Latest Products https://www.essentialoilnatural.com Latest Products Fri, 20 May 2022 07:08:09 +0530 en-us https://www.essentialoilnatural.com Essential Oils https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/essential-oils.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/essential-oils.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Spice Oils https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/spice-oils.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/spice-oils.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Basil Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/basil-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/basil-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Basil oil or sweet basil is a common name for the culinary herb ocimum basilicum and its extracted by the process steam distillation method in Vishwanath oils Products In steam Distillation Unit. Basil oil is a pale or greenish-yellow in colour and has thin consistency and strength of initial aroma is Sweet.   History Of Basil Essential Oil Or Sweet Basil: Basil is called by Many Names Like Sweet Basil Or Even Thai Basil But all of its common name refers to the herb botanical name (Ocimum basilicum). Basil is a large member of mint family Lamiaceae family along with other culinary herbs like rosemary sage and even lavender. It is believed that basil has origin in india but the herb has been cultivated for over 5000 with its reach spreading to all corners of the globe. There are some indicators that basil may have originated even farther east than India with ancient records from 807A.D. suggesting that sweet basil was used in the human region of china at that time also. Basil has a strong history in ancient traditional medicines like Ayurveda the traditional medicinal system of ancient india.   Description Of Basil Essential oil Or Sweet Basil: Basil oil or sweet basil is a common name for the culinary herb ocimum basilicum and its extracted by the process steam distillation method in Vishwanath oils Products In steam Distillation Unit. Basil oil is a pale or greenish-yellow in colour and has thin consistency and strength of initial aroma is Sweet. It is a water Viscosity. Basil oil has various chemical compounds by GC-MS Analysis alpha-pinene, camphene, Beta-pinene, myrcene, limonene, cis-ocimene, Camphor, linalool, methyl Chavicol main Constituent of Sweet Basil, y-terpineol, Citronellol, geraniol, methyl cinnamate and eugenol.   Manufacturer of Basil Essential oil ( Ocimum basilicum) In India By Vishwanath oils Products. Blends with Basil Essential oil Or Sweet Basil: Basil oil Blends with Bergamot, clary sage, clove bud, geranium, lime, lemon , hyssop, juniper, eucalyptus, neroli, marjoram, rosemary, mellisa and lavender. Constituents of Basil Essential oil Or Sweet Basil: The Constituents of Basil Essential oil by GC-MS Analysis alpha-pinene, camphene, Beta-pinene, myrcene, limonene, cis-ocimene, Camphor, linalool, methyl Chavicol main Constituent of Sweet Basil, y-terpineol, Citronellol, geraniol, methyl cinnamate and eugenol. Uses of Basil Essential oil Or Sweet Basil: Cosmetics Application: Basil Essential oil is used topically and massage into skin. It enhances the luster of dull looking skin and hair. As a result it is extensively used in many skincare supplements that claim to improve the tone of your skin. Antifungal and Insect repellent: Basil Essential oil inhibited the growth of 22 species of fungi and   it is also effective against insect allacophora foveicolli. This oil is also less toxic as compared to the commercially available fungicides. Relieve stress: Due to calming nature of Basil Essential oil it is widely used in aromatherapy. Tjis essential oil has a refreshing effect when smelled or consumed. So it is used for providing relief from nervous tension, mental fatigue, melancholy migraines and depression. Improves Digestion: Basil oil is also used as a topically. Since basil oil has carminative properties it is used for relief from indigestion, constipation, stomach cramps, and flautence. Alleviates Pain: Basil essential oil is an analgesic and provides relief from pain. That is why essential oil used in cases of arthritis, wounds, injuries, burns , bruises, scars, sports injuries, surgical recovery sprains and headache.   Precautions To use over Basil Essential oil Or Sweet Basil: Keep out Of Reach of children, if you are pregnant, nursing or under a doctor care consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears or sensitive areas. Rose Absolute Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/rose-absolute-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/rose-absolute-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Aniseed Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/aniseed-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/aniseed-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Bergamot Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/bergamot-essential-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/bergamot-essential-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The name Bergamot is derived from the Italian city of Bergamo where the oil was first sold. Bergamot is commercially grown in mild areas of north America, southern Calabria in southern Italy, southern france and in Antalya in southern turkey for its marmalade.   History Of Bergamot Essential oil :   The name Bergamot is derived from the Italian city of Bergamo where the oil was first sold. Bergamot is commercially grown in mild areas of north America, southern Calabria in southern Italy, southern france and in Antalya in southern turkey for its marmalade. Bergamot is a peer shaped fruits that grown or a tree comes from the same family as the orange in rutaceae family. The citrus bergamia tree stand about 12 meters tall and is covered in long green leaves and white flowers when its blossoms. Bergamot essential oil takes place in southern Italy where it is expeller pressed from the peel of citrus fruit after the pulp has been removed. Until the mid 19th century the process by done by hand and quite intensive as its takes 200kg fruit to produce 1 litre of essential oil. While the fruit itself not edible the dried peel and essential oil give earl grey tea its unique flavour and are also used as an ingredients in Turkish delight.       Description Of Bergamot Essential Oil:       The chemical composition of bergamot essential oil has been widely investigated through GC/MS Analysis technique . Bergamot essential oil contains several bioactive molecules with potential health benefits . it is composed of both a volatile (93-96%) of total and non-volatile (4-7%) of total fraction. The constituents of bergamot essential oil are beta-limonene, linalyl acetate, linalool, sabinene, gama-terpinene, beta-pinene, beta-myrcene, neryl acetate. Non volatile compounds are bergamottin, 5 geranyloxy-7-methoxycoumarin, citropten, bergapten, bergaptol, 5 methoxy-7- geranoxycoumarin, psoralen.   In perfumery bergamot bergamot essential oil was one of the ingredients in the original eaude cologne that was all the rage of many 18th century.   In aromatherapy bergamot essential oil is a powerful tool to help boost and bright light and happiness into our lives .its helps to illuminate or darkness and instills a sense of clarity and joyful harmony.       Blends with Bergamot Essential oil;   Bergamot essential oil blends well with Geranium oil, Eucalyptus oil, Lavender oil. Lemon oil, patchouli oil, ylang-ylang oil etc.   Constituents of Bergamot Essential oil:   The Constituents of Bergamot Essential oil by GC-MS Analysis beta-limonene, linalyl acetate, linalool, sabinene, gama-terpinene, beta-pinene, beta-myrcene, neryl acetate. Non volatile compounds are bergamottin, 5 geranyloxy-7-methoxycoumarin, citropten, bergapten, bergaptol, 5 methoxy-7- geranoxycoumarin, psoralen.     Uses of Bergamot Essential oil;   Anti-Depressant &stimulant: The components of bergamot oil like alpha-pinene and limonene, Are anti depressant  and stimulating in nature. They create a felling of freshness joy and energy cases of sadness and depression by improving the circulation of blood.   Antibiotic & Disinfectant: Certain chemical constituents in bergamot essential oil are antibiotic and disinfectant in nature. They inhibit the growth of germs virus and fungi. They also effectively prohibit infections including those of the skin. It regularly used with bathing water or in soaps the skin and hair remain protected from infectious and becomes shiny.   Analgesic: Bergamot essential oil reduces the feeling of pain in the body. Actually it stimulates secretion of certain hormones which lessen the sensitivity of nerves to pain. It is very helpful in case of headache sprains muscles aches or any other symptoms.   Relaxant and sedative:  The flavonoids present in bergamot oil are very good relaxant as well. They soothe nerves and reduce nervous tension anxiety and stress all of which help are of treat ailments associated with stress such as high blood pressure , insomnia and depression.   Deodrant: This property of bergamot essential oil is popular among the younger generation who is always trying trying new deodorant searching for something refreshing and natural. Bergamot essential oil is an excellent deodorant citrus smell are very powerful and can overcome or eliminate many other odour which is why bergamot oil is used in room refreshing of sprays.     Precautions To use over Bergamot Essential oil:   Pregant women and children consult their primary health care providers prior to using essential oils for any purpose. If taken internally bergamot oil should be used occasionally and in minute amounts ideally under the care of a qualified physician. The internal use of bergamot oil in children is not recommended.   