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Natural Floral Water

Manufacturer of a wide range of products which include Lemongrass Hydrosol (Pure) Floral Water, Angelica Absolute Oil, Amber Absolute Oil, Ambrette Absolute Oil, Chamomile German Hydrosol (Pure) Oil and Champa (Mangolia) Hydrosol (Pure).

Lemongrass Hydrosol (Pure) Floral Water
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Description

Lemongrass is a fast growing, tall, aromatic perennial grass that grows up to 1.5 metres (4 feet) in height. It is native to Asia, but is now cultivated mostly in the West Indies, Africa, and Tropical Asia

History

Until the advent of Asian cuisines expanded our epicurean horizons Lemongrass used to be wholly unknown in the West. Now we are used to finding it in our Thai curries and appreciate its delicate lemony flavour. In Asia it has long been appreciated, not just as a spice, but also as medicine, to treat feverish conditions and to keep bugs at bay. Lemongrass lends its scent to scores of washing up liquids and other household cleaning agents, though we are usually led to believe that their citrus scent derives from actual lemons. Our noses are fooled by the citrols, the lemony fragrance component common to both. Other parts of the world find more romantic uses for Lemongrass: in the Caribbean an elixir is prepared with Lemongrass as its main component that is supposed to stimulate a dormant in both men and women. In Central Africa it is likewise used as an and has also been used it in divinatory practice.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow to brownish yellow liquid.,

Aroma : Citrus scent.

Constituents

Some of the constituents of Lemongrass include essential oils (including terpineol, myrcene, citral (its most active ingredient), citronellol, geraniol and limonene, among others), alpha-pinene, beta-sitosterol, coumarin, tannin and ursolic acid.

Uses

Lemongrass oil can be used for purification of ritual tools. It can be added to cleansing water to purify a magical or ceremonial space. It is a good oil for meditation as it clears the mind, opens psychic channels and aids concentration. It can be used in divination and scrying practices. Lemongrass is a cheerful, light hearted oil that serves as a reminder to keep things in perspective and not take them too seriously. It energizes any ritual with a gentle lift rather than a punch. It can be used to get in touch with the inner child. As a stimulating it can be included in love potions and philtres.

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Angelica Absolute Oil
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Angelica Absolute Oil

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Description

Angelica Root Essential Oil offered by us is a soft oil which is distilled from the dried roots, rhizome and seeds of Angelica plant utilizing steam distillation extraction method. It is a big fur covered plant with ferny leads & umbels that have a rich, warm as well as spicy aroma which is released as it evaporates. This 100% pure and natural oil helps in treating various ailments and is also popular for aromatherapy applications.

History

Used in the West for perfumery, as a sugared confection in Europe, and as one of the flavouring ingredients in Chartreuse, Benedictine and gin, Angelica has long been used in traditional East Asian medicine, dating back to 400 BCE as one of the first drugs recorded in China. Still used today in Chinese medicine, it is taken as a tonic to improve gynaecological and general health in women.

Color & Aroma

Color : pale yellow to orange brown clear liquid with amber odor,

Aroma : smooth, relaxing

Constituents

Camphene, B-pinene, Sabinene, Limonene, B-phellandrene, Cis-ocimene, Copaene, Bornyl acetate, Terpinen-4-ol, Tridecanolide, Pentadecanolide.

Uses

Angelica Root Essential Oil is well-recognized for effectively treating diverse ailments and diseases. For centuries it has been popular for promoting fertility as well as curing the respiratory and digestive problems. The other various ailments, in which Angelica Root Essential Oil is recommend include accumulation of toxins, bronchitis, coughs, colds, dull & congested skin, gout, fatigue, indigestion, migraine, stress related disorders as well as water retention problems.


Features:

  • Botanical Name Angelica Archangelica
  • Country of Origin China
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 0.85000 - 0.88000 @ 25.00 °C
  • Optical Rotation ( + 10° ) - ( + 25° )
  • Refrective Index 1.46900 - 1.47800 @ 20.00 °C
  • PlantPart Root
  • Bland With Clary sage, Basil. Patchouli, Chamomile, Basil.
  • CAS No 8015-64-3
  • Flash Point 110.00 °F
  • Extraction Method Steam Distillation

 

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Amber Absolute Oil
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Amber Absolute Oil

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Description

Amber is a fossilized tree resin that is well appreciated for its color & natural beauty. It comes in form of a soft, sticky tree resin and used for manufacturing of ornamental objects & jewelry. For getting finished product ‘Amber oil’ it is usually mixed in base of beeswax and combined with other essential oils & carriers.

History

 

Color & Aroma

Color : yellow-orange-brown with a typical resinous odor of coniferous forest,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Communic acid, Labdane, Biformene.

Uses

Amber oil is used for jewelry & ornaments as well as in the flavoring for akvavit . Made through process called destructive distillation, the yielding oil contains succinic acid that can be used in health products.


Features:

  • Botanical Name Pinus Succinefera
  • Country of Origin
  • Solubility Disperses in water and oil, slightly soluble in alcohol and ether
  • Specific Gravity 1.05 - 1.09
  • Optical Rotation -20°C
  • Refrective Index 1.54
  • PlantPart Resin
  • Bland With Organic Patchouli, Jojoba oil and natural Vitamin E
  • CAS No 8000-28-0
  • Flash Point 105°C
  • Extraction Method Steam Distilled

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Ambrette Absolute Oil
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Ambrette Absolute Oil

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Description

Also known by the name of Abelmoschus moschatus, Ambrette is an aromatic & medicinal plant, which is a native to India from Malvaceae family. Rich in linoleic acid, its seeds have sweet, flowery as well as heavy fragrance that is similar to musk it finds application in luxury perfumery, cosmetic products as well as in form of an additive in .

History

Ambrette oil derives from the seeds of a type of Hibiscus that is common in India and the Middle East, where they are also used as a spice. In Arab countries, the seeds are sometimes added to coffee. Ambrette Seed, sometimes known as Musk Mallow, has a warm flowery scent, resembling that of true musk, which is an animal product extracted from the glands of the musk deer. Thankfully, the sale of true musk has successfully been restrained, saving the deer from extinction. Ambrette Seed is used as a substitute in perfumery and cosmetics. The sensuous aroma has long been valued for its qualities.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale Yellow with a distinct or brandy like odor,

Aroma : Rare and precious

Constituents

Phosphatidylserine, a-cephalin, its plasmalogen and phosphatidylcholine plasmalogen.

Uses

It is used in Luxury perfumery, Cosmetic products, also an additive in , Baked products, Aromatherapy products and Sweets. Blending well with Neroli, Rose, Sandalwood, Ambrette seed oil and others, it also finds application in Alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks and Incense sticks (Agarbatti).

 

Features:

  • Botanical Name Abelmoschus Maschatus Medik
  • Country of Origin India,Egypt,china
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 0.89800 - 0.90000 @ 25.00 °C
  • Optical Rotation 4.5.º
  • Refrective Index 1.47000-1.47500 @ 20.00 °C
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Clary Sage, Cypress, Neroli, Rose, Sandalwood and Ambrette seed oil.
  • CAS No 84455-19-6
  • Flash Point 188.00 °F
  • Extraction Method Steam Distillation process

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Chamomile German Hydrosol (Pure) Oil
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Description

The Chamomile German plant is an annual, reaching up to 60cm in height. From May to August it flowers, sporting top-heavy flower heads with a fragrance similar to apples.

History

Derived from the Greek word meaning 'ground apple' and the Latin word 'nobilis', referring to a noble flower, it certainly is a plant of many uses. To the Egyptians it was a herb dedicated to the sun to cure fevers and to the moon for its cooling ability.

Color & Aroma

Color : Deep blue to bluish green liquid,

Aroma : Chamomile German Essential Oil has a sweet, straw-like fragrance.

Constituents

Bisabolol, Azulene

Uses

The therapeutic properties of Chamomile German Oil include: analgesic, anti-spasmodic, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, emmenagogue, digestive, hepatic and vulnerary. German Chamomile contains azulene, a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. This blue crystal is not actually present in the plant, but forms in the oil and only a small quantity is needed. The quality is generally graded by the azulene content and good quality oil should contain between 4.5 - 5%. It is this azulene that gives the oil a deep blue color.

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Matricaria chamomilla
  • Country of Origin     France
  • Solubility     Not applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.920 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.3730-1.3760
  • Refrective Index     0.917 TO 0.947
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     Not applicable
  • Flash Point     Not applicable
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Champa (Mangolia) Hydrosol (Pure)
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Description

Champaca is a subtropical tree that has beautiful and deep fragrance flowers. These flowers are widely used for the making of expensive perfume. Further, these are valued for their antioxidant moderate effect character. Dark olive yellow to brown little viscous liquid, these flowers are very beneficial.

History

Originated in India, champaca flower is considered to be quiet holy for Indians. It was unknown to the western world for a long time but at present it used in western countries for making perfume.

Color & Aroma

Color : Vibrant red/White viscous liquid with exotic scents (color depends upon type of flower planted),

Aroma : Subtle, gentle, fragrant aroma

Constituents

5% Magnolol, 2% Honokiol

Uses

these are used for aroma lamp, bath, diffuser, inhaler, light bulb ring

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Dianthus caryophyllus
  • Country of Origin     South-East Asia
  • Solubility     N/A
  • Specific Gravity     0.920 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.3110-1.1160
  • Refrective Index     0.815 TO 0.847
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     ylang-ylang, petigrain, patchouli, sandalwood, spices, rose, floral and oriental bases and most other oils.
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Extraction methods

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Cinnamomum Zeylanicum
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Description

Cinnamomum zeylanicum originates from the island Sri Lanka (formerly called Ceylon), southeast of India. It is a tropical evergreen tree of the laurel family growing up to 15m (45 feet) in the wild. The Cinnamon Ceylon tree has a very thin smooth bark, with a light yellowish brown color and a highly fragrant odor.

