Latest Products Latest Products Wed, 19 Feb 2020 23:21:34 +0530 en-us Floral Water Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Essential Oils Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Attars Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Kewra Water Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Genda Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : Genda Attar offered has commonness of Marigold leads yet the derived perfume is uniquely beautiful. Very "green" and refreshing, its refreshing and fresh aroma symbolizes friendship, loyalty & steadfastness in love.History : Genda attar was developed in the ancient times and it is used to cure inflammatory diseases like asthma. In India, people decorate temples with beautiful garlands of marigoldsUses : The extracted oil is extensively used in perfumery based applications. Providing a refreshing feel to the mind & body, it is also used in aromatherapy based applications. Further, it is also used in cleaning the air as well as in varied skin care preparations. Kewra Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : Extracted through steam distillation process from the flower part of the plant, Kewda Attar offered is well known & recognized for its sweet scent as well as essence that come directly from the Kewda flower. It finds wide usage in skin care formulations as well as in aromatherapy based applicationsHistory : The Kewra plant grows wild along the east coast of India. The plants that produce the best floral bouquet are grown in Ganjam district of South Orrisa. Indian uses the power of kewda to enhance the beauty.Uses : Kewda Attar helps in creating a truly smooth as well as refreshing perfume. Further, it can also be used as a flavouring agent and as a base material for perfumery products. Other than this, the attar is also used in aromatherapy based applications. Mitti Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : We also offer Mitti Attar that contains the refreshing fragrance of the wet earth. The soothing, mellow fragrance invokes a spirit of regeneration. Our Mitti Attar is prepared from the baked earth of the Ganga.History : During mughal period in India, it was flourished and later on taken on to the various parts of the world. It is believed that perfumery tradition was started 5000 years ago when distillation practice was reported to be in existence.Uses : The Mitti Attar is used as a blend in the perfumery industry. It has also been known since time immemorial to be a good skincare element. It reduces extra oil and greasiness from the skin, making it glowing and supple. Agarwood Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : It is extremely rare & precious oil that originates in North Eastern India, Bhutan & parts of South East Asia. It has a very long history of use in medicines, incense and as aromatic oil. It is the most potent aphrodisiac of all the essential oils. It also has carminative, antimicrobial, and anti-asthmatic properties.There are several species of agarwood including Aquilaria Agollocha, Aquilaria Malaccensis & Aquilaria Crassna. Its also known as Oudh.Aroma : Delicate sweet, rich precious woods, ambery notes of the agarwood with the earthy, mossy, rooty & musky undertone. Amber Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : Amber is produced from fossilized sap of giant prehistoric conifer called Pinus Succinefera. Oil is obtained by distillation of crude fossil resin. It is well appreciated for its soothing as well as stimulating aroma. Uses : It is used as base in perfume for chakra anointment, cosmetics & perfumery products. It is also used to provide protection against negative energies as it has a slightly sweet & gentle fragrance that is soothing to the spirit. Choya Loban Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : Choya Loban  is a traditional destructive distillation of Boswellia serrata (Indian frankincense). It is produced by adding benzoin directly and heating it in a special earthern ware. With more volatile principles of gum distilled into receiving vessel, it forms the natural way to produce it. In natural perfumery, it is used in leather perfumes, forest bases, fougere, colognes, incense notes, temple perfumes etc. Choya Ral Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Gul Hina Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Uses : The leaves of henna are used as skin and hair dye traditionally. It is also used in medicine and oil for perfumery. Gul Hina Attar is used in the preparation of perfume for men and women and also is used in Mehendi.History : Gulhina Attar(traditional distillation of Lawsonia inermis flowers into sandalwood is a pale yellow to light amber colored liquid displaying a delicate, rich, herbaceous-floral bouquet with a precious wood-balsamic undertone Gulhina is a perfect perfume in itself-subtle, complex and beautiful and I do not recommend blending hem.Bland With : The above quality is our standard specification. In addition to this customized blends are also offered to meet specific requirements. Gulab Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : We offer Rose Attar which is reputed to have the most classic fragrance. Rich, strong and refreshingly pleasant, this attar is very much popular in aromatherapy treatment. Extracted from the Indian Rosa Daascena, the Rose Attar offered by us carries the divine essence of the