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Amla, Gooseberry, Emblic Myrobalan, Indian Gooseberry

Amla, Gooseberry, Emblic Myrobalan, Indian Gooseberry
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Amla, Amla Powder, Fresh and Dried Amla, Amla Extracts, Amla Seeds, Seedless Amla Fruit Powder, Amla Seed Extracts

Description
A small to medium sized deciduous tree, 8-18 m in height with thin light grey bark exfoliating in small thin irregular flakes; leaves simple, very many, subsessile, closely set along the branchlets, distichous, light green having the appearance of pinnate leaves; flowers greenish yellow, in axillary fascicles, unisexual, males numerous on short slender pedicels, females few, subsessile, ovary 3-celled; fruits globose, fleshy, pale yellow with six obscure vertical furrows enclosing 6 trigonous seeds in 2-seeded 3 crustaceous cocci.

Chemical Constituents
The major amino acids present are; alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, lysine, and proline, analysis of fresh fruit pulp gave moisture, protein, fat carbohydrates fibre, minerals, iron, niacin, and vitamin fruit ash contains; chromium and copper.

Cosmetic Uses
Amla has one of the purest forms of natural Vitamin C, 20 times higher than orange juice. It nourishes the hair, thickens and darkens it. It is said to penetrate the scalp and strengthen hair at its root, to stop and reverse abnormal hair loss and to promote stronger, healthier new growth. It is also an excellent conditioning herb.

The Amla fruit yields an oil that has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine to treat the hair and scalp. It is said to penetrate the scalp and strengthen hair at its root, to stop and reverse abnormal hair loss and to promote stronger, healthier hair growth. It is also an excellent conditioner to use as a hot oil treatment. Amla oil is used in shampoos, conditioning rinses, hair pomades and oil treatments. It can also be used in combination with Brahmi oil to strengthen the hair and add body. It is good in skin disorders, Respiratory infections and Premature aging. The dried fruit is detergent and is widely used as shampoo. These are so many known applications of this tree and its products that many companies dealing in traditional medicines use amla fruit for preparing different formulations for treating several diseases, as health tonic etc.

An Ancient farmula with therapeutis properties designed to penetrate hair shaft and naurish scalp. It contains powerful, preventive, protective and corrective qualities. It is useful in aloepecia and corrects split ends and prevents dryness. It encourages blood supply to the scalp.

Grape Seeds

Grape Seeds
Parts offered
Grape Seeds, Grape Seed Extracts, Grape seed Oil, Dried Grape FruitDescription
A large, deciduous tendri climber, tendrils, leaf-opposed, often bifid; leaves simple, more or less deeply 3-5 lobed, orbicular-cordate, irregularly toothed, glabrescent above., grey tomentose beneath, thin, membranous, flowers small green in leaf -opposed, panicled cymes; fruits bluish black, purplish or greenish berries, ovoid to globose; seeds 2- 4 with a discoidal tubercle on the back.

Chemical Constituents
The leaves contain thiamine, niacin, biotin, tocopherol, Hulme, hexokinase, catalase, ascorbic acid oxidase, perosidase, polyphenol oxidase, ascorbic acid oxidase, peroxidase and polyphenol oxidase.

Cosmetic uses
Rich in linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid quite important for the skin and the cell membranes, grape seed oil is allotted regenerative and restructuring virtues which allow a better control of skin moisturization. It moreover presents emollient and filmforming virtues. In formulation, it is a compound of the oily phase. Grape seed oil is a recommended ingredient in :

  • products for thin, greasy, damaged and delicate hair
  • regenerative products for mature, damaged and stressed skin, notably for around the eyes
  • body hygiene creams
  • lip balms
  • hand creams

GRAPE SEED OIL
It is rich in linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid quite important for the skin and the cell membranes. It is purported to have regenerative and restructuring virtues and has great skin moisturizing properties. Grape seed oil is a great non- greasy oil to use, but could be enriched by blending it with another carrier, such as almond or wheatgerm. This is a fine textured, oil with a very light, slightly sweet hint of a nutty aroma, and with a satiny finish. It contains vitamins, minerals, and protein, GLA, and a small amount of vitamin E.