History

The medicinal use of Cinnamon was first recorded in Chinese formulations as early as 2700 B.C. The herb has been used as a healing aid for stomach upset and gas, diarrhea, rheumatism, kidney ailments, and abdominal pain. The Egyptians used it as a foot massage, as well as a remedy for excessive bile. It was used as an ingredient of mulled wines, love potions and a during birthing.

Color & Aroma

Color : Orange,

Aroma : Warm, spicy scent that is somewhere between clove and cinnamon.

Constituents

Cinnamic aldehyde or cinnamaldehyde, ethyl cinnamate, eugenol, linalool, beta-caryophyllene and methyl chavicol.

Uses

The traditional use of Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil is highly respected, because of the antiseptic and antimicrobial properties of the oil. It has been used to treat diarrhea and other problems of the digestive system. With its pleasant scent, it has been considered to be a perfect additive to creams, lotions, and soaps. From a spiritual perspective, it is believed to have a warming and uplifting characteristic.

 Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Cinnamomum zeylanicum
  • Country of Origin     Sri Lanka
  • Solubility     Water soluble
  • Specific Gravity     1.045 to 1.063
  • Optical Rotation     +1° to - 2°
  • Refrective Index     +1.5290 to 1.5370
  • PlantPart     Bark
  • Bland With     Frankincense, Lavender, Cedarwood, Orange, Lemon, Neroli, Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8007-80-5
  • Flash Point     200F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Clary Sage Floral Water
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Clary Sage Floral Water

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Description

Clary Sage is a short biennial or perennial herb that grows up to 1 meter in height (approximately 3 feet). It has large, hairy leaves with small bluish-purple flowers

History

Clary Sage, is closely related to common Garden Sage, but as an essential oil proves much less toxic and is thus preferred. Its modern name is a corruption of its old name 'Clear Eye', which reveals its highly esteemed use as an eye remedy. The seeds were placed in water until they developed a mucilaginous coating. Thus prepared they were placed in the eye in order to 'catch' any stray particles of dust and thus clear the vision. Today, sometimes an infusion is used for the same purpose, but the seeds work better. It also had quite a reputation as a mind altering herb. In Britain in particular it was often used for brewing ale, imparting that extra punch, which apparently made it 'fit to please drunkards, who thereby, according to their several dispositions, become either dead drunke, or foolish drunke, or madde drunke.' This drunken stupor was followed by a mighty hangover and headache. In Germany it was mixed with Elderflowers to adulterate  , which thereby gained a flavour not unlike Muscatel  . The German name 'Muskateller Salbei' still serves as a reminder of this dubious use.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to pale yellow clear,

Aroma : Nutty and herbaceous

Constituents

linalyl acetate, linalol, pinene, myrcene, saponine and phellandrene.

Uses

Magically, Clary Sage is associated with vision. It is used to clear not only the physical eye, but also the third eye of the clairvoyant prior to channelling or divination. It lifts the spirit and helps detachment from emotionally difficult or painful situations. With emotional distance one gains a better perspective. It can be an aid to enter trance and or to induce euphoria, which is why it is also sometimes used as an .


 Features:

  • Botanical Name     Salvia sclarea
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.4170-1.4260
  • Refrective Index     0.815 TO 0.847
  • PlantPart     Leaves and Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Cedarwood, Chamomile German, Chamomile Roman, Geranium, Jasmine, Lavender, Neroli, Orange, Rosewood, Sandalwood and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

 

 

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Clove Hydrosol (Pure) Oil
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Clove Bud Essential Oil is derived from the tree Syzgium aromaticum plant. It is a slender evergreen that grows up to 12 meters in height (approximately 36 feet). At the start of the rainy season, long buds appear. They change color over time and are beaten from the trees and dried. These are the cloves sold commercially.

History

'Flower of the Gods' is what Cloves are called in Asia. At home in the Spice Isl ands and the Philippines, Cloves have long been known and used in the West. They arrived via the old spice routes and were sold in the Arab markets until 16th century, when Portuguese explorers discovered their true origin. Wars were waged over the dominion of the islands - the tropical climate produced an abundance of wonderfully exotic spices and Europeans were crazy for them: Cloves, Nutmeg and Cinnamon were among the most precious substances of commerce in those days, and a man's fortune could be made or lost depending on the outcome of their adventures in the East. The name 'Cloves' actually derives from the Latin'clavus', meaning little nail, which survives in the Dutch name 'Kruidnagel' - Herbnail. In Asia, garlands of Clove flowers are placed around children's necks for protection. It keeps evil spirits away and protects against nasty gossip. In Indonesia, one of the traditional growing areas, Cloves are not so much used as a culinary spice, but as a flavouring agent for  . They are also commonly used as an incense ingredient. The Chinese not only use it as a spice as an ingredient in their famous 5 spice mixture, but also as medicine. In western cuisines it is mostly associated with Christmas baking, mulled  and apple spice. When the plague raged through Europe, Cloves were highly valued. Their anti-septic properties probably saved quite a few souls. Today, Cloves are mostly known for their insect repellent properties and their usefulness as a local anaesthetic, particularly in the treatment of toothache.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to pale yellow clear,

Aroma : Spicy and rich smell like actual cloves.

Constituents

Eugenol comprises 72-90% of the essential oil extracted from cloves, and is the compound most responsible for the cloves' aroma. Other important essential oil constituents of clove oil include acetyl eugenol, beta-caryophyllene and vanillin; crategolic acid, tannins, gallotannic acid, methyl salicylate (painkiller); the flavonoids eugenin, kaempferol, rhamnetin, and eugenitin, triterpenoids like oleanolic acid, stigmasterol and campesterol; and several sesquiterpenes

Uses

The scent is invigorating and punchy and can be used to boost energy levels or to add extra potency to incense blends or ritual cups. Beware though, of its  powers! It is commonly used in love philtres and potions or carried in the pocket to attract a lover. Cloves offer protection and ward off evil spirits and jealousy. They also make a very potent ritual cleanse. Sometimes they are used for prosperity magic.

 Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Syzgium aromaticum
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.2730-1.2760
  • Refrective Index     0.915 TO 0.947
  • PlantPart     Buds
  • Bland With     Blends well with other spice oils including Cinnamon Bark, Nutmeg, Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Rose.
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Hydro Distillation

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Cypress Hydrosol (Pure)
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Cypress Hydrosol (Pure)

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Description

Cypress Australian is a slow-growing tree native to Australian. The compact, neat tree, with blue-green foliage reaches heights of 75 feet, and its branches can spread up to 30 feet at the base

History

Like dark, serene guardians of the threshold, rows of pencil-straight cypresses are often planted near cemeteries to keep watch over the entrance to the Otherworld. Cypresses have always been associated with death and mourning, but also with the eternal life of the soul. Greek mythology tells the tale of the young boy Cyparissos, a special friend of Apollo, who rode a beautiful sacred stag. One day he accidentally killed the animal with his own spear. Devastated, he longed for nothing more than to be allowed to die so he could be reunited with his stag in the Otherworld. Apollo tried to console him, but in vain. Wanting to honour his friend's wishes, he changed him into a cypress. And so, the cypress became the symbol of grief and mourning. Cypresses are planted on graves as a symbol of remembrance. Their 'gestalt' expresses not so much gloominess, as serene composure and concentration.

Color & Aroma

Color : Very pale yellow to golden yello,

Aroma : Cypress oil has a woody, slightly spicy and refreshing masculine smell.

Constituents

Not applicable

Uses

Cypress can be used in rites of passage, funerals or ceremonies of remembrance. It is protective and dispels evil energies. It can be used for grounding and as an aid for concentration and self-discipline. It can assist spiritual understanding of the laws of existence and the cycles of time. It helps the soul to heal the emotional wounds of separation and to let go of the ties that bind.

 

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Cupressus sempervirens
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.3730-1.3760
  • Refrective Index     Not applicable
  • PlantPart     Needles and Twigs
  • Bland With     Lavender, Tea Tree, Lemon Myrtle and Geranium, Cedarwood, Pine, Orange, Sandalwood, Clary Sage, Juniper, Rose, Jasmine, and Cardamom
  • CAS No     Not applicable
  • Flash Point     Not applicable
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Aniseed Floral Water
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Description

Aniseeed Floral Water has a liquorice flavour and is used as flavour agent in confectionary industry especially for cakes and cookies. Tastes like black liquorice, it has a distinctive flavour, a few drops can be used in place of ground/ whole anise seed in vegetables. The Anise Oil is also pesticide free, gently crushed & steam distilled once, thus delivering in it a delicately sweet, licorice like aroma.

History

Revered by ancient civilizations, particularly in the Middle East, Aniseed has long been used in cooking and in bread-making. The Romans hailed it as an aphrodisiac, and in India, the seeds are still chewed to sweeten the breath. It is widely used as a spice in cooking, and as an ingredient in toothpastes and mouthwashes. Aniseed oil is very popular amongst soap-makers because the fresh spicy scent eliminates the smell of onions and fish on the hands when used by cooks, and masks the odor of humans when used by fishermen and hunters

Color & Aroma

Color : Clear to slightly hazy liquid with Characteristic of aniseed scent,

Aroma : This oil has a liquorice-like smell

Constituents

It has trans-anethole that makes up to 90% of the oil. Other components of taste & smell of anise include anise aldehyde, estragol (iso-anethole), anise alcohol, pinene, limonene, p-methoxy-acetophenone and gamma-himachalene (2%).

Uses

It is a aromatherapy quality, additive free, undiluted therapeutic Essential Oil. The pure extract can be used for adding flavour to candies, specialty dishes, beverages, baked goods and desserts. Its distinctive taste like black liquorice also makes it work great in cakes & cookies, vegetable dishes and in lamb & stews.

