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Soap Nut, Ritta (Sapindus Laurifolia, Sapindus Mukorossi)

Soap Nut, Ritta (Sapindus Laurifolia, Sapindus Mukorossi)
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Soap Nut Fruits, Soap Nut Powder, Seedless Fruits, Soap Nut Fruit Powder, Leaves, Roots

Description
A medium sized deciduous tree upto 20m in height with grey smooth bark, peeling offin scales, leaves pinnate, leaflets 2-3 pairs, terminal pair being the largest, flowers white, polygamous, male flowers many, bisexual flowers few, all in the same pubescent panicle, fruits fleshy drupes, the pulp becoming a saponaceous wrinkled rind on drying, seeds black.

Chemical Constituents
Saponins-sapindoside A and sapindoside B. Nuts contain kaempferol, quercetin and B-sitosterol. Saponin emarginatoside from fruits.

Cosmetic Uses
Soap nut is used in Cleansing Lotion, Protein Shampoo, Protein Shampoo with Conditioner. Soap nut contains a high level of saponins. Antibacterial mild foaming agent, cleanser, exfoliant. Soap nut Powder is used to cleanse hair, skin and laundry. Helpful in removing stains from hands. May soothe the eczema, psoriasis, itchy skin, sensitive skin . Soapnut is an excellent hair tonic. Soap Nut extract comes from the fruit of the Soapnut tree. The pulp of the fruit contains a high level of natural foaming agents. This extract can be used to wash skin and hair. Soap nut when added to a facial mix of milk powder and clay to provide delicate cleansing of the skin, it is added to salt scrubs to add cleansing action. As a hair and body wash, add 1 teaspoon of Soap nut extract to a cup of water. Use this as a hair wash or mild cleanser. Soap nut can also be combined with Amla, Neem & Shikakai extract for a more nutritive hair wash. Mix all of the herbs in water and let sit till thoroughly dissolved. The wash should be kept refrigerated and used within 4 days or preserved with an anti bacterial preservative.

The powdered seeds are said to possess insecticide properties. They are employed in the treatment of dental caries. It cleanses the skin of oily secretion, its a hair tonic, and forms a rich, natural lather. Its detergent action, which cleanses the hair and removes, accumulated debris and a sebaceous material further more imparting speculiar reflection and hair luster.

Spearmint, Mentha Spicata, Garden Mint, Lamb Mint

Spearmint, Mentha Spicata, Garden Mint, Lamb Mint
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Mint Oil, Spearmint Oil, Mentha Leaves, Mentha Oil, Mentha Spicata, Mint Crystal

Description
A glabrous perennial, 30-90cm high, with creeping rhizomes, leaves smooth or nearly so, sessile, lanceolate to ovate, acute, coarsely, dentate, smooth above, glandular below, flowers lilac, in loose, cylindrical slender, interrupted spikes.

Chemical Constituents
Major components in the spearming oil are carvone, dipentent, dihydrocarveol, dihydrocarveol acetate, and limonene.

Cosmetic Uses
Mint oil is commonly used for medicinal, culinary and cosmetic purposes. Mint is well known for its ability to ease indigestion and upset stomach. The menthol in mint can help clear sinuses and relieve cold symptoms. In some cases, mint is used to alleviate migraines and fever. It is best to consult a physician before self-treating any potential ailment or symptoms.

Mint is Aromatic, cosmetic, culinary, and medicinal. Fresh or dried leaves scent sachets and potpourris. Spearmint is used in baths to refresh and cool skin, in facials to cleanse the skin, and in lotions. Mint oil has wide uses in tooth paste, mouth wash, chewing gum, candy, hair oil, perfume, cigarettes and cosmetic products.

Mint oil can be found in a wide variety of common household products, ranging from tea to toothpaste. The oil is gathered via a distillation process whereby the mint leaves are steamed, allowing natural oils to surface. It can take hundreds of leaves to produce just a few teaspoons of mint oil, but just a couple drops can be extremely powerful. Mint oil is also frequently added to massage oil, lotions and shampoos.

Many renowned chefs include mint oil in their recipes to add flavor. It is also widely used in candy, cookies, jellies, and of course, chewing gum. The juices and drinks use freshly crushed mint leaves. Mint imparts a clean, refreshing taste, making it a popular ingredient in many types of foods. The home fragrance industry has capitalized on mint as well. Mint oil is often used in potpourri, sachets and room sprays. It is usually combined with other fragrant herbs such as lavender or bergamot and lends a revitalizing quality.

Aloe, Aloe Vera, Indian Aloe

Aloe, Aloe Vera, Indian Aloe
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Aloe Vera Leaf, Aloe Vera Gel, Aloe Vera Juice, Aloe Vera Spray Dried Powder : 100X & 200X.

Description
A coarse perennial with short stem and shallow root system: leaves fleshy in rosettes, sessile, often crowded with homy pickles on the margins, convex below, 45-60cm long tapering to a blunt point, surface pale green with irregular white blotches, flowers yellow or orange in racemes; fruits loculicidal capsule.

Chemical Constituents
The leaves contain barbaloin, chrysophanol glocoside and the aglycone, aloe-emodin. The mucilage of the leaves contains glucose, galactose, mannose and galacturonic acid in addition to an unidentified aldopentose and a protein with 18 amino acids. The plant contains aloesone and aloesin.Chemical analysis has revealed that this clear gel contains amino acids, minerals, vitamins, enzymes, proteins, polysaccharides and biological stimulators.

Orchid Tree, Buddhist Bauhinia, Bauhinia

Orchid Tree, Buddhist Bauhinia, Bauhinia
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Orchid Flowers, Orchid Leaves, Orchid Tree Bark

Description
A moderate sized deciduous tree with vertically cracked grey bark, wood moderately hard, greyish brown with irregular darker patches, leaves of 2 leaflets, connate for about two-thirds up, leaflets ovate, rounded at apex, 10-15 cm long, pubescent beneath when young, coriaceous, flowers white or pink, the upper most petal darker and variegated, usually appearing before the leaves in short axillary or terminal reacemes, stamens 5, staminodes absent, fruits flat dehiscent pods, seeds 10-15.