Grape Seed is one of the most common oils used for massage. It is good for those folks whose skin does not seem to absorb easily. When it is used in skin care products it is usually blended with other more nutrient rich carriers. It is ideal for use in products for thin, greasy, damaged and delicate hair, body hygiene creams, lip balms, hand creams, and regenerative products for mature, damaged and stressed skin, notably for use around the eyes and neck.

Used primarily in massage oil blends & facial oils. Creates a smooth and cleansing facial product. However, most are solvent-extracted & if you are prone to acne or blackheads, some aestheticians recommend against its use on problem areas. But we also carry cold expeller-pressed in food/cosmetic grade.

Uses
The fruits are sweet, refrigerant, laxative, emollient intellect promoting, cardiotonic, haematinic, haemostatic, diuretic, , rejuvenating, nervine tonic, febrifuge, depurative, antispasmodic, digestive, stomachic, suppurative, expectorant and tonic. The leaves are astringent anodyne, diuretic and depurative, and are useful in cephalalgia, strangury, scabies, skin diseases, syphilis, haemorrhoids, splenomegaly, vomiting and stomatorrhagia. The flowers are expectorant emmenagogue and haematinic, and are useful in bronchitis, hepatopathy, anaemia, amenorrhoea and dysmenorrhoea.

Soap Nut, Ritta

Soap Nut, Ritta
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Soap Nut FruitsSoap Nut PowderSeedless Fruits, Soap Nut Fruit Powder, Leaves, RootsDescription
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. 

Uses
The roots and bark are expectorant and demulcent. The roots are good for hemicrania, hysteria and epilepsy. A decoction of the bark is good for cattle suffering from ulcers due to worm infestation after calving. The fruits are acrid, bitter, thermogenic, emetic, astringent, expectorant, anthelminitic, abortifacient and tonic. They are good for asthma, diarrhoea, cholera, lumbago, verminosis and gastralgia dyspepsia. 

Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon

Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon
Parts offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :- Cinnamon Bark and Cinnamon Oil

Description
A moderate sized evergreen tree, 8-18 m in height and 50 cm in diameter with reddish brown soft bark, having numerous small warts; leaves ovate or elliptic-ovate, shiny above, 3-5 ribbed from a little above the base, the side ribs ending about three- fourths up, the base usually rounded; flowers small in axillary or sub-terminal cymes or panicles; fruits ovoid berry, dark purple in colour having persistent perianth.

Chemical Constituents
Eugenol, O-methyl eugenol, benzaldehyde, cinnamaldehyde, I-a- pinene, I-a-and I-B-phellandrene, p-cymene, caryophyllene, benzyl benzoate and linalool. Presence of safrole, acetyleugenol, cinnamyl acetate and cinnamyl alcohol.

Cosmetic Uses
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) has many common everyday uses and some not so common uses. Everybody has probably used cinnamon for some reason, whether for cooking purposes or medicinal purposes. Despite being widely used in food and pharmacy it is also important in the cosmetic and perfumery industries (7). In some areas cinnamon has been known to be used for religious purposes. It is no wonder cinnamon is an important economic plant with all these possible uses for its products. Although it is mildly astringent, Cinnamon has few cosmetic uses as it is strongly stimulating to the skin and warms the body. It is stimulating, toning and warming. o Cosmetics (clove and carnation scent)

Mouthwashes, toothpaste, Dental cements and packing agents, Antiseptics, Food flavour, Over-the counter medicines.

Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon

Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon
Parts offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :- Cinnamon Bark and Cinnamon Oil

Description
A moderate sized evergreen tree, 8-18 m in height and 50 cm in diameter with reddish brown soft bark, having numerous small warts; leaves ovate or elliptic-ovate, shiny above, 3-5 ribbed from a little above the base, the side ribs ending about three- fourths up, the base usually rounded; flowers small in axillary or sub-terminal cymes or panicles; fruits ovoid berry, dark purple in colour having persistent perianth.