Black Pepper Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/black-pepper-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/black-pepper-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Peppercorn or black pepper comes from the fruit of the piper nigrum and is one of the founding ingredients of the western spice trade So much that marcopolo reports the location in which it is sold and grown frequently and in great detail. Modern excavations put pepper origin in kerala india. History of Black Pepper oil:Pepper is the dehydrated Fully grown berries of piper nigrum a mountaineering perpetual shrub for mostly found in places which are hot moist like southern india. Under the process of growth pepper vines are stalked over support as columns which can grow upto 5-6 meters tall and 1-2 meter in diameter. The mountaineering woody stems have inflated nods with cling roots at every node which helps in strengthening the vine to maintain standards.Peppercorn or black pepper comes from the fruit of the piper nigrum and is one of the founding ingredients of the western spice trade So much that marcopolo reports the location in which it is sold and grown frequently and in great detail. Modern excavations put pepper origin in kerala india. These excavations also show early trade routes popping up between kerala  and countries in the middle east at least 1000B.C. in this area the world peppercorn has widely used and was even included. Mummification ceremonies including that of ramses II widely considered the pharaoh of the exodus of course most of the spices Egyptians came across ended up stuffed inside mummies by 100B.C. peppercorn had traveled east into china where the weather preffered its over their native Sichuan pepper.Distillation & Properties of Black Pepper oil:Prepare Black seeds and fill the water on the distilled kettle with a water level of about from the bottom of the Distiller and then close it. Turn the Distillation unit and then turn the timer of the plant to see the distillation process as specified control the water coming out of the condenser coil towards the separating funnel when evaporation has occurred on the distilled kettle so that no flooding occurs in the separation pipe periodically removing water through the tap. Take the separating tube from the distillation then do the disposal of water through the valve under the separating funnel as limited as the essential oil is obtained. From the result obtained measure of volume of essential oil obtained by a measuring unit. The measure oil volume is stored in a aluminium bottle or steal drums at room temperature and protected direct from sunlight because it will affect the quality of essential oils. After the stage each batch of essential oil is tested in GC/MS by analysis in VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS In lab section. By senior analyst and Constituents are b-caryophyllene, (b)-limonene, a-pinene, b-pinene, sabinene, b-bisabolene, a-copaene, (E)-b-farnesne, a-cubebene, d-3-carene.Vishwanath Oils Products manufacturer of Pure Black Pepper oil (pipper Nigrum) in India.Blends with Black peppper Oil :Black pepper Oils blends well with Lemon, lime , lavender, sage, sandalwood, mandarin, ylang-ylang oil, clove oil, ginger oil, geranium oil, coriander oil, grapefruit oil, fennel and frankincense oil.Constituents of Black pepper oil:Each batch of essential oil is tested in GC/MS by analysis in VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS In lab section. By senior analyst and Constituents are b-caryophyllene, (b)-limonene, a-pinene, b-pinene, sabinene, b-bisabolene, a-copaene, (E)-b-farnesne, a-cubebene, d-3-carene.Uses of Black pepper oil; Improves digestion:  Black pepper is remarkably beneficial for digestion because its stimulates the whole digestive system from the salivary glands in the mouth to the large intestine including secretion of digestive juices like acid and bile into the stomach to facilitating digestion. Black pepper can be safely used as a spice into the food of people who are on a bland diet or otherwise forbidden to have chillies. Reduces Arthritis pain:  This is one of the best qualities of black pepper il. It is warming stimulating and improves circulation. Thereby giving immediate relief for rheumatism and arthritis particularly during the winter when the symptoms are aggravated the most. It is also effective in removing toxins like uric acid from the blood. Detoxifies body: This is yet another beneficial property of black pepper oil. It protects the body from damages done by oxidants free radicals and also helps to repair these damages that have already been done. It also delays adverse effect of aging such as vision loss, macular degeneration, wrinkles of the skin, loss of mobility in the joints and nervous disorders and memory loss. Treat Bacterial infections : it has good antibacterial properties that you can enjoy without any adverse side affects. It is very effective in curing bacterial infections in the mouth colon digestive system and urinary tract. It also disinfects food that it is added to and protects them from bacterial infections for long periods. Dandruff Removal: Black pepper is very effective in curing dandruff as the chemical composition of this oil makes it a perfect remedy for dandruff mixing with an appropriate of warm coconut oil and castor oil. It can improve the quality of hair and make it healthy. Anti-inflammatory properties: Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties that help reduce acne. It also doubts up as a natural exfoliant to remove dead skincells while leaving your skin supple and radiant. Precautions to use over Black pepper oil:Black pepper is likely a safe when taken by mouth in amount a commonly found in food. Its likely unsafe when taken by mouth  large amount during pregnancy as it might caused an abortion.Piperine  a chemical in black pepper oil might show blood clotting. Taking black pepper oil in amount greater than those in food might increases the risk of bleeding in people with bleeding disorders. Cajeput Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/cajeput-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/cajeput-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The Cajeput tree develops into medium to large evergreen tree with a tall and upright form, 25-40ft high , 15-25ft wide. Pale green leathery leaves are 2-3 inch long and lance shaped with a pointed tip, noticeable creamy- white flowers occur in large brush-like at the ends of branches from late summer into fall.   Description of Cajeput Oil : The Cajeput tree develops into medium to large evergreen tree with a tall and upright form, 25-40ft high , 15-25ft wide. Pale green leathery leaves are 2-3 inch long and lance shaped with a pointed tip, noticeable creamy- white flowers occur in large brush-like at the ends of branches from late summer into fall. Attractive bark is white to tan develops into thick spongy layers than can be peeled off like paper. Native to coastal habitats of eastern Australia the Cajeput tree is adapted is as wide range of soils including silts, clays, loams as well as seasonal flooding. In contrast to its natural environment, this tree is highly popular in Inland empire landscapes and garden due to its upright form and distinctive papery bark. It grows fast and performs well in narrow spaces building as well as in laws situations. It is useful as a street tree or as a multi-trunk specimen in courtyards and residential gardens. It often develops large surface roots when planted in heavy soils and in areas with surface moisture. Cajeput oil, obtained from the leaves, is in limited pharmaceutical demand. Formerly acclaimed as an “antiseptic tree”, “subduing malarial vapors, the cajeput has become in florida a prime respiratory irritant. Distillation of Cajeput Essential Oil: The oil is prepared from leaves collected on a hot dry day, macerated in water, and distilled after fermenting for a night. This oil is extremely pungent, and has odor of a mixture of turpentine and camphor. It consists mainly of cineol from which cajuputene, having a hyacinth-like odor, can be obtained by distillation with phosphorus pentoxide. It is a typical volatile oil, and is used internally in doses of 2 to3 minims. After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst and the constituents are a-pinene, b-pinene, myrcene, a-terpinene, limonene, 1,8-cineole, y-terpinene, p-cymene, terpinolene, linalool, terpinen-4-ol- and a-terpineol. Blends with Caeput Essential oil; Cajeput oil well blends with Bergamot. Grapefruit, lemon, sweet orange oil, lime oil, lavender oil, clove bud oil, eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil and frankincense oil. Constituents of Cajeput Essential oil: After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst and the constituents are a-pinene, b-pinene, myrcene, a-terpinene, limonene, 1,8-cineole, y-terpinene, p-cymene, terpinolene, linalool, terpinen-4-ol- and a-terpineol Uses of Cajeput Essential oil; Toothache Relief: It has an effect much like clove oil in reducing a toothache. Take a few drops of cajeput oil on the cotton ball. Place this particular cotton ball among the teeth which is paining. This gives really quick rest from toothache and lasts for several hours. Additionally it disinfects the tooth as well as kills many germs within the mouth. Acidity: The carminative properties of the oil assist in reducing gas as well as acidity through the stomach. It helps prevent the development of excessive gas, and if formed helps with its easy explusion. Additionally it is useful spasms and cramps connected with an upset stomach. Hair Care: Cajeput oil has got nourishing properties which help moisturize the hair and scalp. Keeping it healthy as well as bouncy. It anti-microbial qualities make it an excellent cure for dry, scarp scalp and dandruff. The oil is additionally utilized as a component in henna to make the rich tones essential for body art and hair. Immunity: The cajuput Essential oil is beneficial towards viral, microbial, fungal, as well as bacteria germs and may protect your body from numerous bacterial infections just like cholera, typhoid , influenza. Antiseptic Properties: They are probably the most prized properties of cajuput oil . It is extremely effective in eliminating infections from bacteria, virus and fungi like tetanus bacteria. Influenza virus and infectious diseases just like cholera and typhoid. It may be extremely used on cuts and wounds from rusty iron to safeguard from tetanus till a proper vaccine is taken. Acne: Acne is among the most typical skin difficulties in the world. Cajeput oil astringent qualities may help you solve this problem. This really related to the existence of terpinen-4-ol, cineol, linalool, and alpha-terpineol with the oil. Simply include a few drops of the oil in water, and also used it in your face by using cotton balls. Precautions to use over Cajuput oil: Preganancy and breast feeding there is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking cajeput oil if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use. Cajeput oil is likely unsafe when inhaled or applied to the faces of children , it can cause serious breathing problems. Cardamom Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/cardamom-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/cardamom-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Cardamom belongs to the ginger family with large leaf and is more of an aromatic herb with a pungent smell. The seedpods of the plant which has three chambers forms the main part of cardamom for which it is harvested. In India Kerala is the biggest producer of cardamom and supplies both for the local and the international market. Description & History of Cardamom  (Spice):Cardamom also popularly known as as “Ilachi “ is native to south India and Gautemala. Cardamom is known as the Queen of spices which was two hundred years ago grown wild in south Western India. It was the British Who entrenched the cardamom plantations in India. Cardamom belongs to the ginger family with large leaf and is more of an aromatic herb with a pungent smell. The seedpods of the plant which has three chambers forms the main part of cardamom for which it is harvested. In India Kerala is the biggest producer of cardamom and supplies both for the local and the international market.The botanical name of Cardamom is Elettaria Cardamomum which belongs