Ambrette Seed Essential Oil

  • 10 Review(s)
Product Code :KEO-06
Botanical Name :Abelmoschus Moschatus
Plant Part :Seeds
Country of Origin :India
Blends Well With :This oil blends perfectly with galbanum, lavender, and peppermint. Apart from it juniper berry, spruce , orange, balsam and mimosa mix quite easily with this oil. Combination of the oil with frankincense, costus, myrrh, cedarwoods and carrot seed adds great value to the products.
Color & Odor :Pale yellow in color with a warn, sweety , musky aroma.
Method of Extraction :Steam Distillation , Solvent Or Co2 Extraction
Weight & Rate :50Ml / 1.6907 Oz (USD 74)  100Ml / 3.3814 Oz (USD 134.65)  500Ml / 16.90 Oz (USD 612)  1L / 33.81 Oz (USD 1110.2)  5L / 169.07 Oz (USD 5036.25)          
  • 74
100% Natural Product
Assured Best Price
Customer Support
Express Delivery

BUY ONLINE 100% PURE QUALITY AMBRETTE SEED OIL ONLINE - PERFUME & AROMATHERAPHY

Ambrette seed oil is a fragrant essential oil that is derived from the seeds of the Abelmoschus moschatus plant, commonly known as the ambrette plant or musk mallow. The Ambrette plant is a tropical plant that is native to India and is widely cultivated in other parts of the world, including China, Indonesia, and the Caribbean. It is a member of the Malvaceae family, which includes a wide range of flowering plants. It is a small, annual or perennial shrub that grows up to 2 meters in height. It has large, heart-shaped leaves that are green and fuzzy to the touch. The plant produces beautiful, showy, yellow flowers that bloom from summer to early autumn. The flowers are fragrant and have five petals that are arranged in a hibiscus-like shape. The plant also produces fruit that has a capsule containing numerous small, brown seeds.

The seeds are oval-shaped and have a musky aroma. These are the seeds which are used to extract the oil. The seeds are harvested when they are mature and are then processed to extract the essential oil. The Ambrette plant is a hardy plant that grows well in a variety of soil types, although it prefers well-drained soil and plenty of sunlight. Other than the production of oils, this plant has been used in traditional medicine for its antiseptic, digestive, and diuretic properties.The oil is typically extracted through a steam distillation process, which involves heating the seeds to release the essential oil. It has a sweet, musky aroma with floral and woody undertones. It is commonly used in the perfume industry as a natural alternative to synthetic musk fragrances. The oil is also used in aromatherapy for its calming and grounding properties.

In addition to its aromatic properties, this oil has several potential health benefits. It has been used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments, including digestive issues, respiratory problems, and skin conditions. As such, it does not have significant nutritional value in terms of vitamins, minerals, or other essential nutrients. However, this oil does contain several chemical compounds that may have therapeutic properties. These compounds include musk ketone, ambrettolide, and ambrettolic acid, among others. Some of the potential health benefits of this oil include its ability to promote relaxation, improve digestion, alleviate respiratory problems, and support healthy skin. However, more research is needed to fully understand the therapeutic properties of the oil.The use of this oil dates back centuries, and it has a long history in the traditional medicine and perfumery industry.

In traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine, it has been used for its antiseptic, digestive, and diuretic properties. It was also believed to have aphrodisiac properties and was used to enhance libido and fertility. Thus, it was used in traditional medicines to treat a variety of ailments, including respiratory problems and digestive issues. In the Middle East, the oil was used as a natural perfume and was highly prized for its musky aroma. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it became a popular ingredient in perfumes and other fragrances in Europe. It was used as a natural alternative to animal-based musk fragrances, which were becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. Today, this oil is still widely used in the perfume industry as a natural musk fragrance. It is also used in aromatherapy for its calming and grounding properties, and in natural remedies for a variety of health issues. Overall, it is a versatile and aromatic essential oil with a variety of potential health benefits.

LIST OF INDUSTRIES USING - AMBRETTE SEED OIL -MAJOR API IN PERFUME & FRAGRANCES

  • Perfumery Industry: This essential oil is widely used in the perfumery industry as a natural musk fragrance. It is valued for its sweet, floral, and musky scent, which is long-lasting and has a strong fixative effect.

  • Aromatherapy Industry: It is used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation and reduce stress and anxiety. It is believed to have calming and grounding properties that can help to alleviate feelings of tension and nervousness. Thus, aromatherapy clinics and spas often use it in their treatments.

  • Food Industry: It is sometimes used as a flavouring agent in food and beverages. Its musky aroma can add a unique and complex flavour to dishes like stews, soups, and curries.