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Illicium verum
  • Country of Origin     Australia
  • Solubility     Soluble in ethyl alcohol & water
  • Specific Gravity     0.970 - 1.030 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.4230-1.4260
  • Refrective Index     1.5510
  • PlantPart     Fruits and seeds
  • Bland With     Sweet Almond oil, Wood Oils: Cedarwood; Flower Oils: Lavender, Chamomile, Rose, Neroli, Geranium; Peel Oils: Orange, Lime; Herb Oils: Rosemary, Peppermint; Leaf/Cone/Needle Oils: Tea Tree, Petitgrain, Cypress; Seed Oils: Nutmeg, Sweet Fennel
  • CAS No     7732-18-5
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Cardamom Hydrosol (Pure) Oil
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Description

Cardamom herb or cumin cardamom is also known as Queen of spices and its extract can be used as a replacement for vanilla extract in varied applications including cookies, cakes and ice creams. The extract is colourless, sugar & gluten-free and is used for aromatic applications, as a digestive system tonic and in aroma therapy.

History

A classic oriental spice of the ginger family, Cardamom is valued as a carminative culinary herb that relieves griping pains, intestinal cramps and flatulence. The seeds can be chewed to sweeten the breath. Cardamom is an essential ingredient of Chai, a spiced tea popular in India that is reputed for its warming andproperties. In Middle Eastern tradition too, it is associated with love potions and is frequently mentioned in the tales of the Arabian nights. In Greek mythology Medea and her daughters are said to have used it in their charms and potions. In Greece, Turkey and many parts of the Arab world it is added to coffee and baked into bread. It has also become a very important spice in Scandinavian cuisine where it is not only added to sweets, but meats as well.

Color : Pale yellow,

Aroma : Cardamom Essential Oil is sweet, spicy and almost balsamic in fragrance.

Constituents

myrcene (27%), a-terpineol (45%), limonene (8%), b-phellandrene (3%), menthone (6%), 1,8-cineol (2%), smaller amounts of heptanes and sabinene (2%).

Uses

Cardamom medicinal uses range from relieving stomach dyspepsia, increasing appetite, soothing the mucus membranes, relieving gas and heartburn, and eliminating bad breath. Cardamom extract also contains volatile oils that provide health benefits like in aiding digestion & improving metabolism. For its aromatic fragrance it is also used for flavoring foods as well as in aroma therapy.

Features:

 

Botanical NameEllettaria Cardamomum
Country of OriginIndia and Sri Lanka
SolubilitySoluble in alcohol and other organics solvents and insoluble in water.
Specific Gravity0.917 TO 0.947
Optical Rotation1.4630-1.4660
Refrective Index0.917 TO 0.947
PlantPartSeeds
Bland WithIt blends well with alcohol, water and cardamom oil.
CAS No800-66-6
Flash PointN/A
Extraction MethodSteam Distillation

 

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Cedarwood Himalayan Oil
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Description

Cedarwood Himalayan extract is taken from the wood part of the tall, evergreen tree found in the Indian Himalayan Plateau. Having color from pale yellow to green, it has a dry-woody aroma and is slightly camphoraceous, smoky & balsamic. Steam distilled, Cedarwood Himalayan extract also has a very subtle aroma with a hint of spice.

History

The ancient Egyptians prized this oil, mostly for embalming purposes, but also for cosmetics and perfumery, and Solomon's Temple was built with Cedar Wood. Cedar chests have always been used to store woolen articles and protect them from the larvae of clothes moths. Today, numerous herbal and pet shampoos and natural insect repellents contain Cedarwood Oil as an active ingredient.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to green with a dry - woody aroma, slightly camphoraceous, smoky, balsamic,

Aroma : Cedarwood Himalayan has a dry woody aroma, slightly camphoraceous, smoky, balsamic, very subtle with a hint of spice

Constituents

beta-Himachalene, gamma-Himachalene, alpha-Himachalene, Sesquiterpene hydrocarbons, Sesquiterpenes

Uses

It is well recognized for its aromatic qualities and used as antiseptic, antiseborrheic, anti putrescent, aphrodesiac, diuretic, astringent, expectorant, mucilytic, fungicidal, (nervous), tonic and stimulant (circulatory). It also has insecticidal & antifungal properties and helps in controlling fungal deterioration of spices during storage.

 Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Cedrus deodara
  • Country of Origin     Himalayan plateau
  • Solubility     Water soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.97200 to 0.98300
  • Optical Rotation     +48¢ª to +75¢ª
  • Refrective Index     1.508 to 1.580
  • PlantPart     wood
  • Bland With     It works well with Chamomile, Rosemary and Eucalyptus.
  • CAS No     68991-36-6
  • Flash Point     197.00 ¡ÆF
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Chamomile Blue Hydrosol ( Pure)
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Description

The Chamomile German plant is an annual, reaching up to 60cm in height. From May to August it flowers, sporting top-heavy flower heads with a fragrance similar to apples

History

There has been much confusion over Roman (English) and German (Blue) Chamomile. German (Blue) Chamomile is the more powerful oil for healing purposes and was well known and widely used in the ancient world. The Egyptians used it not just to treat ague, which is to say 'fever', (probably malaria), but also in their cosmetic potions and even in the sacred embalming oil. The Greeks also made ample use of it and it was one of Asclepiades favourite healing herbs. The name 'Matricaria' points to its usefulness for female troubles. It has often been called 'a mother's herb' as it is not only a stand-by remedy for numerous troubles mothers have to soothe, but it also soothes mothers' nerves.

Color & Aroma

Color : deep blue to bluish green clear liquid with herbal odor,

Aroma : Strong, warm, sweet herbaceous

Constituents

Not applicable

Uses

The magical uses for German Chamomile are much the same as for Roman Chamomile, except that German Chamomile is somewhat stronger.

 Features:


  • Botanical Name     Matricaria Recutica
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity     0.91300 to 0.95300 @ 25.00 °C.
  • Optical Rotation     1.4820-1.4860
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8002-66-2
  • Flash Point     125.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Hydro Distillation

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Cedarleaf (Thuja) Floral Water
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Cedar Leaf or Thuja as it is known as a 100% pure & undiluted essential oil and is known by the botanical name of Thuja occidentalis. It has an intensely sharp & fresh scent like woody camphor. Steam distilled, it is available in colors from colourless to pale greenish yellow.

History

The sacred Cedars of Lebanon and the Atlas Mountains became victim of their own popularity a long time ago. The decimation started in pre-Biblical times and still continues. At one time these grand forests of lofty Cedars must have been overwhelming in their awe-inspiring beauty. Lebanon and Atlas Cedars are large, regal trees that can live up to 2000 years. But despite their sacredness they were not protected: King Solomon ordered vast tracks to be cut down for the construction of his temple and palace and even long before his time, the Gilgamesh epic tells the story of another misguided adventurer, who abused the majestic trees for his own glory. Although he failed on account of the glory, he managed to decimate the wonderful forests. Subsequent grazing by farm animals have prevented the forest's recovery and today little of it remains in tact. A similar fate is in store for Atlas Cedar, which became the substitute for Lebanon Cedar and which at present is becoming threatened in its own habitat.


Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless clear liquid with Characteristic thuja odor,

Aroma : It has a woody aroma with some camphoraceous smell.

Constituents

Pinene, thujone (toxic), caryophyllene, tannin, pinipicrin and resin.

Uses

Cedar leaf oil finds extensive usage in pharmaceutical products due to its therapeutic properties. Further, as it has pleasing aromatic properties, it is also used in perfumes, cosmetics, toiletries, soaps & detergents.

 Features:


  • Botanical Name     Juniperus sabina
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.4730-1.4760
  • Refrective Index     Not applicable
  • PlantPart     Leaves
  • Bland With     It blends well with Armoise, Citrus Oils, Cedarwood, Lavender, Pine Needle.
  • CAS No     8007-20-3
  • Flash Point     Not applicable
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation process 

 

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Description

Cedarwood Himalayan extract is taken from the wood part of the tall, evergreen tree found in the Indian Himalayan Plateau. Having color from pale yellow to green, it has a dry-woody aroma and is slightly camphoraceous, smoky & balsamic. Steam distilled, Cedarwood Himalayan extract also has a very subtle aroma with a hint of spice.

History

The ancient Egyptians prized this oil, mostly for embalming purposes, but also for cosmetics and perfumery, and Solomon's Temple was built with Cedar Wood. Cedar chests have always been used to store woolen articles and protect them from the larvae of clothes moths. Today, numerous herbal and pet shampoos and natural insect repellents contain Cedarwood Oil as an active ingredient.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to green with a dry - woody aroma, slightly camphoraceous, smoky, balsamic,

Aroma : Cedarwood Himalayan has a dry woody aroma, slightly camphoraceous, smoky, balsamic, very subtle with a hint of spice

Constituents

beta-Himachalene, gamma-Himachalene, alpha-Himachalene, Sesquiterpene hydrocarbons, Sesquiterpenes

Uses

It is well recognized for its aromatic qualities and used as antiseptic, antiseborrheic, anti putrescent, aphrodesiac, diuretic, astringent, expectorant, mucilytic, fungicidal, (nervous), tonic and stimulant (circulatory). It also has insecticidal & antifungal properties and helps in controlling fungal deterioration of spices during storage.