to the Zingiberaceae, the ginger family. Cardamom is considered to be a very valuable spice and third most expensive in the world next only saffron and vanilla. This versatile spice native to the western Ghats of India is used for sweet and savory foods which impart a very unique taste and aroma to which it is added. The oil which is extracted from Cardamom, the oleoresin is used in processing food.The cardamom plant grows into a thick clump with 15 to 20 leafy shoots and can grow up to a height of 2m to almost 6m. The leaves are sword shaped and a healthy leaf is long and dark green in color. The flowering stalk bearing the flowers is about 1m long and can even grow more than that. The flowers include both male and female which is pale green. One of the petals is white and streaked with violet. The actual part of the plant which is used is the fruit in the shape of oval and elongated. Each fruit has 3 chambers filled with small aromatic seeds, each about 3mm long. It is these seeds which after the process of drying takes the straw color and used in flavoring and for other purposes.Though India is one of the major producer and supplier of cardamom the middle Eastern countries are the consumers where they use it mainly in beverages like tea and coffee and as flavoring agent for the baked products in Scandinavian countries. The western Ghats in India cultivates more than 80000 hectares of cardamom.Distillation & Properties of Cardamom oil:Steam Distillation is safer because there is no solvent used but pure water as the main component. Cardamom oil is essential oil of the green cardamom fruit produced by steam Distillation from the seeds after they have undergone a long drying and de-husking process. In the traditional distillation process the oil collected on top of a separator half filled with water as a whole. The Cardamom Essential oil comes out after steam distillation process and Each batch of oil is tested by VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS by Senior analyst and its content are alpha-terpinyl acetate, 1,8 cineole, Linalyl acetate, sabinene, linalool, limonene, myrcene, alpha-terpineol, alpha-pinene, E-nerolidol.Vishwanath oils Products manufacturing Pure Cardamom oil-(Elettaria Cardamomum).Blends with Cardamom Essential Oil;Cardamom Essential oil well blends with Cedarwood, Frankincense, Cinnamon , clove oil, ginger, rose oil, jasmine oil, geranium oil, lavender oil, neroli oil, ylang ylang oil, sandalwood oil, patchouli oil, Vetiver oil.Constituents of Cardamom Essential oil:Each batch of oil is tested by VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS by Senior analyst and its content are alpha-terpinyl acetate, 1,8 cineole, Linalyl acetate, sabinene, linalool, limonene, myrcene, alpha-terpineol, alpha-pinene, E-nerolidol.Uses of Cardamom Essential oil; Stimulates Digestion:  Cardamom essential oil is stomachic meaning it helps to regulate healthy digestive processes. The oil helps to regulate the production of gastric juices such as bile that help to breakdown foods. Cardamom oil also has carminative properties that help to reduce the incidence of bloating, gas and indigestion. Cardamom also contain fiber, which helps to improve digestive function. Boost Metabolism:  The warming nature of cardamom oil helps to boost metabolism and may help increase weight loss. Cardamom naturally elevates body temperature, which signals the body to burn fat stores for energy. Cardamom was able to reduce fat deposits in body with high carbohydrate and high fat diets. Soothes and scents: Cardamom spices gives food flavor, cardamom oil can delightfully scent a home. This oil produces a warm aroma that can increase relaxation and help ground emotions. The sweet and spicy fragrance can soothe frayed emotions after along day. Cardamom oil has a slightly floral scent that can induce relaxation while the spicy notes help to energize and improve mental clarity. Antibacterial Properties : Cardamom oil has antibacterial and disinfectant properties that make it useful for protecting oral health. Cardamom oil against oral bacteria that cause oral yeast infections and digestive disruptions. The result showed that cardamom oil was effective in eliminating. Cardamom can also be effective treatment of tooth decay. Immune Health: Cardamom oil warming effect can also help to boost immune health and fight off a cold or flu. The warmth helps to relieve chest congestion while antibacterial properties help to fight off the invaders that cause colds in the first place. The soothing properties of cardamom also help to alleviate cough by reducing inflammation in the chest and respiratory syste.  Precautions to use over Cardamom Essential oil:Cardamom oil can cause skin irritation in certain individuals. Do not use cardamom oil if you are allergic to the cardamom plant. Keep the oil away from sensitive areas such as eyes, nose and mouth.Women who are pregnant should not use cardamom oil. This oil produces a warming effect that can irritate or harm the baby. Always talk to a licensed healthcare provided before using essential oils when pregnant or breastfeeding. Carrot Seed Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/carrot-seed-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/carrot-seed-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Carrot Seed oil Can be obtained through Steam distillation process in the plant of VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS Steam Distillation unit. The colour oil has woody earthy and smell is sweet and is yellow amber coloured to pale orange brown in appearance.   Description of Carrot Seed Essential oil: The carrot Daucus carota L Originated in Central Asia And spread early times to Mediterranean region. The cultivated carrot is mainly used as a root vegetable and its seeds oil being sometimes employed as a flavouring agent in food products and perfumes. The  Denus Daucus comprises of about 60 weedy species distributed and commonly cultivated for their fleshy edible roots. The species carrota originates from the carotos. Carrot ( Daucus Carota) is a flowering plant belonging to family apiaceae is one of the popular root vegetables grown throughout the world having crisp texture when fresh usually orange in colour. D carota seeds are tiny covered with a fleshy mericap that must be removed prior to seeding seeds are formed ovules present in the carpels. Seeds are covered with a spiny hooked and slightly covered mericap. The mericap contains characteristics oil which inhibits seed germination requiring the removal of the mericap before planting. Carrot  seeds are true seeds in a botanical sense but are dry fruits called schizocarps. The carrot is not a fruit in the common understanding so there are no needs inside or on the carrot.   Carrot Seed oil Can be obtained through Steam distillation process in the plant of VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS Steam Distillation unit. The colour oil has woody earthy and smell is sweet and is yellow amber coloured to pale orange brown in appearance. The major Constituents of carrot seed essential oil by GC/MS Analysis in Lab of VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS By the Senior Analyst and the Constituents describes as a-pinene, Carotol, b-caryophyllene, Dauca-4,8-Diene, sabinene, E-Dauc-8-en—4b-ol, b-bisabolene, geranyl acetate, caryophyllene oxide, Geranoil, E-b-farnesene, E-a-Bergamotene, B-sellene.   The carrot seed  essential oil posses biological activities like anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, herbicidal, antioxidant, anti-cancer. The health benefits of carrot seed essential oil can be attributed to its antiseptic, disinfectant. Detoxifying, tonic,carminative,depurative, diuretic, and stomach properties.   VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS MANUFACTURES CARROT SEED OIL AN ANNUALLY 8000 KG TO 9000 KG. Blends with Carrot Seed  Essential oil; Carrot seed essential oil well blends with citrus oils, lavender oil, cedarwood oil, gaeranium oil, juniper berry oil, bergamot oil. Constituents of Carrot Seed Essential oil: The major Constituents of carrot seed essential oil by GC/MS Analysis in Lab of VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS By the Senior Analyst and the Constituents describes as a-pinene, Carotol, b-caryophyllene, Dauca-4,8-Diene, sabinene, E-Dauc-8-en—4b-ol, b-bisabolene, geranyl acetate, caryophyllene oxide, Geranoil, E-b-farnesene, E-a-Bergamotene, B-sellene.   Uses of Carrot Seed Essential oil; Antioxidant Properties:  Carrot seed oil is an antioxidant properties. This essential oil repair the damage done to you tissue by oxidant free radical and stop them from doing further harm. These antioxidants protect your skin from wrinkless, keep your hair from turning white your muscles from weakening. Treat infections: This powerful essential oil can treat infections and protect against their effects. It has antiseptic properties including its ability to prevent tetanus. Carrot seed oil can be used for the treatment of infections of the throat, mouth, colon, stomach, intestines, and urinary systems. It is used for the treatment of viral infections of the respiratory system including bronchits.it is effective in fighting other viral infections as well as flu, cough and cold. Stimulant: Carrot seed oil deliveres in this way as well. It stimulates both circulation and metabolic function. It also stimulates the secretion of hormones enzymes gastric juices bile and the peristaltic motion of the intestines this keeping all the organic system active and efficient. Aromatherapy: Carrot seed oil widely used for its mild and soothing earthy aroma. It is very effective for relieving stress and anxiety and for promoting a sense of well being. Anti-inflammatory: The Carrot seed oil has anti-inflammatory properties and is soothing to the skin and scalp.   