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Dried Apricot Fruit

Clove Leaf Oil (eugenia Caryophyllata)

Clove Leaf Oil (eugenia Caryophyllata)
Origin of Clove leaf essential oil
A native of Indonesia and the Malacca Islands. The Latin word 'Clavus' means nail shaped, referring to the bud. It was often used by the Greeks, Roman and the Chinese to ease toothache and as a breath sweetener, especially when talking to the Emperor. It has antiseptic properties and was used in the prevention of contagious diseases such as the Plaque.

Description of Clove leaf
It is a slender evergreen that grows up to 12 meters in height (approximately 36 feet). It change color over time and is beaten from the trees and dried.

Appearance Thin liquid

Aroma Fresh and spicy scent

Color Colourless to pale yellow

Chemical constituentsClove oil has various chemical compounds that include eugenol, eugenol acetate, iso-eugenol and caryophyllene.

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

Aromatherapy uses
The therapeutic properties of clove oil are analgesic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, anti-neuralgic, anti-infectious, carminative, disinfectant, insecticide, stimulant, stomachic, uterine and tonic.
Pharmaceutical uses
Clove oil can be used for acne, bruises, burns and cuts, keeping infection at bay and as a pain reliever. It helps with toothache, mouth sores, rheumatism and arthritis. It is beneficial to the digestive system, effective against vomiting, diarrhea, flatulence, spasms and parasites, as well as bad breath. Clove oil is valuable for relieving respiratory problems like bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis.Clove is a strong germicide, a powerful antiseptic, a weak local anaesthetic applied to decayed teeth and has been used with success as a stimulating expectorant in phthisis and bronchial troubles.

Cosmetics and Toiletries
Clove oil is used in dental preparations and as a fragrance component in toothpastes, soaps, toiletries, cosmetics and perfumes. Clove oil may be used for scents, aroma synergies, in diffusers, soapmaking recipes, in glycerin soap base or natural hair care products. It is used as a substitute in functional fragrances and in candle industry. It is widely used as incence material in Chinese and Japanese culture. It is used in toothache and dental preparations. It is used in gargle and mouthwash preparations due to its antiseptic properties.

Flavorings
Clove oil is used in spices and condiments and also as a flavoring ingredient in major food categories, alcoholic and soft drinks. Clove is a highly valued flavor used as food preservative. It is used in many Indian cuisine especially in almost every sauce or side dish made, mostly ground up along with other spices.

Clove is also a key ingredient in tea along with green cardamoms. In the south indian cuisine, it finds extensive use in the biryani dish and is normally added whole spice to enhance the flavor of rice.

Industrial preparation
Clove is used in the production of printing ink, glue and varnish. Clove leaf oil is used as the starting material for the isolation of eugenol an important industrial constituent.It is used in painting industry to slow the drying time of oil paints. Clove oil is added to suppress the odor of turpentine and even this small amount can give the medium a pleasant odor. Clove oil is also used as a preservative in water-based painting mediums, such as casein, egg tempera, glue (distemper) and watercolor.

Ylang Ylang Oil (cannaga Odorata)

Ylang Ylang Oil (cannaga Odorata)
Origin of YlangYlang essential oil
The name means 'flower of flowers'. In Indonesia, the flower petals are strewn upon the bed on wedding nights. The oil was once a popular ingredient of hair preparations in Europe and was known as macassar oil.

Description of YlangYlang essential
It is a tall tropical tree about 20 meters (60 feet) high with large, tender, fragrant pink, mauve or yellow flowers and is cultivated in Java, Sumatra, Reunion, Madagascar and the Comores. The flowers are very fragrant often growing in clusters .Fruit oblong and indehiscent with 3-13 pale brown,seeds embedded in yellow and oily pulp. Ylang ylang oil has an exotic, sweet smell and is slightly yellow in color. It is generally the yellow flower from which ylang ylang essential oil is extracted.

Appearance Liquid

Aroma Fresh, floral, sweet, slightly fruity, fragrant yet delicate.

Color Clear to yellow tinge

Chemical constituentsYlangYlang oil has various chemical compounds that include monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, eugenol and safrole. The essential oil contains linalool, geranyl acetate, caryophyllene, cresyl methyl ether, methyl benzoate, benzyl acetate, benzyl benzoate and other sesquiterpenes.

Extraction YlangYlang oil is extracted from the freshly picked flowers of the ylang ylang tree by steam distillation.

Aromatherapy uses
The aromatherapy properties includes antidepressant, anti-infectious, euphoric, , relaxant, antiseborrhoeic, antiseptic, hypotensive, nervine, regulator, (nervous), stimulant (circulatory) and tonic. Ylang Ylang oil is used in aromatherapy to control sebum production. It is regarded as being very useful for dealing with both oily and dry skin conditions. This is because this essential oil seems to soften the skin with its ability to balance the level of moisture within the skin.

Pharmaceutical uses
It is useful in situation like depression, nervous tension, high blood pressure, hyperpnoea (abnormally fast breathing), tachycardia, palpitations and digestive upsets and try to overcome these hindrances. It is very useful for skin care such as for acne, hair growth, hair rinse, insect bites, irritated and oily skin.

Cosmetics and Toiletries
An ointment is derived from ylang ylang which is put to several uses including cosmetic purposes, hair care, skin diseases. It is used to prevent fevers and to combat infections.