Chemical constituents
B-sitosterol, lupeol, kaempferol-3-glycoside and 5, 7-dehydroxy, and 5,7-dimethoxyflavanone-4-O-a-L-rhamnopyranosyl-B-D-glucophyranosides.

The bark is used for treating diarrhea, dysentery, malaria, bleeding piles, skin diseases and snake Bltes.

Orchid is also highly recommended for color cosmetics because it is light and non-greasy and does not leave an oily or greasy residue on the skin. In foundations, lip and cream-to-powder products, Orchid enhances application properties, making the product glide on the skin easily and improving spreadability. These are important benefits for pigmented products, which tend to be draggy and difficult to spread. Orchid also leaves a smooth after-feel on the skin.

The orchid flower, the national flower of Thailand, has been used in Asia for centuries for its reparative and protective properties. Orchids are very well known for their moisturizing properties, fighting free radicals, increasing skin immunity and reducing the appearance of fine lines. The pink orchid in particular, is ideal for all skin types and is rich in minerals which exist naturally in the skin, such as zinc, calcium, magnesium, iron and copper.

Medicinal Uses
The roots and bark are astringent, acrid, cooling, constipating, depurative, anthelmintic, vulnerary, anti-inflammatory and styptic. They are useful in vitiated conditions of pittal and kapha, diarrhoea, dysentery, skin diseases, leprosy, intestinal worms, tumours, wounds, ulcers, inflammations, scarofula, proctoptosis, haemorrhoids, haemoptysis, cought, menorrhagia and diabetes.

Nutmeg, Myristica Fragrans, Myristica Beddomei

Nutmeg, Myristica Fragrans, Myristica Beddomei
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Nutmeg Seeds, Nutmeg fruit

Description
A large evergreen dioecious tree, reaching 30 m height and about 2 m girth. Bark smooth, surface blackish green, with small exfoliation; outer bark 1-2 mm thick, dead; inner bark 1-1.3 cm thick, fibrous, striate, deep red, exuding reddish watery juice when cut freshly. Wood yellowish brown, moderately hard. Branchlets robust, hairless, the terminal bud velvety. Leaves alternate, simple elliptic to oblong-lanceolate, 10-25 x 5-10 cm, base rounded, apex acute, margin entire, harless, leathery, shining above, bluish grey beneath; lateral nerves 16-18 pairs, prominent. Flowers unisexual, male and female flowers seen in separate trees. Male flowers 5-6 long, white stalkless or shortly stalked, 10-20 together arising on short woody structures, hairy brown tomentsone, thin fleshy. female flowers usually solitary rarely 3-4 together more or less stalkless, slightly bigger than male flowers, white Drupes 1-3 together, broadly ovoid to ellipsoid, 4-8 x 3-6 cm, powdery-pubescent with fleshy outer rind. Seeds ovoid, 2-4 x1.5-3 cm, smooth, covered with fleshy dissected orange-red to creamy white aril.

Chemical Constituents
Triglycerides, palmtic, stearic oleic and linoleic, glyceride trisaturated, trace, di-saturated mono-unsaturated, mono-saturated di-unsaturated and tri-unsaturated.

Cosmetic Uses
Nutmeg is used as flavoring agent especially analgesic and tonic preparations. Soaps, lotions, detergents, cosmetics, perfumes. Mace oleoresin used in colognes, perfumes, Both oils and oleoresin are used in most major food categories.

Siris, Albizia, Woman's Tounge

Siris, Albizia, Woman's Tounge
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Albizia Bark, Siris Bark

Description
"Medium to large tree with gray-brown bark; leaves bipinnate, the primary leaflets subopposite, 2-4 pairs; ultimate leaflets opposite, 6-8 pairs, oblong, slightly asymmetric, blunt, 2.5-4.5 cm long; flowers fragrant, in loose heads, pedicellate, the head 2-4 cm broad, whitish; stamens long-exserted; pods flat, thin, pale straw-colored when mature, 15-20 (rarely 30) cm long, 2.5-3.5 cm wide, few-seeded, the seeds bulging; pods drying, opening slightly or not"

Chemical constituents
The bark yeild tannins of condensed type, viz, D-catechin, isoners of leucocyanidin and melacacidin and a new leucoantho-cyanidin, lebbecacidin. It also gives friedelin and b-sittosterol. Seeds gave crude protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, niacin and ascorbic acid, amino acid, composition of the protein is: arginine, histidine, leucine, and isoleucine lysine. Methionine etc. The flowers contain lupeol, a & b- amyrin and a pigment similar to crocetin.

Almond Oil Sweet (daucus Carota)

Almond Oil Sweet (daucus Carota)
Origin of Sweet Almond essential oil:
The Almond tree is a native of the warmer parts of originated in western or central Asia, by 4000BC they had spread extensively and have been widely used for both culinary and other purposes for thousands of years. They were introduced to Northern India in the 16th century by Persians immigrants who settled in the region and as with Portugal and Spain, almonds are now an established ingredient in some North Indian cuisines in particular the Mughlai style of cooking.

Description of Sweet Almond :
It was very early introduced into England, probably by the Romans, and occurs in the Anglo-Saxon lists of plants, but was not cultivated in England before 1562 and then chiefly for its blossom.

Appearance : Bright and clear oily liquid

Aroma : Light, Slightly sweet and nutty

Color : Clear pale yellow

Chemical constituents:: Sweet almond oil has various chemical compounds that include consists chiefly of Olein, with a small proportion of the Glyceride of Linolic Acid and other Glycerides.

ExtractionIt is extracted by cold expression of nuts.

Pharmaceutical uses: 
Sweet almond oil is used as a moisturizer and as a carrier oil in aromatherapy. It is an effective emollient, softening and smoothing the skin. It is one of the most commonly used carrier oils because it does not leave a greasy residue. It is obtained from the dried kernel of the almond tree. The oil from the almond nut is rich in vitamin A and a superb natural moisturiser. Sweet almond oil is very beneficial for dry and mature skin, providing necessary moisture.

