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We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Vetivert, Vetiver Oil, Vetiver Roots
A densely tufted perennial grass, with aromatic roots and rhizomes; leaves
narrow, linear, erect, sheaths compressed, ligules reduced to a scrious rim,
midrib slender, lateral nerves close, spikelets grey, green or purplish in
apanicle of numberous selnder racemes, sesile spikelets linear-lanceolate,
glabrous, pedicelled spikelets 2-flowered; fruits oblong, grains, slightly
oblique at the apex.
Chemical Constituents :
Essential oil containing B-vetivone. Isobisabolene, khusol and azulene from
Vetiver is used extensively in Oriental perfumes and other perfumes as an
excellent fixative and base note. It has a strong odor intensity so very
little is needed in the formulation of a perfume. Vetiver complements the
following essential oils: linaloe berry, lavender
, sandalwood, clary-sage, rose
Vetiver essential oil is used in Holistic Aromatherapy. It is an extremely
relaxing oil which helps the body and mind to release excess heat. The oil
is considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. The qualities of
the oil are it is nourishing, uplifting, comforting, refreshing, restoring
and grounding. In holistic aromatherapy vetiver essential oil is used for
the following: headaches, heatstroke, fever, premenstrual tension, muscle
aches, sprains, stiffness, rheumatism, insomnia, depression, stress, mental
and physical exhaustion, muscle pain, extreme anxiety, flashbacks and
hysteria. Vetiver is also used in skin care, cosmetics, massage and baths.
It is beneficial for acne, cuts, eczema, dry skin, wounds, aging skin and
The roots or rootlets have been used in Indian households for centuries.
The fibers of the grass are woven into aromatic mats that are used to sleep
on. The vetiver roots are used to repel insects and are layered among the
clothes. The root is used to make blinds and window screens necessary to
shield the intense hot sun. The blinds are sprinkled with water throughout
the day creating moist cool sweet breezes.
The roots are bitter, sweet, acrid, refrigerant, aromatic, diaphoretic,
depurative, digestive, carminative, stomachic, antiemetic, constipating,
haematinic, haemostatic, expectorant, diuretic, febrifuge, stimulant,
anthelmintic, emmenagogue, alexeteric, soporific, antispasmodic and tonic.
They are useful in vitiated conditions of pitta, and vata, hyperdipsia,
burning sensation, ulcers, skin diseases, nausea, obstinate vomiting,
dyspepsia, flatulence, colic, anaemia, haemorrhages, haemoptysis, cough,
asthma, hiccough, strangury, bilious fever, gout, lumbago, sprains,
halitosis, cephalalgia, spermatorrhea, hysteria, insOmnia, diarrhoea,
hyPerhidrosis, amentia, cardiac debility, amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea,
helminthiasis, spasmodic affections, erysipelas, emaciation and general
Tisserand Pure Essential Oils can be used as essences in the bath or
vaporisers - use only 5 or 6 drops. They can also be used to make up your
own massage blends having first diluted them in Tisserand massage oil base
or lotion base.