In the Pacific region, women use ylang ylang oil in a blend with coconut oil on their hair.Ylang oil is also used as a body moisturizer and also to prevent fevers and combat infections. Ylang ylang oil is used in the bath, inhalations, vaporizer, local massage, skin ointments and lotions. It is high grade essential oil used in soap making, massage oils, bath oil and also as a perfume body oil. It is regarded as very expensive oil. It is also used as a tonic for the scalp and to encourage the growth of hair. Ylang Ylang oil also is used as a shampoo base or as a hair conditioner by blending it with a carrier oil (e.g, jojoba oil) and massaging it into the hair tips after shampooing the hair. This helps reduce the incidence of split ends in the hair.

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.

Pharmaceutical uses:
Oil cure, treat or prevent practically everything-from rheumatoid arthritis, breast pain, hot flushes, premenstrual syndrome, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and dry skin, relief of allergies, reducing joint inflammation and swelling asociated with arthritis, promoting healthy heart function, blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Evening Primrose Oil contain two essential fatty acids: gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) an essential fatty acid that the body does not manufacture and linoleic acid (LA). Both GLA and LA are said to aid in the reduction of pain and inflammation. The oil is said to have an effect in lowering blood pressure and in preventing the clumping of platelets, it has been recommended in treating cirrhosis of the liver and is most commonly taken for premenstrual problems.

Flavorings
The leaves of primrose can be cooked and eaten as greens. The roots can be boiled like potatoes and eaten. The flowers are sweet and can be used in salads or as a garnishings. The young seedpods can be steamed and the ripe seeds can be roasted in an oven for 15 to 20 min. at 350°C and used on bread or in salads. The roasted seeds can be sprinkled like pepper. 

The seed contains 28% of a drying oil. It is edible and a very good source of gamma-linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid that is not found in many plant sources and has numerous vital functions in the body. The seed contains 28% of a drying oil. It is edible and a very good source of gamma-linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid that is not found in many plant sources and has numerous vital functions in the body. It has been a very well food supplement and is relished . It is also taken internally in the treatment of eczema, acne, brittle nails, rheumatoid arthritis and alcohol-related liver damage. Regular consumption of the oil helps to reduce blood cholesterol levels and lower the blood pressure.

A tea made from the roots is used in the treatment of obesity and bowel pains. 

Hedychium Oil (hedychium Spicatum)

Hedychium Oil (hedychium Spicatum)
Origin of Hedychium oil
The plant is a native of the Himalayas and the rhizome is known in Hindoostan as kafur-kachri or kapur-kachri and is kept dried in slices which are 1/2 to 3/8 inch in diameter and from 1/4 to 3/8 inch in thickness.

Description of Hedychium oil
It is an annual herb with horizontal root-stock and tubesous root fibres, leaves are 30 cms or at times more than that in length. Flowers ascending and densed and of yellow in color. Inflorescene is spiked. Capsule is globose. The rhizomes are aromatic with bitter camphorous taste.

AppearanceLiquid

Aroma Aromatic with a fragrant, somewhat pungent smell

Color Light yellow color

Chemical constituentsHedychium oil has various chemical compounds that include ethyl ester of p-methoxy cinnamic acid, sesquiterpenes and methyl paracumarine acetate. It also contains sitosterol and its glycoside.

Extraction It is extracted by the steam distillation of berries.

Aromatherapy uses
Some of the properties include bactericide, fungicide, stomachic, tonic and expectorant. It is also used as febrifuge, excitant and anti-rheumatic in the Ayurvedic system. It has been prescribed and used in treatment of headache, lancinating pain, contusion, inflammatory and intense pain due to rheumatism etc. It is used in nausea, liver disorder, bronchial asthma, halitosis and vomiting. Also useful in diminished appetite, hiccups, local inflammation etc

Cosmetics and Toiletries
It has been described as useful specially as an antiasthmatic agent. It counteracts bad mouth taste and smell.

Due to its woody,spicy & peculiar odour like roots, it is used in perfume formulations. It is used in hair oil especially to prevent baldness and hairfall and makes them more manageable. It is reported for its anti-microbial properties and used traditionally as one of the ingredient in herbal vanising creams to protect the skin from sun's UV rays.

An essential oil obtained from the flowers is valued in high grade perfumes. An essential oil obtained from the flowers is valued in high grade perfume.The root contains 1.7% essential oil, which is used medicinally.

Young buds and flowers are eaten or used as a flavouring. The root is cooked and is also a famine food.

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. 

Cosmetics and Toiletries:
Henna is extensively used in manufacture of shampoos and hair care products. It helps strengthen the roots of the hair and nourishes the hair-shafts, promoting new hair growth and strengthening current hair, spreads the natural oil of the hair, increasing hair luster and vibrancy. It helps protect hair from the damaging effects of the sun and harsh weather by improving resiliency over time. It has been used for few hair tonics, lotions, soaps, shampoos, conditioners, room scenting and candles. It is also used as natural hair dyes, temporary tattoos, body decoration, hair conditioner/nourisher. 

Perfumes: 
Henna blossoms are placed between woolen garments as they radiate a soothing aroma that lends subtle fragrance to the apparels. It is also used because it keeps moths away from destroying the garments. Besides, preparing a suspension of comminuted flowers in vegetable oil for a pleasant aroma is a popular practice. It is also used in perfumery.