Flavorings
Fresh sweet almonds possess demulcent and nutrient properties but as the outer brown skin sometimes causes irritation of the alimentary canal, they are blanched by removal of this skin when used for food. Though pleasant to the taste, their nutritive value is diminished unless well masticated, as they are difficult of digestion and may in some cases induce nettlerash and feverishness. They have a special diabetic value. They contain practically no starch and are therefore often made into flour for cakes and biscuits for patients suffering from diabetes.

Sandalwood Oil (Santalum Album)

Sandalwood Oil (Santalum Album)
Origin of Sandalwood essential oil:
Sandalwood oil is from India and extracted from Santalum album of the Santalaceae family and is also known as East Indian sandalwood, santal, saunders and sandalwood Mysore. The documented use of the wood goes back 4000 years and caravans carrying this wood from India to Egypt, Greece and Rome were a familiar sight. Many temples were built from the wood and the Egyptians used the oil in embalming. 

Description of Sandalwood :
Sandalwood is an evergreen, parasitic tree that burrows its roots into other trees. It can grow up to 9 meters (30 feet) high and has a brown-gray trunk, many smooth slender branches, leathery leaves and small pink-purple flowers. It is agreed that the best sandalwood oil is from Mysore in India.

Appearance : wooden chips and powdered forms.

Aroma : Woody, Exotic smell, Subtle and Lingering

Color : Pale yellow to pale gold

Chemical constituents: The main chemical components are santalol, santyl acetate and santalene.

Extraction: Sandalwood oil is extracted from the chipped heartwood by steam distillation.

Aromatherapy uses: 
It is considered a cooling and calming aromatic herb, with astringent, antispasmodic, digestive, diuretic, analgesic and antiseptic properties. It is wonderfully relaxing, reducing confusion and balancing the mind. On the skin, sandalwood essential oil helps to moisturize and hydrate ageing, dry or flaky skin, relieving itching and inflammation and its astringent action balances oily skin conditions. Sandalwood is much in demand as incense and has a calming effect during meditation. Swahra yoga recommends it for the union of the senses and Tantric yoga for the awakening of sexual energy. The oil of Sandalwood is used externally in aromatherapy and is said to calm the mind and body. It has been employed in the rooms of patients with mental health problems, as its fragrance is said to have a calming effect. It is also thought to help those who are suffering from stress and to soothe tension and anxie

Davana Oil (artemisia Pallens)

Davana Oil (artemisia Pallens)
Origin of Davana essential oil: 
The plant grows in the parts of southern India. India is the only producer and exporter of Davana oil. Davana can be cultivated as an irrigated crop throughout Andhra Pradesh in well-drained light to medium textured soils of neutral PH. 

Description of Davana essential:
A tall aromatic perenniel shrub villous throughout, often gregarious,lower leaves ovate in outline deeply pinnatisect with small stipule like lobes at the base, white-tomentose beneath, uppermost smaller, flowers in subglobose heads. Oil is admired for its long-lasting, sweet, balsamic and fruity aroma. It is used in fragrance blends and perfumes. Davana oil is very dark green or brownish green in color. It's odor is sharp, penetrating, bitter green, foliage like and powerfully herbaceous with a sweet balsamic, tenacious backnote.

Appearance : Viscous liquid

Aroma : Sharp, Penetrating, Bitter-green, Foliage like and powerfully herbaceous with a sweet balsamic, tenacious undertone.

Color : Reddish yellow

Chemical constituents: Davana oil has various chemical compounds that include crystalline petacyclic alcohol, fernenol, cymene, azulene, thuzone, linalool, thujyl alcohol, amyrin, sitosterol and stigmasterol. 

Extraction: Davana Oil is obtained by steam distillation of the overground parts of the flowering herb.

Cosmetics and Toiletries:
Davana oil with its fine cognac aroma, is often used in male toiletries. As it has good skin conditioning properties, it is a good post shaving oil. But it is reputed to be the second most potent  essential oil after agarwood. It stimulates the endocrine system, improves hormonal balance, and is soothing to dry, chapped skin.

Pharmaceutical Uses:
Davana is popular in the perfume industry where it is capable of making a scent unique to the individual. It also has some history in aromatherapy as being a fantastic and as an agent to combat anxiety. Davana is also regarded as being anti-infectious, soothing to dry rough skin, and stimulating to the endocrine system. 

Flavor industry: 
It is extensively used in flavorings of food, and pastry industries.

Davana Oil (Artemisia Pallens)

Davana Oil (Artemisia Pallens)
Origin of Davana essential oil: 
The plant grows in the parts of southern India. India is the only producer and exporter of Davana oil. Davana can be cultivated as an irrigated crop throughout Andhra Pradesh in well-drained light to medium textured soils of neutral PH. 

Description of Davana essential:
A tall aromatic perenniel shrub villous throughout, often gregarious,lower leaves ovate in outline deeply pinnatisect with small stipule like lobes at the base, white-tomentose beneath, uppermost smaller, flowers in subglobose heads. Oil is admired for its long-lasting, sweet, balsamic and fruity aroma. It is used in fragrance blends and perfumes. Davana oil is very dark green or brownish green in color. It's odor is sharp, penetrating, bitter green, foliage like and powerfully herbaceous with a sweet balsamic, tenacious backnote.

Appearance : Viscous liquid

Aroma : Sharp, Penetrating, Bitter-green, Foliage like and powerfully herbaceous with a sweet balsamic, tenacious undertone.

Color : Reddish yellow

Chemical constituents: Davana oil has various chemical compounds that include crystalline petacyclic alcohol, fernenol, cymene, azulene, thuzone, linalool, thujyl alcohol, amyrin, sitosterol and stigmasterol. 

Extraction: Davana Oil is obtained by steam distillation of the overground parts of the flowering herb.

Cosmetics and Toiletries:
Davana oil with its fine cognac aroma, is often used in male toiletries. As it has good skin conditioning properties, it is a good post shaving oil. But it is reputed to be the second most potent aphrodisiac essential oil after agarwood. It stimulates the endocrine system, improves hormonal balance, and is soothing to dry, chapped skin.

Sesame Oil (sesamum Indicum)

Sesame Oil (sesamum Indicum)
Origin of Sesame seed essential oil:
The precise origin of the species is not known, although its closest relatives occur in Africa. It is widely naturalised in tropical regions around the world and is cultivated for its edible seeds. Sesame seeds may be the oldest condiment known to man dating back to as early as 1600 BC.

