Essential Oils

Ambrette Seed Oil

  • Botanical Name: Abelmoscus Moschatus
  • Part Used:Seeds
  • Chemical Composition:80% Beta – Asarone.
  • Color:Fruity.
  • Flavour:Musky, Earthy.

this is a plant that has a wide range of active ingredients and that has traditionally been used for a great number of medicinal purposes. If you get a whiff of an ambrette seed, you will instantly notice the sweet, flowery smell and heavy fragrance. This is often described as a ?musk? and indeed one of the potential uses for this essential.


Calamus Oil

  • Botanical Name: ACORS CALAMUS
  • Part Used:Roots
  • Chemical Composition:80% Beta – Asarone.
  • Appereance:Clear Pale Yellow Colored Liquid.
  • Color:Spicy, woody, sweet, tenacious.
  • Flavour:Warm ? Burning, Spicy, Bitter.

A yellow aromatic carcinogenic essential oil obtained from the underground parts of the sweet flag and used as a perfume and formerly as a flavor.


Basil Oil (Ocimum Bassillicum)

Basil is native to asia, The plant gets it’s mane from the greek word for King – basileum. It is ancient and traditional remedy ayurvedic medicine.Stream Distallation from leaves and flowers. It’s indications are anxiety, Bronchitis, Fever, Overworked muscles, Dull senses, Poor Digestion etc.

Basil Oil (Ocimum Canum)

Basil is native to asia, The plant gets it’s mane from the greek word. Concluded that the essential?oil?of?Basil?is used as an antifungal agent in protecting peanuts post harvest in Benin against the toxic strains of fungi like Aspergillus parasiticus and Aspergillus flavus.


Basil Oil (Ocimum Sanctum)

Basil origanated in india where it was regarded as sacred herb. It is ancient and traditional remedy in india ayurvedic medicine.Stream Distallation from leaves and flowers. It’s indications are anxiety, Bronchitis, Fever, Overworked muscles, Dull senses, Poor Digestion etc.


Cajeput Oil

?A pungent essential oil obtained from plants of the genus?Melaleuca?and especially cajeput and used chiefly as a local application in skin disease and as a stimulating expectorant.

Angelica Root Oil

?Angelica?Root?oil?can be used in oil warmers for its aromatherapy qualities. If you?re dealing with stress, anxiety or exhaustion,?Angelica?Root?may be the herb for you to use in your oil warmer to disperse its aroma throughout any space to promote tranquility and peace.

Camphor Oil

Camphor oil is?aromatic and absorbed through the skin. It can provide various health benefits, including pain relief and the easing of skin irritation. Camphor oil is extracted from the wood of camphor trees, known scientifically as Cinnamomum camphora , and it has a strong aroma. It can also be synthesized from turpentine.


Cassia oil

assia essential oil is in the same family as cinnamon and therefore is?a “hot” oil.?Because of this it is typically used in blends rather than alone. It was used for a natural remedy to support healthy immunity; and provide a sense of spiritual calmness.

Cedar Wood Oil Double Distilled

Cedarwood Essential Oil is?steam distilled from the wood of the Cedar tree,?of which there are several species. Cedarwood Essential Oil helps to deodorize indoor environments, repel insects, prevent the development of mildew, improve cerebral activity, relax the body, enhance concentration, decrease hyperactivity, reduce harmful stress, ease tension, clear the mind, and encourage the onset of quality sleep.

Cedar Wood Oil Rectified

Cedarwood rectified Heartwood is wild grown and Steam Distilled. This oil has a nice aroma and the color is pale. It will cause little to no change in the color of blends. Cedarwood essential oil is a substance derived from the needles, leaves, bark, and berries of cedar trees.?There are many varieties of cedar trees found around the world.


Citronella Java Oil

Citronella (Cymbopogon nardus) is used almost extensively as an insect repellent. It is specially good as a mosquito repellent. It indicateds Arthritis, Mosquito Repellent, Digestive problems, Rheumatism. And properties are Anti-Bacterial, anti-inflammatory, Anti-spasmodic, Deodorant, Diuretic, Emmenagogue,Febrifuge, Fungicidal, Tonic, Diaphoretic, Vermifuge, Stomach.

Costus Root Oil (Cultivated)

Costus?root?essential?oil?helps to strengthen immune system by eliminating bacteria, bad germs and infections. It is also helpful for asthma, bronchitis and chronic coughs. It slightly increases the blood pressure and increase the contraction force and ventricles amplitude.


Cypress Oil

Cypress oil is an essential oil made from the twigs, stems, and leaves of the cypress tree. Most cypress essential oil is made from Cupressus sempervirens, also known as Mediterranean cypress.ypress is native to the Mediterranean region The majority of studies focus on essential oil made from this particular tree.


Davana Oil

Davana essential oil is produced by steam distilling the leaves, stems, and yellow flowers of this exotic botanical. Its rich, fruity scent is used around the world to enhance high-end fragrances and perfumes. Davana is an?adaptive scent, which means that it smells and reacts differently to each person

Eucalyptus Citrodora Oil

Eucalyptus Citriodora is also called lemon scented eucalyptus. Fresh, sweet, lemony. Eucalyptus citriodora has a strong citronella like aroma with a sweet, balsamic undertone.


Frankincense Oil

It is believed?to ease stress, improve heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure, boost immune function, relieve pain, treat dry skin, reverse the signs of aging, fight cancer, as well many other health benefits.


Galangal Oil (Galangal Alpine)

Steam distilled oil from dried roots of?Alpine?Galangal. Uses and Advance Studies: It is used in treatment of catarrhal affections. It is stomachic, stimulant and Carminative.


