For the Ayurveda practitioners the Lotus flower has physical healing properties and spiritual symbolism. The lotus flower is represented in Hindu art is associated with the Hindu deities. In the Hindu and Ayurveda medicine, it represents purity, divinity and eternity. In mythologies, many deities are depicted sitting on a lotus blossom. The lotus flower oil is induced the expression of tyrosinase. The essential oil from lotus flower extract stimulates and melanogenesis in human melanocytes.
To ascertain the components of the principal effectors of melanogenesis, the lotus flower essential oil with a GC-MS system.
· Lotus flowers contain linolenic acid, phosphorous and vitamins B and C. The flowers are used to improve texture and condition of the skin.
· The lotus flower represents eternity and divinity and is the sign of spiritual significance.
· It is believed that the tea brewed from the lotus flower is used to treat acid reflux and it improves health, as lotus is the source of vitamin supplements.
· The essential oil made from the petals of lotus is used in the production of melanin. The oil extracted from these flowers is effective in preventing grey hair.
· The scent of the lotus oil allows the body to breathe. It is sometimes used in conjunction with meditation.
Blends With: The Lotus flower oil blends well with all oils and it seems to work best with other floral oils.
Constituents:The main constituents of Lotus flower oil are number of Alkaloids-roemerine, nuciferine and neferine and lotusine.
|Product Code||SVA -152|
|Botanical Name||Nelumbo nucifera|
|Methods of Extraction||Solvent Extraction|
|Color & Odor||Pale yellow to dark reddish viscous liquid, Characteristic exotic floral slightly herbaceous odor|
|Country of Origin||India, Tamil Nadu|
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