Ambergris Essential Oil

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Product Code :KEO-04
Botanical Name :Ambergrease
Plant Part :Resin
Country of Origin :India
Blends Well With :Amber , Sandalwood , Patchouli
Color & Odor :Dull grey or blackish in colour. It has a peculiar odor that makes it suitable to be used as a fixative. Also, it has a unique combination of marine and fresh fragrance.
Method of Extraction :Steam Distillation
Weight & Rate :50Ml / 1.6907 Oz (USD 34)  100Ml / 3.3814 Oz (USD 62.25)  500Ml / 16.90 Oz (USD 295.25)  1L / 33.81 Oz (USD 530)            
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Ambergris oil is a rare and valuable oil that is extracted from ambergris, a substance produced in the digestive system of sperm whales. Ambergris is formed in the intestines of sperm whales and is expelled from the body naturally or after the whale has died. It is thought to be produced as a result of the whale's digestion of squid and other marine life. Ambergris can be found floating in the ocean or washed up on beaches, and it is collected by people who search for it. Ambergris has a distinctive odor that has been described as earthy, musky, and sweet, and it is used in perfumes as a fixative, which helps to hold the scent in place. Ambergris oil is not an oil that is obtained from some plants, but rather from the digestive system of the sperm whale. It is formed when a substance called indigestible squid beaks irritates the stomach lining of the sperm whale. Over time, the whale's digestive system produces a waxy substance around the beaks, which is then expelled from the whale's body.

As such, there are no plantations or farming methods associated with the production of ambergris oil. Instead, the oil is obtained from natural sources, such as ambergris which has been washed up on beaches or collected from the ocean. This oil has a unique and complex scent that is described as being musky, earthy, and sweet. Its fragrance is often described as being similar to that of aged whiskey or tobacco. Ambergris oil is a pale yellow to brown liquid that is viscous and thick. It is insoluble in water but soluble in alcohol and other organic solvents. The oil is composed of a complex mixture of aromatic compounds but the exact composition of ambergris oil is not well understood, but it is believed to contain a complex mixture of organic compounds, including fatty acids, steroids, ambrein, ambergris one, and various other musk compounds that contribute to its unique scent. However, Its composition can vary depending on factors such as the age of the ambergris, the diet of the whale, and other environmental factors.

Ambergris oil is mainly used in the perfume industry as a fixative, which helps to hold the scent of other fragrant ingredients in a perfume. It is also used in some traditional medicines for its purported healing properties. Genuine ambergris is a rare and highly sought-after substance, and as a result, ambergris oil is also very rare and expensive. Due to the rarity and high cost of genuine ambergris, many perfumers use synthetic compounds to mimic its scent. However, some high-end perfumes still use natural ambergris oil for its unique aroma and ability to enhance the longevity of a fragrance. Ambergris oil is not commonly consumed as a food or supplement, so it does not have a recognized nutritional value in the traditional sense. Instead, it is primarily used in the perfume industry as a fixative to enhance the scent of other fragrant ingredients. However, some people have used ambergris oil for its purported medicinal properties, such as its supposed ability to stimulate the immune system and improve digestion.

There is limited scientific research on the health benefits of ambergris oil, and its safety and efficacy have not been established. Ambergris oil has been used in perfumery for centuries and has a long and fascinating history. Ambergris was highly prized in ancient times, and it was used in many different cultures for a variety of purposes. The ancient Egyptians used ambergris in cosmetics, and the Chinese used it in traditional medicine. It has been used as a pigment in traditional Japanese ink painting, known as Sumi-e. Ambergris became especially popular in medieval Europe, where it was used in perfumes and as a medicine. It was believed to have many health benefits, such as stimulating the immune system and aiding digestion. During the Renaissance, ambergris oil became even more popular, and it was used in many high-end perfumes.