Precautions to use over Carrot Seed Essential oil: Carrot seed oil should never be used during pregnancy as it may cause uterine contractions and in rare cases miscarriage. The use of carrot seed for contraception and abortion has long been recorded in historical medical literature. If taken internally carrot seed oil may cause nausea, vomiting and abdominal cramps. Cinnamon Leaf Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/cinnamon-leaf-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/cinnamon-leaf-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Cinnamon is a tropical plant ang grows best in warm areas with high humidity where average temperature reach approximately 27 DegC. Cinnamon can be grown in a wide range of soils but the highest quality bark is obtained when trees are grown in sandy soils rich in humus.Description Of Cinnamon Leaf (spice oil):Cinnamon is the collective name given to several plant species in the genus Cinnamomum ( Family Lauraceae) grown for their bark which is used as a flavoring. Cinnamon trees are small evergreens with aromatic bark and leaves. The leaves of the tree are thick and oval in shape, growing on smooth gray branches. The tree produces small yellow or green flowers on panicles and a berry fruit. Cinnamon trees can reach heights of up to 20m (66ft) in the wild but are usually coppiced to smaller bushes under cultivation. Cinnamon trees have an economic lifespan of approximately 10 years. Cinnamon may be referred to as cassia and originates from Asia.Cinnamon is a tropical plant ang grows best in warm areas with high humidity where average temperature reach approximately 27 DegC. Cinnamon can be grown in a wide range of soils but the highest quality bark is obtained when trees are grown in sandy soils rich in humus. Cinnamon grows best when planted in full sun but as a forest tree it will tolerate some shading. Tree require an average rainfall of between 1250mm and 2500mm.Distillation & Properties of Cinnamon Leaf oil:Cinnamon leaf oil which is more dedicated than cinnamon bark oil is produced via steam Steam-distillation or water Distillation. The leathery green leaves are preffered from the trees and there left to dry for several days. Afterward they go through a special water steam distillation machine that extracts the oil. Cinnamon leaf oil can be distilled via traditional method where a huge wooden vessel is fitted with a cooper head or top that holds as much as 600kg of dried cinnamon leaves. The vessel is placed in a automatic boiler that produces the steam distillation method. The Phenols in cinnamon tree leaves gives cinnamon leaf oil its rejuvenating and health promoting quality. Cinnamon leaf contains 70 to 96 percent Phenols mainly eugenol which is responsible for its many beneficial properties. Distillation is the process which gives best quality of oil . Distillation takes 3-4 Hours. After Distillation Process each Batch Of oil is Tested in VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS By Senior Analyst In Lab and its component like Eugenol, Eugenol acetate, Cinnamic aldehyde, linalooland benzyl benzoate.Vishwanath oils Products Manufacturer of  Cinnamon Leaf oil (Cinnamomum zeylanicum.Blends with Cinnamon Leaf Oil (Spice oil);Cinnamon leaf oil well blends with Bergamot, Frankincense, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Rosemary, Tea tree, Thyme , Ylang-ylang oil.Constituents of Cinnamon Leaf oil (Spice oil):Each batch of oil is tested by VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS by Senior analyst and its content like Eugenol, Eugenol acetate, Cinnamic aldehyde, linalooland benzyl benzoate.Uses of Cinnamon Leaf oil (Spice oIl); To Improve Functioning of Brain:  Cinnamon oil is well known for its calming and soothing. Properties which helps your brain in battling memory loss, anxiety and stress. Excellent brain functioning is the ability of your brain to deal with stress, angst and memory loss and this is offered by cinnamon essential oil to improve function of brain. Diabetes Control:  This essential oil plays an important role in regulating the sugar levels in the body. This is added by the fact that cinnamon contains water-soluble polyphenol which assist insulin reducing diabetes risk. Improves Blood Circulation: A cinnamon essential oil is mostly used as a massage oil this will improve the skin tone by increasing the number of nutrients on the skin. This is because essential oil comprises of blood thinning compounds which improve circulation blood. Regulates Heart Diseases : Cinnamon oil is important in regulating blood pressure and some other heart related diseases since it is adorned with calcium and fibre which are important in your heart health. Treatment of high blood pressure: Cinnamon essential oil enables widening of blood vessels which helps in the treatment of high blood pressure. Precautions to use over Cinnamon Leaf oil (Spice oil): Cinnamon essential oil might cause skinny irritation, rashes on the body and itching. This is due to immune counteraction against cinnamon oil used. Cinnamon essential oil is an increase in blood circulation, but this will affect the highly sensitive individual since an increase in blood circulation mean an increase in heart rate which might lead to dyspnea. Clary Sage Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/clary-sage-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/clary-sage-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Clove Bud Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/clove-bud-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/clove-bud-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Clove is the dried unopened flower bud of Syzgium aromaticum, a medium statured, cone-shaped evergreen tree belonging to the family- Myrtaceae. Clove tree attains a height of 10 to 12 meter. The stem is usually forked near its base with two or three main branches. Smaller branches are slender, rather brittle and covered with grey bark.Description & History of Clove Bud:Clove is one of the most ancient and valuable spices of the orient and holds a unique position in the international spice trade. Native to Moluccas the so called “spice islands” in the east Indian Archipelago, this spice was first introduced in India around 1800 A.D. by East India Company.Clove is the dried unopened flower bud of Syzgium aromaticum, a medium statured, cone-shaped evergreen tree belonging to the family- Myrtaceae. Clove tree attains a height of 10 to 12 meter. The stem is usually forked near its base with two or three main branches. Smaller branches are slender, rather brittle and covered with grey bark. The leaves appearing in pairs, are lanceolate, acute at both ends and are of dark shining green colour. The aromatic nature of the leaves is due to numerous oil glands found on their under surfaces. The flower buds are greenish when fresh and are borne on end, which are picked green and dried in the sun till they become dark brown, from the clove of commerce. The buds have slightly cylindrical base and are surmounted by the plump ball like unopened corolla which is surmounted by the four toothed calyx.Clove is strictly a tropical plant and it requires a warm humid climate. Although there has been a general belief that clove requires proximity to sea for the proper development and cropping, experience in India has shown that the trees do well in the submontane regions and have been found to perform better than in other areas.Distillation of Clove Bud Oil:Clove Bud oil can be obtained from Distillation of buds, leaf or stem each resulting in an oil having different characteristics of oil. The yield and quality of the oil are influenced by origin, variety post harvest processing, pre-treatment before distillation, distillation method and post-distillation treatment. Clove bud and stem are comminuted before distillation to break the oil cells and widen the surface so that the oil can be released more easily from the cells the materials are distilled using water by steam distillation method for between 8 to 10 hours. Clove bud oil a colourless or yellow liquid is obtained by distillation of buds. After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst and the constituents are Eugenol, eugenol acetate, Beta-caryophyllene.Blends with Clove Bud oil;Clove bud oil well blends with wild orange, Frankincense, cassia, cedarwood, ginger, and cinnamon oil, Roman chamomile oil and fennel oil.Constituents of Clove Bud oil:After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst and the constituents are Eugenol, eugenol acetate, Beta-caryophyllene.Uses of Clove Bud  oil; Skin care:  Eugenol In clove Bud oil has rejuvenating and stimulating properties which can increase blood flow to the skin and make it look radical. You will find it many products for lessening the effect of aging, like wrinkles, sagging skin and Blemishes. Treat acne: Clove Bud oil is often recommended for acne patients as it ahs potent antimicrobial properties. Research shown that this oil can inhibit staphy locus bacteria . this bacteria can cause acne break outs, pimples, skin sores, rashes and staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome. To Treat acne  you can mix a few drops of clove Bud oil with 1 tablespoon of coconut oil or jojoba oil can apply it with the help of cotton ball on inflamed area. Heals Candida infections: Eugenol in clove Bud oil have an anti-candidal effect on C.albicans. eugenol were used as a natural antifungal components for in vitro and invivo studies. The result of the studies indicated that eugenol exerted exerted an anticandidal effect hence it can be used to heal candidiasis caused due to fungus candida albicaus. These yeast infections typically occur in the mouth ears nose fingernails, gastro intestinal tract and vagina. This oil is also effective in killing intestinal parasities which can cause diarrhea and other symptoms. Increase Blood Circulation: Eugenol found in clove Bud oil helps stimulate blood circulation. Increase circulation adds to the oxygenation of the blood and organs system which increases metabolism. Dental Care: Clove Bud oil Can Replace Beuzocaine as a topical agent before needle insertion during dental procedures. The germicidal and anesthetic properties of clove oil make it very effective for relieving toothaches, sore gums, and mouth ulcers. Antiseptic Properties: Due to its antiseptic properties clove oil can be used for preventing infections. It can be useful for wounds, cuts, scabbies, athlete foots, fungal infections, bruises prickly heat and other type of injuries. It can also be used for treating insect bites and stings . the oil is very strong in nature and should always be used in a dilute form. It should be carefully used by people with sensitive skin. Precautions to use over Clove Bud oil: Preganancy and breast feeding when clove Bud oil taken by mouth in amount commonly found in blood. There is not enough reliable information about safety of taking clove oil  in medicinal bases if you are pregnant  or breast feeding stay on safe side to avoid use. Clove Bud oil Contains a chemical called eugenol that seems to slow blood clotting there is concern that taking clove oil might cause bleeding in people with bleeding disorders. Eucalyptus Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/eucalyptus-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/eucalyptus-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Eucalyptus Essential Oil is steam distilled for preparation after extraction from the leaves of the eucalyptus globules and is known for is invigorating, fresh fragrance that is redolent of vast eucalyptus forests in the nilgiris.Eucalyptus Essential Oil is steam distilled for preparation after extraction from the leaves of the eucalyptus globules and is known for is invigorating, fresh fragrance that is redolent of vast eucalyptus forests in the nilgiris. Famous among aroma therapists, its energizing fragrance makes it a preference for relaxing the body and opening the mind, whether diffused, added to bath water or blended with carrier oil for a massage. Garlic Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/garlic-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/garlic-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Garlic is believed to be originally native to central Asia as this is where it can currently be found growing wild evidence from historical records suggest that garlic has been cultivated for at least 5000 years. There are references to its use found from ancient Egypt india and china. History of Garlic oil:Garlic is believed to be originally native to central Asia as this is where it can currently be found growing wild evidence from historical records suggest that garlic has been cultivated for at least 5000 years. There are references to its use found from ancient Egypt india and china. Botanical name allium sativum commonly known as garlic it is a species in the onion genus with a history human use of over 7000 years garlic is native to central Asia and has long been staple in the Mediterranean region do well as a frequent seasoning in Asia , Africa and Europe.  