Chemical Constituents
Eugenol, O-methyl eugenol, benzaldehyde, cinnamaldehyde, I-a- pinene, I-a-and I-B-phellandrene, p-cymene, caryophyllene, benzyl benzoate and linalool. Presence of safrole, acetyleugenol, cinnamyl acetate and cinnamyl alcohol.

Cosmetic Uses
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) has many common everyday uses and some not so common uses. Everybody has probably used cinnamon for some reason, whether for cooking purposes or medicinal purposes. Despite being widely used in food and pharmacy it is also important in the cosmetic and perfumery industries (7). In some areas cinnamon has been known to be used for religious purposes. It is no wonder cinnamon is an important economic plant with all these possible uses for its products. Although it is mildly astringent, Cinnamon has few cosmetic uses as it is strongly stimulating to the skin and warms the body. It is stimulating, toning and warming. o Cosmetics (clove and carnation scent)

Mouthwashes, toothpaste, Dental cements and packing agents, Antiseptics, Food flavour, Over-the counter medicines.

Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon

Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon
Parts offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :- Cinnamon Bark and Cinnamon Oil


Description
A moderate sized evergreen tree, 8-18 m in height and 50 cm in diameter with reddish brown soft bark, having numerous small warts; leaves ovate or elliptic-ovate, shiny above, 3-5 ribbed from a little above the base, the side ribs ending about three- fourths up, the base usually rounded; flowers small in axillary or sub-terminal cymes or panicles; fruits ovoid berry, dark purple in colour having persistent perianth.

Chemical Constituents
Eugenol, O-methyl eugenol, benzaldehyde, cinnamaldehyde, I-a- pinene, I-a-and I-B-phellandrene, p-cymene, caryophyllene, benzyl benzoate and linalool. Presence of safrole, acetyleugenol, cinnamyl acetate and cinnamyl alcohol.

Cosmetic Uses
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) has many common everyday uses and some not so common uses. Everybody has probably used cinnamon for some reason, whether for cooking purposes or medicinal purposes. Despite being widely used in food and pharmacy it is also important in the cosmetic and perfumery industries (7). In some areas cinnamon has been known to be used for religious purposes. It is no wonder cinnamon is an important economic plant with all these possible uses for its products. Although it is mildly astringent, Cinnamon has few cosmetic uses as it is strongly stimulating to the skin and warms the body. It is stimulating, toning and warming. o Cosmetics (clove and carnation scent)

Mouthwashes, toothpaste, Dental cements and packing agents, Antiseptics, Food flavour, Over-the counter medicines.

Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon

Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon
Parts offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :- Cinnamon Bark and Cinnamon Oil
Description
A moderate sized evergreen tree, 8-18 m in height and 50 cm in diameter with reddish brown soft bark, having numerous small warts; leaves ovate or elliptic-ovate, shiny above, 3-5 ribbed from a little above the base, the side ribs ending about three- fourths up, the base usually rounded; flowers small in axillary or sub-terminal cymes or panicles; fruits ovoid berry, dark purple in colour having persistent perianth. 

Chemical Constituents
Eugenol, O-methyl eugenol, benzaldehyde, cinnamaldehyde, I-a- pinene, I-a-and I-B-phellandrene, p-cymene, caryophyllene, benzyl benzoate and linalool. Presence of safrole, acetyleugenol, cinnamyl acetate and cinnamyl alcohol. 

Cosmetic Uses
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) has many common everyday uses and some not so common uses. Everybody has probably used cinnamon for some reason, whether for cooking purposes or medicinal purposes. Despite being widely used in food and pharmacy it is also important in the cosmetic and perfumery industries (7). In some areas cinnamon has been known to be used for religious purposes. It is no wonder cinnamon is an important economic plant with all these possible uses for its products. Although it is mildly astringent, Cinnamon has few cosmetic uses as it is strongly stimulating to the skin and warms the body. It is stimulating, toning and warming. o Cosmetics (clove and carnation scent) 

Mouthwashes, toothpaste, Dental cements and packing agents, Antiseptics, Food flavour, Over-the counter medicines. 