Henna tattoos:
Henna body art or tattoos are made by applying henna paste to skin. Whole, unbroken henna leaves will not stain the skin. Henna will not stain skin until the lawsone molecules are made available from the henna leaf. Fresh henna leaves will stain the skin if they are smashed with a mildly acidic liquid. This will stain skin within moments, but it is difficult to form intricate patterns from coarse crushed leaves. Dried ground, sifted henna leaves are easily worked into a paste that can used to make intricate body art.

Glitter henna:
Glitter henna is the latest craze to hit the fashion scene. It is not merely being used for decorative purpose, but also for making a unique fashion statement. They are latest fad all around the globe. Manufacturers are designing stylish and innovative glitter henna and exporting to meet the growing demand for such products. It is waterproof and does not have any adverse effects on skin. It is available in the form of henna cones and henna sticks 

Juniper Berry Oil (juniperus Communis)

Juniper Berry Oil (juniperus Communis)
Juniper berry oil (Juniperus Communis)

Origin of Juniper berry essential oil:
Native to northern regions of Europe, Asia and America. As a herb it has great medicinal value and is used against contagious diseases such as cholera, typhoid fever and the plague in Tibet and in Europe.

Description of Juniper berry oil:
An evergreen perennial shrub that may reach up to 5-meter(15 ft.)high with bluish-green narrow needle like leaves. It has an irregular stem and the leaves are terminated by a sharp thorn. Inconspicuous male and female flowers on separate plants. The berries are round and blue-violet in color. Juniper oil can be extracted from the berries, as well as the needles and wood. It has a fresh, clear but slightly woody aroma and is a pale oil with a watery viscosity.

Appearance: Thin liquid

Aroma : : Crisp, Earthy, Sweet, Herbaceous, with almost a hidden fruity note

Color : Pale yellow

Chemical constituents: Juniper berry oil has various chemical compounds that include Borneol, Terpinenol, Myrcene, Monoterpenes, pinene, sabinene, limonene, cymene, thujene and camphene.

Apricot, Dried Apricot Fruit, Apricot Seeds

Apricot, Dried Apricot Fruit, Apricot Seeds
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Description
A medium-sized deciduous tree, Twiss glabrous. Leaves convoluted in bud, blade broadly ovate, 5-7cm long by 3.805cm wide, acuminate, crenate-glandular, hairy on the nerves beneath when young, sometimes sparsely hispid above, when mature glabrous except for the axils of the nerves beneath, petiole about 2.5cm long, glanular, stipules lanceolate, glandular on the margins. Flowers in spring, pinkish at first then white, appearing before the leaves, solitary or fascicled, pedicle very short, Calyx-tube campanulate, puberulous, 5mm long, loves rounded, pubescent, half the length of the tube. Petals sub-orbicular, 7.5-13mm long, Stamens inserted at the mouth of the calyx-tube. Ovary and base of the style hairy. Drupe downy or glabrous, yellow tinged with red, stone smooth with a thickened sulcate margin. The seed, used as a drug is 1-1.0cm long by 0.8-1.5cm wide and 0.5-0.8cm thick, and is flattened-cordate in shape, the taste is thin, brown and scrufy, one edge of the seed is more acute, the other more rounded, cotyledons 2, white, oily, odour none taste bitter.

Chemical Constituents
The chief protein of almond is a globulin, amandin an albumin is also reported. The essential amino acid make-up of amandin, arginine, histidine, lysine, phenylalanine, leucine and valine. Tryptophan and cystine are also present.

Cosmetic Uses
Apricot moisturizes dry skin and provides vitamin A. Crushed apricot seeds and loofah to gently remove dead cells and its great gift for anyone who likes to keep their skin soft and healthy. Crushed apricot seeds act as a mild abrasive to dislodge and exfoliate dead skin from dry or rough areas. The seeds contain the components Vitamin B-17, which, in the body, produce a metabolite of cyanide. For that reason, and in internal uses, apricot kernel should only used by experienced herbalists and practitioners familiar with their use. They should never be used on children in internal.

Mash fresh or dried (rehydrate overnight) apricots mixed with warm olive oil to form a spreadable paste.

Apricot Kernel Oil moisturizes and revitalizes skin, but is especially effective on dry and aged skin. This oil is a popular massage oil and it is used a carrier oil when combined with essential oils for aromatherapy. Apricot Kernel Oil is commonly used to relieve itching, dryness, and inflammation of the skin and is for all skin types. Apricot kernel oil is obtained from the dried kernels of the apricot tree. The oil is usually expeller pressed from the kernels and some brands may use additional refining procedures, which does not allow the oil to be labeled cold pressed or unrefined. It is high in monounsaturated fat and contains no trans-fatty acids, so it is a very healthy oil. It is suitable for high heat cooking methods, such as sautéing and pan-frying, and the mild flavor makes it a good choice for salad dressings. It is also popular as a body oil. Apricot kernel oil is most often available in gourmet shops and in some food stores.

Apricot kernel oil is rich in vitamins E & A to rejuvenate and invigorate the skin, helping it to retain. Rich in E.F.A. (essential fatty acids like oleic acid and linoleic acid), apricot kernel oil is high in Vitamin A. It spreads easily on the skin and provides useful elements to its health. It is smooth and lightweight. This excellent texture is great for prematurely aged skin and skin that is dry and irritated.