The famous French perfumer, Catherine de Medici, was known to have used ambergris oil in her perfumes. Ambergris continued to be used in perfumery throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, but its popularity leads to generating synthetic fragrances more commonly. Today, Ambergris oil is still used in some high-end perfumes and is highly valued for its unique scent. The harvesting and trade of ambergris have a controversial history. In the past, many sperm whales were killed for their ambergris, which was highly valuable. Today, the use of ambergris is regulated in many countries, and some have banned its use in cosmetics and perfumes due to concerns about its impact on whale populations. It is important to note that the harvesting of ambergris is regulated in many countries, and in some cases, it is illegal to collect or trade ambergris.


  • Fragrance Industry: It is widely used in the fragrance industry as a fixative to enhance and prolong the scent of other fragrant ingredients. It has a unique and complex scent that is highly valued by perfumers and is often described as sweet, earthy, and musky. Several high-end fragrance brands use ambergris oil as a key ingredient in their perfumes.

  • Cosmetics & Skin Care Industry: This oil has been used in cosmetics and skin care products, although its use is regulated in many countries due to concerns about the impact on whale populations.

  • Food Industry: Researchers are exploring the potential use of ambergris oil as a natural preservative in food due to its antimicrobial properties.

  • Research Industry: Researchers are exploring the potential industrial applications of ambergris oil in nanotechnology, materials science, and as a natural preservative in food.

  • Aromatherapy: The sweet, earthy & musky aroma of Ambergris oil makes it a popular ingredient in aromatherapy. It is believed to have a calming and relaxing effect on the mind and body, making it also used in aromatherapy for promoting relaxation and reducing stress and anxiety.


  • Use it to give a treatment at Home: This oil can be used to give aroma therapies at home and such therapies you can take by creating a relaxing and calming atmosphere. A few drops can be added to a diffuser or mixed with a carrier oil which will help to create such an environment. You can use this oil to give a therapeutic massage. You can mix ambergris oil with carrier oil, such as jojoba or almond oil, to create a luxurious massage oil. It can also be added to a blend of other essential oils to create a relaxing and calming aromatherapy blend such as lavender oil, bergamot oil, etc.

  • Adds a Natural Fragrance: This oil can be used as a natural perfume, a scent, or a cologne and thus you can use this to add a natural fragrance to your body. Ambergris oil can be used as a fragrance. Add a few drops of this oil and dilute it with any carrier oil of your choice or you can also mix it in alcohol. Apply this on your pulse points and enjoy the fragrance for the whole day.

  • Add this oil to your Skincare: Use it for your Personal Care and skin care comes first. This oil offers great benefits to the skin and thus Ambergris oil can be added to a carrier oil or lotion and applied to the skin for its purported health benefits, such as its moisturizing and soothing properties.

  • Use it on your Hair: Add this oil to your Haircare to make them smoother, longer & Stronger. Ambergris oil can be added to a carrier oil or shampoo to promote healthy hair growth and strengthen them.

  • Use it as Bath oil: A few drops of ambergris oil are enough in the bath water to make yourself relaxed & calm. It fades out all the tiredness and makes the skin breezy. You can add a few drops into the warm water for a relaxing and luxurious experience. You can use make Bath salts out of this oil. And thus it can be added to bath salts or bath bombs to create a luxurious and relaxing bath experience.

  • Provides Mental Peace: It is believed to have a calming and relaxing effect on the mind and body. Using it in either mode may help to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression and thus offers mental peace.

  • Improves Skin elasticity: This oil is believed to have moisturizing and soothing properties, which may help hydrate and soothe the skin. It may also help improve skin elasticity and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Makes your hair healthier & beautiful: It is believed to promote healthy hair growth and strengthen hair. It may also help prevent hair loss and improve the overall health of the hair.

  • Aphrodisiac: It is believed to have aphrodisiac properties, which may help increase libido and sexual desire.

  • Aids to Digestion: It is believed to have digestive benefits, which may help improve digestion and alleviate digestive issues such as bloating and indigestion.

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