Description of Sesame seed :
It is an annual plant growing to 50-100 cm tall with opposite leaves 4-14 cm long with an entire margin. The flowers are white to purple, tubular, 3-5 cm long with a four-lobed mouth.

Appearance : Mildly thick

Aroma : Medium with a distinctive sweet, nutty sesame scent.

Color : Light yellow

Chemical constituents:: Sesame seed oil has various chemical compounds that include phenolic antioxidants, sesamol (3,4-methylenedioxyphenol) and sesaminol.

Extraction: It is extracted by cold pressing of seeds.

Aromatherapy uses: 
Sesame oil is used for massage and health treatments of the body in the ancient Indian ayurvedic system. Sesame seed oil is said to remove wrinkles when applied to the skin in a facial massage. Sesame Oil is also used in holistic preparations for everything from treating infections to stimulating brain activity.

Pharmaceutical uses:: 
Sesame oil rubbed on the skin may soothe a minor burn or sunburn as well as help in the healing process. It stimulates blood circulation and benefit the nervous system. Sesame oil is a pharmaceutic aid used as a solvent for intramuscular injections and has nutritive, demulcent and emollient properties and has been used as a laxative. The oil was used during the 4th century by the Chinese as a remedy for toothaches and gum disease. Sesame oil is known to reduce cholesterol due to the high polyunsaturated fat content in the oil. Other uses include the treatment of blurred vision, dizziness and headaches. The Indians have used sesame oil as an antibacterial mouthwash, to relieve anxiety and insomnia. A recent clinical trial proved that sesame oil was significantly more effective for treating nasal mucosa dryness due to a dry winter climate than isotonic sodium chloride solution. In addition, sesame oil contains large amounts of linoleate in triglyceride form which selectively inhibited malignant melanoma growth. 

It is also used in manufacturing paints, lubricants and resins. 

Flavorings: :
Sesame is used widely in food additives. It is used as a whole in cooking for its rich nutty flavour. It is used as a source of cooking oil. Sesame seeds are sometimes added to breads, including baegel and the top of hamburgers and buns. Sesame seeds are baked into crackers often in the form of sticks. 

Sesame seeds can be made into a paste called tahini (used in various ways, including in hummus and a confectionary called halvah. It is preferred in cooking in India as it is cholestrol free. It is also very popular in Korean cuisine, used to marinate meat and vegetables. Sesame seeds are also sprinkled onto some sushi style foods. 

Sesame Oil (Sesamum Indicum)

Sesame Oil (Sesamum Indicum)
Origin of Sesame seed essential oil:
The precise origin of the species is not known, although its closest relatives occur in Africa. It is widely naturalised in tropical regions around the world and is cultivated for its edible seeds. Sesame seeds may be the oldest condiment known to man dating back to as early as 1600 BC.

Description of Sesame seed :
It is an annual plant growing to 50-100 cm tall with opposite leaves 4-14 cm long with an entire margin. The flowers are white to purple, tubular, 3-5 cm long with a four-lobed mouth.

Appearance : Mildly thick

Aroma : Medium with a distinctive sweet, nutty sesame scent.

Color : Light yellow

Chemical constituents:: Sesame seed oil has various chemical compounds that include phenolic antioxidants, sesamol (3,4-methylenedioxyphenol) and sesaminol.

Extraction: It is extracted by cold pressing of seeds.

Aromatherapy uses: 
Sesame oil is used for massage and health treatments of the body in the ancient Indian ayurvedic system. Sesame seed oil is said to remove wrinkles when applied to the skin in a facial massage. Sesame Oil is also used in holistic preparations for everything from treating infections to stimulating brain activity.

Pharmaceutical uses:: 
Sesame oil rubbed on the skin may soothe a minor burn or sunburn as well as help in the healing process. It stimulates blood circulation and benefit the nervous system. Sesame oil is a pharmaceutic aid used as a solvent for intramuscular injections and has nutritive, demulcent and emollient properties and has been used as a laxative. The oil was used during the 4th century by the Chinese as a remedy for toothaches and gum disease. Sesame oil is known to reduce cholesterol due to the high polyunsaturated fat content in the oil. Other uses include the treatment of blurred vision, dizziness and headaches. The Indians have used sesame oil as an antibacterial mouthwash, to relieve anxiety and insomnia. A recent clinical trial proved that sesame oil was significantly more effective for treating nasal mucosa dryness due to a dry winter climate than isotonic sodium chloride solution. In addition, sesame oil contains large amounts of linoleate in triglyceride form which selectively inhibited malignant melanoma growth.

Dill Seed Essential Oil (Anethum Sowa)

Dill Seed Essential Oil (Anethum Sowa)
Origin of Dill seed essential oil:
It has been said that the seeds were chewed by early Americans to suppress appetite during church services. Just like Fennel seeds, Dill Seed oil is a regulating food cravings. Dill Seeds are sometimes baked into savory breads in Germany and Scandinavia, for great bursts of flavor. The name 'dill' may come from the Norwegian word dill (to lull).

Description of Dill seed oil: 
It is a member of the Umbelliferae (parsley) family. Growing to about one metre high with inflorescence of yellow flowers which is generally appearing in the summer. Basically its an annual aromatic herb. The oil has a powerful and fresh, sweet spicy, peppery and aromatic odor.

Appearance: Yellow liquid

Aroma : : Herbaceous, peppery/spicy, fresh and warm 

ColorPale yellow

Chemical constituents: Dill seed oil has various chemical compounds that include carvone, dillapiole, limonene, and dihydrocarvone. The herb oil contains, less carvonethan the seed oil. It contains mainly d-a-phellandrene, eugenol, thymol, isoeugenol, linalyl acetate and phellandral.

Extraction: It is mainly extracted by steam distillation of seeds 

Aromatherapy uses:
Aromatherapists credit dill Seed with being an effective stimulating, revitalizing, restoring, purifying, balancing, antispasmodic, carminative, diuretic, stimulant, stomachic and cleansing agent.t has also been used as a remedy for colic and insomnia and as a stimulant for lactation.