  • Cosmetics & Skincare Industry: This oil is also used in cosmetics and skin care products due to its skin-soothing properties. It can be found in creams, lotions, and moisturizers, and is believed to help hydrate and nourish the skin.

  • Herbal Supplements Industry: It is used in herbal supplements for its therapeutic properties and is believed to have a variety of health benefits.

  • Traditional medicine Industry: The oil has a long history of use in traditional medicine, particularly in Ayurvedic medicine, where it has been used for its antiseptic, digestive, and diuretic properties. It has also been used to treat respiratory problems, improve digestion, and enhance libido. Thus, Practitioners of traditional medicine may use it in their treatments.

  • Home Fragrance Industry: It is used as a fragrance ingredient in a variety of products of home fragrance products, such as candles, diffusers, and air fresheners.

  • Textiles Industry: This oil is used in the textile industry as a natural fragrance for fabrics and clothing.

PERSONAL AND DAILY USES OF AMBRETTE SEED OIL

  • Use it to do Massage: This oil can be used as a Massage oil to get a soothing, relaxing & calming massage. Mix a few drops of it with a carrier oil like apricot kernel or avocado oil and use it as a massage oil. Massage it on your whole body or particularly where you feel any kind of stiffness or strain which you may feel on the Joints & muscles. This oil helps to relax the body & refrain from any kind of stress.  Moreover, it helps to ease tension and promotes relaxation.

  • Use it as a personalized & natural Fragrance: It can be used as a natural fragrance. To use it as a natural fragrance, Mix a few drops of it with a carrier oil like jojoba or sweet almond oil and apply it as a natural perfume. You can apply a small amount to your wrists, neck, or other pulse points to enjoy the sweet, musky scent. It can also be added to unscented lotions or body oils for a personalized fragrance.

  • Create a soothing & relaxing Environment: The oil can be used to create a relaxing & calming ambience, which will promote relaxation and reduces stress and anxiety. To create such an environment, add a few drops to a diffuser or aromatherapy burner, and diffuse it in the room. You can also make a room spray using this oil which will also freshen up the territories. To use it as a room spray, mix a few drops of it with water and witch hazel in a spray bottle. Spray this in all four corners and create a perfect relaxing environment.

  • Use it for Skincare: It can be added to your skincare routine. It is believed to help hydrate and nourish the skin, making it useful for dry and sensitive skin types. You can add a few drops to your moisturizer or use it as a spot treatment for dry patches. You can also use it as a body oil. To use, mix a few drops of the oil with a carrier oil like grapeseed or sesame oil and use it as a moisturizing body oil.

  • Use it to get a nourishing Hair treatment: Use this oil in your haircare products to add shine and nourishment to the hair. You can add a few drops to your shampoo or conditioner, or mix it with a carrier oil for a hair mask. You can also make hair serum out of it. To make it, mix a few drops of this oil with a carrier oil like argan or coconut oil and apply it to the ends of your hair to add shine and nourishment.

  • Use it as Insect repellent: It has been found to have insect-repellent properties and can be used as a natural alternative to synthetic insecticides. It can be applied topically to the skin after dilution, to repel insects like mosquitoes and ticks. You can mix a few drops of this oil with a carrier oil like neem oil or castor oil and then apply it to your skin to repel insects.

  • Use it for Cooking: Cook your favourite food with Ambrette seed oil as this oil can be used as a natural flavouring agent in cooking. It has a sweet and musky aroma that can help to enhance the flavour of dishes like sauces, marinades, and desserts.

AMBRETTE SEED OIL - BENEFICIAL OUTCOMES
  • The oil is believed to have hydrating and nourishing properties that can help to soothe and soften the skin. It may be useful for dry and sensitive skin types.

  • It can help to add shine and nourishment to the hair.

  • This oil offers therapeutic benefits, which can help to promote relaxation and reduce stress and anxiety.

  • It has anti-inflammatory properties that may help to reduce inflammation in the body.

  • It also may help to support respiratory health and helps in getting relief from respiratory conditions like coughs, colds, asthma and bronchitis.

  • The oil has a sweet, musky scent inhaling which can help to promote the overall well-being of the person.

  • It is believed to have mood-enhancing properties which can help to alleviate the mood of the person and it's because of its musky fragrance as well.

  • It has been found to have antimicrobial properties, which may make it useful in the treatment of infections caused by bacteria and fungi.

  • This oil provides digestive aid and is believed to help stimulate the production of digestive enzymes, thereby improving digestion and reducing bloating and gas.

Bulk Enquiry