Neem Leaves / Neem Tree / Margosa Tree Parts

Neem Leaves / Neem Tree / Margosa Tree Parts
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Neem LeavesNeem Tree SeedsNeem Bark, Neem Oil
Description
A medium to large sized tree, 15-20m in height with a clear bole of 7.0m having grayish to dark grey tubercled bark, leaved compound, imparipinnate, leaflets, subopposutem serrate, very oblique at base; flowers cream or yellowish white in axillary panicles, staminal tubes conspicuous, cylindric, widening above 9-10 lobed at the apex: fruits one-seeded drupes with woody endocarp greenish yellow when ripe, seeds ellipsoid, cotyledons thick, fleshy and oily. 

Chemical Constituents
the stembark contain: tannin, non-tannin and red dye. The bark exudes a clear, bright, amber -colored gum, known as the East-India Gum. The neem leaves contain nimbin, nimbinene, 6-desacetynimbinene, bimbandiol, nimbolide and quercetin. The presence of B-sitosterol, no-hexacosanol and nonacosane is also reported in neem leaves. Analysis of the mature neem tree leaves gave mositure, protein, fat, fibres, carbohydrates, and minerals, calcium phosporus, iron, thiamine, niacin, vitamin carotene and cal val. The amino acids present in neem tree seeds and leaves are: glutamic acid, tyrosine, aspartic acid alanine, proline, and glutamine. The neem fruits contain gedunin, 7-deacetoxy-7a-hydroxy gedunin, azadiradione, azadirone, 17B-hydroxy-azadiradione, 17-epiazadiradione and nimbiol. 

Cosmtic uses
Blood purifier and beauty enhancer Neem is highly anti-bacterial and therefore the neem leaves have been used for centuries to make anti-bacterial washes and poultices. Use the neem leaves extract in face packs, body wraps, and for acne prone skin. Add to (mild) scrubs for skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis. Use in a gardeners hand scrub with corn meal to provide anti-bacterial cleansing after working in the soil. The neem oil is used in hair dressings; resin is added to skin lotions. 

Neem oil, leaves and neem extracts are used to manufacture health and beauty care products. Some of such products are soaps, bath powders, shampoos, lotions and creams, toothpastes, neem leaf tablets to increase immunity, insect repellents, pet care products, etc. 

The margosa oil is used for burning and for hydrogenation. Neem tree is considered a good purifier of air due to its large leaf area. Oil cake, obtained from neem seeds, is used as a fertiliser and manure. Neem leaves are used to repel insects and to preserve woollens. Extract of neem tree leaves is used in soaps. 

For acne relief try mixing Neem and Sandalwood in equal proportions and apply this paste to the affected area. For dandruff relief heat coconut oil and add a bit of Neem. Apply to scalp once a week 

SPECIFIC USES OF NEEM

Skin Conditions
Neem tree including neem tree seeds and neem tree leaves has an almost magical effect on chronic skin conditions that fail to respond to conventional treatments. Acne, psoriasis, eczema, and ringworm are conditions that are effectively treated by a Neem preparation. 

Hair and Nails
Scalp conditions like dandruff, scaling and even hair loss improve with Neem products. Yellow or brittle nails, caused by the presence of yeast or fungi, are normalised by the use of Neem tree seeds and leaves. 

Teeth and Gums
Neem mouth rinse is very effective in the treatment of infections, tooth decay, bleeding and sore gums. A mouthwash, using Neem oil, has been used at my practice for the treatment of mouth ulcers. 

Medicinal Uses
the bark is bitter, astringent, acrid, refrigerant, deopurative, antiperiodic, vulnerary, demulcent, insecticidal, liver tonic, expectorant, unrinary astrangent, anthelmintic.

Neem Leaves / Neem Tree / Margosa Tree Parts

Neem Leaves / Neem Tree / Margosa Tree Parts
Parts offered
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Neem LeavesNeem Tree SeedsNeem Bark, Neem OilDescription
A medium to large sized tree, 15-20m in height with a clear bole of 7.0m having grayish to dark grey tubercled bark, leaved compound, imparipinnate, leaflets, subopposutem serrate, very oblique at base; flowers cream or yellowish white in axillary panicles, staminal tubes conspicuous, cylindric, widening above 9-10 lobed at the apex: fruits one-seeded drupes with woody endocarp greenish yellow when ripe, seeds ellipsoid, cotyledons thick, fleshy and oily. 

Chemical Constituents
the stembark contain: tannin, non-tannin and red dye. The bark exudes a clear, bright, amber -colored gum, known as the East-India Gum. The neem leaves contain nimbin, nimbinene, 6-desacetynimbinene, bimbandiol, nimbolide and quercetin. The presence of B-sitosterol, no-hexacosanol and nonacosane is also reported in neem leaves. Analysis of the mature neem tree leaves gave mositure, protein, fat, fibres, carbohydrates, and minerals, calcium phosporus, iron, thiamine, niacin, vitamin carotene and cal val. The amino acids present in neem tree seeds and leaves are: glutamic acid, tyrosine, aspartic acid alanine, proline, and glutamine. The neem fruits contain gedunin, 7-deacetoxy-7a-hydroxy gedunin, azadiradione, azadirone, 17B-hydroxy-azadiradione, 17-epiazadiradione and nimbiol. 