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Cedrus deodara
  • Country of Origin     Himalayan plateau
  • Solubility     Water soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.97200 to 0.98300
  • Optical Rotation     +48¢ª to +75¢ª
  • Refrective Index     1.508 to 1.580
  • PlantPart     wood
  • Bland With     It works well with Chamomile, Rosemary and Eucalyptus.
  • CAS No     68991-36-6
  • Flash Point     197.00 ¡ÆF
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

 

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Chamomile Blue Hydrosol ( Pure) Floral Water
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Description

The Chamomile German plant is an annual, reaching up to 60cm in height. From May to August it flowers, sporting top-heavy flower heads with a fragrance similar to apples

History

There has been much confusion over Roman (English) and German (Blue) Chamomile. German (Blue) Chamomile is the more powerful oil for healing purposes and was well known and widely used in the ancient world. The Egyptians used it not just to treat ague, which is to say 'fever', (probably malaria), but also in their cosmetic potions and even in the sacred embalming oil. The Greeks also made ample use of it and it was one of Asclepiades favourite healing herbs. The name 'Matricaria' points to its usefulness for female troubles. It has often been called 'a mother's herb' as it is not only a stand-by remedy for numerous troubles mothers have to soothe, but it also soothes mothers' nerves.

Color & Aroma

Color : deep blue to bluish green clear liquid with herbal odor,

Aroma : Strong, warm, sweet herbaceous

Constituents

Not applicable

Uses

The magical uses for German Chamomile are much the same as for Roman Chamomile, except that German Chamomile is somewhat stronger.

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Matricaria Recutica
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity     0.91300 to 0.95300 @ 25.00 °C.
  • Optical Rotation     1.4820-1.4860
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8002-66-2
  • Flash Point     125.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Hydro Distillation

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Cedarleaf (Thuja) Floral Water
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Description

Cedar Leaf or Thuja as it is known as a 100% pure & undiluted essential oil and is known by the botanical name of Thuja occidentalis. It has an intensely sharp & fresh scent like woody camphor. Steam distilled, it is available in colors from colourless to pale greenish yellow.

History

The sacred Cedars of Lebanon and the Atlas Mountains became victim of their own popularity a long time ago. The decimation started in pre-Biblical times and still continues. At one time these grand forests of lofty Cedars must have been overwhelming in their awe-inspiring beauty. Lebanon and Atlas Cedars are large, regal trees that can live up to 2000 years. But despite their sacredness they were not protected: King Solomon ordered vast tracks to be cut down for the construction of his temple and palace and even long before his time, the Gilgamesh epic tells the story of another misguided adventurer, who abused the majestic trees for his own glory. Although he failed on account of the glory, he managed to decimate the wonderful forests. Subsequent grazing by farm animals have prevented the forest's recovery and today little of it remains in tact. A similar fate is in store for Atlas Cedar, which became the substitute for Lebanon Cedar and which at present is becoming threatened in its own habitat.

 

Features:

Botanical NameJuniperus sabina
Country of OriginCanada
SolubilityInsoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
Specific Gravity0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
Optical Rotation1.4730-1.4760
Refrective IndexNot applicable
PlantPartLeaves
Bland WithIt blends well with Armoise, Citrus Oils, Cedarwood, Lavender, Pine Needle.
CAS No8007-20-3
Flash PointNot applicable
Extraction MethodSteam Distillation process

 

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless clear liquid with Characteristic thuja odor,

Aroma : It has a woody aroma with some camphoraceous smell.

Constituents

Pinene, thujone (toxic), caryophyllene, tannin, pinipicrin and resin.

Uses

Cedar leaf oil finds extensive usage in pharmaceutical products due to its therapeutic properties. Further, as it has pleasing aromatic properties, it is also used in perfumes, cosmetics, toiletries, soaps & detergents.

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Description

Aniseeed Floral Water has a liquorice flavour and is used as flavour agent in confectionary industry especially for cakes and cookies. Tastes like black liquorice, it has a distinctive flavour, a few drops can be used in place of ground/ whole anise seed in vegetables. The Anise Oil is also pesticide free, gently crushed & steam distilled once, thus delivering in it a delicately sweet, licorice like aroma.

History

Revered by ancient civilizations, particularly in the Middle East, Aniseed has long been used in cooking and in bread-making. The Romans hailed it as an aphrodisiac, and in India, the seeds are still chewed to sweeten the breath. It is widely used as a spice in cooking, and as an ingredient in toothpastes and mouthwashes. Aniseed oil is very popular amongst soap-makers because the fresh spicy scent eliminates the smell of onions and fish on the hands when used by cooks, and masks the odor of humans when used by fishermen and hunters

Color & Aroma

Color : Clear to slightly hazy liquid with Characteristic of aniseed scent,

Aroma : This oil has a liquorice-like smell

Constituents

It has trans-anethole that makes up to 90% of the oil. Other components of taste & smell of anise include anise aldehyde, estragol (iso-anethole), anise alcohol, pinene, limonene, p-methoxy-acetophenone and gamma-himachalene (2%).

Uses

It is a aromatherapy quality, additive free, undiluted therapeutic Essential Oil. The pure extract can be used for adding flavour to candies, specialty dishes, beverages, baked goods and desserts. Its distinctive taste like black liquorice also makes it work great in cakes & cookies, vegetable dishes and in lamb & stews.

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Illicium verum
  • Country of Origin     Australia
  • Solubility     Soluble in ethyl alcohol & water
  • Specific Gravity     0.970 - 1.030 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.4230-1.4260
  • Refrective Index     1.5510
  • PlantPart     Fruits and seeds
  • Bland With     Sweet Almond oil, Wood Oils: Cedarwood; Flower Oils: Lavender, Chamomile, Rose, Neroli, Geranium; Peel Oils: Orange, Lime; Herb Oils: Rosemary, Peppermint; Leaf/Cone/Needle Oils: Tea Tree, Petitgrain, Cypress; Seed Oils: Nutmeg, Sweet Fennel
  • CAS No     7732-18-5
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Eucalyptus Hydrosol Floral Water
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Description

The Eucalyptus tree is a beautiful tall evergreen that can grow up to 90 meters high (270 feet). The young trees have oval bluish-green leaves while the mature trees develop long, narrow, yellowish leaves, creamy-white flowers and a smooth, pale grey bark

History

Eucalyptus is among the best known and most commonly used oils in aromatherapy. The trees are native to Australia, where it grows in forest communities. Eucalyptus trees grow very tall and to walk through such a forest with trees of over 100m towering above is a magical feeling. As the sun heats up the oils in the leaves are released and perfume the air with a fresh, sweet, aromatic scent. Unfortunately, it is impossible to capture this complex aroma in a bottle and the camphor-like scent of the essential oil is rather less sensuous. There are differences though, depending on which species of Eucalyptus the oil derives from. Our oil is distilled from Eucalyptus radiate, which is milder than the more commonly available, but rather harsh Eucalyptus globulus oil. Eucalyptus is powerfully anti-bacterial and very cleansing, which is why it is included in so many cold remedies, lozenges and chest rubs. Studies have shown that diffused in a room, Eucalyptus oil kills about 70% of airborne Staphylococci bacteria. The native people of Australia use Eucalyptus to treat wounds and to relieve fever. The European immigrants soon learned its value from the natives, and today Eucalyptus reputations as a panacea has spread far beyond Australia.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to pale yellow liquid.,

Aroma : Eucalyptus essential oil has a soothing woody scent.

Constituents

a-pinene (10 to 25%), 1,8-cineole (50 to 70%), p-cymene, limonene.

Uses

Eucalyptus is excellent for purification of ritual tools and ceremonial spaces. It can be used in healing rituals to banish the demons of disease and to purify the sick room. It is a cooling and calming oil, which clears all negative energies and cleanses the atmosphere. Good for clearing the air after an argument.

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Eucalyptus globules.
  • Country of Origin     Portugal
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.2730-1.2760
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Leaves
  • Bland With     Basil, Cajeput, Cedarwood, Citronella, Ginger, Lavender, Lemon, Myrtle, Frankincense, Spearmint and Tea Tree
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Fennel Sweet Floral Water
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Description

Fennel is a perennial herb up to 2 meters high with feathery leaves and golden yellow flowers.

History

Who would have thought that the lowly Fennel played a pivotal role in the evolution of human consciousness' According to mythology, Prometheus is said to have carried the sacred fire from Olympus back to earth, hiding the glimmering embers inside a Fennel stalk. Fennel is also associated with the rites of Dionysus and his magic staff. Known as 'Thyros-staff', it consisted of a Fennel stalk tipped with a pine cone, which served as a symbol of fertility at his sacred rites. Pliny was most impressed by the way snakes use Fennel to cure any injuries to their eyes and to help them shed their skins. Fennel was also imbued with magical powers of protection, and twigs of it were hung over doors to protect the inhabitants against witches and demons. Fennel is considered a traditional midsummer herb. Some ascribe properties to it. The Roman army used Fennel seeds to curb hunger on long marches and to impart courage on their men. Fennel's reputation as a slimming herb that suppresses hunger pangs was still current in the 17th century, when William Coles wrote 'both the seeds, leaves and root of our Garden Fennel are much used in drinks and broths for those that are grown fat, to abate their unwieldiness and cause them to grow more gaunt and lank.' Fennel contains anethols and should be avoided by epileptics. Large doses can be toxic to the liver.

Color & Aroma

Color : Clear to pale yellow liquid.,

Aroma : Spicy, woodsy scent.

Constituents

Limonene, a-pinene, trans-anethole (70 to 90%), methyl chavicol.

Uses

Magically, Fennel is very versatile. It is very suitable for initiation rites as it may also help the initiate to shed his old skin and see with new eyes, and hopefully gleam the cosmic fire within. It also protects the novice and bestows courage. Fennel is great for students as it aids their memory. It is associated with longevity and fertility. It may be used in hand-fasting unions, not just as an , but also as a reminder that a union undergoes constant renewal and that only by shedding our skins from time to time can grow and keep love young.