It was known to ancient Egyptians and has been used for both culinary and medicinal purposes. Allium Sativum is a bulbous plant . its grows upto 0.6m (2ft in height) . its produces hermaphrodite flowers.Distillation & Properties of Black Garlic oil:Garlic oil is Processed mainly by using the fleshy cloves of the bulb itself, but the spathe and umbel the flowering seed head found on hardweek varieties can also be used. The ways to produce garlic oil by steam distillation method. The steam distillation steam is passes through chopped garlic and captured after it has condensed. This process produces an extremely concentrated reddish brown oil and is the method pharmaceutical grade garlic oil and food Grade oil is obtained. Each Batch of Garlic oil is tested in VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS Lab by senior analyst and the major components in the essential oil were sulfur containing compounds allyl methyl trisulfide , allyl(E)-1- Propenyl Disulfide, Dimethyl trisulfide, diallyl disulfide, diallyl trisulfide, and methyl (E)-1 propenyl disulfide. Allium Sativum have been used as a diaphoretic, diuretic, expectorant, and stimulant. Garlic oil have shown broad –spectrum, anti-bacterial, and antifungal activity and the plant has been used to treat tuberculosis coughs and colds. There is an inverse correlation between regular consumption of garlic and stomach cancer frequency. But there seems to be no correlation between garlic consumptions and other cancers. Garlic oil has been used for food preparations not only for its flavour but also a digestive aid.Vishwanath oils products Manufacturer of Garlic oil (Allium sativum) in India.Blends with Garlic Oil;Garlic oil blends well with cardamom, sweet thyme , thyme , oregano, sage , majoram, mandarine, bergamot, vanilla , lemon, clove, Cinnamon.Constituents of Garlic oil:Each Batch of Garlic oil is tested in VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS Lab by senior analyst and the major components in the essential oil were sulfur containing compounds allyl methyl trisulfide , allyl(E)-1- Propenyl Disulfide, Dimethyl trisulfide, diallyl disulfide, diallyl trisulfide, and methyl (E)-1 propenyl disulfideUses of Garlic oil; To Promote Heart Health:  Garlic oil has been found to reduce the risk of cardio vascular diseases. It active component diallyl disulfide is responsible for its artherosclerotic effects. Its increases the fibrinolytic activity prevent blood clots in patients and healthy individuals. Garlic oil also increases the elasticity of blood vessels and circulation. Hence it may lower risk of cardiovascular diseases. Treatment for skin diseases and wounds:  The garlic oil have anti-inflammatory , anti-bacterial, fibrinolytic and wound healing properties that may make it a substitute for classic antibiotics and antiseptics. The sulfur containing compounds in garlic oil accelerate the formulation of new tissue and activate blood supply to open wounds. Healing fungal infections & Diseases: Garlic oil has excellent anti-fungal activity. It inhibits the growth of fungal species like candida abicans and penicillum funiculosum. Garlic oil and other garlic formulations can be used to treat candidiasis. Other fungal infections like tinea pedis ( foot infection) skin infection, and ear infection can be addressed with use of garlic oil. For Hair Growth & Promote Strength  : alopecia or hair loss can occur due to multiple reasons. Genetics tendencies environmental triggers exposure to chemicals medicines oxidative stress and prolonged illness area few of them. Aromatherapy with garlic oil is also a good option. It can improve blood circulation in your scalp . due to its phyto-chemical composition garlic oil exerts antibacterial activity as well . Relives Headache: Anecdotal evidence suggests that applying small amount of garlic oil to the temples or consuming a small amount of this concentrated oil can quickly relieve inflammation in the temples and capillaries. This may reduce the occurrence of migraine and headache. Prevent Obesity: The use of garlic oil is known to kick start the metabolism which equates to passive fat burning in addition to the cholesterol lowering power of the oil. Garlic can also help suppress the appetite while the sulfide compound can create a feeling of fullness which will reduce overeating and snacking between meals. Precautions to use over Garlic oil:Garlic oil is likely safe to use during pregnancy when taken in the amounts normally found in blood. Garlic oil is possibly unsafe when used in medicinal amounts during pregnancy and breast feeding. There is not safety  of applying garlic oil to the skin if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Pregnant or breast feeding stay on the safe side to avoid use. Geranium Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/geranium-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/geranium-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Geranium oil is a beautiful, floral essential oil often referred as the poor man “ Rose oil” for its similar properties and uses. It is sweet, the rose-like aroma is long-lasting & potent. Geranium is a type of essential oil generally used in aromatherapy.   Description of Geranium oil : Geranium is a perennial shrub with small pink flowers & pointy leaves that is native to South Africa. Out of many varieties of the plant, Geranium botanical name is Pelargonium graveolens is the source of essential oil. Geranium oil is a beautiful, floral essential oil often referred as the poor man “ Rose oil” for its similar properties and uses. It is sweet, the rose-like aroma is long-lasting & potent. Geranium is a type of essential oil generally used in aromatherapy. Sourced from the flowers and leaves of the Pelargonium graveolens plant, the geranium essential oil is supposed to offer a variety of health benefits. Geranium oil contains a number of compounds thought to enhance health including citronellol and geranoil.   Distillation of Geranium Essential Oil: The Geranium leaves and stalks are used for extraction, and the oil is obtained through steam distillation. Steam distillation is the best process which gives better quality oil. Distillation takes upto 3 to 4 hours. The oil is extracted from the whole plant using a distillation unit consisting of a distillation tank, a condenser and a separator. Freshly harvested Geranium grass as such after cutting into small pieces is loaded into distillation tank. A large container called a still, which is made of stainless steel, containing the plant material has steam added to it. Use of inlet, steam is passed through the plant material containing the desired oils, releasing the plant aromatic compounds & turning them into vapor. The vaporized plant compounds go to the condensation flask .  Here two separate pipes make it possible for hot water to exit & for cold water to enter the condenser. This process makes the vapor cool back into liquid form. The aromatic liquid by products drops from the condenser & collects inside a Receptable underneath it, which is called separator, because water & oil do not mix, the essential oil floats on top of the water. Steam and the oil vapor condense into liquid in condenser & collected in the separator. The received oil is taken out, cleaned and stored in aluminium containers. Steam and the oil vapor condense into liquid in condenser are collected in separator. The oil of Geranium is a clear liquid with light yellow to light brown color. The oil has a strong rose-like odor with a minty top note. After Distillation Each batch of oils is tested in VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS by senior analyst the main constituents of geranium oil are Geraniol, and 1-citronellol, the quantities of which vary in proportion, depending upon the Quality. Other constituents of Geranium essential oil are iso-menthone, linalool, turipenol, phenyl ethyl alcohol, 3-hexene-1-ol and rose oxides.   Blends with Geranium Essential oil: Geranium Essential oil well blends with Basil, Bergamot, Cedarwood, clary sage, lavender, Rosemary oil.   Constituents of Geranium Essential oil: Each batch of oils is tested in VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS by senior analyst the main constituents of geranium oil are Geraniol, and 1-citronellol, the quantities of which vary in proportion, depending upon the Quality. Other constituents of Geranium essential oil are iso-menthone, linalool, turipenol, phenyl ethyl alcohol, 3-hexene-1-ol and rose oxides.   Uses of Geranium Essential oil; Wound Care:  Anecdotal evidence suggests that geranium essential oil may be beneficial for stopping minor wounds from bleeding. It may do this by speeding up coagulation, and by causing blood vessels to contract. Its antibacterial and antiseptic properties are also beneficial for healing.  Infection:  Geranium essential oil may fight off bacterial infections. Geranium essential oil has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties making it effective against multiple bacterial strains. Inflammatory skin conditions: Geranium essential oil indicated that its antibacterial, antimicrobial and antiseptic properties make it beneficial for reducing acne breakouts, skin irritation when applied topically. Helps in Stress & Depression: Aromatherapy is becoming more mainstream in hospitals. Its commonly promotes peace and a decrease in stress, particularly in regards to releasing negativity, and is great for tension overall well-being. To Cure allergies: Geranium essential oil citronellol content makes it potentially effective for reducing allergic reactions. Anecdotal evidence suggests that topical use may reduce itching caused by allergic reactions. This is because of the anti-inflammatory action of this essential oil.   Precautions to use Geranium Essential oil: Geranium oil is considered safe for most people to use. Some people may experience a rash or burning sensation when using it on the skin. Never use any Essential oil on skin unless its diluted with a carrier oil. Small amount of geranium oil are sometimes added to baked goods, and it is fine to ingest small quantities. The effect of ingesting large quantity of geranium oil is harmful. Ginger Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/ginger-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/ginger-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Ginger (Zingiber Officinale) is a warming spice and comes from the same family as cardamom and turmeric. It has been used in Asian food for centuries. It also became a popular spice in the Caribbean where it could be easily grown.   