Amyris Oil (Buy Online)

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Product Code :KEO-11
Botanical Name :Amyris Balsamifera
Plant Part :Wood And Branches
Country of Origin :India
Blends Well With :Cedarwood, citronella, ginger, ho wood, lavender, oakmoss, peru balsam, ylang ylang
Color & Odor :Viscous pale yellow liquid with Faintly woody, slightly sweet, reminiscent of Sandalwood
Method of Extraction :Steam Distillation
Weight & Rate :50 Ml (USD 10)  100 Ml (USD 15)  500 Ml (USD 70)  1000 Ml (USD 135)  5000 Ml (USD 624)  10000 Ml (USD 1020)        
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Amyris oil is a type of essential oil that is derived from the Amyris balsamifera tree. It is a tropical tree native to the Caribbean, Central, and South America, and parts of Asia and is also known as West Indian Sandalwood, Torchwood, and Candlewood, The Amyris tree is a slow-growing, evergreen tree that belongs to the Rutaceae family and can reach a height of up to 20 meters. It has a trunk diameter of up to 50 cm and has small, white or yellowish flowers that bloom in clusters and produce small, green fruit that ripens to black. The fruit contains one to two seeds, which are used to propagate the tree. The wood of the Amyris tree which is used to extract the oil, is hard and dense, with a fine grain that is similar to that of true sandalwood.

It has a distinctive fragrance that is woody, earthy, and slightly sweet and is often used as a natural substitute for sandalwood in perfumes and fragrances. Amyris trees are typically grown in tropical regions with a warm and humid climate; they prefer well-drained soil and can tolerate a range of soil types, including sandy and rocky soils. The trees can be propagated by seed or by cuttings, and require regular pruning to maintain their shape and promote branching. The trees typically start producing oil after 5 to 7 years of growth. However, the cultivation of Amyris trees requires careful management to ensure optimal growth and oil production. Sustainable cultivation practices, such as intercropping with other crops and using organic fertilizers, can help to improve soil fertility and reduce the environmental impact of Amyris plantations.

The essential oil of Amyris is steam distilled from the wood of the tree and is a pale yellow to light brown liquid with a sweet, woody aroma. It has a warm, woody, and slightly sweet aroma, with notes similar to sandalwood. It is composed primarily of sesquiterpenes, including beta-Endemol, lemon, and gamma-Endemol, and has a range of potential health benefits, including relaxing and soothing properties. Amyris tree and its essential oil are valued for their unique aroma and potential therapeutic benefits and are an important resource for the fragrance industry and natural health practitioners. Amyris oil is also known for its therapeutic properties, which include its ability to promote relaxation and relieve stress. It is also used for its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties and can be used topically to soothe skin irritations and wounds. It is important to note that while Amyris oil is often referred to as West Indian Sandalwood oil, it is not related to true sandalwood (Santalum spp.).

This oil is often used in perfumery as a base note and as a fixative, as it has a long-lasting scent. Amyris oil is also used in aromatherapy for its relaxing and calming properties. In addition to its use in perfumery and aromatherapy, Amyris oil has been used in traditional medicine to treat respiratory problems, inflammation, and stress. However, more research is needed to confirm its potential health benefits.Amyris oil is not typically consumed for its nutritional value as it is an essential oil used primarily for aromatherapy and perfumery. Therefore, it does not contain significant amounts of nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, or minerals that are typically found in foods. Overall, while Amyris oil may provide benefits for relaxation and stress relief through aromatherapy, it is not a significant source of nutrients and should not be relied upon as a dietary supplement.

This oil has a great history of its use. The oil extracted from the wood of the Amyris tree, known as Amyris oil or West Indian Sandalwood oil, has been used in traditional medicine and perfumery for centuries due to its soothing and relaxing properties. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Amyris oil was used as a less expensive substitute for the more expensive sandalwood oil in perfumes and fragrances. It was also used as a natural insect repellent and as a fixative in the manufacture of soap and candles. During World War II, Amyris oil was used in the manufacture of synthetic rubber and other chemical products. However, the demand for Amyris oil declined in the mid-20th century due to the availability of cheaper synthetic alternatives. In recent years, there has been a renewed interest in Amyris oil due to its potential health benefits and its use in natural perfumery and aromatherapy. Today, Amyris oil is primarily used in the fragrance industry as a base note and fixative, and in aromatherapy for its calming and relaxing properties.