Cinnamon Bark 
One of the spices that spurred world exploration, cinnamon bark is a natural astringent known to suspend excess oil on oily skin or scalp. Uses: The bark is acrid, bitter, sweet, aromatic, astringent, , deodorant, stimulant, alexeteric, expectorant, febrifuge, diuretic, and carminative. It is useful in bronchitis, asthma, cephalalgia, odontalgia, cardiac diseases, diarrhoea, uropathy, nausea and vomiting, flatulence, fever, halitosis and restoring normal skin colour on the face. Cinnamon oil is stomachic, carminative, emenagogue and styptic. Cinnamon is best known for its action on the digestive system as an appetite stimulant, and general tonic. 

Cinnamon is known to be beneficial in overcoming general debility and weakness after a bout of 'flu and is a good muscle relaxant. 

Aromatherapy Uses
(Oil)Lice; Scabies; Wasp Stings; Poor Circulation; Childbirth (stimulates contractions); Anorexia; Colitis; Diarrhea; Dyspepsia; Intestinal Infection; Sluggish Digestion; Spasm; Flu; Rheumatism; Warts; Coughs; Colds; Viral Infections; Frigidity; Infectious Disease; Stress Related Conditions; Tooth and Gum Care; Nervous Exhaustion. Key Qualities: Warming; Reviving, Tonic; Strengthening; ; Restorative; Uplifting. 

Eucalyptus, Blue Gum

Eucalyptus, Blue Gum
Parts offered
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Eucalyptus Oil, Eucalyptus Leaves, Eucalyptus Bark

Description
A lofty tree about 90m in height with a clean straight bole and smooth bark, peeling off in long strips, leaves opposite on juvenile shoots, alternate in adult shootes, lanceolate, 20-25cm long, broad, rather thick and curved, flowers large, white, 1-3 together in axils, operculum thick and warty, fruit a hardened capsule, dehiscing longitudeinally at the mouth, seeds very small.

Chemcal Constituents
Eucalyptin, 8-desmethyleucalyptin, sideroxylin, 8-demethylsideeroxylin, quercetin, quercitrin, quercetol and its 3- degulcoside, chrysin, rutin hyperoside, phloroglucin derivatives, EA, to EJ, n-tritriacontan-16-18 dione, 4-hydroxytritriaconate- 1-18-dione, 16-hydroxy-18-tritriacontanone, 11, 12-dehydroursolic lactone acetate, caffeic, ferulic, gallic, gentisic, protocatechuic, maslinic and oleanolic acids.

Cosmetic Uses
Eucalyptus has a cleansing effect on the skin and reduces redness and irritation. Eucalyptus oil is reputed to aid in wound healing and is antispetic and anti-parasitic. It is antiseptic (especially in baths and massage). It can be used for burns, blisters, herpes, cuts, wounds, skin infections and insect bites.

Medicinal Uses
The oil is acrid, bitter, astringent, thermogenic, oleaginous, antiseptic, deodoratnt, stimulant, anodyne, carminative, digestive, anthelmintic, cardiotonic, diuretic, sudorific, expectorant, insect repellent, rubefacient and antipyretic. Eucalyptus has a cooling and deodorizing effect on the body, helping with fevers, migraine and malaria. It helps with coughs, asthma, throat infections, sinusitis and catarrhal conditions. It soothes inflammation and eases mucus, clearing the head from the stuffiness of colds and hay fever. Eucalyptus oil is useful as a warming oil when used for muscular aches and pains, rheumatoid arthritis, sprains and poor circulation.

Eucalyptus oil can boost the immune system, and is helpful especially in cases of chicken pox, colds, flu and measles. Internal use of the oil in excess will cause cardiac debility, vomitting and diarrhoea.

Eucalyptus, Blue Gum

Eucalyptus, Blue Gum
Parts offered
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Eucalyptus Oil, Eucalyptus Leaves, Eucalyptus Bark

Description
A lofty tree about 90m in height with a clean straight bole and smooth bark, peeling off in long strips, leaves opposite on juvenile shoots, alternate in adult shootes, lanceolate, 20-25cm long, broad, rather thick and curved, flowers large, white, 1-3 together in axils, operculum thick and warty, fruit a hardened capsule, dehiscing longitudeinally at the mouth, seeds very small.