Geranium Oil

geranium oil distilled from the flowering geranium.?It is used in aromatherapy for its purported calming effects. It has also been proposed as a transient treatment for neuralgia, esp. postherpetic neuralgia.

Ginger Gass Oil

Ginger oil is extracted from the ginger rhizome after a distillation process.?Like other essential oils, it?s very concentrated. Ginger oil has a distinct aroma that can be described as strong,?


Kapoor Katcheri Oil (Hydichium Spictaum)

Kapoor?Kachri?is also known as?Hedychium?Spicata?in botanical language and Spiked ginger lily, Sandharlika, Takhelli in common language. Herbins?Kapoor?kachri?oil?is great for hair growth, add 2-3 drops of it to Herbins castor oil and apply on scalp and hairs, and leave it overnight or minimum 30 minutes before bath to get faster hair growth.


Lavender Oil

Lavender essential oil may cause?skin irritation?or an allergic reaction in some individuals. If you experience nausea, vomiting, or a headache after using lavender, discontinue use immediately. Because consuming lavender essential oil can have toxic effects, this remedy should not be ingested unless under the supervision of a medical professional.

Lemon Grass Oil

an aromatic oil?that smells like lemon and is widely used in Asian cooking and in perfumes and medicines lemon grass , lemongrass oil – a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water


Marjoram Oil

Marjoram flower oil is a more potent version of the plant, which means that?all the nutrients of this plant are found in a more concentrated form when the essential oil is used.?This is why fewer people have heard of the plant as opposed to the oil. Nutritional Value of Marjoram Oil Marjoram essential oil has a ton of nutritional benefits.


Mentha Citrata Oil

Mentha citrata?- mint with leaves having perfume like that of the bergamot orange eau de cologne mint, lemon mint, bergamot mint mint


Mentha Piperata Oil

An herb, Mentha piperita, of the mint family, cultivated for its aromatic, pungent oil. Also called?peppermint oil. this oil, or a preparation made from it. a lozenge or confection flavored with peppermint.


Muskdana Oil

Muskdana?is an aromatic as well as medicinal plant belongs to Malvaceae family and seed of this plant are the source of the essential?oil. An aromatic constituent in seeds are beta-sitosteral and its beta-D-glucoside, myricetin and its glucoside in leaves and petals and beta-sitosterol from dry fruit husk.


Nar Kachur Oil

Curcuma?Nar?Kachur?oil?is commonly known as?Nar?Kachur?oil. It is an essential oil which is known for its numerous medicinal properties. It is a golden yellow liquid which is high in viscosity.?Nar?Kachur?Root Essential Oil has a warm-spicy, woody and camphoraceouscineolic odor, very much resembling that of ginger.


Palmarosa Oil

Palmarosa?Essential?Oil?is nutrient dense essential?oil?support for Skin Dryness, Strengthens Hair, Anti-Aging, Wound Healing and Help reduce Fever Trending Health benefits of Salam Panja


Patchouli oil

Patchouli oil has an anti-inflammatory effect: Swelling is a large part of your body?s inflammatory response. Pain relief. A 2011 study assessed the pain-relieving effects of?patchouli?extract in mice. The patchouli oil giving the extract orally to the mice reduced their response to pain in a variety of tests.


Pine oil

Pine?Essential?Oil?is derived from the needles of the?Pine?Tree, commonly recognized as the traditional Christmas tree. The scent of Pine Essential Oil is known for having a clarifying, uplifting, and invigorating effect. Used in aromatherapy applications, Pine Essential Oil positively impacts the mood by clearing the mind of stresses


Sandal Wood Oil (Santalum Album)

The name Sandal (wood) is derived from the Sanskrit ?chandana? meaning??white, bright like the moon, fragrant?. Sandalwood belongs to the Santalaceae family of the genus Santalum. Santalum album oil (Indian Sandalwood) represents the highest quality of all Sandalwood oils. The essential oildistilled from the heartwood is sweet and woody, tinged with warm, milky notes.


Sandal Wood Oil (Santalum Lencilotan)

A quintessential component of ritual and meditation,?sandalwood?calms a worried mind and supports inner serenity.?Sandalwood?oil?promotes what is known in Ayurveda as ojas, or nutritional essence; therefore,?sandalwood?is strengthening to the vital health of the entire body and gives satisfaction to the mind.


Sandal Wood Oil (santalum?spicatum)

An essential oil obtained from sandalwood: such as a : a pale yellow somewhat viscous aromatic liquid obtained from a sandalwood ( Santalum album ) and used chiefly in perfumes and soaps b : an oil obtained from a?sandalwood?(Santalum?spicatum) of Australia


Tagetus Oil

Tagetes?essential?oil?is helpful in treating cough, chest congestion and catarrh. It helps to dialite the bronchi and facilitating the flow of Muscus by dislodging congestion.?Tagetes?can also be used in areas of skin allergies. It has a healing effect on Wound, Calluses and Bunions.

Tea Tree; Tea Tree Oil; Melaleuca alternifolia;

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca?oil, is an essential?oil?that comes from steaming the leaves of the Australian?tea tree. When used topically,?tea tree oil?is believed to be antibacterial.?Tea tree oil?is commonly used to treat acne, athlete’s foot, lice, nail fungus and insect bites.

Vetiver Oil

Vetiver?Essential?Oil?is derived from the aromatic roots of the Vetiveria zizanioides (Linn) Nash. botanical. Due to its grounding, sensuous, and deeply calming scent, Used in aromatherapy applications,?Vetiver?Essential?Oil?is beneficial for soothing anxiety, insomnia, fatigue,