Essential Oils

ANTHOPOGON OIL

Anthopogon oil is obtained by steam distillation of the aerial part of Rhododendron anthopogon D. Don.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Pale yellow.

Aroma: Sweet-herbal, faintly balsamic.

2. Packing:

Aluminium containers and epoxy-lined metallic barrels – 10 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

In pelfiimery.

ARTEMISIA OIL

The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the aerial part of Artemisia vulgaris L.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Pale yellow or slightly greenish.

Aroma: Powerful, fresh-camphoraceous, somewhat green & bitter-sweet.

2. Packing:

Aluminium containers or epoxy-lined metallic barrels – 10 kg, 25 kg, 50 kg capacities.

3. Use:

In perfumes and as a flavoring agent.

CALAMUS OIL.

The essential oil is obtained’by steam distillation of the dried comminuted rhizomes of Acorus calamus L.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Slightly viscous liquid. .

Color: Yellow to yellowish brown. l

Aroma: Warm woody-spicy.

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 10 kg, 25 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

(a) In perfumes of the woody oriental type; in spice blends and flavors for alcoholic beverages.

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Calamus causes increased dilation of spleenic vessels, an important factor in regulating blood pressure.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

CAMOMIIE OIL

It is obtained from the flowers with stalks ofMatricaria chamomilla L. (syn. Chamomilla recutita Rauschert.) through steam distillation.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Viscous liquid.

Color: Dark greenish blue.

Aroma: Intensely sweet, herbaceous-coumarin-like with a fresh-fruity undertone.

2. Packing:

Aluminium containers or epoxy—lined metallic barrels — 10 kg, 25 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

(a) In cosmetics, perfumery and as a flavoring agent.

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Skin care (most skin-types), acne, allergies, boils bums,eczema, inflamed skin. Conditions, earache, wounds, menstrual pain, pre-menstrual syndrome, headache,
Insomnia, nervous tension and other stress related disorders, digestive. It has a very low toxicity; therefore it is useful for children. It is used commercially in shampoos for fair
Hair and it can lighten hair color.

CITRONELLA OIL (JAVA TYPE)

Citronella oil is obtained by steam distillation of partiallywilted, leaves of Cymbopogon winterianus Jowitt.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Light yellow

Aroma: Fresh & sweet.

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels -100 kg capacity.

3. Use:

(a) In perfumery for the scenting of soaps and in the production of technical preparations

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Anti-infectious, antiseptic, antibacterial, antidepressant,antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, deodorant, diaphoretic fungicidal, insect repellent (mosquito), stomachic,
excessive perspiration, oily skin and hair, room deodorizer, rheumatism and arthritic pain.

Caution:

Avoid use on sensitive or damaged skin. Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

CURCUMA ZEDOARIA

It is obtained from the rhizomes of Curcuma zedoaria Roscoe through steam distillation.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Viscous liquid.

Color: Golden yellow.

Aroma: Warm-spicy, woody & camphoraceous cineolic odor.

2. Packing:

In aluminium containers and epoxy-coated metallic barrels -10 kg, 25 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

In fragrance and flavor industry.

FRENCH BASIL OIL

This oil is obtained by steam distillation of semi-wilted flowering tops of Ocimum basilicum L.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Pale yellow.

Aroma – : Sweet-spicy, fresh with a faint balsamic woody undertone.

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 10 kg, 25 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

(a) In perfumes and flavors.

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Muscular aches and pains, respiratory disorders, scanty menstruation, nonnalize the menstrual cycle, colds and flu,hayfever, asthma, bronchitis, mental fatigue, anxiety,depression, aphrodiasic, insect repellent.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

JATAMASI OIL (spikenard oil)

Jatamansi oil is obtained by steam distillation of dried rhizomes of Nardostachys jatamansi D. C.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid to slightly viscous liquid.

Color: Varies from amber to deep blue or greenish blue.

Aroma: Heavy, sweet—woody and spicy-animal odor.

2. Packing:

Aluminium container and epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 10 kg,25 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

In perfumery such as oriental bases, heavy florals, fougeres, woody bases, animal ambre types, etc; in flavors as a modifier for valerian, hop, ginger, calamus, cardamom, etc.

JUNIPER BERRY OIL

The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the crushed dried or partially dried, ripe berries (fruits) of Juniperus spp.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Mobile liquid. .

Color: Water White or very pale yellow. 4

Aroma: A fresh, yetwarm rich-balsamic, woody-sweet and pine needle-like odor.

2. Packing:

In aluminium containers and epoxy-coated metallic barrels -10 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

(a) In perfumes and flavors

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

In Afganistan it is used for treating migraine. Good for Acne, oily eczema, dermatis, seborrhoea of scalp. Colic, flatulence, indigestion, cystitis, fluid retention, pyelitis leucorrhoea, scanty rheumatic pain, anxiety, insomnia,stress.

LEMQNGRASS OIL

Lemongrass oil is obtained by steam distillation of partially wilted leaves of Cymbopogonflexuosus (D. C.) Stapf.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Deep yellow to orange-brown.

Aroma: Fresh-grassy lemon-type.

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 100 kg capacity.

3. Use:

(a) In flavors, cosmetics and perfumery.