Chemcal Constituents
Eucalyptin, 8-desmethyleucalyptin, sideroxylin, 8-demethylsideeroxylin, quercetin, quercitrin, quercetol and its 3- degulcoside, chrysin, rutin hyperoside, phloroglucin derivatives, EA, to EJ, n-tritriacontan-16-18 dione, 4-hydroxytritriaconate- 1-18-dione, 16-hydroxy-18-tritriacontanone, 11, 12-dehydroursolic lactone acetate, caffeic, ferulic, gallic, gentisic, protocatechuic, maslinic and oleanolic acids.

Cosmetic Uses
Eucalyptus has a cleansing effect on the skin and reduces redness and irritation. Eucalyptus oil is reputed to aid in wound healing and is antispetic and anti-parasitic. It is antiseptic (especially in baths and massage). It can be used for burns, blisters, herpes, cuts, wounds, skin infections and insect bites.

Eucalyptus, Blue Gum

Eucalyptus, Blue Gum
Parts offered
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Eucalyptus OilEucalyptus LeavesEucalyptus BarkDescription
A lofty tree about 90m in height with a clean straight bole and smooth bark, peeling off in long strips, leaves opposite on juvenile shoots, alternate in adult shootes, lanceolate, 20-25cm long, broad, rather thick and curved, flowers large, white, 1-3 together in axils, operculum thick and warty, fruit a hardened capsule, dehiscing longitudeinally at the mouth, seeds very small. 

Chemcal Constituents
Eucalyptin, 8-desmethyleucalyptin, sideroxylin, 8-demethylsideeroxylin, quercetin, quercitrin, quercetol and its 3- degulcoside, chrysin, rutin hyperoside, phloroglucin derivatives, EA, to EJ, n-tritriacontan-16-18 dione, 4-hydroxytritriaconate- 1-18-dione, 16-hydroxy-18-tritriacontanone, 11, 12-dehydroursolic lactone acetate, caffeic, ferulic, gallic, gentisic, protocatechuic, maslinic and oleanolic acids. 

Cosmetic Uses
Eucalyptus has a cleansing effect on the skin and reduces redness and irritation. Eucalyptus oil is reputed to aid in wound healing and is antispetic and anti-parasitic. It is antiseptic (especially in baths and massage). It can be used for burns, blisters, herpes, cuts, wounds, skin infections and insect bites. 

Medicinal Uses
The oil is acrid, bitter, astringent, thermogenic, oleaginous, antiseptic, deodoratnt, stimulant, anodyne, carminative, digestive, anthelmintic, cardiotonic, diuretic, sudorific, expectorant, insect repellent, rubefacient and antipyretic. Eucalyptus has a cooling and deodorizing effect on the body, helping with fevers, migraine and malaria. It helps with coughs, asthma, throat infections, sinusitis and catarrhal conditions. It soothes inflammation and eases mucus, clearing the head from the stuffiness of colds and hay fever. Eucalyptus oil is useful as a warming oil when used for muscular aches and pains, rheumatoid arthritis, sprains and poor circulation. 

Eucalyptus oil can boost the immune system, and is helpful especially in cases of chicken pox, colds, flu and measles. Internal use of the oil in excess will cause cardiac debility, vomitting and diarrhoea. 

Eucalyptus Oil Blends with 
Eucalyptus blends well with thyme, rosemary, lavender, marjoram, pine, cedarwood, and lemon, lavender, lemon, marjoram, pine, peppermint. For rheumatism or tight muscles, blend with cajeput, black pepper, ginger, juniper, marjoram and rosemary. 

