Vetiver Oil

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Price: $45.00

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Vetiver oil is extracted from the root of the vetiver Grass. For different therapy purposes the extract of this plant is used. The grass is known for more than human need. Weeds and pests are prevented from growing in the fields where the grass is cultivated and soil is prevented from getting eroded in the erosion process. Soil gets stabilized to the maximum when vetiver Grass is grown. Animals can be fed too with this high quality nutritious plant.

The oil is effectively used in aromatherapy and in cosmetic production besides being used to address human ills. Its ingrained properties are fibrous in nature due to which the grass is also utilized in the making of ropes, handicraft items and other allied products. Oil obtained is an essential extract, fragrant in nature and the grass is commercially cultivated mainly for this purpose. Eachyear, stats reveal thatat least 250 tons of Vetiver Grass is produced all over the world.

Vetiver Oil History

Popular perfumes are made by using Vetiver Grass oil which is mainly an additive for its property of being fixative in nature. In all the Lavaniaand perfumes produced in the west, an approximate of nothing less than ninety percentof this essential oil is among the list of ingredients. The country that leads in the production of this grass is Haiti.

In the 1940s, Lucien Ganot a man from France introduced the processing method of the grass. Later on Frank Leger had a plant established in the year 1958 on the grounds of a distillery for alcohol owned by Demetrius Leger, his father. Pierre Leger, the son of Frank in the year 1984 took over the plant, expanded, so that Vetiver roots and grass could be effectively broken down to an extract of nearly one metric ton! The success story has culminated in an unprecedented demand for the extract.

Verier Oil Properties And Blending Features

Today annual production has gradually increased and the grass is now sought for more reasons that perfumery. Many aroma therapy dedicated industrialists are exploring and profiting from the production of this essential oil. Along with Japan, China, Brazil and India are now the other major oil producers; other than Java. In many of the countries all across the world this essential oil is in great demand at spas and in homes too. The therapeutic uses of the extract are also put to the test ina  numbero alternate treatments for ills such as insomnia and stress.

Its smell is musty and earthy and blends perfectly with ylangylang, benzoin, sandalwood, bergamot, rose, black pepper, patchouli, chamomile Roman, mandarin, coriander, elemi, lemon, jasmine and lavender. This is one of the main reasons why the grass is so popular and in demand. Some of the main properties of the oil include it being extremely effective as a sedative, antiseptic, stimulant, antispasmodic and circulatory stimulant.

Storage: Store in cool and dark place, Keep away from heat and spark

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