Cassie flower oil is botanically called as Acacia Farnesiana wild and is originally found in Egypt. This plant is also commonly known as yellow cassie or cassie alone and is also known as needle bush. The name needle bush is owing to the elongated thorns on the branches of the plant that grows up to the height of 8m. This plant bears feathery leaves and yellow flowers with an aromatic scent. The solvent extraction method is applied to the flowers of this plant for retaining the cassie flower oil. The extracted oil is thick reddish brown liquid emitting strong yet sweet fragrance. As the oil is thick at room temperature, thus before using it one need to put it in hot water for liquefying it. The cassie plant grows well in the dry or saline soils and favours draught like climate however cannot stand cold climate.
Constituents – The components present in cassie oil are nerolidol, eicosane, benzoic acid, salicylic acid, benzyl alcohol, terpineol etc.
Blends with – Essential oils possess the property of blending with other essentials oils, Cassie flower oil does the same and blends well with Peru balsam, lavender, bergamot, boronia,mimosa etc.
|Product Code||SVA -112|
|Botanical Name||Acacia Farnesiana Wild|
|Methods of Extraction||Hexane extraction from flowers followed by ethanol|
|Color & Odor||Viscous red brown liquid with a fresh sweet scent|
|Country of Origin||Egypt|
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