Sesame Oil (Sesamum Indicum)

Sesame Oil (Sesamum Indicum)
Origin of Sesame seed essential oil:
The precise origin of the species is not known, although its closest relatives occur in Africa. It is widely naturalised in tropical regions around the world and is cultivated for its edible seeds. Sesame seeds may be the oldest condiment known to man dating back to as early as 1600 BC.

Description of Sesame seed :
It is an annual plant growing to 50-100 cm tall with opposite leaves 4-14 cm long with an entire margin. The flowers are white to purple, tubular, 3-5 cm long with a four-lobed mouth.

Appearance : Mildly thick

Aroma : Medium with a distinctive sweet, nutty sesame scent.

Color : Light yellow

Chemical constituents:: Sesame seed oil has various chemical compounds that include phenolic antioxidants, sesamol (3,4-methylenedioxyphenol) and sesaminol.

Extraction: It is extracted by cold pressing of seeds.

Aromatherapy uses: 
Sesame oil is used for massage and health treatments of the body in the ancient Indian ayurvedic system. Sesame seed oil is said to remove wrinkles when applied to the skin in a facial massage. Sesame Oil is also used in holistic preparations for everything from treating infections to stimulating brain activity.

Eclipta alba Oil (Eclipta Alba)

Eclipta alba Oil (Eclipta Alba)
Origin of Eclipta alba essential oil: 
It has been originated in India. It is found in South East Asia and throughout India.

Description of Eclipta alba:
It is erect, slender, roughly pubescent herbs, 30-60 cm high. Leaves are opposite, very reliable, sessible, narrowly lanceolate, toothed or nearly entire. Flowers are white with pappus of 2-5 minute teeth.

Appearance : Thick black liquid

Aroma : Strong aromatic odour

Color : Blackish

Chemical constituents:: Eclipta alba oil has various chemical compounds that include Saponin, tannin, vitamin A and ecliptine.

Extraction: It is extracted by steam distillation of leaves.

Aromatherapy uses:
It is used to treat cirrhosis, hepatitis or enlargement of spllen and the liver. It is also useful in anaemia, skin disorders, headache, insomnia and mental disorders. It has restorative properties that can help assist in the treatment of premature greying of the hair, alopecia and balding. It work as a general antiseptic and astringent oral mouth washfor infected gums and loose teeth. It helps in maintaining and rejuvenating teeth, bones, hearing, memory and sites.

Pharmaceutical uses:

Spearmint Oil (Mentha Spicata)

Spearmint Oil (Mentha Spicata)
Origin of Spearmint essential oil:
Spearmint a native of the Mediterranean area. The ancient Greeks used it to scent their bath water. It had a reputation for curing sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and during the medieval times, spearmint was used to heal sore gums and also to whiten teeth.

Description of Spearmint essential oil:
Spearmint is a hardy perennial herb that reaches about 1 meter (3 feet) in height. It has bright green lance-shaped, sharply serrated leaves and pink or lilac-colored flowers. The astringent properties of spearmint oil also make it a great addition to a facial acne toner or facial steam as it helps to fight oily skin.

Appearance : Thin liquid

Aroma : Minty, slightly fruity aroma that is less bright than peppermint.

Color : Pale yellow to greenish 

Chemical constituents: Spearmint oil has various chemical compounds that include pinene, carvone, cineole, linalool, limonene, myrcene, caryophyllene, menthol.

Extraction: It is extracted by the steam distillation of the flowering tops.

Aromatherapy uses:
Spearmint oil can be effective for the digestive system, for the respiratory tract, for a tired mind and for skin problems. The therapeutic properties of Spearmint oil are: local anesthetic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, decongestant, digestive, diuretic, expectorant, stimulant and restorative. Spearmint is a proven antibacterial and antifungal and extremely useful in inhalation for respiratory infections, and in topical applications for skin infections.

Eucalyptus Oil (Eucalyptus globulus)

Eucalyptus Oil (Eucalyptus globulus)
Origin of Eucalyptus essential oil:
The genus Eucalyptus makes up nearly ¾ of Australia's total number of plant species. The medicinal properties of the oil were most likely first discovered by the Aborigines, the native inhabitants of Australia. The genus name is derived from the Greek eu, meaning 'well' and kalyptos, meaning 'cover'. Eucalyptus refers to the well-covered flower buds which are cone shaped and have a lid-like structure that opens as the flowers mature. Aromatherapists and over-the-counter pharmaceutical manufacturers might take the name to mean that Eucalyptus covers well a variety of common conditions.

Description of Eucalyptus essential oil:
A lofty tree about 90 meter in height with a clean straight bole and smooth bark, peeling off in long strips, rather thick and carved, large flowers, fruit a hardened capsule, seeds very small. The essential oil is obtained from the leaves and the branches of the eucalyptus tree. The oil is a fine decongestant and has strong germicidal and antibacterial effects.

Appearance: Thin

Aroma : : Fresh, balsamic, camphor-like, pungent, dry 

ColorPale yellow-green or colorless

Chemical constituents: Eucalyptus oil has various chemical compounds that include Cineol, pinene, limonene, cymene, phellandrene, terpinene, aromadendrene.

Extraction: A steam distillation process is used to extract the oil from the tree parts.

Aromatherapy uses:
Aromatherapists use the oil for energizing and clarifying aroma. Lots of the hundreds of colds and flu preparations available - cough drops, throat lozenges and chest rubs - contain eucalyptus oil and its derivatives. It provides quite natural treatment for respiratory ailments, bronchitis, feverish conditions, the flu and skin problems such as burns, ulcers and wounds. It makes a wonderful balsamic blend for massaging back and chest to fight bronchitis and other respiratory ailments. Aromatherapy applications rely on the activating, vitalizing and energizing actions the aroma of eucalyptus inspires. An activating eucalyptus massage oil is effective for sore and aching muscles.

Tagetes Oil (Tagetes Minuta)

Tagetes Oil (Tagetes Minuta)
Origin of Tagetes essential oil:
Tagetes is native to South America and Mexico, but now grows wild in Africa, Europe, India and North America and is a weed with deeply divided deep-green feathery leaves and numerous yellowish-orange carnation-like flowers. The leaves and flowers are a good insect repellent and are often seen hanging from native huts to deter swarms of flies and mosquitoes.

