Tuberose Oil -   AOS 162

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Tuberose oil is obtained from Polianthes tuberosa. It is extracted from the stems, leaves, flowers, bark and roots of a plant. Tuberose Oil is widely used in medicines and in perfumes due to its aroma. It is also called raat ki raani or mistress of night. Tuberose oil available in retails price online so visit our website and buy directly from Manufacturer, supplier and exporter. We have highest Credit Ranking of A++ by Dun & Bradstreet. Our products are 100% Pure and Safe. We are proving 100% Secure Payment Gateway Method. So do not hesitate during Cart and Buy. Visit today, Login and Buy Now

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Know About Tuberose Oil:
Botanical name of tuberose is Polianthes Tuberosa. It belongs to asparagus family. In Ayurveda tuberose is known as Rajni gandha. The oil is golden brown in color. It is native of India and America. It was originated in south America.

The production of tuberose is high in Middle East, India subcontinent and Africa for the manufacture of perfume. Tuberose plant is inherent to Mexico and could be found in China, France, Morocco and Hawaii. Tuberose is grown in many countries such as India, Kenya, Morocco, France, Mexico, Italy, South Africa, Hawaii Taiwan, North Carolina, USA, Egypt, China and many other tropical and subtropical areas in the world.Tuberose oil is obtained from the flowers by the use of solvent extraction method.

Chemical Component of Tuberose Oil:
The main component of the oil is benzyl alcohol, farnesol, butyric acid, menthyl benzoate, eugenol, geraniol, nerol and menthyl anthranilate. The perfume made by tuberose oil are expensive. The oil is used in perfumes, medicines as well as in aromatherapy.

Properties of Tuberose oil

Tuberose oil has relaxant, sedative, aphrodisiac, anti-spasmodic, anti-nausea and antidepressant properties. The Tuberose perfume can be made at home by diluting the essential oil of Tuberose about 5% in a carrier oil or alcohol or both. The aroma of Tuberose can relax or refresh our mind and body. Tuberose oil blends well with other essential oil like lavender oil, sandalwood oil, orange oil, bergamot oil,geranium, frankincense oil and vetiver.The fragrance of tuberose is Complex, sweet, and exotic. That is the reason the oil is used by many perfumes and deodorant making industries.Tuberose oil is a symbol of purity, innocence and peace. The flower of tuberose oil is used in bridal bouquets. It is considered that tuberose flower protects the bride from evil spirits.

Tuberose oil Uses and Health Benefits

  1. Benzyl alcohol present in tuberose oil is used to treat lice of hair and scalp.
  2. Tuberose oil is aphrodisiac in nature. It helps to treat libido and frigidity. It stimulates the sexual feeling. It relaxes the mind and body.
  3. Tuberose oil helps to treat dead, damage and spilt hairs. It prevents the hair fall and dandruff due to its sebum controlling properties.
  4. Due to the presence of geraniol in tuberose and its long lasting floral aroma tuberose oil is used in perfumes. It is also used by perfumes and deodorant manufacturing companies.
  5. Tuberose oil is used as a relaxant. It provides relief from tension and stress and calm the mind. It also helps in treating depression, cramps and convulsions.
  6. Due to the presence of geraniol in tuberose oil, it is used as an insect repellent.
  7. Due to the presence of geraniol in tuberose, it has antiseptic property, it has healing and moisturizing properties which helps to treat the wounds, skin cuts and cracked heels.
  8. Due to the presence of farnesol in tuberose oil, it has antimicrobial properties, it prevents the body odor by working against the microbes responsible for odor.

Safety and precautions:
  1. Tuberose oil should not be used by Pregnant women and chronic patients without consulting the doctor.
  2. Before topical application tuberose oil should be diluted first with any carrier oil of your choice.
  3. Tuberose oil should not be used in open wounds and sores.
  4. Due to the presence of strong fragrance, tuberose oil can cause headache and irritate the nerve. It is not suitable for consumption.
  5. Tuberose oil should not be used in excessive quantity.
  6. Tuberose oil should not be applied in eyes and sensitive part of body.

Customer's Reviews

Zehra Khatun
Zehra Khatun

Hello AOS, how are you? i need 1 kg Tuberose Oil. I have a manufacturing plant as small setup and want to make candle with the help of this oil. What you know the manufacturing process of Tuberose oil for candle making?

Shakun Memon
Shakun Memon

Tuberose essential oil is rich with the properties of Antiseptic and Anti-inflammatory properties so it is very useful for hair care products. I am looking 20 gms of this oil. Buy you have mention that 30 Gms minimum. Than how to buy from your portal.

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