Cosmtic uses
Blood purifier and beauty enhancer Neem is highly anti-bacterial and therefore the neem leaves have been used for centuries to make anti-bacterial washes and poultices. Use the neem leaves extract in face packs, body wraps, and for acne prone skin. Add to (mild) scrubs for skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis. Use in a gardeners hand scrub with corn meal to provide anti-bacterial cleansing after working in the soil. The neem oil is used in hair dressings; resin is added to skin lotions. 

Neem oil, leaves and neem extracts are used to manufacture health and beauty care products. Some of such products are soaps, bath powders, shampoos, lotions and creams, toothpastes, neem leaf tablets to increase immunity, insect repellents, pet care products, etc. 

The margosa oil is used for burning and for hydrogenation. Neem tree is considered a good purifier of air due to its large leaf area. Oil cake, obtained from neem seeds, is used as a fertiliser and manure. Neem leaves are used to repel insects and to preserve woollens. Extract of neem tree leaves is used in soaps. 

For acne relief try mixing Neem and Sandalwood in equal proportions and apply this paste to the affected area. For dandruff relief heat coconut oil and add a bit of Neem. Apply to scalp once a week 

SPECIFIC USES OF NEEM

Skin Conditions
Neem tree including neem tree seeds and neem tree leaves has an almost magical effect on chronic skin conditions that fail to respond to conventional treatments. Acne, psoriasis, eczema, and ringworm are conditions that are effectively treated by a Neem preparation.

Rose Petals, Rose Oil

Rose Petals, Rose Oil
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Rose petals, Rose Oil, Rose water.

Description
A small, erect, prickly shrub with unequal, large, hooked prickles and many bristles, leaves compound, alternate, leaflets usually five, rachis not prickly, flowers usually pink, very fragrant, very double on long slender pedicels, calyx tube globose, ovoid, the mouth contracted, lobes 4-5 imbricate, petals many, stames many, inserted on the mouth of the calyx tube, carpels many in the bottom of the calyx tube, style subterminal, free stigma thickened, ovules solitary, pendulous, fruit a fleshy his enclosing bony achenes, seeds small, pendulous.

Chemical Constituents
Essential oil, Querctin, Kaempferol and cyaniding from whole plant, cyaniding 3, 5- diglucoside from petalsm. Detection of citronell, nerol, and phenylethanol in essential oil. Flowers contain a bitter principle, tannin matter, fatty oil and organic acids. Hips contain the pigments lycopene. ? -and y-carotenes, rubixanthin, zeaxanthin, xanthophylla and taranthin.

Cosmetic Use
Rose is good for most skin types and is used in a wide range of cosmetics. Rosewater is a natural cosmetic made from Rose oil, Alcohol, and distilled water. Used to make cold creams and lotions and other cosmetic uses. may be used in potpourri as a pleasant cent. Mix with vegetable glycerine for moisturizing use. Mostly perfumery, also in toilet preparations, lozenges and toothpaste. Homes uses in butter, syrup, jams and honey. Rose water is used in desserts, pastries and cakes.

Rose Petals, Rose Oil

Rose Petals, Rose Oil
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Rose petals, Rose Oil, Rose water

Description
A small, erect, prickly shrub with unequal, large, hooked prickles and many bristles, leaves compound, alternate, leaflets usually five, rachis not prickly, flowers usually pink, very fragrant, very double on long slender pedicels, calyx tube globose, ovoid, the mouth contracted, lobes 4-5 imbricate, petals many, stames many, inserted on the mouth of the calyx tube, carpels many in the bottom of the calyx tube, style subterminal, free stigma thickened, ovules solitary, pendulous, fruit a fleshy his enclosing bony achenes, seeds small, pendulous.

Chemical Constituents
Essential oil, Querctin, Kaempferol and cyaniding from whole plant, cyaniding 3, 5- diglucoside from petalsm. Detection of citronell, nerol, and phenylethanol in essential oil. Flowers contain a bitter principle, tannin matter, fatty oil and organic acids. Hips contain the pigments lycopene. ? -and y-carotenes, rubixanthin, zeaxanthin, xanthophylla and taranthin.

Cosmetic Use
Rose is good for most skin types and is used in a wide range of cosmetics. Rosewater is a natural cosmetic made from Rose oil, Alcohol, and distilled water. Used to make cold creams and lotions and other cosmetic uses. may be used in potpourri as a pleasant cent. Mix with vegetable glycerine for moisturizing use. Mostly perfumery, also in toilet preparations, lozenges and toothpaste. Homes uses in butter, syrup, jams and honey. Rose water is used in desserts, pastries and cakes.

Rose Petals, Rose Oil

Rose Petals, Rose Oil
Parts Offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Rose petals, Rose Oil, Rose water

Description
A small, erect, prickly shrub with unequal, large, hooked prickles and many bristles, leaves compound, alternate, leaflets usually five, rachis not prickly, flowers usually pink, very fragrant, very double on long slender pedicels, calyx tube globose, ovoid, the mouth contracted, lobes 4-5 imbricate, petals many, stames many, inserted on the mouth of the calyx tube, carpels many in the bottom of the calyx tube, style subterminal, free stigma thickened, ovules solitary, pendulous, fruit a fleshy his enclosing bony achenes, seeds small, pendulous.