Description of Tagetes essential oil:
Tagetes is an annual herb up to 60 cm high with soft, oval, pale leaves and bright orange daisy-like flowers. The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation from the fresh flowering herb and also an absolute (and concrete) by solvent extraction from the flowering herb. Tagetes is known in Africa as 'Khakibush'. It is now also grown in France andIndia. Tagetes is essentially a weed with deeply divided, dark green leaves with numerous ornamental yellowish-orange carnation-like flowers.

Appearance : Thin liquid

Aroma : Fresh, Sweet, Floral, Slightly fruity

Color : Gold

Chemical constituents: Tagetes has various chemical compounds that include tagetones, ocimene, myrcene, linalool, limonene, pinenes, carvone, citral, camphene, valeric acid and salicylaldehyde.

Extraction: It is extracted by steam distillation of the flowering herb.

Aromatherapy uses:
The therapeutic properties of tagetes oil are anti-infectious, anti-microbial, , anti-spasmodic, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, insecticide and . Tagetes oil is best known for its ability to keep insects away. It is also credited by aromatherapists as helping with parasitic and fungal issues, while also being able to facilitate the flow of mucous and loosening congestion. It has also been used on cuts, sores and bunions.

Evening primrose Oil (Oenothera Biennis)

Evening primrose Oil (Oenothera Biennis)
Origin of Evening primrose essential oil:
Evening Primrose is a common wildflower found in North America, Europe and parts of Asia . This plant was used by Native Americans, evening primrose has also been used medicinally in Europe since the seventeenth century. Over the last 20 years, this oil has once again become popular for its medicinal properties and is now a common dietary supplement. 

Description of Evening primrose essential oil:
Solvent-free, cold-pressed evening primrose oil extracted from the seeds of the Evening Primrose plant 

Appearance : Liquid or in the form of capsules.

Aroma : Slight lemon scent

Color : Light yellow

Chemical constituents: Evening primrose essential oil has various chemical compounds that include Gamma-Linolenic Acid and Linoleic Acid, Polyunsaturated fatty Acid.

Extraction: It is extracted by the expression of the seeds.

Aromatherapy uses: 
It provides nutritional support and to treat against conditions such as sore throats, stomachaches, hemorrhoids, and bruises. It was given for stomach and liver complaints as well as disorders of the female reproductive system. More recently, the discovery of antioxidant and other properties of the seed oil has focused attention on its usefulness in treating a range of diseases and disorders, including as an anti-inflammatory, and for premenstrual syndrome (PMS), rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, ulcerative colitis, menopausal problems and heart disease

Tea tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)

Tea tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)
Origin of Tea tree essential oil:
The aboriginal people of Australia have long used tea tree oil. Similarly tea tree has a long history of use within the field of aromatherapy. In World War Two, the producers and the cutters of tea tree were exempt from military service until enough essential oil had been accumulated. The oil was a highly valued product as it was issued to each soldier and sailor as part of their kit in order to treat tropical infections and infected wounds.

Description of Tea tree:
The Tea tree is a small tree or shrub with needle-like leaves. It is also domestically referred to as Ti-tree. It can grow up to 7 meters (20 feet) in height and thrives in marshy areas, though it is now cultivated in plantations. The tea tree is very robust. It is ready for cutting only two years after its previous harvest. Tea tree oil is a yellowish green-tinged essential oil with afresh camphoraceous odour. The light yellow tea tree oil is produced by steaming the pine-needle-like tea tree leaves to force out the oil which is used mainly in medicine, but also for industrial lubricants and cosmetic products. The oil has a nutmeg-like smell. Tea tree oil contains chemicals known as terpenoids which are believed to provide the oil its medicinal properties. Australian standards were established for the amount of one particular compound, terpinen-4-ol, which must make up at least 30% and preferably 40-50% of the oil for it can be considered medically useful.

Appearance : Thin liquid

Aroma : Medicinal, fresh, woody, earthy, herbaceous 

Color : Pale yellow to colorless

Chemical constituents: Tea tree oil has various chemical compounds that include Terpinen-4-ol, Alpha-Terpineol, Cineole, Pinene, Alpha Terpenene, Beta-Caryophyllene.

Extraction: The tea tree oil is extracted by the steam distillation of leaves.

Fennel Oil (foeniculum Vulgare)

Fennel Oil (foeniculum Vulgare)
Origin of Fennel essential oil:
The name is derived from the Latin word 'foenum' which means 'hay'. In Medieval times it was known as 'Fenkle' and was a very popular herb with the ancient Chinese, Egyptians and Romans who believed it conveyed longevity, courage and strength as well as warding of spirits.

Description of Fennel oil: 
Fennel grows up to 2 meters (6 feet) in height, the ultimate leaves very numerous, filiform, the superior leaves with sheaths longer than the blade. It is closely related to sweet and bitter fennel commercially produced for either the seed which is used as a spice or the essential oil extracted from the seed. The essential oil of sweet fennel is used in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, perfumery and as a food additive. Extensive research has been conducted on the chemical composition of volatile oils of sweet fennel.

Appearance: Thin liquid

Aroma : : Sweet, somewhat spicy, licorice-like (Anise) aroma 

ColorColorless to pale yellow

Chemical constituents: Fennel oil has various chemical compounds that include trans-anethole, a-pinene, myrcene, fenchone, methyl chavicol, limonene, cineole and anisic aldehyde.

Extraction: It is extracted by the steam distillation of squashed seeds.

Therapeutic Effects:
It is gentle but effective for the same conditions and has a more appealing scent, also used for respiratory ailments, bronchitis, feverish conditions, the flu and skin problems such as burns, ulcers and wounds. It has a toning effect on the spleen and liver. It has a cleansing and toning effect on the skin, helping with bruises, sorting out overly oily skin and to fight wrinkles in more mature complexions (possibly due to the estrogenic properties of the oil).

