Davana Oil


AOS 19
Size - 30 Gms
Price -   1952
30 Gms 1952
60 Gms 3652
100 Gms 5918
200 Gms 11582
500 Gms 28573

ORIGIN
Davana plant also called as Davanam belongs to family Asteraceae, and its botanical name is Artemisia Pallens. It is annual aromatic herb and is known for its delicate Fragrance. Its flowers are yellow in color but they appear white in color due to its outer covering. The crop can be grown in various ranges of soil, like it can grow well in sandy loam as well as in Black soil, only thing is that soil should have good drainage & rich organic matter is required. This plant grows best when sown in winter season. These are xerophytic in nature and are used in India for religious purposes too.

DESCRIPTION

Botanical Name: Artemisia pallens
Plant Part: Stems and Leaves
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Origin: India

EXTRACTION
Davana oil is obtained by steam Distillation of flowers of Davana Plant.

PROPERTIES

It has rich, sweet, fruity, slightly woody, camphorous note, consistency is thick and color is bunt orange.

COMPONENTS
Its main components are ketone called davanone, linalool, And davana ether.

BLENDING
It blends well with woody essential oils like neroli, geranium, grapefruit, cedarwood, caraway etc.

USES

  • It is used in Aromatherapy, Perfumery, and Cosmetics
  • It is used as a flavoring agent in pastries & Beverages.
  • Owing to its Therapeutic properties it has many Health benefits
  • It provides protection against viral attacks.
  • It fights depression through relaxation.
  • It reduces Blood pressure.
  • It fights infections, protects against Tetanus.
  • It should be applied in mild concentrations in cases of cuts & wounds.
  • It fights infections from bacteria, microbes, fungi & viruses.
  • It opens up blocked menstruation & makes period regular.
  • It loosens up tough coughs & relieves congestion, Headaches & pain in joints.
  • Relax contractions in muscles & blood vessels.
  • It helps to heal wounds faster & protects from infections.
  • It act as insect repellent.

SAFETY & PRECAUTIONS
It is non toxic but can cause irritation