Chemical Constituents
Essential oil, Querctin, Kaempferol and cyaniding from whole plant, cyaniding 3, 5- diglucoside from petalsm. Detection of citronell, nerol, geraniol and phenylethanol in essential oil. Flowers contain a bitter principle, tannin matter, fatty oil and organic acids. Hips contain the pigments lycopene. ? -and y-carotenes, rubixanthin, zeaxanthin, xanthophylla and taranthin.

Cosmetic Use
Rose is good for most skin types and is used in a wide range of cosmetics. Rosewater is a natural cosmetic made from Rose oil, Alcohol, and distilled water. Used to make cold creams and lotions and other cosmetic uses. may be used in potpourri as a pleasant cent. Mix with vegetable glycerine for moisturizing use. Mostly perfumery, also in toilet preparations, lozenges and toothpaste. Homes uses in butter, syrup, jams and honey. Rose water is used in desserts, pastries and cakes.

Medical
Internal - asthma, high blood pressure, bronchitis, slow circulation, diarrhea, dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation), cough, fever, fluid retention, Indigestion, insomnia, palpitation, stress, urinary tract infections.

External
abrasions, boils, burns, fragile capillaries, post natal depression, dermatitis, eczema headache, insomnia, poor memory, rashes, sores, oral thrush, tinea.

Rose Water
Rose Water is the by product of producing rose essential oil. It has skin softening, toning, soothing and healing properties. Was used during Victorian times to soothe the skin. Rose water is nature's finest beauty tonic. It is perfect after a facial or cleansing. If you rinse your hair in rose water, it gives it a natural shine by closing the cuticle.

Apricot, Dried Apricot Fruit, Apricot Seeds

Apricot, Dried Apricot Fruit, Apricot Seeds
Product Offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :- Dried Apricot, Dried Apricot Fruit.Description
A medium-sized deciduous tree, Twiss glabrous. Leaves convoluted in bud, blade broadly ovate, 5-7cm long by 3.805cm wide, acuminate, crenate-glandular, hairy on the nerves beneath when young, sometimes sparsely hispid above, when mature glabrous except for the axils of the nerves beneath, petiole about 2.5cm long, glanular, stipules lanceolate, glandular on the margins. Flowers in spring, pinkish at first then white, appearing before the leaves, solitary or fascicled, pedicle very short, Calyx-tube campanulate, puberulous, 5mm long, loves rounded, pubescent, half the length of the tube. Petals sub-orbicular, 7.5-13mm long, Stamens inserted at the mouth of the calyx-tube. Ovary and base of the style hairy. Drupe downy or glabrous, yellow tinged with red, stone smooth with a thickened sulcate margin. Apricot seeds are used as a drug is 1-1.0cm long by 0.8-1.5cm wide and 0.5-0.8cm thick, and is flattened-cordate in shape, the taste is thin, brown and scrufy, one edge of the seed is more acute, the other more rounded, cotyledons 2, white, oily, odour none taste bitter.

Chemical Constituents
The chief protein of almond is a globulin, amandin an albumin is also reported. The essential amino acid make-up of amandin, arginine, histidine, lysine, phenylalanine, leucine and valine. Tryptophan and cystine are also present.

Cosmetic Uses
Apricot moisturizes dry skin and provides vitamin A. Crushed apricot seeds and loofah to gently remove dead cells and its great gift for anyone who likes to keep their skin soft and healthy. Crushed apricot seeds act as a mild abrasive to dislodge and exfoliate dead skin from dry or rough areas. The seeds contain the components Vitamin B-17, which, in the body, produce a metabolite of cyanide. For that reason, and in internal uses, apricot kernel should only used by experienced herbalists and practitioners familiar with their use. They should never be used on children in internal.

Mash fresh or dried (rehydrate overnight) apricots mixed with warm olive oil to form a spreadable paste.

Apricot Kernel Oil moisturizes and revitalizes skin, but is especially effective on dry and aged skin. This oil is a popular massage oil and it is used a carrier oil when combined with essential oils for aromatherapy. Apricot Kernel Oil is commonly used to relieve itching, dryness, and inflammation of the skin and is for all skin types. Apricot kernel oil is obtained from the dried kernels of the apricot tree. The oil is usually expeller pressed from the kernels and some brands may use additional refining procedures, which does not allow the oil to be labeled cold pressed or unrefined. It is high in monounsaturated fat and contains no trans-fatty acids, so it is a very healthy oil. It is suitable for high heat cooking methods, such as sautéing and pan-frying, and the mild flavor makes it a good choice for salad dressings. It is also popular as a body oil. Apricot kernel oil is most often available in gourmet shops and in some food stores.

Apricot kernel oil is rich in vitamins E & A to rejuvenate and invigorate the skin, helping it to retain. Rich in E.F.A. (essential fatty acids like oleic acid and linoleic acid), apricot kernel oil is high in Vitamin A. It spreads easily on the skin and provides useful elements to its health. It is smooth and lightweight. This excellent texture is great for prematurely aged skin and skin that is dry and irritated.


Cypress Oil ( Cupressus Sempervirens)

Origin of Cypress essential oil :
Originated from the East, native to turkey and India and now mostly found in gardens and cemetries in the Mediterranean region. It is an evergreen tree with dark green foliage, small flowers and round brown-gray cones with seed nuts inside. Its appearance adds serenity and timeless grace wherever it is planted.

