Sugandh Mantri oil is a very common product obtained from the rural hearts of India. It is obtained from the plant Homalemona aromatic Schott and belongs to the citrus or the lemon family. It thus has a typical smell of its own that adds the special value to it. The plants are commonly known as the Gandhi roots and the oil is extracted from the roots after drying. The dried roots are crushed and the oil extracted after filtration. The SugandhMantri oil is well known all over the world for its very high amount of natural purity. It is a pale yellowish viscous fluid with a thin density and a free flow. Its aroma or smell adds a lot of value to it and most of its uses are because of the aroma that it spreads.
· The oil is used widely as an anti-inflammatory agent.
· It has anti spasmodic property which along with its aroma helps in relieving stress.
· It is also an anti-depressant.
· It has the quality of soothing the nerves, thereby helping in stress reduction to a large extent. It is thus often used for stress buster. Also, it is widely used as massaging oil in beauty clinics and stress busting exercises to remove stress and relegate ageing of the skin.
It is blended most often with other aromatic oils that are used externally as anti-depressant and stress reliever.
The chief constituents of Sugandh Mantri oil are thymol, indole, benzyl alcohol, methyl anthranilate and pinene.
|Product Code||SVA - 221|
|Botanical Name||Gandhi Roots|
|Solubility||Soluble in oils and insoluble in water|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation|
|Color & Odor||Pale Yellow & Sweet Woody Odor|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Major Constituents||Linalool, T – 4 – Ol|
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