Ambrette is an aromatic and medicinal plant in the Malvaceae family that is native to India. The seeds of this plant have a sweet, flowery, heavy fragrance quite similar like musk. The evergreen shrub grows in India, and it is also cultivated in the West Indies, China and Indonesia. It is used as a spice in the East, and as musk alternate in perfume industry. In India it is commonly known as Mushkdana or Kasturi Bhendi. Ambrette Seed oil is a pale white liquid exhibiting a rich, floral-musky, slightly spicy-aromatic odor undertone of good tenacity. In natural perfumery this oil can be used in a wide range of compositions together with musk bases, amber accords Oriental bouquets, incense perfumes, high class florals, fougere, new mown hay.
· Magnificent sweet musky aroma of this essential oil is ideal choice in many aromatherapy preparation and extensively used by the experts. It is used as bath oil as well.
· Amberette Seed Oil is the main element in the high class perfumery.
· It relieves the anxiety, depression, mental fatigue and tensions. This oil has outstanding traits that persuade positive thoughts to mind and elevates mood.
· This oil is also recognized as an excellent cure for many sickness connected to stomach such as acidity, cramps, indigestion, and other disorders.
Amyris, bergamot, cognac, costus, carrot seed, cedarwoods, frankincense, galbanum, guaiacwood, gurgun balsam, juniper berry, orange, patchouli, lavender, mandarin, mimosa, myrrh, peppermint, spruce
Ambrettolide, ambrettolic acid, palmitic acid, farnesol.
|Product Code||SVA - 514|
|Botanical Name||Hibiscus Abelmoschus|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation|
|Color & Odor||Yellow to Pale Yellow & Characteristic Musky odour|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Refractive Index||0.900 To 0.920 @ 25° C|
|Specific Gravity||1.450 To 1.470 @ 25° C|
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