Description of Cypress essential :
The tree is a perennial tree, conical-shaped about 28 meters (80 feet) high, tiny dark green leaves, having male and female cones. Cypress oil has a woody, slightly spicy and refreshing masculine smell. The oil is colorless to very pale yellow in color and watery in viscosity.

Appearance: Liquid

Aroma : : Sweet, balsamic and spicy. It has a very pleasant evergreen aroma, smoky, woody, dry and slightly nutty

ColorPale yellow

Chemical constituents: It contains volatile oil and tannins.

Extraction: Steam distillation of needles

Aromatherapy uses :
It helps in purifying, warming, supports eliminating excessive fluids and concentration which seems to be helpful in enhancing, reviving, restorative, comforting and protective a great oil for times of grief and difficult transitions. The therapeutic properties of cypress oil are astringent, antiseptic, vasoconstrictor, antispasmodic, deodorant, diuretic, deodorant, haemostatic, hepatic, respiratory tonic and . Cypress oil has a calming and soothing effect on the irritable, angry and stressed-out person.

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.

Perfumery 
It is used in making perfumes, also add fragrance to skin care products, provides aid relaxation and to clear congested air passage. Cypress essential oil is mostly used in blending with Rose essential oil for a blend that assists in grieving and outgrowing sadness and use in a diffuser or as a massage blend. It can be added with 9 drops of Aromaland's Toning, Theratone or Theraclear Blends (which contain Cypress) to 1oz. of unscented body care product. It mixes well with Cedarwood & Pine, Mandarin & Orange, Sandalwood, Lavender, Clary Sage, Marjoram, Juniper, Rose, Jasmine, Cardamom and many more.It is mainly used in many Men's colognes and aftershaves. Also used as purifying incense by the Tibetans.

Geranium Oil (pelargonium Graveolens)

Origin of Geranium essential oil:
In the early 19th century, Commercial production of geranium oil began in France. Geraniums are native to arid areas of South Africa's Cape province. The first species was probably pelargonium capitatum which still grows wild today. Widely used in the production of perfumes and cosmetics, it can be made to imitate many fragrances and is often used to 'stretch' the much more expensive oil of rose.

Description of Geranium essential oil:
The plant is highly drought resistant. This particular variety grows to about two feet high and has serrated, pointed leaves and small pink flowers. The whole plant is aromatic. It is found on waste land, in hedgerows and on the outskirts of woods. Essential oils is extracted by steam distillation from the leaves, stalks and flowers. It is considered to be one of the best skincare oils, offering relief from congested, oily and dry skin.

Appearance: Liquid

Aroma : : Pleasant, Fresh, Rose-resembling aroma. 

Color : Green

Chemical constituents: Geranium oil has various chemical compounds that include isomenthone, menthone, phellandrene, sabinene, linalol and citronellol

Extraction: It is extracted by steam distillation of leaves and flowers.

Aromatherapy uses:
Geranium can be used in the treatment of inflammation which provides mild as well as soothing effect. The action on the nervous system is pronounced being a with uplifting characteristics. Geranium is reputed to be highly effective in assisting with pre-menstrual tension, excessive fluid retention, menopausal problems, uterine and breast cancers. The therapeutic properties of geranium oil are antidepressant, antiseptic, astringent, cicatrisant, cytophylactic, diuretic, deodorant, haemostatic, styptic, tonic, vermifuge and vulnerary.

It is a wonderful oil to use as a hormone balancer for P.M.T. and menopause. It can also be used in a massage blend for painful periods and sore breasts as it also has an analgesic effect. 
It is a predominantly female oil.

Cosmetics and Toiletries: 
It is used as a fragrance in all kinds of cosmetic products like soaps, creams, perfumes etc. This oil is rejuvenating to the skin, treating acne, bacterial and fungal infections and to treat wounds and scars. Geranium skin preparations are gently astringent, opening pores and clearing oily complexions. A tonifying cream containing geranium oil makes a nourishing moisturizer and makeup remover. A good massage can be prepared by adding 2 drops of geranium and 3 drops of mandarin with 10ml or 1 desert spoon full of vegetable oil for a skin conditioning blend for use to remove streatch marks of broken capillaries.
Vaporisation/difusion : To create a harmonious and streanthening atmosphere in times of hormonal imbalance, a few drops of geranium can be added on the vaporiser.

Fragrance :
Perfumery, air fresheners, cosmetics and hygienics, skin disorders, eczema and haemorrhoids. Geranium oil is also insect repellent and is good for headaches, dental abscess, stings and bites. Geranium is used in the following applications.

Burners and vaporizers
In vapor therapy geranium oil can be used to help relieve stress, mild depression, PMS, anxiety and tension, menopausal problems and for general energizing.

Blended massage oil or in the bath
Geranium oil can be used in blended massage oil, or diluted in a bath to assist with PMS, depression, stress, anxiety and tension, fluid retention, edema, eczema, shingles, cellulite, bruises, insect repellent, ringworm, hemorrhoids and menstrual irregularities.

