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Uses and Benefits of Natural Essential Oils | Manufacturers and Exporters

Globally, Natural Essential Oils are highly demanded by customers wherein 2018 the market demand was 226.9 kilotons.  Natural essential oils are the extract of natural sources, e.g. plants and its parts such as roots, flowers, stems, leaves, barks, etc. basically, these are complex mixtures of hundreds of aromatic compounds.

Since ancient to the modern era, essential oils are widely used in many applications such as cooking, medical, beauty, cleaning, food, and beverages, etc. Now as the consumers have shown their faith in natural products, and it’s projected to expand the growth rate of 8.6% from 2019 to 2025. The overall impact of exponential demand compelled Natural Essential Oils Manufacturers, suppliers and exporters to scale up their customer services including product delivery, quality, supports, and affordability. Essential Oils list is very comprehensive, but few common include Agar oil, Ajwain oil, Rose oil, Wintergreen, Yarrow oil, Ylang-ylang Oil,  Black pepper oil, Bergamot oil, Cardamom seed oil, Clove oil, Coriander oil, Frankincense oil, Ginger oil, Neem oil, Red Cedar, Roman Chamomile etc.

Benefits of Natural Essential Oils

Natural essential oils incorporate with numerous powerful properties such as carminative, anti-spasmodic, analgesic, antibacterial, expectorant, mucolytic anti-inflammatory etc. fuel their demand in pharmacy and healthcare. Continuous increase in research and development activities, where cutting edge extraction techniques playing a vital role in expanding the natural essential oil market.

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Manufacturing of Pure Natural Essential Oils in India

Essential oils are also known as Ethereal or Volatile oils. They are odoriferous bodies of an oily nature derived from natural resources. In India pure natural essential oils are produced. Essential oils are produced in various internal and external glands of certain flowers, leaves, barks, wood and roots. Chemically these oils are mixtures of natural products from nature and other aromatic compounds.
“Aromatic” does not have the usual chemical meaning in the essential oil business. An aromatic chemical in this case, is any compound that has specific, useful odour.

There are several different ways to extract essential oils, and all require elaborate equipment. As you will see most of the extraction techniques are based on the fact that the majority of essential oils mix with oils, fats, alcohol, and certain solvents, but not with water. Some methods are more suitable for certain plants than others, depending on the plant's chemical make-up.


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How to use Pure Natural Essential Oils & Aromatherapy Oils from India

Essential oils & Aromatherapy Oils are one of the hottest and in demand natural products out there in India as well as in many other countries. Most of the crunchy folk have a set of essential oil & aromatherapy oil  kit in their home. And one of the best and wonderful reasons of using Pure natural essential oils & aromatherapy oils from India is that they are natural tool in our arsenal, along with a high quality diet, and targeted supplementation.

But a lot of people jump into essential oils & aromatherapy oils and then don’t know how to use them.

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At New Directions Aromatics, our Organic Oregano Essential Oil is derived from the Origanum Compactum plant, a species native to Morocco where it is more commonly known as Zaatar – a valued domestic plant with a strong, spicy, tangy aroma and a multiplicity of therapeutic benefits.

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Citrus bergamia, better known as Bergamot, belongs to the Rutaceae family, which is better identified by the name Citrus. This tree’s fruit is a cross between the lemon and the orange, giving the small, round fruit a slight pear-shaped, and a yellow coloring. Some think the fruit appears to look like a mini orange. Bergamot is a popular scent in the perfumery industry, and its powerful fragrance makes it an important constituent in many perfumes in which it acts as the top note.

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Due to the worldwide usage of essential oils for centuries, it is difficult to pinpoint exactly which culture began using them first, but the first records of essential oils allegedly come from ancient India, Persia, and Egypt. Greece and Rome also engaged in the widespread trade or aromatic oils and ointments with Eastern countries.

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