The history of ginger goes back over 5000 years when the Indians and ancient Chinese considered it a tonic root for all ailments. When ginger Originated in southeast Asia, it has a long history of being cultivated in other countries. At an early date it was exported to ancient Romans from India. It was used extensively by the Romans, but almost disappeared from the pantry when the Roman Empire fell. After the end of Roman Empire, the Arabs took control of the Spice trade from east. Ginger became quite costly like many other spices. In medieval times it was commonly imported in a preserved form and used to make sweets. Grapefruit Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/grapefruit-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/grapefruit-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Lavender Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/lavender-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/lavender-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Lavender oil or Lavender flower oil is obtained by distillation of the flowers and in used in fine perfumes cosmetics. It is colourless or yellow liquid the fragrant constituents are linalyl acetate,linalool, pinene, limonene, geraniol and cineole.   Description Of Lavender Essential Oil:Lavender Plant is perennial flowering aromatic herb or shrub that can reach a height of 40cm and 80 cm. the leaves of lavender plant are opposite oblong linear with small flowers. Lavender plant is originated in mediterrnean region to grow this plant you must have a right climate similar to a Mediterranean area. The lavender crop is cultivated in low rainfall regions and of the slopes of hills of himanchal and Kashmir valley region. Lavandula common name lavender is genus of 47 known species of flowering plant in mint family. The most widely cultivated species lavandula officinalis is often referred to as lavender and there is a colour named for the shade of flowers of this species and also commercially for the extraction of essential oils. It uses over centuries  in traditional medicine and cosmetics. The fragrance of the plant is caused by shining oils glands imbedded among tiny star-shaped trichomes plant hairs that covers the flowers and stems.Lavender oil or Lavender flower oil is obtained by distillation of the flowers and in used in fine perfumes cosmetics. It is colourless or yellow liquid the fragrant constituents are linalyl acetate,linalool, pinene, limonene, geraniol and cineole. Lavender water a solution with essential oil in alcohol with other added scent is used in a variety of toiletries preprations. Lavender Essential oil is one of the most popular and versatile essential oils used in inflammation, lessens pain, and cleans the surface of the skin . it is also used in aromatherapy distilled from the plant lavandula officinalis the oils promotes relaxation and believe to treat anxiety fungal infections,allergies, Depression, insomnia, eczema nausea  and menstrual cramps. The history of lavender oil has been documented for over 2500 years ago. Romans uses lavender oil for cooking, bathing , scenting the air, rooms and also used lavender oils in soaps carried with them through the roman empire.Vishwanath oils Products Manufacturers Lavender oil (Lavandula Officinalis) an annual capacity of 50000 KG TO 60000 KG.Blends with Lavender Essential oil:All though essential oils blend well one anther ,lavender oils blends particularly well with   cedarwood, clary ,sage ,geranium,pine,nutmeg,and all the citrus oils .Constituents of Lavender Essential oil:a-pinene, limonene cis-ocimene, p-cymene, beta-mycrene, terpinene-4-ol, borneol, linalool, camphene, 1,8 cineole, trans-ocimene, camphor, geranyl acetate, 3-octane, linalyl acetate, caryophllene, lavendulyl acetate.Uses of Lavender  Essential oil : Lavender Essential oil is most commonly used in aromatherapy. The fragrance from oils of lavender plant is believed to help promote calmness and wellness. Its also helps to reduce stress and anxiety. Lavender Essential oil deep conditions the hair keeps its shiny and control dandruff. Lavender helps moisturize a dry scalp. Lavender boost the fight against hair loss and increase circulation to hair. Lavender has cosmetics odour and medicinal uses demonstrating soothing sedative activities in each form which can include oils, gels, lotions, shampoo sprays and candle making. Precautions To use Lavender Essential oil:According to the national center for complementary and itergrative health,oral intake is not safe, pregnanat and breastfeeding woman should consult their health care practitioner,it may cause skin irritation to allergic people. Peppermint Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/peppermint-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/peppermint-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Peppermint Essential Oil is produced by the steam distillation of leaves of Mentha Piperita. It is 100% pure and natural, not a blend of isolated components. No dilution or adulteration done. It possesses a strong aroma, with a sharp, penetrating scent, based on its high menthol content. Peppermint Essential Oil is produced by the steam distillation of leaves of Mentha Piperita. It is 100% pure and natural, not a blend of isolated components. No dilution or adulteration done. It possesses a strong aroma, with a sharp, penetrating scent, based on its high menthol content. It is used topically for headache, muscle aches, itching, common cold, headaches, and other conditions. However, dilution with carrier oil is necessary.Recommended dilution: 1 Drop in 15 ml Carrier Oil i.e. Jojoba Oil, Grape seed Oil, Coconut Oil and Almond Oil – For children 2 to 6 years old, 2 Drop in 15 ml Carrier Oil i.e. Jojoba Oil, Grape seed Oil, Coconut Oil and Almond Oil – For children ages 6 to 15 years old. 3 Drop in 15 ml Carrier Oil i.e. Jojoba Oil, Grape seed Oil, Coconut Oil and Almond Oil – This is typically the dilution recommended for most adults. It is also commonly used for daily body care and massage. 3-10 Drop in 15 ml Carrier Oil i.e. Jojoba Oil, Grape seed Oil, Coconut Oil and Almond Oil. Frankincense Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/frankincense-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/frankincense-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The frankincense harvested from the boswellia Tree is produced through the energy driven process of photosynthesis and the later biosynthesis of secondary metabolities in the smooth endoplasmic reticulum and leucoplast.History Of Frankincense Essential oil : The Egyptian ebers papyrus dated to 1500B.C is the oldest known reference to frankincense and its prescribes the resin as a use for throat infections and asthmatic attacks. In the first century A.D The roman writer pliny mentioned it is an antidote to hemlock the Islamic philosopher ibh sina or Avicenna 980-1037A.D Recommended it for tumors ulcers and fever. Description Of Frankincense Essential Oil:The frankincense harvested from the boswellia Tree is produced through the energy driven process of photosynthesis and the later biosynthesis of secondary metabolities in the smooth endoplasmic reticulum and leucoplast. Boswellic acids are important bio-active compound that are synthesized through the mevalonic acid pathway. These compounds are essential parts of resin acids which after synthesis are supplied via an active or passive transport system into axial and radical resin canals. The resin is produced constitutively stored in response to apply.The Indian Frankincense is of interest medicinally its comes from the boswellia tree ( Boswellia Serrata) a large tree that grows in the mountain regions of india. Its crown is spread out flat 9 to 14 pairs of pinnate leaves the pinnae have a rippled out on each edge almost all the way around. The plant is medium to large sized tree deciduous and balsamiferous upto 18mm in height and 2.4mm in girth. Bark is greenish yellow or reddish fairy thick smooth exfoliating in thin papery flakes and resinous. There floral characteristics are flower is small white in auxiliary racemes or panicles, Petals are long and ovate. The tree is found at the fort of western Himalayas, rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Madhya Pradesh.Vishwanath oils products produces Frankincense essential oil with the steam distillation method by Indian frankincense (Boswellia Serrata) And imports high quality Highland Carterrie Frankincense of oleogum resin. Frankincense oil by vishwanath oils products to sample –Distill and sample test the quality of bulk Oleogum-resins within India. We use a small stainless steel distiller and determine the essential oils optical rotation value of monitor the high quality frankincense oil each distillation.Steam Distillation Process By Vishwanath Oils Products : Good Steam: Vishwanath oils products has a german made Distillation plant and bolier that can supply upto 6 vessels with accurate and minutely adjustable level of steam. Good Water Filtration System: To extract as much mineral content as possible from water preventing electrolysis inside the boiler. Heat Distribution: Maintaining steam and heat distributed equally and uniformly throught the resin avoids reflex and homogenization which can destroy the quality of essential oils. After the Distillation of frankincense essential oil the main contents of oils Alpha-thugene, para-cymene, Alpha-pinene, limonene, sabinene, Beta-phellandrene, octa-3-carene, methyl chavicol. The Color of frankincense essential oil is light yellow while its aroma was beautiful and like the smell of frankincense resin spreads easily throughout the room. It was observed that two layers were formed in the condensate as the frankincense essential oil was above the water which means density of frankincense essential oil is lighter than density of water. Vishwanath oils Products Manufactures Frankincense essential Oil ( Boswellia Serrata) An annually capacity 13000 KG TO 15000 KG.Blends with Frankincense Essential oil:Frankincense Essential oil Blends with Cypress oil, lavender oil, Geranium oil, Rose oil, sandalwood oil, ylang- ylang , Clary sage etc.Constituents of Frankincense Essential oil:The Constituents of Frankincense Essential oil are Alpha-Thugene, para-cymene, alpha-pinene, methyl chavicol, Beta-pinene, Limonene, sabinene, beta-phellandrene, octa-3 carene,Uses of Frankincense Essential oil : Frankincense oil has an anti-inflammatory effects that may help reduce joint inflammation   caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Frankincense essential oil can be added to a Diffuser or vaporizer and inhaled for its sedative, earth fragrance that is known to enhance the mood and combat stress and anxiety. In spiritual practices the scent of frankincense strengthens both intuition and a  spiritual connection. A few drop of frankincense put into a diffuser or mixed with water to