As a digestive aid chew a handful of the seeds or take an infusion or tincture. When used as an infusion or tincture it can bring on menstruation, help with abdominal cramps and as a possible aid in the treatment of prostrate cancer. 

To use as a tea to help digestion use 1 to 2 teaspoons of crushed seeds per cup of boiling water. Steep for 10 minutes and then drink.

Pharmaceutical uses : 
It is beneficial in conditions of excess fluid such as bleeding, nosebleeds, heavy menstruation, heavy perspiration, cough and bronchitis, haemorrhages and fluid retention. Furthermore, cypress oil helps to regulate the menstrual cycle, helps to ease arthritis and rheumatic pain and it is also beneficial to oily as well as congested skin and wounds. It acts as an antiperspirant and as massaging for abdominal pains.

Aromatherapy Uses : 
Fennel oil is a remedy for digestive complaints such as flatulence, constipation, colic, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, dyspepsia and hiccups. It is also used in cases of obesity as it promotes that 'full feeling' and has a diuretic effect that helps to disperse cellulite. It is also used for increasing insufficient milk in nursing mothers but for boosting breast milk rather use the fresh herb, since the oil contains very high concentrations of trans-anethole.

Fennel Oil (Foeniculum vulgare)

Fennel Oil (Foeniculum vulgare)
Origin of Fennel essential oil:
The name is derived from the Latin word 'foenum' which means 'hay'. In Medieval times it was known as 'Fenkle' and was a very popular herb with the ancient Chinese, Egyptians and Romans who believed it conveyed longevity, courage and strength as well as warding of spirits.

Description of Fennel oil: 
Fennel grows up to 2 meters (6 feet) in height, the ultimate leaves very numerous, filiform, the superior leaves with sheaths longer than the blade. It is closely related to sweet and bitter fennel commercially produced for either the seed which is used as a spice or the essential oil extracted from the seed. The essential oil of sweet fennel is used in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, perfumery and as a food additive. Extensive research has been conducted on the chemical composition of volatile oils of sweet fennel.

Appearance: Thin liquid

Aroma : : Sweet, somewhat spicy, licorice-like (Anise) aroma 

ColorColorless to pale yellow

Chemical constituents: Fennel oil has various chemical compounds that include trans-anethole, a-pinene, myrcene, fenchone, methyl chavicol, limonene, cineole and anisic aldehyde.

Thyme Oil (Thymus vulgaris)

Thyme Oil (Thymus vulgaris)
Origin of Thyme essential oil:
It is an ancient herb used in medicine by the Greeks, the Egyptians and the Romans and is an evergreen perennial shrub that grows up to 45 cm (18 inches) high, with a woody root system, much-branched stem, small elliptical greenish gray aromatic leaves and pale purple or white flowers. The name is derived from the Greek word 'thymos' that means 'perfume' and was used as an incense in Greek temples. The Egyptians used it in embalming process.

Description of Thyme essential oil:
The Thyme plant is an evergreen perennial shrub that grows up to 45 cm (18 inches) in height. It has a woody root system, a multi-branched stem, small elliptical greenish gray aromatic leaves and pale purple or white flowers. It is considered anti-bacterial and anti infectious, as well as being a fungicide. Thyme oil has a fresh, herbaceous, medicinal scent. It has often been described as sharp and warming.

Appearance : Light to medium liquid

Aroma : Fresh, Medicinal, Herbaceous 

Color : Reddish brown to orange

Chemical constituents: Thyme oil has various chemical compounds that include a-thujene, pinene, camphene, pinene, cymene, terpinene, linalool, borneol, caryophyllene, thymol, carvacrol.

Extraction: It is extracted by the steam distillation of leaves .

Aromatherapy uses:
The therapeutic properties of thyme oil are antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, bactericidal, bechic, cardiac, carminative, cicatrisant, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, hypertensive, insecticide, stimulant, tonic and vermifuge.

Pharmaceutical uses:
It is an intestinal antiseptic, valuable in gastric infections, used for treating colds, coughs and sore throats, nose and chest infections when used as an inhalation or as a mouthwash or gargle. Thyme is effective against bacteria that cause mouth and gum infections. Thyme is an excellent pulmonary disinfectant, useful for all respiratory infections. Thyme is very effective against mouth and throat infections.

Incence and Candles:
The incence of thyme offers the finest quality incense. It is burned with charcoal incense(recognizable by their firm black composition) burn very clean, allowing the true fragrance of the incense to flow freely without a preponderance of wood burning pulp.

Cosmetics and Toiletries: In cosmetics thyme oil is used as

Henna Oil (lawsonia Inermis)

Henna Oil (lawsonia Inermis)
Origin of Henna essential oil:
A perennial shrub native to northern Africa, Asia, and Australia, is naturalized and cultivated in the tropics of America, Egypt, India and parts of the Middle East

Description of Henna:
A glabrous much-branched deciduous shrub with 4-gonous lateral branches often ending in spines, leaves simple, flowers are white or rose colored. Fruits are globose capsules. Seeds are numerous, smooth and pyramidal.

Appearance : Thick liquid

Aroma : Luscious floral aroma

Color : Rich orange

Chemical constituents:: oil has various chemical compounds that include ethyl hexadecanoate, (E)-methyl cinnamate, isocaryophyllene, (E)-?-ionone and methyl linolenate.

Extraction: It is extracted by the steam distillation of leaves.

Aromatherapy uses:
The medicinal and calming properties of oil is that it is very useful in aromatherapy. It provides soothing effect to the mind, soul and body. It helps to cool the body and detoxify it. This natural oil with its curing properties is used in anti dandruff products and is also used to nourish hair and make them more shiny.

Pharmaceutical uses:
It promotes mental peace, calmness,emotions, relaxation and cheerfulness. Reduces mental fatigue and confusion. An invaluable hair oil treatment. Controls premature greying. Prevent hair loss and promote luxurious hair growth.

Spikenard Oil (nardostachys Jatamansi )

Origin of Jasmine essential oil:
Originally from China and Northern India, it was brought to Spain by the Moors, with France, Italy, Morocco, Egypt, China, Japan and Turkey currently producing the best essential oil. The name Jasmine is derived from the Persian word 'yasmin'. 