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Athlete’s foot, insect repellent, scabies, muscular aches and pains, poor circulation, insufficient milk in breast feeding mothers, colitis, indigestion, fevers, infections illness, headaches, nervous exhaustion and other stress related disorders.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

MENTHA PVENSIS OIL

This oil is obtained by steam distillation of the aerial part of Mentha arvensis L.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Slightly thick liquid

Color: Pale yellow.

Aroma: Strong, fresh and somewhat bitter-sweet.

2. Packing:

Epoxy lined metallic barrels — 100 kg capacity.

3. Use:

(a) In the isolation of menthol crystals, in flavoring toothpastes, mouthwashes and pharmaceuticals.

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Oil is good for the nervous system, acting as a regulator and sedative: Menthol is well known as a cardiac tonic in pharmaceutical preparations. It is a good blood cleanser. Because it is antiseptic and anti-bacterial, it can be used in swollen gums, mouth wash or mouth ulcers, toothache.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant: and children.

PALMAROSA OIL

Palmarosa oil is obtained from freshly cut whole flowering plant of Cymbopogon martinii stapf var. Motia.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Pale yellow.

Aroma: Sweet, floral-rosy. i

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 100 kg capacity.

3. Use:

(a) For the isolation of high grade geraniol; in the cosmetics industry for scenting of soaps; in flavoring of tobacco.

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Antiseptic and bactericide, stomachic, relieve the discomforts of flu and a high temperature, wrinkles, broken veins, boils, normalize thyroid, nervous exhaustion, stress related conditions.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

SUGANDHA KOKILA OIL

The essential oil is obtained from the dried berries of Cinnamomum cecidodaphne Meissn (syn. Cinnamomum glaucescens) by steam distillation.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Golden yellow.

Aroma: Camphoraceous, spicy

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 100 kg capacity.

3. Use:

In fragrance and flavor industry.

TAGETES OIL

Tagetes oil is obtained by steam distillation of overground flowering parts of Tagetes glandulzfera Schrank (syn.: Tagetes minuta L.)

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Mobile liquid.

Color: Dark yellow to orange yellow.

Aroma: Intensely herbaceous-green, with a sweet-fruity undertone and a somewhat bitter

herby dryout.

2. Packing:

In aluminium containers and epoxy—coated metallic barrels — 10 kg, 25 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

(a) As a modifier in hair lotions of the bay rum type; as a flavoring agent

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Athlete’s foot, ringworm, absence of menstruation.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

TURPENTINE OIL

Turpentine oil is obtained by steam distillation of the oleoresin tapped from Pinus roxburghii Sargent, rosin being produced as a

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Mobile liquid.

Color: Water-white (colorless).

Aroma: Peculiar, warm terpenic refreshing

2. Packing:

Galvanised, metallic barrels – 200 Litre capacity.

3. Use:

(a) In perfumery for the manufacture of synthetic aroma chemicals and pine oil.

(b) In technical preparations such as insecticides, disinfectants and denaturants.

(c) In Pharmaceuticals, as a counterirritant and rubefacient and as a base for massage preparations.

(d) As a solvent in the manufacture of paints, vamishes and shoe polishes.

(e) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Rheumatism, sciatica and gout.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

WINTERGREEN OIL (Oil of Gaultheria)

It is obtained by distillation of the leaves of Gaultheria 35 fragrantissima Wall.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Pale yellow or yellowish or pinkish.

Aroma: Strongly aromatic with a sweet characteristic odor, displaying a peculiar creamy-fruity

topnote and a sweet-woody dryout.

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 100 kg capacity.

3. Use:

(a) As a flavoring agent in the confectionery industry and in the manufacture of soft drinks; it is also used in the pharmaceutical and perfumery industry.

(b) Antiseptic, a diuretic, stimulant, emenagogue and anti- rheumatic. It is very useful in many rheumatic conditions, for gout and stiffness due to old age. It also revitalizes and (gives energy following muscular pains, particularly good for athletes for instance.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

XANTHOXYLUM OIL

The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the dried fruits of Xanthoxylum armatum D. C

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Fluid liquid.

Color: Light yellow.

Aroma: Refreshing, pleasant, spicy.

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 10 kg, 50 kg, 100 kg capacities.

3. Use:

(a) Being rich in linalool, and also containing limonene, methyl cinnamate and cineole, it is used in the fragrance and flavor industry.

(b) Aromatherapeutic uses:

Anti-infectious, sedative, arthritis, cholera, toothache.

Caution:

Do not use this oil to pregnant and children.

LICHEN EXTRACT

Lichen resinoid is prepared from the tree moss Parmelia nepalensis Tayl and associated minor species such as Parmelia tinctorm N yl.Usnea species and Ramalina species using ethanol as solvent.

1. Organoleptic Properties:

Appearance: Viscous resinous matter.

Color: Dark Brown.

Aroma: Woody, dry, forest-like; or sea-weed like.

2. Packing:

Epoxy-coated metallic barrels – 50 kg capacity.

3. Use:

As a fixative in the perfumeiy industry and also as a component of several types of perfumes.

Essential Oils:

ANTHOPOGON OIL
Anthopogon oil is obtained by steam distillation of the aerial part of . .....More

CAMOMIIE OIL
It is obtained from the flowers with stalks ofMatricaria chamomilla L. .....More