make an air freshening spray can eliminate airborne bacteria. Frankincense essential oil diluting with the mixture can be used for making cosmetics anti-aging and facial serums. In shampoo its tonic property is believed to help strengthen hair roots. Frankincense may help to reduce the likelihood of asthma attacks in susceptible people it may also relieve asthma symptoms such as Shortess of breath and wheezing. Precautions To use over Frankincense Essential oil:Frankincense Essential oil is safe non-toxic irritant and non-sensitizing oil yet care must be taken with it since it can have a phototoxic effect. It should therefore preferably not be applied before going out into sunlight for prolonged periods. Pregnancy and breast feeding not enough is known about the use of frankincense during pregnancy and breast feeding stay on the safe side and avoid use. Juniper Berry Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/juniper-berry-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/juniper-berry-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Lemon Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/lemon-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/lemon-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The lemon plant forms an evergreen spreading bush or small trees 3-6 meters. (10-20)ft high its young oval leaves have a decidedly reddish tiny that they turn green. In some varieties the young branches of lemon angular some have sharp thorns at the axils of the leaves.Description Of Lemon Essential Oil:The Lemon was introduced in spain and north Africa sometime between the years 1000 and 1200 C.E. It was further distributed through Europe by the crusaders who found its growing in Palestine. In 1494 the fruit was being cultivated in the azores and shipped largely to England.The lemon plant forms an evergreen spreading bush or small trees 3-6 meters. (10-20)ft high its young oval leaves have a decidedly reddish tiny that they turn green. In some varieties the young branches of lemon angular some have sharp thorns at the axils of the leaves. The flowers have a sweet odour and solitary or bone in small clusters in the axils of the leaves. Reddish tinted in the bud the petals are usually white above and redish purple yellow. The fruit is oval with a broad low apical nipple forms 8 to 10 segments the outer rind or peel yellow when ripe and rather thick in some varieties is prominently dotted with oils glands. The seed are small avoid and pointed occasionally fruits are seedless. Citrus oil is an essential oil present within the rind of wall of a citrus fruit. Lemon essential oil is extracted as a by product of juice extraction by centrifugation producing cold pressed oil. The present investigation citrus limon peel is used for extraction of lemon oil. The main contents of lemon essential oils are limonene, alpha-pinene, camphene, beta-pinene, sabinene, mycrene, alpha terepene, linalool, beta bisabolene trans-alpha-bergemotene, nerol and neral.Alpha pinene prevents anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and Bronchodilator. Camphene helps to prevent anti-oxidant & soothing. Sabinene works as a anti-oxidant anti-fungal & anti-inflammatory.Myrcene Helps to prevent sedative Anti-biotic And analgesic. Linalool Prevents Anti-anxiety & Analgesic Sedative. Limonene Works as a stimulant digestive  and detoxicant. Neral Helps as an anti-oxidant and analgesic.After the extraction Lemon Essential oil has a thin watery a pale greenish yellow colour and gives a sharp yet Fragrance which can be largely attributed to the chemical constituent liomonene.Blends with Lemon Essential oil:Lemon oil blends particularly well with Tea tree oil. Rose Oil, Neroli oil, Ylang-Ylang Oil, Cedarwood , Peppermint and other Citrus oils..Constituents of Lemon  Essential oil:The Main chemical constituents of lemon essential oils are a-pinene, Camphene, b-pinene, sabinene, myrcene, a-terpinene, linalool, b-bisabolene, limonene, trans-a-bergamotene, nerol and neral.Uses of Lemon Essential oil : Lemon Essential oil has an antiseptic properties helps in treating skin. Lemon essential oil reduces excessive oils on the skin. Lemon Essential oil is terrific to disinfect wooden cutting boards and kitchen counters. Soak kitchen cleaning clothes in bowl of water with several drops of lemon oil is disinfect. Lemon Essential oil helps to treat callouses corns and bunions. Lemon essential oil is an effective hair tonic and helps to eliminate dandruff while strengthening the hair. Lemon essential oil provides an uplifting environment and promotes a positive mood. Due to chemical make up of this oil it has been shown to help improve mood with an energizing and invigorating aroma. Precautions To use Lemon Essential oil:According to the national center for complementary and itergrativehealth,oral intake is not safe, pregnanat and breastfeeding woman should consult their health care practitioner, it may cause skin irritation to allergic people . Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Ylang Ylang Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/ylang-ylang-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/ylang-ylang-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Ylang-ylang is medium-sized evergreen tree, typically 10-20m in height but occasionally up to 40m in natural forests in its native Indo-pacific range. It produces a single main trunk and an uneven spreading crown of drooping branches and twigs bearing leaves in two rows. COADescription of Ylang-Ylang:Ylang-ylang is medium-sized evergreen tree, typically 10-20m in height but occasionally up to 40m in natural forests in its native Indo-pacific range. It produces a single main trunk and an uneven spreading crown of drooping branches and twigs bearing leaves in two rows.  It is easily recognized by its odd-shaped, very fragrant yellow or greenish-yellow flowers and distinctive aggregate fruit consisting of 8-15 clustered green or black berries.The leaves are dark shiny green above duller, lighter and slightly pubescent beneath, ovate-oblong to broadly elliptic, 9-21 cm in length and 4-9cm wide with wavy margins, a rounded ans usually unequal base, and finely acuminate apex. As with most other members of family Annonaceae, the leaves are arranged on a single plane along twigs. Petioles are light green, 6-15mm long. The leaf midrib is prominent with 7-12 pairs of lateral veins at an angle of 45Deg to the Midrib. The twigs are light green when young, becoming brown, and have a slightly spicy taste. The flowers have numerous stamens less than 3 mm long that are pointed and becoming reddish tinged at the apex, crowded into a triangular mass along with 8-15 separate green pistils that are less than 6mm long and whose stigmas are also crowded together.Distillation of Yalng-Ylang Esential oil:Ylang-ylang Essential oil is derived from the steam distillation of the plants sea star-shaped flowering parts. It is known to have a scent that can be described as sweetly and delicately floral and fresh with a fruity nuance. In the first 1-2 hours of distillation ylang-ylang oil is obtained and called as Extra Ylang-ylang oil. This is the highest prominent and finest quality of oil. It characteristics rich, sweet and floral scent.After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst and the constituents are Linalool, Geranyl Acetate, Germacrene-D, beta-caryophyylene, benzyl acetate, geranoil, methyl p-cresol, methyl benzoate, geranyl acetate, Farnasene and Benzyl benzonate.Linalool helps as Sedative and anti-anxiety. Geranyl Acetate is known for anti-fungal and anti-inflamamtory. Germacrene-D is believed to exhibit the stimulating and anti-viral activity. Beta-caryophyllene helps as Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial, Benzyl Acetate works as Sedative and Anti-spasmodic. Geraniol Is believed to exhibit the Anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial properties. Methyl P- Cresol helps in Disinfectant and anti-bacterial. Methyl Benzoate is believed To exhibit the following Sedative and Spasmolytic. Geranoil acetate works as Anti-fungal and Anti-septic. Farnesene Properties are Anti-oxidant, Calming, Anti-fungal properties. Benzyl Benzoate properties are Insecticidal and Anti-microbial.Blends with Ylang-ylang Essential oil;Ylang-ylang Essential oil well blends with Bergamot oil, geranium oil, grapefruit oil, lemon oil, marjoram oil, Sandalwood and vetiver oil also.Constituents of Ylang-ylang Essential oil:After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst and the constituents are Linalool, Geranyl Acetate, Germacrene-D, beta-caryophyylene, benzyl acetate, geranoil, methyl p-cresol, methyl benzoate, geranyl acetate, Farnasene and Benzyl benzonateUses of Ylang-ylang Essential oil Wound Healing:  Fibroblast cells reported that essential oils, including ylang-ylang have anti-proliferative properties. The essential oil also inhibited tissue remodeling suggested a potential wound healing property. Antimicrobial Properties: Ylang-ylang contains an antibacterial and antifungal compounds called linalool. A blend of ylang-ylang and thyme Essential oil showed a synergistic effect on microbial infections. Improve Skin hair and Health: Ylang-ylang has been used in skin care for treating acne. It has been reported that it can inhibit the activity of bacteria responsible for causing acne. Ylang-ylang oil has been used in many cosmetics and skin care products. The oil is common ingredient found in many commercial skincare and hair products. It is used in creams, perfumes , moisturize creams, and also massage oils. For Anxiety: Essential oil has a soothing effect and helps in reducing anxiety, that ylang ylang oil relieves stress and help lower depression. The ylang-ylang essential oil could significantly lower both the skin temperature as well as blood pressure. Anti-Inflammatory: Ylang-ylang essential oil contains iso-eugenol, a compound known for its-anti-inflammatory properties. The compound may also help reduce oxidative stress. This process may reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as cancer or cardiovascular. Precautions to use over Ylang-ylang Essential oil:Preganancy and breast feeding when ylang-ylang oil taken by mouth in amount commonly found in blood. There is not enough reliable information about safety of taking ylang-yalng  in medicinal bases if you are pregnant  or breast feeding stay on safe side to avoid use. Rosemary Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/rosemary-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/rosemary-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Rosemary Botanical name (Rosmarinus officinalis) also known as Garden rosemary is native to Mediterranean area. A member of the mint family. Rosemary plant is a perennial evergreen essential oil crop that may reach us a height upto 3meters. Rosemary can be grown all over the world. Description Of Rosemary Essential Oil:Rosemary Botanical name (Rosmarinus officinalis) also known as Garden rosemary is native to Mediterranean area. A member of the mint family.  