real flower.History : No other flower has inspired as much poetry, lyrics, love or longing, and no other flower expresses them better. Rose worship flourished 5000 years ago and it never much let up. Her scent is a feminine fragrance par excellence, sensual and erotic, yet assertive. If one reads the old herbals one might think that a whole system of medicine could be devised entirely based on the virtues of Roses: Rose tea, rose water, rose oil, rose wine, rose pomander, rose pastilles; the list goes on. Rose oil has always been a favourite, though expensive cosmetics item, and rosewater, a by-product of essential oil production, is equally cherished. Since 'still rooms' have become a thing of the past, such luxurious, yet simple natural treats have sunk into oblivion, making way for the advance of chemical replacements. Yet, even the cosmetics industry cannot do without roses. Although chemists have tried to manufacture an 'aroma-identical' synthetic rose oil, no-one has yet managed to reproduce the real thing. Thus huge quantities of roses are still grown solely for essential oil production, most of which is consumed by the perfume and cosmetics industry. Unfortunately, as with all expensive oils, Rose oil is frequently subject to adulteration. Cheaper essential oils or even perfume oils are often used to stretch the product and the profit margin. In mythology, Roses are sacred to Venus and depending on the eye of the observer, signify love, beauty, purity and innocence or passion and eroticism. Rose has the ability to somehow merge all these paradoxical aspects of femininity into its simple yet complex nature. Her many silken petals are like the veils that shroud the female mysteries.Uses : The Rose Attar finds extensive usage in the perfumery and cosmetic industry. Moreover, it is believed to have an influence on both the physical, mental and spiritual level of being, and hence is widely popular in any aromatherapy treatment. Kesar Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : Kesar Attar is well recognized for its sweet scent and essence. Extracted through steam distillation process from the flower part of the kesar plant, it is used with a blend of Sandalwood Oil and finds wide application in aromatherapy based applications as well as skin care formulations.History : Saffron researcher till today has defined well when first saffron cultivation has begun on earth, but it is believed by majority of the historians that this might have happened during per-historic Greek times. According to Greek mythology, handsome mortal crocus fell in love with the beautiful nymph Smilax. But alas, his favors were rebuffed by Smilax, and he was turned into a beautiful purple crocus flower. However the history of saffron cultivation and usage reaches back more than 3000 years and spans many cultures, continents and civilizations.Saffron, a spice derived from the dried stigmas of the saffron crocus (crocus sativus) has remained among the world’s most costly substances throughout history. Some believe that origin of saffron is located on a vast area of earth like, Greece, Turkey, Iran and central Asia. According to other historical evidences saffron was brought to India by the Persian rulers around 500 B.C. Although the origins of saffron are confusing. One of the first historic references to the use of saffron comes from ancient Egypt, where it was used by Cleopatra and other Pharaohs as an aromatic and seductive essence, and to make ablutions in temples and sacred places. The ancient Greeks and Romans also prized saffron for its use as a perfume and deodorizer. They scattered it at public places such as royal halls, courts. The use of saffron was common during the Roman Empire, The Emperor Nero is said to have had the streets of Rome sprinkled with saffron for his official entry into the city.Aroma : The relaxing aroma of this essential oil, sometimes described as like 'apples and straw' is an exotic and rich scent. It is commonly accepted as the best smelling of the Chamomiles.Uses : Coming directly from the Kesar flower, Kesar Attar offered by us is used as fragrance oil in exotic skin care formulations. Further, it also has usage in natural perfume oil as well as in meeting the demands of aromatherapy based applications. Maul Shree Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : Moulshree Attar has an exotic fragrance that features rich wood, earth & spicy notes. Pure and natural, the attar is prepared by traditional method and finds extensive usage in the perfumery industry. Blending well with Rose, Jasmine, Sandalwood, it also finds application as natural perfume oil.Uses : Moulshree Attar is used with natural perfume oil and finds large scale usage in the making of perfumes. Having Carrier Oil and Sandalwood Oil as its constituents, the derived perfume oil is also used in aromatherapy based applications. Motia Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : The Motia Attar offered by us is obtained through the process of steam distillation or water distillation from the plant Cymbopogon Martini, varietas motia. Exclusively extracted from plants found in South Asia and in the islands of the Indian Ocean, the Motia Attar has a pronounced floral fragrance and is much in demand in the perfumery industry.Uses : The Motia Attar finds usage in the cosmetic industry for scenting soaps. It is also used in the tobacco