Grape Seeds

Grape Seeds
Parts offered
Grape Seeds, Grape Seed Extracts, Grape seed Oil, Dried Grape Fruit

Description
A large, deciduous tendri climber, tendrils, leaf-opposed, often bifid; leaves simple, more or less deeply 3-5 lobed, orbicular-cordate, irregularly toothed, glabrescent above., grey tomentose beneath, thin, membranous, flowers small green in leaf -opposed, panicled cymes; fruits bluish black, purplish or greenish berries, ovoid to globose; seeds 2- 4 with a discoidal tubercle on the back.

Chemical Constituents
The leaves contain thiamine, niacin, biotin, tocopherol, Hulme, hexokinase, catalase, ascorbic acid oxidase, perosidase, polyphenol oxidase, ascorbic acid oxidase, peroxidase and polyphenol oxidase.

Cosmetic uses
Rich in linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid quite important for the skin and the cell membranes, grape seed oil is allotted regenerative and restructuring virtues which allow a better control of skin moisturization. It moreover presents emollient and filmforming virtues. In formulation, it is a compound of the oily phase. Grape seed oil is a recommended ingredient in :

Lemon Grass, Ginger Grass, Sere Grass

Lemon Grass, Ginger Grass, Sere Grass
(Cymbopogon Citratus)
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Wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Lemon GrassLemon Grass OilLemon Grass Live Seedlings 

Description
Perennial, densely tufted, aromatic grass. Stems underground, short, whitish or pale-violet leaves in dense clusters, linear amplexicaul, rough-margined, glaucous green on both sides. Inflorescence in many-branched panicles without stalks. All parts of the grass are lemon-flavored. 

Chemical Constituents
The whole plant contains an essential oil consisting of critral, limonene, isopulegol, citronellic acid, geranium acid and a-camphorene. 

Uses
The entire plant possesses antiseptic, antiferbrile and stomachic properties. It is used in treating coryza, influenza and pyrexia. It is also prescribed against dyspepsia and vomiting and as a carminative, using three to four drops of the essential oil, diluted in water. Used externally to treat eczema. The essential oil is used as an insecticide against mosquitoes and as a deodorant.

Mint, Peppermint, Field Mine, Japanese Mint

Mint, Peppermint, Field Mine, Japanese Mint
Mentha Arvensis L)
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Mint LeavesMint oilMint crystalMint chips

Description
Perennial herbs, 30-50cm High : Stems quadrangular, erect or prostate, rooting at the nodes. Leaves opposite, ovate, softly tomentose on both sides, margins serrate, Inflorescence in axillary capitate whorl: flowers small, white or lilac. 

Chemical Constituents 
The whole plant yields an essential oil consisting of L-menthol 65-85%, menthhyl acetate, L-menthone, L-a-pinene, 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, 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. 

Medicinal Uses
The entire plant, apart from the roods, is antibacterial and antibrile. It yields an essential oil and menthol which exert, through their rapid evaporation, slightly anaesthetic and anodyne local effect. It is effective in coryza, adiaphoretic fever, headache, rhinitis, cough sore throat, arthralgia, neuralgia, colic, vomiting, dyspepsia, diarrhoea and prurigo. The essential oil and menthol are the constituents of several balsams. Poultices of fresh leaves and th inhalation of essential oil and menthol are also prescribed.

Mint, Spearmint, Mentha Spicata, Garden Mint, Lamb Mint

Mint, Spearmint, Mentha Spicata, Garden Mint, Lamb Mint
(Mentha Spicata)
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Mint OilSpearmint OilMentha 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 mint 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. 

Uses : 
The green leaves of the plant are used for flavouring culinary preparations, vinegar, jellies and iced drinks. The oil is used to flavour chewing gum and candy, non-alcoholic beverages, baked goods, gelatin and puddings, ice-creams etc. Peppermint and spearmint essential oils are said to improve symptoms of asthma, exhaustion, fever, sinusitis and vertigo. Whole plant; carminative, antiflatulent; locally apply to temple to relieve headache and use for sprains.