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name Foeniculum vulgare amara
  • Country of Origin Canada
  • Solubility Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation 1.2630-1.2660
  • Refrective Index 1.505 - 1.532
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Bergamot, Lavender, Frankincense and Rose.
  • CAS No 8006-84-6
  • Flash Point 60°C
  • Extraction Method Steam Distillation

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Frankincense Hydrosol Floral Water
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Description

The Frankincense tree originates from the Middle East, and is small with abundant pinnacle leaves. The flowers are white or pale pink. Frankincense resin begins as a milky-white sticky liquid that flows from the trunk of the tree when it's cut, healing the wound. The resin is then distilled producing the precious oil.

History

No resin is as widely used for ceremonial and ritual purposes as Frankincense. In the ancient world it played a significant economic role. Damascus, which was the centre of Frankincense trade, was built and significantly embellished by the profits gained from incense trade. At that time, Frankincense was valued higher than gold. According to Pliny, it took 62 days to travel the length of the Incense Route from the Dead Sea to Jerusalem, a journey fraud with peril, but also a very lucrative adventure. Unfortunately, things that are lucrative quickly become corrupt, and thus it is the sad truth that even before the birth of Christ traders adulterated Frankincense with other gums and resins. Frankincense was burned in great quantities at every sacred occasion, though in Rome it was used for secular ceremonies as well. Even to this day, Frankincense is the by far most widely used incense, since the Roman Catholic Church burns little else. But Frankincense was not just used for its spiritual qualities; it was also valued as a cosmetic ingredient and as medicine.

Color : Colorless to pale yellow clear,

Aroma : Earthy scent or ground aroma

Constituents: a-Thujene: 61.4%

Uses:

Frankincense opens the heart chakra and attunes the mind to the highest spiritual vibrations - it exudes sacredness. It is used for consecration and as an offering to the Gods. An excellent oil for meditation and contemplation of spiritual love and wisdom. Frankincense banishes negative energies and demons. It can be used for purification and protection, especially in ceremonial or ritual settings. It aids study, particularly of spiritual or philosophical matters, and is useful for all kinds of healing rituals.

 

Features:

  • Botanical Name Boswellia Frereana
  • Country of Origin Oman
  • Solubility Water soluble
  • Specific Gravity 0.872 to 0.892
  • Optical Rotation —17° to +35 °
  • Refrective Index 1.471 to 1.482
  • PlantPart Resin
  • Bland With Basil, Bergamot, Cardamom, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Cinnamon Bark, Clary Sage, Coriander, Geranium, Ginger, Myrrh and
  • CAS No N/A
  • Flash Point N/A
  • Extraction Method Steam Distillation

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Geranium Hydrosol Floral Water
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Description

Geranium Egyptian plant is a hairy perennial shrub, often used in hedgerows, and will stand up to about one meter high (3 feet) with pointed leaves, serrated at the edges and pinkish-white flowers. The leaves are used to produce the concrete, and the oil is obtained through food grade solvent extraction

History

There are about 700 species of Geraniums, many of which have become very popular as decorative, scented house and garden plants. Only about 10 of all those varieties are used for essential oil production. In Africa, Geraniums are often planted around the house for protection, particularly against snakes. According to legend, the prophet Muhammad imbued the Geranium with its lovely scent, when one day he passed by a humble weed on his way down from the mountain. He took a moment to rest and hung his sweaty shirt on the herb. The Geranium held it up to the sun until it was dry, which pleased the prophet so much that he covered it in beautifully scented flowers. Geranium oil has become one of the most widely used oils in Aromatherapy; its overall effect is described as 'balancing'.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellowish brown,

Aroma : It is often confused with rose oil due to its rose-like fragrance.

Constituents

(7 to 20%), linalool (5 to 15%), citronellol (20 to 40%), menthone, 10-epi-eudesmol (Egypt, Morocco, Algeria), geranyl formate, guaiadiene-6,9 (China).

Uses

Geranium can be used for chakra balancing, to restore the equilibrium between male and female energies. It dispels the demons of doom and gloom and can help to overcome apprehension. It is used in dream work and astral travel. Geranium helps the mind to focus and centre at times when it is overwhelmed with pressure and the sense of 'too much on my mind'. Geranium helps switching gears so one can take a moment to appreciate and smell the flowers on the way.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Pelargonium graveolens
  • Country of Origin     Egypt
  • Solubility     water soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.920 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.5730-1.5760
  • Refrective Index     1.505 - 1.532
  • PlantPart     Leaves
  • Bland With     Basil, Bergamot, Citronella, Clary Sage, Fennel, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Neroli and Nutmeg.
  • CAS No     9082-51-2
  • Flash Point     60°C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation process

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Hedychium Floral Water
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Description

It is an annual herb with horizontal root-stock and tubesous root fibres, leaves are 30 cms or at times more than that in length. Flowers ascending and densed and of yellow in color. Inflorescene is spiked. Capsule is globose. The rhizomes are aromatic with bitter camphorous taste.

History

Traditionally, an extraction of the root is used in ayurdevic medicine as an anti-nausea agent. Research indicates that the oil has a slightly tranquilizing action, as well.

Color & Aroma

Color : Clear brown,

Aroma : Not applicable

Constituents

terpinen-4-ol (40.5%) , sabinene (9.9%), p-cymene (8.5%) , limonene (6.0%), [gamma]-pinene (5.6%) , [alpha]-terpinene (4.5%) , [alpha]-terpineol (2.2%).

Uses

Hydachiem Essential Oil is used in perfumery but also has therapeutic properties such as carminative, stimulant, tonic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and antiasthmatic.

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name    
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in Oils and Fats
  • Specific Gravity     0.955 – 0.975
  • Optical Rotation     +10 - +15
  • Refrective Index     1.4800 - 1.4890
  • PlantPart     Not applicable
  • Bland With     Cajeput, Cedarwood, Cassia, Clary Sage, Lavender , Geranium
  • CAS No     93455-95-9
  • Flash Point     Not applicable
  • Extraction Method     Hydro Distillation

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Description

Found in the Mediterranean area, the Hyssop plant is about 60 cm (2 feet) high and very attractive to bees. It has a woody, hairy stem, small lance-shaped green leaves and purple-blue flowers.

History

In herbal medicine the use of hyssop has fallen out of fashion, though the ancients swore by it. Hyssop is a perennial herb of the mint family, though in northern climes it can be considered as an annual. In Tudor times it was fashionable to grow hyssop as a hedging plant for their knotted gardens. In those days it was much appreciated, as not just as medicine, but also for its fragrance and flavour. It became an important ingredient of Chartreuse and similar herbal liqueurs and is also one of the most important ingredients of 'Eau de Cologne'. But most famously, Hyssop is one of the most frequently mentioned herbs of the Bible, which extols its purifying virtues. However, opinions differ as to the true identity of the biblical Hyssop, as some believe it to be based on mistranslation of the word 'azob' (Greek) or 'azaf' (Arab), both of which simply mean 'Holy Herb'. Heated theological arguments prevail. Meanwhile, other myths spring forth, and it is said that Hyssop was the sacred Herb used to pass the vinegar soaked sponge to Christ at the crucifixion. Whatever the case may be, Hyssop is a powerful and valuable healing plant in its own right, whether or not it is indeed the biblical herb so revered by the ancients. However, epileptics should stay away from this oil and it should also be avoided during pregnancy.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow,

Aroma : Hysoop oil has a warm and sweet smell.

Constituents

ß-Pinene: 13.2% Isopinocamphone: 47.9% Pinocamphon: 12.0%

Uses

Hyssop Essential Oil is known to ease sore throats caused by sinus issues. Some authorities believe it can relieve bronchial spasms and thus might be helpful for asthma attacks. The therapeutic properties of Hyssop Essential Oil are as an anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, cicatrizant, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, nervine, stimulant, a tonic and as a vulnerary agent.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name Hyssopus officinalis
  • Country of Origin India
  • Solubility Insoluble in water, soluble in oils & alcohol
  • Specific Gravity 0.872 (35ºC)
  • Optical Rotation 6º (+)
  • Refrective Index 1.4598 (35ºC)
  • PlantPart Leaves and flowers
  • Bland With Eucalyptus, Ravensara, Niaouli, Cajeput and Myrtle.
  • CAS No 8006-83-5
  • Flash Point 48 °C
  • Extraction Method Steam pressed method

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Jasmine Grandiflorum Hydrosol ( Pure) Oil
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Description

Jasmine Grandiflorum is a beautiful plant; its flowers bloom in the early dawn as opposed to Jasmine Sambac that blooms in the evening.

History

Since ancient times, Jasmine has been referred to as the King of oils (Rose is the Queen). Apparently this is because Jasmine is the most masculine of all the floral oils. It is also interesting to note that it takes 8,000 carefully hand-picked blossoms to produce 1 gram (about 1 ml.) of Jasmine Absolute.

Color & Aroma

Color : Light reddish brown liquid.,

Aroma : Extremely intense floral smell.

Constituents

Benzyl acetate (20%), linalool, benzyl benzoate (20%), methyl jasmonate, phytol.

Uses

Jasmine Grandiflorum Absolute is well respected for its properties. It is a sensual, soothing, calming oil that promotes love and peace.

 Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Jasminum grandiflorum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity     0.920-0.975
  • Optical Rotation     +13 - +2
  • Refrective Index     1.475 - 1.495
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Jasmine Grandiflorum generally works with all oils. It helps to round out scents, and tends to work particularly well with other oils (Sandalwood and Ylang-ylang are two great examples)
  • CAS No     84776-64-7
  • Flash Point     80°C
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Jasmine Sambac Hydrosol ( Pure) Oil
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Description

Jasmine Sambac is a beautiful plant; its flowers bloom late in the evening unlike Jasmine Grandiflorum that blooms in the early dawn

History

She is an enchantress, this 'Queen of the Night', who works her magic through the nose and seduces her prey with the promise of lascivious joys. Cleopatra shamelessly borrowed this seductive power of flowers and doused her sails with Jasmine and Neroli oils as she went off to conquer the loins of Marc Antony - no wonder the guy didn't stand a chance. Despite its price tag Jasmine is among the best known and most popular essential oils. The cost however, is relative, considering the labour intensive process of production and the enormous amount of flowers required to obtain a single litre of oil: 1000kg, which equals about 8 million individually hand-picked flowers, are required to produce just 1kg of oil. Even so, it remains the most sought after oil of perfumers around the world. In India, the flowers of J. sambac are regarded as sacred,symbolizing innocence and purity of mind. Jasmine flower garlands adorn the temples and holy effigies or are offered to the Gods. At religious festivals the Gods themselves are thought to be present within the flowers. Jasmine flowers are never amiss at wedding ceremonies, and women like to weave a string of flowers into their hair, thus engulfing themselves with this beautiful, most sensuous of natural perfumes.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark brown yellowish liquid.,

Aroma : Jasmine Sambac Absolute is an incredibly intense aroma that is very floral, yet more musky and masculine than the Jasmine Grandiflorum.

Constituents

Benzyl acetate (20%), linalool, benzyl benzoate (20%), methyl jasmonate, phytol.

Uses

Jasmine is an excellent oil to use in tantric rituals and sacred unions. Its properties act more on the mind, awakening it to sensory perception, than directly on the organs. It rouses sensuality and opens the mind to the perception of divine beauty in all things. Jasmine gives wings to prayers makes a wonderful offering to the Gods. It helps the practitioner to connect with his purest intentions and highest aspirations.

 Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Jasmine Sambac
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in Alcohols, Essential Oils and insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.922-0.960
  • Optical Rotation     -4 TO -15
  • Refrective Index     1.410-1.510
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Jasmine Sambac Absolute generally works with all oils. It helps to round out scents, and tends to work particularly well with other  oils (Sandalwood and Ylang-ylang are two great examples).
  • CAS No     8022-96-6
  • Flash Point     200 F
  • Extraction Method     Solvent extracted

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Juniper Berry Oil
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Description

The plant is small bushy shrubs or tree, 3-35 feet in height growing at an altitude ranging from 8800 to 15,400 feet in the Himalayan region . The berries are plucked from the branches of the plant once a year and dried and ground before distillation.

History

According to some archaeologists Juniper has been our closest magical plant ally since Neolithic times. Juniper was already mentioned in the ancient Egyptian papyri; its fragrant wood, needles and berries were used as incense and medicine. Juniper is said to have the power to ward off evil. No demons or devils could withstand its power, not even the demons of disease: fumigating a space with Juniper will kill off germs and purify the air in a sick room. When the Black Death ravaged Europe, Juniper was one of the most promising and effective of protectors. Yet, it was also considered a guardian of the threshold between this world and the next. Like Yew, it was thought to nurture the souls of the dead until they were ready to reincarnate. For this reason they were often planted on graves. In Egypt they also played a role in the mysteries of the dead. Juniper berries were found in the sarcophagi and even in the hand of one of the pharaohs, as if he was going to pay the ferry man with these seeds. Juniper was deeply revered by the country folk that people would tip their hats in passing, as a sign of respect. All sorts of magical powers were ascribed to it: helping to retrieve lost objects, protection against venomous beasts, and guarding against spells of dizziness and weakness, to name but a few. Some of these old folk uses certainly are based on empirical evidence. Juniper indeed repels biting bugs and its stimulating properties can 'preserve the spirit' and prevent dizziness and weakness. But today, it is another kind of 'spirit preservation' Juniper is best known for: it is the unique flavour ingredient of Gin. Juniper is not frequently encountered in the kitchen these days, though previously it was a common spice, particularly for greasy meats. Juniper oil should not be used during pregnancy. Avoid in cases of acute kidney inflammation.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to pale yellow liquid,

Aroma : Juniper Berry oil has a fresh, rich-balsamic, woody-sweet and pine needle-like odor reminiscent of evergreen oils.

Constituents

The primary chemical constituents include essential oil (cineole, camphene, myrcene, terpinene, pinene), sesquiterpenes (elemene, cadinene), flavonoids, tannins, podophyllotoxin, glycosides and vitamin C.

Uses

Juniper is a purification plant par excellence. It can be used to cleanse ritual spaces or magical tools. It is strongly protective and dispels negative energies and entities. It is often used in healing rites and to purify the sick room. During meditation it helps focussing and concentration. It has also been associated with prophecy and divination. Juniper can be used in rites of passage and as a protector on shamanic journeys to the otherworld. It is an excellent oil for getting in touch with the deities and spirits of nature.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Juniperus communis
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     1.2130-1.2160
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Berries
  • Bland With     Clary Sage, Sandalwood, Bergamot, Geranium, Marjoram, Rosemary, Chamomile and Eucalyptus.
  • CAS No     8012-91-7
  • Flash Point     60°C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Lavender Hydrosol Oils
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Description

Lavender Bulgarian is an evergreen woody shrub, up to 1 meter tall, with pale green, narrow linear leaves and violet blue flowers.

History

Lavender, without a doubt, is the most commonly used essential oil in aromatherapy and cosmetics. Its scent is so neat and clean and tidy and soothing and pleasant - in short, reminiscent of grandma's linen closet. Lavender is indeed used in numerous household products, such as soaps and washing powders. But Grandma probably placed a little sachet stuffed with Lavender flowers between her linens, which not only lent them that special scent of floral freshness, but also kept the moths and bugs away. The very name 'Lavender' is descriptive of these age-old uses, which go back to Roman times. The Latin word 'lavare' from which 'Lavender' derives, simply means 'to wash'. Although Lavender is a Mediterranean herb and at home in the dry, hot climate of the Provence, it has also long been cultivated as a commercial crop in Britain. In southern Europe, Lavender flowers early and provides welcome spring nectar for busy bees. The resulting honey is sold as a precious delicacy. However, in France the deeply violet flowered French Lavender (L stoechas) is by far the most common species encountered in the wild. It has been used medicinally in France as well as in England until about the middle of the 18th century and was an important ingredient of the famous 'vinegar of the four thieves', which at the time was hailed as one of the most effective preventative remedies against the plague. Lavender also had the power to ward off other invisible demons and devils, and was burnt for protection at the summer solstice.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to yellow liquid.,

Aroma : Well-balanced and full-bodied aroma.

Constituents

Linalool 29 - 46%, Linalyl Acetate 36 - 51%, 1,8-Cineol 0.1 - 2.2%, Caryophyllene 2.5 - 7.6%, Terpinen-4-ol 2.7 - 6.9%, Ocimenes 2.5 - 10.8%, Lavandulyl Acetate 3.4 - 6.2%

Uses

Lavender is perhaps one of the best oils to use for purification, protection and for healing rituals. It calms and centres the mind and is a great aid for meditation. Its superior balancing qualities are ideal for chakra-balancing. It can be used to seal a platonic friendship, especially between teacher and student. Lavender is a plant of Mercury, and is well suited to calm an overactive mind and to stabilize emotions. It may be used for studying, as it may deepen understanding, but should be avoided in case of mental exhaustion (it will send you to sleep).

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Lavandula angustifolia
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity     0.9890 - 0.9980 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     19°C: -7°48
  • Refrective Index     Not applicable
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Ylang Ylang, jojoba and Sandalwood Oil
  • CAS No     Not applicable
  • Flash Point     Not applicable
  • Extraction Method     Solvent extracted

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Melissa Floral Water
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Description

Melissa Leaf, commonly known as lemon balm, comes from a sweet smelling, bushy herb that grows up to nearly three feet high with serrated leaves and tiny white or pink flowers.

History

Sometimes the humblest of herbs bear the greatest treasures. Melissa is a common garden herb and spreads so liberally that some people regard it as a weed. No showy flowers, nor pretty seeds, yet its essential oil is precious indeed. The ancients praised Melissa as 'an herb of Jupiter that gladdens the heart', the prosac of antiquity it seems, which Paracelsus thought capable of entirely restoring a man's vitality. Other writers admire its ability to strengthen the mind and memory. Melissa is a great oil for students as well as for old people whose memory begins to fade. It brings cheer to those who feel burdened. Lemon Balm is sacred to the Great Goddess and her honey bees, in fact, the name Melissa means 'bee' in Greek, and even in English Melissa is sometimes called 'bee balm'. Bee keepers rub their hives with the herb to ensure that their bees will always come back. Similarly, in times gone by, Melissa was used as a strewing herb to keep the home scented sweet and welcoming. Previously, only the herb was available to herbalist, but in recent years the essential oil has appeared on the market. Melissa may be a gentle herb, but when one considers that 7 tons are necessary to produce a single litre of oil, one begins to appreciate hits preciousness. So despite the price, a little goes a long way.

Color & Aroma

Color : Clear colorless to yellow liquid,

Aroma : Warm and radiant scent reminiscent of lemons.

Constituents

Neral: 25%,Geranial: 33.5%,, citronelal, citral

Uses

Melissa enables the student to absorb more deeply and to commit to memory what has been learnt, while freshening the mind and keeping spirits up. It is also a great oil for dispelling the demons of depression and loneliness. It is excellent for meditation, to find one's centre and bring peace to heart and mind. It can be used to open or balance the heart chakra. It may help to connect the practitioner with the cosmic flow of prosperity and help gain an understanding of the laws of giving and receiving. Melissa is also well known as a 'dream herb'. It may induce prophetic dreams and can be used for astral journeys.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Melissa officinalis
  • Country of Origin     Bulgaria
  • Solubility     Water soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     18°C: -7°48
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Ylang ylang
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Solvent extracted

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Lime Natural Floral Water
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Description

Lime is a fruit which is distilled to extract the hydrosol from the plant. It finds wide applications in pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry.