Description of Jasmine essential:
Jasmine is an evergreen, fragile, climbing shrub, that can grow up to 10 meters (33 feet) high and has dark green leaves and small white star-shaped flowers which are picked at night, when the aroma is most intense. Jasmine essential oil has a sweet, exotic and richly floral smell.

Appearance : Viscous liquid

Aroma : Warm, Floral, Exotic

Color : Deep brown with a golden tinge

Chemical constituents: Jasmine oil has various chemical compounds that include Benzyl acetate,inalool, benzyl alcohol, indole, benzyl benzoate, cis-jasmone, , methyl anthranilate, p.cresol, farnesol, cis-3-hexenyl benzoate, eugenol, nerol, ceosol, benzoic acide, benzaldehyde, terpineol, nerolidol, isophytol and phytol. 

Extraction: It is steam distilled from dried and crushed rhizome and roots.

Aromatherapy uses:
The aromatherapy properties includes anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic, antiseptic, calmative, , laxative and tonic diuretic, carminative, stomachic and laxative (excellent when used over time in cases of chronic constipation).

Pharmaceutical uses:
Jatamansi oil can be effective for tension, stress, migraine, nervous indigestion and insomnia. It seems to have rejuvenating qualities especially for the mature skin and can help with allergies, skin inflammations and rashes. At the Preston clinic, this oil is being used successfully in intestinal colic and nervous disorders. Jatamansi oil can be employed in the treatment of epilepsy, hysteria and in many varieties of convulsive affections. It is used in cases of heart palpitations (even as a substitute for Valerian). Its antispasmodic characteristics are unsurpassed. 

Spikenard blends well with Lavender, Patchouli, Pine, Vetiver and spice oils.

Incence n perfumery:
It is used extensively in perfumery applications and manufacturing of incence. Spikenard is used in preparation of incence which has great demand for religious ceremonies and aesthetic purposes as it smolders. It has been popularly used for thousands of years within India as an integral part of Hindu deity worship. Chinese, Korean, and Japanese society used incense as a time keeping device in the form of incense clocks.It holds an important usage in Buddhism. It is also used in perfumery of oriental bases, heavy florals, fougeres, woody bases, animal ambre types etc and in flavors as a modifier for calamus, valerian, hop, ginger cardamom. 

Folklore 
Spikenard oil is used in folklore and as herbal medicine for its healing properties. Its healing properties are widely acclaimed in every continents. These plants are still widely used in ethnomedicine around the world. The oil is also used for promoting hair growth and also helps in color maintenance. The oil is not recommended for food additives

Spikenard Oil (nardostachys Jatamansi )

Origin of Jasmine essential oil:
Originally from China and Northern India, it was brought to Spain by the Moors, with France, Italy, Morocco, Egypt, China, Japan and Turkey currently producing the best essential oil. The name Jasmine is derived from the Persian word 'yasmin'. 

Description of Jasmine essential:
Jasmine is an evergreen, fragile, climbing shrub, that can grow up to 10 meters (33 feet) high and has dark green leaves and small white star-shaped flowers which are picked at night, when the aroma is most intense. Jasmine essential oil has a sweet, exotic and richly floral smell.

Appearance : Viscous liquid

Aroma : Warm, Floral, Exotic

Color : Deep brown with a golden tinge

Chemical constituents: Jasmine oil has various chemical compounds that include Benzyl acetate,inalool, benzyl alcohol, indole, benzyl benzoate, cis-jasmone, , methyl anthranilate, p.cresol, farnesol, cis-3-hexenyl benzoate, eugenol, nerol, ceosol, benzoic acide, benzaldehyde, terpineol, nerolidol, isophytol and phytol. 

Extraction: It is steam distilled from dried and crushed rhizome and roots.

Aromatherapy uses:
The aromatherapy properties includes anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic, antiseptic, calmative, laxative and tonic diuretic, carminative, stomachic and laxative (excellent when used over time in cases of chronic constipation).

Tagetes Oil ( Tagetes Minuta)

Origin of Tagetes essential oil:
Tagetes is native to South America and Mexico, but now grows wild in Africa, Europe, India and North America and is a weed with deeply divided deep-green feathery leaves and numerous yellowish-orange carnation-like flowers. The leaves and flowers are a good insect repellent and are often seen hanging from native huts to deter swarms of flies and mosquitoes.

Description of Tagetes essential oil:
Tagetes is an annual herb up to 60 cm high with soft, oval, pale leaves and bright orange daisy-like flowers. The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation from the fresh flowering herb and also an absolute (and concrete) by solvent extraction from the flowering herb. Tagetes is known in Africa as 'Khakibush'. It is now also grown in France andIndia. Tagetes is essentially a weed with deeply divided, dark green leaves with numerous ornamental yellowish-orange carnation-like flowers.

Appearance : Thin liquid

Aroma : Fresh, Sweet, Floral, Slightly fruity

Color : Gold

Chemical constituents: Tagetes has various chemical compounds that include tagetones, ocimene, myrcene, linalool, limonene, pinenes, carvone, citral, camphene, valeric acid and salicylaldehyde.

Extraction: It is extracted by steam distillation of the flowering herb.

Aromatherapy uses:
The therapeutic properties of tagetes oil are anti-infectious, anti-microbial, , anti-spasmodic, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, insecticide and . Tagetes oil is best known for its ability to keep insects away. It is also credited by aromatherapists as helping with parasitic and fungal issues, while also being able to facilitate the flow of mucous and loosening congestion. It has also been used on cuts, sores and bunions.

Pharmaceutical uses:
Tagetes oil is valuable in keeping insects at bay and can help with parasitic and fungal infestation. It is used for chest infections, coughs and catarrh, dilating the bronchi, facilitating the flow of mucus and dislodging congestion and can be used in cases of skin infections. The unusual smelling essential oil of tagetes will help focus on emotions and is used with great effect to treat fungal infections and boosts the respiratory system, by dilating the bronchi and facilitating decongestion. It is used in moderation for bruises, burns, calluses, Candida, corns, cuts, eczema, fly repellent, fungal infections, inflammations, insect bites, rashes, sore muscles, sprains and warts.
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