Neem Leaves / Neem Tree / Margosa Tree Parts

Neem Leaves / Neem Tree / Margosa Tree Parts
Parts offered
We are Wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Neem Leaves, Neem Seeds, Neem 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 leaves contain nimbin, nimbinene, 6-desacetynimbinene, bimbandiol, nimbolide and quercetin. The presence of B-sitosterol, no-hexacosanol and nonacosane is also reported. Analysis of the mature leaves gave mositure, protein, fat, fibres, carbohydrates, and minerals, calcium phosporus, iron, thiamine, niacin, vitamin carotene and cal val. The amino acids present are: glutamic acid, tyrosine, aspartic acid alanine, proline, and glutamine. The 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 leaves have been used for centuries to make anti-bacterial washes and poultices. Use the 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 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. Tree is considered a good purifier of air due to its large leaf area. Oil cake, obtained from seeds, is used as a fertiliser and manure. Leaves are used to repel insects and to preserve woollens. Extract of 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

Neem Oil / Neem Tree / Margosa Tree Parts

Neem Oil / Neem Tree / Margosa Tree Parts
Azadirachta Indica A. Juss)«« 
Parts of the Neem tree and their uses :-

Neem Oil

Neem oil, derived from crushing the seeds, is antidermatonic, a powerful vermifuge and is bitter in taste. Neem oil has a wide spectrum of action and is highly medicinal in nature. As an oil used in aromatherapy, it has been effective in the treatment of head lice in children, especially where tea tree has failed to clear up the condition. Neem oil was particularly noticeable on an outbreak of head lice, two years ago, at a school local to my practice, where I treated several children. Those with blonde to reddish hair had their head lice condition cleared up much quicker with Neem oil applied at a 3% dilution to a shampoo base, than with tea tree. 

Neem Bark
The Neem bark is cool, bitter, astringent, acrid and refrigerant. It is useful in tiredness, cough, fever, loss of appetite, worm infestations. Neem Bark heals wounds and is also used in vomiting, skin diseases and excessive thirst. Twigs have been used as a 'toothbrush' and for dental care, since antiquity. Neem toothpaste has been on sale in the US and Germany for some time, and is now available here. 

Neem Leaves 
According to Ayurveda, Neem Leaves help in the treatment of Vatik disorders (neuromuscular pains). Neem leaves are also reported to remove toxins, purify blood and prevent damage caused by free radicals in the body by neutralising them. 

A paste made with neem leaves is used in India for the cure of chicken pox, smallpox and warts. A poultice is effective for boils, ulcers and eczema. 

Neem Fruits
Neem fruits are bitter, purgative, antihemorrhodial and anthelmintic (vermifuge) in nature. 

Neem Flowers
The neem flowers are used in vitiated conditions of pitta (balancing of the body heat) and kapha (cough formation). They are astringent, anthelmintic and non toxic. 

Neem Seeds
Neem seeds are also described as anthelmintic, antileprotic (cures or prevents leprosy) and antipoisonous. Neem seeds, along with leaves and dry Neem cake, are an active ingredient in mosquito coils.

Patchouli Oil, Patchouli Seeds, Pogostemon Patchouli Pellet

Patchouli Oil, Patchouli Seeds, Pogostemon Patchouli Pellet
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Description
A fragrant perennial herb, 30-100cm high. Stem erect and thick, the upper parts branched and covered densely with dull -yellow tomenia. The lower parts, terete, ligneous. Leaves opposite, petiole 2-5cm long, also with tomenta. Blade broadly ovate or oavte, 5-10cm long by 2.5-7cm wide tip sub-acute, base cuneate oar lightly coradate. Margin obtusely dentate or incised, both surfaces covered with dense hairs and oil glands, Summer. Flower small in terminal or axillary spikes,. Calyx tubular, 6mm long5-lobbed. Corolla bilabiate, 8mm long, light reddish-purple. Stamens 4, extending from the corollatube, Nutlets smooth. 

Habitat
Mostly cultivated in warm and moist regions in China, India, Malaysia and Philippines. 

Chemical Constituents
Patchoulol. 

Cosmetic Uses
The uses to which patchouli oil is put to include cosmetics, perfumes of all kinds, toiletries (with soaps being a major consumer of this oil), breath refreshners especially in the East (40 metric tons of patchouli are used by India''s pan and chewing industry), incense, etc. 