History

Lime is the leprechaun of the Lemon family, a cheeky little green fellow with a mischievous twinkle in his eyes - if limes had eyes, that is. However, limes, being of distinctly tropical origin, prefer warmer climes than the leprechaun,. Though they became world famous as Key limes or Mexican limes their true home is the Malay archipelago from where they have migrated, taking advantage of passing Arab traders, who brought them back to the Mediterranean. However, the Mediterranean climate does not suit the lime that well and so, it never became widely cultivated there. Instead, it set its eyes on the New World, which it reached with the ships of the Spaniards and there, in the tropical islands of the Caribbean, it felt right at home. In Western countries they are now mostly appreciated for the distinct flavour they give to Key Lime pies and to various cocktails, such as 'Margaritas', which has earned them the nickname of 'Cocktail Lime'. Crafty chefs actually use it as a 'secret ingredient' in numerous dishes, adding a certain barely discernible 'twang' that excites the palate. Back in Southeast Asia, even their leaves are frequently used to as a spice. There, they also play an important role in folk medicine and magic. Malaysian doctors use limes for all manner of spells: to win someone's love, to cast the demons of disease to the winds, to protect against all manner of evil devils, to protect new born babies and their mothers during pregnancy and boys at their circumcision rites. Caution: like other citrus oils Lime can irritate the skin in sensitive individual and causes treated skin to become photosensitive.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to yellowish green,

Aroma : Sweet, fresh smell characteristic of citrus products

Constituents

Limonene (40 to 60%), citral (4 to 8%), ?-terpinene, ß-pinene

Uses

According to Malay folklore evil spirits hate it, which makes it useful for all kinds of ritual cleansing and purification, and above all, for protection. It can be used to protect a newly wed couple, or to avert vampires, or to guard the souls of newborn babies. It is also mentioned as being used for love spells, though it does not feature as an as such. Lime gives zest and alertness, though it is too energizing for meditation. Rather, it strengthens spiritual warriors in the eternal fight against evil.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Citrus aurantifolia
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     1.02
  • Optical Rotation     19°C: -6°40
  • Refrective Index     1.40 – 1.550 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart     Fruit Peel
  • Bland With     Citronella, lavandin, rosemary, lavender, clary sage, lemon, neroli, ylang ylang
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     200°F
  • Extraction Method     Cold Pressed

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Orange Blossom Hydrosol
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Description

Orange Blossom Hydrosol offered by us is the most widely used floral water in perfumery based applications. It is non-toxic, non-sensitizing, non-irritant and non-photo-toxic substance and is widely used in more than 12% of modern day perfumes as their principal ingredient. Further, it is also used as a flavoring agent.

History

Not applicable

Color & Aroma

Color : Neroli. ,

Aroma :  

Constituents

ß-pinene (7 to 17%), linalool (28 to 45%), limonene (9 to 18%), linalyl acetate (3 to 15%, beta (E)-ocimene, a-terpineol.

Uses

Orange Blossom water is the most common used fragrance in the industry. It also has limited use in the making of flavors. It also tones the complexion and reduces creation of wrinkles. It is also helpful in palpitations, diarrhea (chronic), poor circulation, colic, spasm, nervous dyspepsia, flatulence, anxiety, nervous tension, depression and shock.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name    
  • Country of Origin     France
  • Solubility    
  • Specific Gravity     0.849-0.852+33° to +47°
  • Optical Rotation     +33° to +47°
  • Refrective Index    
  • PlantPart    
  • Bland With     It blends well with any citrus oils, various floral absolutes as well as most of synthetic components available in the market.
  • CAS No     68916-04-1
  • Flash Point     160°F
  • Extraction Method     Hydro Distillation

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Parsley Floral Water
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Description

Parsley is a short-lived perennial herb that can grow up to 70cm high. It has bright green foliage that is wrinkled in appearance and small greenish-yellow flowers that produce small brown seeds.

History

While Parsley is now regularly used as a meal garnish, in ancient times it was never brought to the table. It was viewed as sacred and belonging to the dead or those cast to oblivion. In fact, in Europe it was believed than anyone growing parsley would die within a year.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow to light brown liquid.,

Aroma : Sweet, warm spicy scent.

Constituents

herbs Oils.

Uses

Aromatherapists credit Parsley Seed Essential Oil with having the following properties: anti-microbial, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, astringent, carminative, diuretic, laxative, stimulant (mild), stomachic, and uterine tonic. On the skin, it helps clear bruises, is a tonic to the scalp and is said to help with head lice. Parsley Seed Oil is widely used in soaps, detergents, cosmetics, and men’s colognes.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Petroselinum Sativum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     +32° to +46°
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Orange, Rose, Cananga, Tea Tree, Clary Sage and any of the spice oils.
  • CAS No     8000-68-8
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

 

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Petitgrain Oil
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Description

Petitgrain bigarde is native to Southeast Asia. The tree now grows throughout the Mediterranean and sub-tropic areas worldwide. The bitter orange tree that provides the Petitgrain Essential Oil is also the source of Bitter Orange Oil and Neroli Oil.

History

The bitter orange tree is one of the most generous plants as far as its oil yield is concerned. It provides three different types of oils, each as wonderful as the next: Neroli, derives from its flowers, bitter orange oil is pressed from the peel of the fruit, and Petitgrain derives from the twigs and leaves. In the old days, Petitgrain oil also included some small, unripe fruit, hence the name 'Petitgrain', which is French for 'little seed'. However, this reduced the fruit harvest and so the producers eliminated the fruit part of Petitgrain oil, but kept the name. Petitgrain oil is in fact the least fruity of the Orange scents. Its aroma is deeper and more woody. It is one of the classic ingredients of 'Eau-de-Cologne' and used to only be used for perfumery and cosmetics. Aromatherapy has popularized it and it is now included in massage and bath oils and other skin care products for its refreshing and toning properties.

Color & Aroma

Color : Leaves and Twigs,

Aroma : Strong, bitter, floral, citrus, herbaceous scent.

Constituents

Linalyl acetate: 42%

Uses

Petitgrain oil can be used to banish negative energies and protect against mental anguish. It helps to release anger and panic and can heal emotional wounds. It promotes higher levels of consciousness and awareness and may be useful for meditation to calm and clear the mind.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Citrus aurantium L
  • Country of Origin     France
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     +33° to +46°
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Steam Distilled
  • Bland With     Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Geranium, Lavender, Lime, Jasmine, Neroli, Orange, Palmarosa, Rosemary, Sandalwood and Ylang-ylang .
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Rose Geranium Hydrosol ( Pure)
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Description

This plant is a perennial hairy shrub growing up to 1 meter high. The leaves are covered with long, soft hairs of variable density and with pink flowers. This plant flowers from September to October and is indigenous to South Africa. The leaves and stalks are used for extraction, and the oil is obtained through steam distillation.

History

The plants originated from South Africa as well as Reunion, Madagascar, Egypt and Morocco. They were introduced to European countries such as Italy, Spain and France in the 17th century. In native Africa the herb teas was drunk to cure stomach upsets and stop internal bleeding. Throughout the centuries people have cultivated the plants around their homes to keep evil spirits at bay.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow green,

Aroma : Rose germanium oil holds a mild rosy fragrance.

Constituents

, citronellol and linalol

Uses

As one of the few oils with the ability to both uplift and sedate, Rose Geranium works profoundly on the emotions. It works wonders in skincare remedies and can be used to help in the treatment of the following: acne, bruises, burns, cuts, dermatitis, eczema, hemorrhoids, lice, mosquito repellent, ringworm, ulcers, edema, poor circulation, sore throat, tonsillitis, PMS, menopausal problems, stress and neuralgia. It can be used to remedy digestive ailments, kidney and bladder disorders and has traditionally been considered as an astringent. This variety of Rose Geranium is one of the most fragrant specie and the oil is used in to perfumery and cosmetics industry as it can be made to imitate many fragrances and is often used to 'stretch' the much more expensive oil of rose.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Pelargonium roseum.
  • Country of Origin     South Africa
  • Solubility     Insoluble in wate
  • Specific Gravity     0.878 - 0.892
  • Optical Rotation     -7to-11
  • Refrective Index     1.458 - 1.468
  • PlantPart     Herb
  • Bland With     Angelica Root, Basil, Bergamot, Carrot Seed, Cedarwood, Citronella, Clary Sage, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Lavender, Lime, Neroli, Orange and Rosemary.
  • CAS No     8000-42-2
  • Flash Point     82 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Sandalwood Mysore Hydrosol (Pure) Oil
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Description

Sandalwood is an evergreen, parasitic tree that burrows its roots into other trees and it can grow up to 9 meters (30 feet) high and has a brown-gray trunk, many smooth slender branches, leathery leaves and small pink-purple flowers. It can take thirty to sixty years for a tree to reach full maturity. That is when it can be harvested and distilled.