Rosemary plant is a perennial evergreen essential oil crop that may reach us a height upto 3meters. Rosemary can be grown all over the world. The cool regions are best for its cultivation in india.the rosemary essential oil obtained by (rosmarinus officinalis L) by steam distillation method with use of stems leaves and flowers of rosemary plant and after by GC/MS Analysis and the main characteristics component being camphor, alpha pinene, 1,8 cineole, camphene, borneol, beta pinene, verbenone, b-caryophyllene, limonene, alpha-terpineol, mycrene, p-cymene, bornyl acetate, linalool, and terpin-4-ol.Rosemary contains a number of phytochemicals including rosmarnic acid, ursolic acid betuilnic acid.Rosemary oil is used for purpose of fragrant bodily perfumes to emit an aroma into a room.it is also burnt as incense and used in shampoo cleaning products.History Of Rosemary Essential Oil:Piny (23-27A.D Dioscordies contemporary of pliny and author of De material medica a work on the use and identification of medical herbs which was the basis of medical practioner for the next 1400 years. And Galen all wrote of rosemary I found numerous historical works that indicated the three worked with rosemary but only one mentioned that they agreed that it improved memory. It was cultivated by Spanish in 13th century and was a popular condiment with salt meals from 15th to 18th centuries.Banke in his work herbal from 1525 suggested technique to use rosemary as a remedy of gout of the legs and to keep the teeth from all the evils. He also recommended that smelling rosemary regularly would keep thee youngly.Vishwanath Oils Products Manufacturers Rosemary oil (Rosmarinus Officinalis) AN ANUALLY 7000 KG TO 10000 KG.Blends with Rosemary Essential oil:Rosemary oils  Blends with Cedarwood oil, Citronella Oil, Geranium Oil, Oregano oil, Lavender Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Peppermint Oil, and also with citrus oil specially lemon.Constituents of Rosemary Essential oil:The Constituents of Rosemary Essential oil are Camphor, Alpha-Pinene, 1,8 Cineole, Camphene, Borneol, b-pinene, Verbenone,b-caryophyllene, limonene, alpha-terpineol, Mycrene, P-cymene,Bornyl acetate, linalool and teripen-4-ol, eucayptol.Uses of Rosemary Essential oil : Rosemary essential oil improves brain function by inhaling because its increases the power of thinking concentration and memory. Rosemary Essential oil Stimulates hair growth by using into their scalps with blends of oil including male pattern baldness and patchy hair loss. Rosemary Essential oil is also known as a folk medicine in a pain reliver. Rosemary Essential oils helpful in harmful insects that may bite you infest your garden. Rosemary essential oil as a natural alternative of chemical products. Rosemary Essential oil helpful in ease of stress because pulse rate reflect short term stress and anxiety. Rosemary Essential oil blends topically may help lower inflammation in injuries and rheumatoid arthritis. Rosemary Essential oil Research shows potential use of oil including preventing cancer and food poisioning as well as supporting liver and digestive health. Precautions To use over Rosemary Essential oil:Rosemary oil is unsafe when taken in mouth in medicinal amount. During pregnancy rosemary oil to avoid in large amounts to intake. Rosemary Might increase the risk of bledding & bruising in people with disorders of bledding. Tea Tree Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/tea-tree-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/tea-tree-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Tea Tree Essential oil is commonly known as Melaleuca. Melaleuca Alternifolia is a small tree about 7cm (20ft with a bushy crown and a whitish papery bark. The leaves are smooth soft linear in shape (10-35mm) and 1mm wide. Description Of Tea Tree Essential Oil:Tea Tree Essential oil is commonly known as Melaleuca. Melaleuca Alternifolia is a small tree about 7cm (20ft with a bushy crown and a whitish papery bark. The leaves are smooth soft linear in shape (10-35mm) and 1mm wide. They also rich in oils with the glands prominent. This species grows well in a wide range of oils and climates. Tea Tree has been used as an alternative medical treatment for almost a century in Australia. The Steam Distillation of Tea Tree oil ( Melaleuca Alternifolia) oil was investigated in a small Batch still to ascertain of operating variables on the yield composition and rate of recovery of oil provides suitable Distillation Times 2-3 hours were used the oil yield and composition comes out.Oxygenated components particularly teripen-4-ol and 1,8 cineole are recovered the most rapidly. Tea Tree oil is commonly used as a topical antiseptic microbial properties specially in treatment of acne. It is also helpful in effective in treatment of fungal infections.Blends with Tea Tree Essential oil: Bergamot,cypress,eucalyptus,grapefruit ,juniper berry, lavender,lemon,marjoram ,nutmeg,pine ,rose absolute ,rosemary  oils. Constituents of Tea Tree Essential oil: Teripen-4-ol , g-teripene , 1,8- Cineole , a- Terpinene , a-Terpineol , p-cymene, d-pinene,  terpinolene , sabinene , b-aromadendrene tr, limonene. Uses of Tea Tree Essential oil:Tea tree oil has been used in traditional medicine as it has following benefits: Hand santitizer, Insect  repellent, Natural deodorant, Antiseptic for minor cuts and scrapes , Boost wound healing , Fight acne, Get rid of nail fungus , Chemical –free mouthwash , All-purpose cleaner , Soothe skin infalamation , Control dandruff, Treat athelet’s foot , Banish mold on fruits and vegetables , Relieve psoriasis. Precautions To use over Tea Tree Essential oil:Tea tree oil is poisonous when taken internally.It  may cause drowsiness , confusion, hallucinations,coma,unsteadiness, weakness , vomiting ,diarrhea,nausea ,blood cell abnormalities , and severe rashes should be kept away from pets and children.tea tree oil should not be used in or around the mouth. Turmeric Oil https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/turmeric-oil.htm https://www.essentialoilnatural.com/turmeric-oil.htm Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Turmeric is local to Indonesia and southern India, where it has been produced for more than 5000 years It has played a significant role in many established cultures all through the East, including being a respected member of the Ayurvedic system.Turmeric is local to Indonesia and southern India, where it has been produced for more than 5000 years It has played a significant role in many established cultures all through the East, including being a respected member of the Ayurvedic system. While Arab traders established it into Europe in 13th century, it has only lately become accepted in Western society. Much of its recent fame is due to the research that It has therapeutic properties. The foremost marketable producers of turmeric includes developing nations like India and Indonesia.Turmeric is best known for that bold yellow orange color that it gives to curry. Turmeric has been in use in Asia for thousand of years. History shows that by 800 A.D, The cultivation and trade of turmeric had spread across much of Asia, and also across much of Africa.Turmeric known as curcuma longa is a native to Asia and India. Turmeric is a very important spice in India, which produces nearly the whole world crop and consumes 80% of its produce. India is by far the largest producer and exporter of turmeric in the world. Turmeric occupies about 6% of the total area under spices and condiments in India. Turmeric is the boiled, dried out, unsoiled and refined rhizomes of curcuma longa. The plant is herbaceous permanent, 60-90cm in height, with a petite stem and tufted leaves. There are 7 to 12 leaves, the leaf cover forms the simulated stem. The lamina is green on top and pale green  and has a length of 30-40 cm and width 8-12cm. inflorescence is a middle spike of 10-15cm long. 1-4 flowers are grown in axil of the bract cavity one at a time.Distillation of Turmeric oil:The modified steam distillation process was used to obtain the essential oil from turmeric Rhizomes. The modified steam distillation process is the combination of continuous water circulation, steam distillation and a packed bed for turmeric rhizomes. The process was optimized for the operating time of 210 minutes with yield of Distillation oil. The present process is lead to reduced wastage of water soluble components and the continuous operation provides the short exposure of the heat sensitive components. Turmeric rhizomes were extracted by steam distillation method and the product is a free flowing liquid that is pale yellow to orange yellow in color with a characteristics spicy, fresh, rooty odour.After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst by GC/MS Method and  the constituents are Alpha-zingiberene, aromatic-tumerone, beta-sesquiphellandrene, alpha-tumerone, beta-tumerone, and beta-bisabolene.Vishwanath oils Products manufacturer of Turmeric oil Food Grade (Curcuma longa) In India.Vishwanath oils Products manufactures Turmeric Root oil ( Curcuma longa) In India.Blends with Turmeric oil;Turmeric oil well blends with ginger oil, ylang ylang oil, clary sage oil, and frankincense oil.Constituents of Turmeric oil:After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst by GC/MS Method and  the constituents are Alpha-zingiberene, aromatic-tumerone, beta-sesquiphellandrene, alpha-tumerone, beta-tumerone, and beta-bisabolene.Uses of Turmeric oil Turmeric oil for Brain:  Curcumin improves brain and cognitive Function. It was believed earlier that neurons in the brain from new connections only in childhood. Turmeric oil for Hair:  Turmeric oil is rich in antioxidant making it excellent for stimulating new cells to grow, promoting healthy hair follicles and preventing hair loss. The anti-inflammatory properties of the oil contribute to reducing scalp inflammation and improving hair growth. Turmeric oil For skin: In south Asia and Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric has been for centuries as a natural remedy to treat skin conditions including curbing acne, reducing blemishes and scars and discouraging facial hair growth in woman. Inflammation and pain : turmeric oil reduces that chronic or long-term inflammation is one of the key contributing factors to almost every major diseases today, including cancer, heart diseases, arthritis and many more adverse ailments. Turmeric oil prevents this inflammation should be considered as incredibly important in the fight against these illness. Turmeric oil for Detoxification:  The liver is a vital organ responsible for detoxifying the body, so keeping it healthy is critical in making sure the body is free from toxins. Turmeric has been used holistically to maintain liver health that turmeric has hepatoprotective meaning it protects the liver, mainly due to it being a powerful anti-inflammatory. Precautions to use over Turmeric oil:Pregnancy and breast feeding consuming Turmeric oil is likely safe when taken in food amount during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Do not take larger amounts of Turmeric oil if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.