Essential Oils are plant-derived compounds. The oils capture the essence of the plant. Distillation (through steam and/or water) or mechanical processes, such as cold pressing, are used to produce essential oils. After the aromatic compounds have been extracted, they are mixed with a Carrier Oil to make a finished product. The method of extraction is critical because essential oils obtained by chemical methods are not regarded authentic essential oils. These are most typically utilised in aromatherapy, which involves inhaling them through various techniques. Essential Oils should not be consumed but can interact with your body in a variety of ways.
Calamus Seed Oil
Clary Sage Oil
Sweet Basil Oil
Ylang Ylang Oil
The main compounds in Bergamot Oil are Limonene, Linalyl Acetate, Linalool, γ-terpinene and β-pinene, and in smaller quantities geranial and β-bisabolene.
Bergamot essential oil is a cold-pressed essential oil produced by cells inside the rind of a bergamot orange fruit. The oil is extracted mechanically with machines called peelers, which scrape the outside of the fruit under running water to get an emulsion channeled into centrifuges for separating the essence from the water. Its colouration ranges from almost colourless to mild yellowish green. Bergamot Essential Oil is known to help reduce anxiety and stress and thereby alleviate symptoms of depression. It has an odour that is extremely rich and sweet-fruity, with an oily herbaceous and somewhat balsamic body and dry out.
The principal constituents of the Boise De Rose(Rosewood)oil are Citronellol, Geraniol and Nerol.
Boise De Rose Oil (Rosewood essential oil) is extracted from the woody matter of the Rosewood tree with the help of steam distillation.
This Oil colour ranges from almost colourless to pale yellow. Its woody, floral, spicy fragrance is a popular choice for fragrances and aromatherapy. It is used for treating the sore muscles and making cosmetics.
Cajeput Oil contains higher concentrations of 1,8 Cineole(Eucalyptol), limonene and alpha-terpineol. The oil is a pale yellow clear liquid agreeable and camphorous odour.
Cajeput Oil is produced by steam distillation of fresh leaves and twigs of the cajeput tree (Melaleuca leucadendra). Cajeput oil is used to treat cough, cold, and bacterial and fungal infections & used in makinghair care products to treat dandruff and itchy scalp. Cajeput Essential oil is also a natural insect repellent, and used in making disinfectants.Cajeput Essential Oil has a fresh, camphorous aroma that is similar to the scents of camphor, rosemary, and cardamom, with a subtle fruity note; a middle note with a medium strong aroma.
Calamus Oil composed mainly of some major compounds like α- and β-pinene, α-terpineol, β-caryophyllene, linalool, α-bisabolol, α-asarone, β-asarone.
Calamus Oil is extracted by steam distillation. The rhizome is separated from the leaves and dried in shade. The oil is either extracted from fresh roots or unpeeled dried roots. Calamus Oil has a strong characteristic odour and is Yellowish to brownish coloured liquid.Calamus Essential Oil contains powerful anti-inflammatory compounds that are known to help reduce pain, redness, and swelling due to inflammation.
In the wood oil the major compounds include Thujopsene (= widdrene),Cedrol & ∀-cedrene. Cedarwood Oil has a woody scent with an undertone of citrus. Cedarwood has balsamic undertones and a camphorous odour.
Cedarwood essential oil is extracted through the process of steam distillation from the wood pieces of the cedar wood tree, which has the scientific name Juniperus virginiana (also known as Cedrus doedara, Cedrus atlantica, and Cedrus libani, depending on the regions where they are found). It isused in cosmetics, perfumes, home odorants, and as an insect control agent and must be kept in a well-fitted container, in cool and dark place.
One of the Primary bioactive components of Chamomile is levomenol (α-bisabolol) and its oxides. Other components of Chamomile include Apigenin, Azulenes, Farnesene, Spathuleno, and Spiroethers.
Chamomile essential oil is extracted via steam distillation of the inflorescences (flowers). The flowers are placed in a still where hot steam is then applied. The oil is free flowing liquid of pale greenish blue colour. Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla L.) is a well-known medicinal plant species from the Asteraceae family often referred to as the “star among medicinal species.” Nowadays it is a highly Favoured and much used medicinal plant in folk and traditional medicine. It has a distinctive scent that is intensely sweet, slightly spicy, and herbaceous, with a fresh fruity undertone.