industry for flavouring tobacco. Moreover, the sharp and sweet smell of this attar makes it to be used as end note or top note in the production of different perfumes. Musk Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : We offer 100% Natural and Skin Safe Black Musk Attar is is quality processed using hydro distillation of herbs, flowers and spices that is followed by the maturing stages. The quality Black Musk Attar hence generated is used for providing solutions for joint pains, acne as well as skin problems. Other than this, it is also used as beauty care in creams and lotions..History : The musk oil is produced from a gland removed from the bottom of the belly of the Asia Musk Deer, Tokapi Deer, or Chinese Wild Deer. It is about the size of a small orange, and can only be obtained from the adult male deer. It is the either boiled in oil, or dried in to grains. Using this method, all deer are trapped and it is estimated that it will take 3 to 5 deer to find a fully mature stag (male). In Russia alone that would be 60,000 deer killed in one year to equal the amount of musk sold at their markets. All this for perfumes (5 % of trade) and traditional medicines of China (bulk of musk trade) and others. Currently the musk gland is used in as many as 400 Chinese and Korean traditional remedies, that have been made for over 5,000 years if not more. But as the populations grow in that area of the world, it consumes the habitat of this species, while demanding ever more Musk Deer's gland! Laws are in place to protect and conserve these deer in their range.Uses : Musk attar is widely used in the perfumery industry as a substitute for natural musk. Further, it is also used in meeting the needs of altering the smell of a mixture of other musks. Other than this, it is also highly beneficial in treating ailments like acne, joint pains and other skin related issues. Rajnigandha Attar Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : The Rajnigandha Attar offered by us is unique in the sense that it is a traditional Indian preparation. The fragrance is a mesmerizing combination of the exotic and the floral. Extracted from rajnigandha flowers, the attar has a hauntingly pure sweetness.History : Tuberose flowers are cultivated all over the world for its beauty and fragrance, especially in India, China, France, and Morocco. It is used in Indian weddings for decorations since traditional times. It is believed to be sacred when used in decorating the bed room of newly wed bride and grooms in India.Uses : The Rajnigandha Attar is an important ingredient in the making of various cosmetics, perfumes and essential oils. With its pure and fresh fragrance, it also finds usage in diverse religious ceremonies. A very Indian smell, it is very popular in the country as well as worldwide. Jasmine Water Wed, 17 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Description : We offer the excellent Jasmine Sambac Attar that is extracted from Jasminum Gradiflora of the Oleaceae family. Its mesmerizing fragrance makes it a valued ingredient in the perfumery industry. Since time immemorial, jasmine has been used by the Indians, the Arabs and the Chinese for medicinal purpose. Its intense aroma also makes it a favorite in any ceremonial occasion.History : She is an enchantress, this 'Queen of the Night', who works her magic through the nose and seduces her prey with the promise of lascivious joys. Cleopatra shamelessly borrowed this seductive power of flowers and doused her sails with Jasmine and Neroli oils as she went off to conquer the loins of Marc Antony - no wonder the guy didn't stand a chance. Despite its price tag Jasmine is among the best known and most popular essential oils. The cost however, is relative, considering the labour intensive process of production and the enormous amount of flowers required to obtain a single litre of oil: 1000kg, which equals about 8 million individually hand-picked flowers, are required to produce just 1kg of oil. Even so, it remains the most sought after oil of perfumers around the world. In India, the flowers of J. sambac are regarded as sacred,symbolizing innocence and purity of mind. Jasmine flower garlands adorn the temples and holy effigies or are offered to the Gods. At religious festivals the Gods themselves are thought to be present within the flowers. Jasmine flowers are never amiss at wedding ceremonies, and women like to weave a string of flowers into their hair, thus engulfing themselves with this beautiful, most sensuous of natural perfumes.Constituents : Benzaldehyde, benzoate, benzoic acid, benzyl acetate, benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, ceosol, cis-jasmone, cis-3-hexenyl, eugenol, farnesol, geraniol, indole, isohytol, linalool, methyl anthranilate and trace amounts of p. cresol, nerol, nerolidol, y-terpineol, phytol, etc.Uses : Jasmine Attar is as much valuable for its medicinal properties as it is for its intoxicating fragrance. An efficient remedy for severe depression, it soothes the nerves and rejuvenates and revitalizes the body. The oil works wonder in an expecting mother by hastening the birth and alleviating the pain, as well as being helpful in the post-natal phase. Moreover, it is also a well known aphrodisiac. An effective pain killer, it also reduces scars and stretch marks and is good for the skin. 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