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AJWAIN OIL (Trachyspermum copticum)£5.00
|Ajwain oil is an annual herbaceous plant that bears grayish- brown fruits, grown in Iran, Egypt, Afghanistan and India.|
This oil is extracted from amla berries through cold pressing.Major constituents in the oil are ellagitannins, ascorbic acid, emblicanin B, emblicanin A, pedunculagin, punigluconin punicafolin, lavonoids, kaempferol, phyllanemblinin, gallic acid and ellagic acid.
AMYRIS OIL (Amyris balsamifera)£4.00
Amyris oil, also known as West Indian Sandalwood oil is steam distilled from the wood of the Amyris.
ANGELICA ROOTS OIL (Angelica archangelica Linne)£2.00
This oil is steam distilled and extracted from dried angelica roots.
ANGELICA SEED OIL (Angelica archangelica Linne)£7.00
Angelica seed oil is prepared by steam distillation from dried ripe fruits.
ANISE OIL (Pimpinella anisum)£4.00
The roots are associated with the liver and gallbladder, and the seeds are used to treat the kidneys and digestive system.
Apricot oil is rich in vitamin B17. This essential is the preferred choice for use in massage and massage oil blends due to its semi-oily texture.Cold-pressed from the dried seeds of the fruit of apricot tree. The essential oil has medium viscosity, virtually clear with a yellow tinge and excellent source of unsaturated fats. Light in color and fragrance, the oil imparts a nutty aroma
Argon oil is extracted from the fruit of the argon plant using mechanical presses, mixing of the dough and water is needless and the dough can be directly pressed. The oil contains fatty acids, sterols, tocopherols(vitamin e), phenols, carotenes, squalene.
ARMOISE OIL(40%, 70%) (Artemisia vulgaris L.)
Armoise Oil is extracted by steam distillation process of leaves and flowers of plant.
Chameli Attar offered is prepared from Jasmine Grandiflorum flowers, which are one of the most versatile flowers and have lovely floral smell. The derived attar has in it aphrodisiac properties that helps in increasing vitality as well as creates strong protective energy against disturbing influences. Further, this attar is also used in headaches as well as for getting relief from heavy head feeling. The attar is also used in water that is used for worshipping Lord Krishna.
Genda attar is derived from the fresh flowers of marigold plant through the steam distillation process. This plant is native to Indian subcontinent and enormously used from the earlier times for traditional as well as religious purposes. Flowers of this plant measures up to 5 inches across and the height of the plant varies from 10 to 36 inches. It is widely used in for welcoming guests as a symbol of friendship and loyalty.