Grapefruit Oil (citrus Paradisi)

Origin of Grapefruit essential oil: 
The fruit was discovered in the 1750s probably in barbados. Currently the grapefruit is said to be one of the "Seven Wonders of Barbados". It had developed as a hybrid of the pomelo(citrus maxima) with the sweet orange(Citrus sinensis), though it is rather closer to the first than the second. The official name being altered to Citrus paradisi. The grapefruit is a sub-tropical citrus tree grown for its fruit which are also known as grapefruit.

Description of Grapefruit essential oil: 
A spreading tree, petioles winged, flowers in clusters, fruits in clusters, flesh yellow or pink with white seeds. Grapefruit essential oil has a sharp refreshing smell and is either a pale yellow or light ruby color with a watery viscosity.

Appearance: Thin liquid

Aroma : : Citrusy, similar to lemon and reminiscent to the aroma of the grapefruit rind, but more concentrated.

Color : Pale yellow

Chemical constituents: Grapefruit oil has various chemical compounds that include pinene, sabinene, myrcene, limonene, , linalool, citronellal, decyl acetate, neryl acetate, terpinenol, , Citral and Neral.

Extraction: It is extracted by the cold expression of crude peel.

Aromatherapy uses:
Some of the therapeutic properties of grapefruit oil are antidepressant, antiseptic, aperitif, diuretic, disinfectant, lymphatic stimulant, tonic and anti-infectious.

Pharmaceutical uses: 
Grapefruit has a high vitamin C content and is therefore valuable to the immune system. It helps protect against colds and flu, has a very positive effect on obesity and also has diuretic properties, helping to remove excess water from the body and is therefore also great for treating cellulite. It has an uplifting effect on the mood and helps with stress and depression. It is used with great success to combat muscle fatigue and stiffness while stimulating the lymphatic system and thereby clearing the body of toxins. It helps to clear congested oily skin and also assists with acne, while toning the skin and tissues. It is used in hair care to promote hair growth. Grapefruit essential oil has been used for acne, appetite supprestant, cellulite, chills, circulation, colds, depression, detoxification, exhaustion-- physical and mental, flu/influenza, hair growth and tension headaches.

Cosmetics and Toiletries:
Grapefruit seed extract is a great nontoxic spray or wash for the cleaning of all pet areas, cages and bedding etc. to provide a germ free environment. It can be mixed by the quart or gallon size if necessary and sprayed onto large areas with any type of spraying device. There is no need to rinse it off as grapefruit seed extract is biodegradable and nontoxic. 

Grapefruit seed extract is also very economical at 10-15 drops per gallon. Cellumend is the most advanced cellulite cream to remove cellulite and to prevent the formation of new cellulite nodules. The formulation is based on superior natural ingredients as well as hi-tech patented ingredients. 

Grapefruit seed extract is an effective additive for cleaning and whitening toilets, sinks, tubs, tiles, carpets, laundry, clothing, linens, dish water and eating utensils. Many hospitals use grapefruit seed extract for the purposes with superior results. 

Industrial uses :
Grapefruit cream has lot of industrial applications.

Eclipta Alba Oil

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:

Bhringaraj has a Keshya effect, meaning that it directly nourishes and improves the hair. It is especially good for the liver, which is governed by the subcategory of Pitta called Ranjaka Pitta. Ranjaka literally translates as "that which colors", and explains the ability of Bhringaraj to balance and improve hair color from within. By improving liver function, Bhringaraj also helps to remove and prevent impurities (Ama) throughout the body. Oil is excellent for scalp and foot massage, promoting healthy hair growth and deep sleep. Roots and leaves stimulate the flow of bile into the intestine. The root is used as an emetic and purgative (laxative). The leaf juice is used as a liver tonic. It is believed to prevent aging, maintain and rejuvenate hair, teeth, bones, memory, sight and hearing. It is a rejuvenative for pitta, kidneys and liver. The root powder is used in Ayurvedic medicine for hepatitis, enlarged spleen and skin disorders.

Cosmetics and Toiletries:
The herb is used as hair tonic, the oil removes greying, balding, makes the hair darker. (Make hair oil by boiling leaf juice in coconut oil). The hair blackening action of the herbs might be based, in part, on a doctrine of signatures. The eclipta plant, when broken, exudes a blackish sticky juice.

Gandhapurna Oil/ Gandharan Oil

Gandhapurna Oil/ Gandharan Oil
Origin of Gandhapurna essential oil:

Description of Gandhapurna :

Appearance : Brownish liquid

Aroma : Typical

Color : Brownish

Chemical constituents:: Oil has various chemical compounds that include 

Therapeutic Effects: 
Gandhapurna Oil is very effective in body, koint pains

Gandhapurna essential oil Uses:
Oil is applied externally with success in acute rheumatism, sciatica and neuralgia. It is used in aches and pains. Oil is valuable for local inflammatory swellings, neuralgic pain, pleurodynia, myalgia, itching, and swelling and stiffness of the joints. It provides a good pain relieving application for acute articular and chronic rheumatism and in gonorrheal arthritis. 

Cosmetics and Toiletries: 
The powder from the seed is used to treat leprosy and leucoderma internally. It is also applied in the form of paste or ointment externally. The unsaponified oil has been used with success in case of leucoderma and psoriasis. It was shown to improve the color of skin (including removing white spots), hair and nails. 

It is useful in rheumatism, hookworm, diarrhoea, toothache, sciatica, fever, acute pain of nervine origin, intestinal worms and gout.
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