|KHUS (VETIVER) HYDROSOL|
|:||Vetiveria zizanoides L|
Country of Origin
|:||Soluble in alcohol|
|:||0.990 to 1.032|
|:||50 to 130|
|:||.512 to 1.523|
|:||Blends well with Sandalwood oil |
|:||130 C |
|:||Hydro Distillation |
Description : it is a perennial grass of Poaceae family that is native to India. The derived Vetiver or khus contains over 100 identified components. Available in amber brown and rather thick finish, its odor is described as deep, woody, sweet, smoky, amber, earthy and balsam. It has characteristics of fragrant essential oil distilled from its roots significantly depend on where grass is grown and climate & soil conditions.
Constituents : Khus Oil, Benzoic Acid, Furfurol, Vetivene, Terpinen-4-ol, 5-epiprezizane, Khusimeme, A-murolene, Khusimone, Calacorene, Beta-Humulene, a-longipinine.
Uses : Khus (Vetiver) is mainly used in Perfumery and aromatherapy applications. It also has excellent fixative properties making them used widely in high end perfumes. Further, it is also used in traditional medicines as well as for adding a pleasant aroma in the house which is commonly described as "cool" and "refreshing".
Benefit : Vetiver hydrosol floral water is a 100% natural and organic steam distillate of vetiver grass and roots. When experiencing anxious, unnerved, or stressed feelings, use Vetiver oil aromatically or topically. Vetiver essential oil is rich in sesquiterpenes, which contain grounding properties. When used on the skin or inhaled, Vetiver essential oil can help provide a calming and grounding effect on emotions.
Caution Note: Do not take hydrosols internally without consultation from a qualified aromatherapy practitioner.conduct a skin patch test when trying a hydrosol for the first time. If you are pregnant, epileptic, have liver damage, have cancer, or have any other medical problem, discuss with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner.
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