History

Sandalwood, the holiest of holies, the most sacred of trees, has been revered throughout the ages. Its heartwood produces a most valuable essential oil, widely sought after for incense, perfumery, cosmetics and aromatherapy. Sandalwood is sacred to Shiva. It stirs the root chakra and awakens the Kundalini snake. But what makes Sandalwood most special, is its use in tantric practice, where it is used to connect the lowest with the highest chakra, transmuting basic energy into cosmic consciousness as it opens the third eye. Devout Hindus make a Sandalwood paste with which they anoint their 'Shiva eye'. Despite its gentle softness, Sandalwood has a male scent, which is structurally similar to a male pheromone that sends an unmistakable, yet barely perceptible. This is why Sandalwood can be an effective . Spiritually it is balancing and calming, a fragrant key to a meditative space dimension. Sandalwood is also said to protect against evil spirits. It is said that mean spirited people will not even be able to come close to it. Unfortunately, this belief has not proven to be true - mean spirited people do come close to it all the time. Illegal poachers, who couldn't care less and simply want to cash in on the very lucrative international market, lay axe on the tree and smuggle it to neighbouring countries that don't have export regulations. Under such circumstances enforcing regulations and safeguarding sustainable harvests becomes extremely difficult. Asia is by far the greatest market for Sandalwood products, it being used not only for incense and perfumery, but also for carving sacred artefacts and building shrines and temples. While it is possible to grow Sandalwood in other tropical regions, it appears that it looses its distinctive scent. If the wonderful gifts of this tree are to survive into the future, the Indian Government will have to get a lot more proactive to protect these trees.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark brown,

Aroma : Exotic smell & sweet woody aroma

Constituents

Santalol min. 50%, alpha-santalol min. 19-30%, beta-santalenes appx 2-10%

Uses

Sandalwood is used in tantric practices to balance all chakras and awaken the kundalini snake. It can be used in magical perfumery to attract a lover. Sandalwood balances, centres and calms the mind. It is used for meditation and purification and to ward off evil spirits.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Santalum Album
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.97000 to 0.97800 @ 25.00 °C
  • Optical Rotation     -15° to -20°
  • Refrective Index     1.5037
  • PlantPart     wood
  • Bland With     Jasmine, Ylang-ylang, Rosewood, Patchouli, Vetiver and Rose.
  • CAS No     8006 - 87 - 9
  • Flash Point     200.00 °F. TCC ( > 93.33 °C. )
  • Extraction Method     Hydro Distillation

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Rosemary Hydrosol ( Pure)
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Description

An aromatic shrub, Rosmarinus officinalis has scaly bark and dense, leathery needle like leaves. Tiny pale blue blossoms abound from December through spring. Rosemary can grow to heights of five to six feet (close to 2 meters) in height.

History

Rosemary carries the energy of a stern teacher. Although it is an herb of the sun, it is not bright and sunny, but rather, serves as a constant reminder of our highest consciousness and conscience. Rosemary is a herb of memory and so it has become associated with all the things and people we want to keep alive and dear in our hearts. It is an herb of love, though it is anything but erotic. Rather, it is a reminder of the bond between the souls, the special spirit tie that is so easily forgotten amidst the ups and downs of day to day life. It is also a funerary herb, thrown on the grave as a last assurance that the soul of the departed will never be forgotten. More mundanely, Rosemary also helps students with their studies, or old people with their fading memories. In medieval times it was one of the most important herbs of the still room and it was extensively used in dozens of cosmetic or remedial preparations. Rosemary is a Mediterranean herb that likes to be kissed by the Sea - although it does not have to 'see' the sea, it never grows far from it in the wild. The leathery, scented leaves look more like evergreen needles than leaves. Early in spring (in France as early as January) the shrubby bushes become laden with flowers that are very popular with bees. Although not the most lovely smelling essential oil, it is invaluable for its therapeutic effect, particularly with regards to many of our modern 'civilization' diseases.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to pale yellow liquid.,

Aroma : Fresh, strong, woody, balsamic, herbal minty scent.

Constituents

Rosemary (Spain) 1,8-cineole (15 to 25%), a-pinene (18 to 26%), camphor (13 to 18.5%), camphene (8 to 12%), bornyl acetate, borneol, verbenone, ß-pinene, myrcene, limonene, Rosemary (Tunisia, Morocco) 1,8-cineole (38 to 55%), a-pinene (9 to 14%), camphor (5 to 15%), camphene (2.5 to 6%), bornyl acetate, borneol, ß-pinene (4 to 9%), verbenone, linalool.

Uses

Rosemary has a long and intricate history as a magical herb. It is strongly protective and purifying, warding off evil influences and witches and cleansing the atmosphere of bad energies. It has been used to burn in sick-rooms to and can be used in healing rituals to help to dispel the demons of disease. It can protect against bad dreams and all manner of evil influences. Rosemary can support the student by helping him or her memorise the teachings and to concentrate on the work. It is used at funerals to keep the memory of the departed alive. At weddings it is used to remember the timeless bond of the souls and the love that has brought the couple together. Rosemary gives vigour, strength, courage and mental clarity.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Rosmarinus Officinails
  • Country of Origin     France
  • Solubility     soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     N/A
  • Optical Rotation     -2° to -5°
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Herb
  • Bland With     Basil, Bergamot, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Ginger, Lemon, Orange and Peppermint.
  • CAS No     8000-25-7
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

 

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Mogra Hydrosol (Pure)
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Description

Mogra is also known as Butt Mogra or Arabian Jasmine. It is also heralded as “Grand Duke of Tuscany”. Botanically, Mogra is known as Jasminum sambac which is a typical species of jasmine inhabitant and belongs to Oleaceae family. Mogra is a tall shrub but a slow growing plant and bears beautiful gardenia type Mogra flowers. These flowers are white in color and grow in different shapes and sizes. As the plant matures and gets older, it bears even more fascinating flowers. Mogra plant grows in partial shade and requires moist and well drained soil. Mogra is well known for its sweet and exotic fragrance.

History

Its botanical name sambac is derived from the misapplication of the Sanskrit name Champaka which is a fragrant flowered shrub.

Color & Aroma

Color : White,

Aroma : Sweet, exotic and rich floral fragrance of jasmine

Constituents

Benzle acetate, Methyl benzoate, methyl sali-cytate, Benzyle benzoatesalicylic acid, Jasminine

Uses

It finds wide application in perfumery. It can also be used to fragrance exotic skin care formulations.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Jasminum sambac var. 'Belle of India'
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in alcohol
  • Specific Gravity     0.935 – 0.960 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     21°C: -7°48
  • Refrective Index     1.474 – 1.475 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Cedarwood, Jasmine, Lavender, Neroli, Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     250 °C
  • Extraction Method     Hydro Distillation

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Naagchampa Hydrosol ( Pure)
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Description

Nag Champa offered by us is a fragrance from India and has in it a high concentration of sandalwood . It is extracted from the bark and wood of sandalwood plant. It has high demand in the consumer goods industry including end products like incense sticks & cones, soap, perfume oil, scented lube, scented candles and massage oil. It also has Aromatic and Medicinal properties including Diuretic, Stimulant, Anti Rheumatic, Purgative & Expectorant.

History

Nag Champa Incense is probably the most popular hand rolled incense world-wide! The unique scent is derived primarily from the Champaca flower, (Magnolia Champaca tree), Halmaddi (Ailanthus Malabarica tree) and Sandalwood, along with other resins and herbs. Cultivated as a sacred plant, the Champaca can be found throughout India, Viet Nam, parts of China, and other tropical lands of Asia. In India this beautiful and shady evergreen tree is revered, and often planted on the grounds of Hindu Temples or Ashrams. It is considered to be sacred to the Hindu god Vishnu and is traditionally burned for meditation ceremonies. Nag Champa became popular in modern Western Culture in the 60’s and 70’s when burned at the performances of Dylan, The Grateful Dead, and others. The heady fragrance became part of the concert experience for millions of music fans.

Color & Aroma

Color : Not applicable,

Aroma : Not applicable

Constituents

Benzy Acetate, Linalool, Benzyl Benzoate, Champacene (lactone), Iso Eugenol & Methyl Eugenol.

Uses

It is frequently found in form of incense sticks & cones. Other than this, it is also used in soaps, perfume oils, scented candles, scented lubes, and massage oil.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name    
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Insoluble in water, soluble in oils & alcohol
  • Specific Gravity     0.95
  • Optical Rotation     16.5
  • Refrective Index     1.46
  • PlantPart     Not applicable
  • Bland With     All essential oils.
  • CAS No     8006-76-6
  • Flash Point     above 80°C
  • Extraction Method     Not applicable

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Neroli

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Description

Neroli Essential Oil is derived from the blossoms of either the sweet orange tree or the bitter orange tree. Our variety comes from the bitter orange tree which is viewed within the aromatherapy world as being of higher therapeutic quality.

History

Neroli epitomizes the fragrant essence of being in love, the sweet excitement of a romantic encounter under a full moon. It is the sweet scent of nymphs beckoning to venture out into the night, to celebrate the beauty of love and life as an act of worship in honour of the Great Goddess of Love. Neroli oil, derived from the delicate flowers of the bitter orange tree, is romantic and playful, sensuous and teasing. Like a fountain of youth, it refreshes mind and spirit while tantalizing the senses. For aeons these qualities have made Neroli one of the most popular scents in perfumes and cosmetics. It is a key ingredient of 'Eau de Cologne' as well as dozens of high class perfumes. The scent was apparently popularized by the passion of a young princess, who loved it so much that she perfumed everything in her surroundings with this alluring fragrance. Neroli awakens sensuality and helps to untie emotional knots. In Mediterranean countries Orange flowers are often woven into bridal wreath to prepare the bride for the wedding night.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark greenish yellow liquid.,

Aroma : Sweet, floral citrus aroma

Constituents

Linalyl acetate: 23% Linalool: 16% Limonene: 20.30%

Uses

Neroli is an ideal oil to use in all kinds of love potions, lotions or amulets. It opens and attunes the heart chakra to the vibration of love. It can be used to get in touch with one's feminine energy and sensuality. It is a wonderful oil to use in tantric rituals and all acts of pleasure to celebrate the Goddess of Love.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Citrus aurantium amara
  • Country of Origin     Canada
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol and oils. Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.950 - 1.050 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     21°C: -7°28
  • Refrective Index     N/A
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Lavender, Lemon, Clary Sage, Myrrh and spice oils such as Nutmeg, Cinnamon Bark and Clove Bud.
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     N/A
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

 

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