Patchouli Oil is also known by its botanical reference Pogostemon cablin. The Patchouli plant branches from the mint family and its young leaves are dried and further fermented before they are steam distilled for extracting the essential oil of Patchouli. The obtained liquid is available in different shades ranging from yellow to dark brown and is thick in texture. Studies state that this essential oil was initially originated in Indian and Malaysian soils for eradicating bed bugs. The patchouli plant is bushy and manages to climb up to 3ft height. It bears white flowers with a purple tint to it and leaves which are big and fragrant. There are several therapeutic benefits that one can derive from the patchouli essential oil. However one need to remember that excess dose of this oil may lead to appetite loss.
· Application of this oil on skin retains a constant healthy glow on it.
· This oil is also effective in influencing positive thoughts and freeing one from depression, tension, stress etc.
· Wounds can be effectively healed making use of this oil it also further lightens the scars if any.
· Other skin problems like boils, measles, cuts etc can be treated with this oil with positive effects.
· Nervous conditions like acute depression can be very well treated with Patchouli oil.
· Aroma therapies also make use of this oil due to its properties of relaxing, soothing and uplifting the mood.
Constituents – The chemical elements found in Patchouli oil are ‘a’ and ‘b’-patchoulene, caryophyllene, seychellene etc.
Blends with – Patchouli oil blends well with other essential oils however particularly well with bergamot, myrrh, lavender etc.
|Product Code||SVA - 170|
|Botanical Name||Pogostemon Cablin|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation Process|
|Color & Odor||Light Yellow to Dark Brown in Color & Thick Oil|
|Country of Origin||Indonesia|
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