  • Perfumery Industry: This oil is used as a natural fixative and base note in perfumes and fragrances, providing a warm, woody, and slightly sweet aroma. It is often used as a substitute for the more expensive sandalwood oil, as it has a similar fragrance profile.

  • Personal Care Industry: It is used in a variety of cosmetic and personal care products, including soaps, lotions, and creams. Its moisturizing properties and pleasant aroma make it a popular ingredient in natural skincare formulations.

  • Aromatherapy Industry: This oil is used in aromatherapy and natural medicine for its relaxing and calming properties. It is often used to promote relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve sleep quality.

  • Insects Repellent Manufacturing Industry: It has insect-repellent properties and can be used to repel mosquitoes, flies, and other insects. Thus, it is used in natural insect repellent formulations, making it a popular ingredient in the outdoor and camping industry.

  • Food and Beverage Industry: It has been used as a flavoring agent in the food and beverage industry, particularly in the production of alcoholic beverages.

  • Industrial Chemicals manufacturing: It has been used in industrial applications, such as in the production of synthetic rubber and other chemical products.

  • Cleaners manufacturing Industry: This oil can be used as a natural ingredient in cleaning products, due to its pleasant aroma and potential antiseptic properties.


  • Have a relaxing Massage: This oil can be effectively used as a massage Oil. When you want to pamper yourself, you can massage your head & body using this oil. Dilute Amyris oil with carrier oil, such as coconut oil or almond oil, and use it for a relaxing massage. It enhances the mood and makes you feel relaxed & calm. It relieves the whole mind & body and helps in better Concentration. You can also try this DIY recipe to create massage oil and for that mix 1/4 cup of sweet almond oil, 1/4 cup of jojoba oil, and 10-15 drops of Amyris oil in a small bottle.

  • Get a relaxing & soothing Bath experience: Buck Up! It’s done for today, now it’s the time to relax, and get a hot water bath. Mix 1 cup of Epsom salt, 1/2 cup of baking soda, and 10-15 drops of Amyris oil in a jar. Use 1/2 cup of the mixture of this bath salt in your bath for a relaxing and soothing experience.

  • Use it to soothe your Skin: Skin suffering from extra dryness, itchiness, or irritation? Then this is the solution, our Amyris oil. This oil has moisturizing properties that can help soothe dry, rough, or irritated skin. Add this oil to your skincare, so you can add a drop or two of Amyris oil to your lotion or body oil. It will help to provide moisturization and also imparts a pleasant aroma.

  • Use it as a natural scent: This oil has a pleasant and subtle fragrance, making it useful as a natural fragrance for personal use. Apply a drop or two of Amyris oil to your pulse points, such as your wrists or neck, for a subtle and natural fragrance.

  • A Natural Room Spray: Use this oil as a natural room spray to freshen up your surroundings. Mix Amyris oil with water and use it as a natural room spray to freshen up your living space. Combine 1/2 cup of distilled water, 1/4 cup of witch hazel, and 10-15 drops of Amyris oil in a spray bottle. Shake well before using and spray around your living space to freshen up the air.

  • Use it for Household Cleaning: This oil will solve all your purposes, as you can use this oil as an All-Purpose Cleaner. Amyris oil has antimicrobial properties, making it useful for cleaning and disinfecting surfaces around the home. You can add a few drops of Amyris oil to a natural cleaning solution or you can try this DIY recipe, Combine 1 cup of water, 1/2 cup of white vinegar, and 10-15 drops of Amyris oil in a spray bottle. Shake well before using it and use it as an all-purpose cleaner on surfaces throughout your home.

  • Works as a natural Insects Repellent: You can use this oil as a natural Insect repellent and for that just need to dilute it with any mixture. You can mix Amyris oil with other insect-repellent essential oils, such as citronella or lemongrass, and use it as a natural insect repellent. Mix 1/4 cup of distilled water, 1/4 cup of witch hazel, and 10-15 drops of Amyris oil in a spray bottle. Shake well before using and apply to your skin or clothing to repel insects.

  • This oil has a warm, woody, and balsamic scent that can promote relaxation and help reduce stress and anxiety.

  • This oil contains compounds that may have antimicrobial properties, which can make it useful for preventing infections.

  • It has moisturizing and skin-soothing properties, making it useful for improving the appearance and health of the skin.

  • It may have a positive effect on the respiratory system, potentially helping to relieve coughs and other respiratory issues.

  • The pleasant aroma of Amyris oil can help uplift the mood, providing a sense of calm and well-being.

  • The relaxing and calming properties of Amyris oil can promote restful sleep and improve sleep quality.

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