The oil is used in the East generally to scent linen and cloths, and it is believed to help prevent the spread of disease. In China, Japan and Malaysia the herb is used to treat colds, headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain and halitosis. Its use sometimes is said to cause loss of appetite and sleep and nervous attacks. The Chinese, Japanese and Arabs believe it to possess prophylactic properties. Extensively used in cosmetic preparations, and as a fixative in soaps, and perfumes. Extensively used in the food industry, in alcoholic and soft drinks. 

When used in Massage and Bath Oil Blends, Patchouli reduces anxiety and depression and produces a warming and sensual feeling. Patchouli is an ingredient. 

Medicinal Uses
Fever caused heat stroke, headache, poor appetite; nausea, vomitting, diarrhoea. Leaves yield and essential oil known as Patchouli Oil much used in perfumery industry for scenting soaps and other cosmetics, and incenses, an excellent masking agent in depilatory creams. It yields an excellent attar on blending with sandalwood oil. Infusion of fresh leaves is given in menstrual troubles. Dried leaves used for scenting wardrobes

Blends with 
Patchouli blends well with labdanum, vetiver, sandalwood, cedarwood, oakmoss, rose, orange blossom, bergamot, cassia, myrrh, opopanax, clary sage and oriental-type bases.

Safflower, Safflower Seeds, American Saffron, False Saffron

Safflower, Safflower Seeds, American Saffron, False Saffron
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Description
An annual, erect, branching herb 0.6-1.0 m high, glabrous; stem whitish, striate. Leaves sessile, somewhat clasping, broad-laneolate or lanceolate-oblong, attenuated at both ends, strongly dentate, slightly spinous; ventation pinnate and netted. lnflorescene a broad COrymb, heads 3-5 borne on leafy peduncles. Flowers orange-red, fruit a white achene, obovoid, 4-angled, truncate at the top with 4 bosses; no pappus. 

Chemical Composition
Safflower contains 2 coloring matters: the first, which is soluble in water, is yellow (called Safflor yellow); the other has a beautiful red color, greenish in reflected light, is insoluble in water, fixed and volatile oils, ether, and in diluted acids, is slightly soluble in alcohol, but readily soluble in alkaline solutions, in which, however, it readily decomposes, with discharge of the color, and is termed carthamin, or carthamic acid (C14H16O7). Its acid properties are feeble. Dried and mixed with French chalk, it constitutes rouge, which is used as a cosmetic. 

Cosmetic Uses
One of the main commercial uses of Safflower is in the dyeing industry.The dyestuff of safflower is highly valued for its delicate shades of pink and for its fragrance.It is also widely used for medicinal, cosmetic,industrial and culinary purposes. Flowers powdered for rouge-like cosmetic. 

In Japan, geishas wore lipstick made of crushed safflower petals to paint the eyebrows and edges of the eyes as well as the lips. Infusion of tea from dried petals is laxative, induces perspiration, and reduces fever. Yellow dye is obtained by steeping the flowers in water, it is used as a saffron substitute A red dye can be obtained by steeping the flowers in alcohol, it is used for dyeing cloth and, mixed with talcum powder, is used as a rouge to colour the cheeks. 

Medicinal Uses
Dysmennorhoea; amennorhoea, coronary heart diseases; angina pectoris, injuries; pains due to blood stasis.

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Albizia, Siris, Woman's Tounge

Albizia, Siris, Woman's Tounge
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Albizia BarkSiris BarkDescription
"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. 

Medicinal Uses
Asthma, Thoracic pain, Skin diseases, Leprosy, Leucoderma, Sprains, Wounds, Ulcers, Neuralgia, Night blindness, Diarrhoea. The bark is considered as an antiinflammatory agent. Seeds are used as . 

Saponins and tannins in the bark can be used for making soap and in tanning, respectively. Bee keepers like the species for the light-colored honey its nectar provides, and the tree hosts the lac insect. Soil-binding ability makes it useful for soil conservation plantings.
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