Extracted from various parts of plants, Essential Oils contain volatile aroma compounds of these plants. They have enhanced lives since ages and are used for dietary and cosmetic purposes apart from being useful for spiritual and religious reasons. We bring the ancient knowledge closer to the modern era to uplift emotional, physical as well as spiritual well being.
Grown in North Eastern India, Bhutan and some parts of South East Asia, Agarwood is an extremely rare and precious oil that carries a long history of being highly useful in medicines. The tree is found in various species and is also used as aromatic oil and in preparing of incense.
The seeds of the herbaceous annual ajowan plant are used to extract Ajowan Essential Oil. This plant varies from 30cm to 70cm in height and bears feathery leaves and red flowers. The oil has a spicy, medicinal odor with a strong top. This oil is rich in iron, calcium, carotene, riboflavin and other nutrients.
Known to be very unique oil, Amber Oil is derived from the hardened resin of ancient trees. This oil carries numerous health benefits with it and supports the body electrical flow. Though it does not have a prominent fragrance of its own, it can be combined with other oils to be used for various cosmetic purposes
Amyris Oil comes from the bark of the Rutaceae tree family, which is also known to be West Indian Sandalwood. The oil is known to possess calming and soothing benefits and is thus useful during therapeutic massages. The oil has a pleasant woody fragrance and has wonderful sedative properties
Angelica Root Oil is derived from the Angelica herb, which is a large hairy plant with ferny leaves. It is also popular as ‘female ginseng.’ The whole plant is aromatic and its pungent roots are used to extract oil, which is a wonderful detoxifier and cleansing agent.
This oil is extracted through steam distillation of dried fruit of anise, which yields syrupy and clear oil rich in athenol. Athenol is the principal aromatic component and is present at as high as 90% level. Apart from its numerous health benefits, it also acts as a stimulant.
Derived from Balsam Peru, a large tropical tree that bears fragrant flowers is the source of obtaining Balsam Oil. A semi-solid mass is distilled to achieve pure extract oil. It has notable benefits of reducing inflammation and helps in speedy wound healing.
Benzoin Pure is extracted from a large tropical tree with pale green leaves. Used in Orient for its incense and medicinal properties, the oil is extracted from the trunk of tree when hacked oozes out liquid Benzoin that accumulates beneath bark or exudes from incisions.
Bergamot essential oil is extracted from fresh peel of the fruit. The oil is emerald green in color & smells spicier than lemon but with similar citrus quality. The order is familiar from its use as flavoring in Earl Gray Tea. It is main ingredient in eu-de-cologne & commonly used in toiletries to refresh and relax.
This oil is extracted from the leaves of the betel plant and is essential aromatic oil. The heart-shaped leaves of the plant are also chewed alone or with other ingredients. This plant also holds immense importance in Ayurveda due to its stimulating and antiseptic properties.
This oil is obtained from bitter almonds and offers various health benefits. Its antispasmodic, bactericidal, germicidal and sedative properties are widely used in manufacturing of various products. It must not be ingested and is widely popular for external use.
Black pepper is a highly popular spice and is widely used across the globe. It is very ingredient for making various delicacies. It is rich in minerals and vitamins such as Vitamin-K, calcium and iron.
This oil is obtained by distillation process and has an aromatic bitter taste. Possessing many health benefits, this oil acts as a natural pain reliever and is also helpful in treating respiratory problems
Camphor Oil has high stimulating properties and is a popular antiseptic agent. Since ages, camphor has also been an essential part of religious proceedings. It finds its use in curing nervous depression and spreading calmness