Pure Essential Oil – Garlic Oil

Garlic is a species in the onion family of Alliaceae and has been widely used for both culinary and medicinal purposes. The bulb is the most commonly used part of the plant that grows 12-16 inches tall. Each bulb has around 5-15 cloves that can depends on the variety.


Botonical Name : Allium Sativum

Country of Origin : Mexico

Color and Odor : Yellow to orange red liquid @22C with Strong Garlic odor

Solubility : Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils

COMMON NAMES : Allium sativum

BLENDS WITH : It can suitably blend with creamcheese and sour cream for vegetable dips.

CONSTITUENTS : It contains DAS (57%), Allylmethyl (37%), Dimethyl (6%) mono- to hexasulfides,diallyltrisulphide, diallyltetrasulphide, diallyldisulphide, diallylsulphide and methylallyltrisulphide were identified.

USES : Garlic essential oil is widely known to have antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-hypertensive properties and is extensively used to prevent infections and to treat colds, bronchitis and flu symptoms.

Pure Essential Oil – Frankincense Oil

This oil is extracted from the resin of the frankincense tree that is a milky-white sticky liquid, flow from the trunk of the tree. The resin is distilled to produce the precious oil. he frankincense tree finds it origin from the Middle East and has small abundant pinnacle leaves with white or pale pink flowers.


Botonical Name :   Boswellia Serreta

Country of Origin :   India

Color & Odor :   Yellow transparent liquid @22C with Characteristic odor

Solubility :   Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils




This oil blends with Basil, Bergamot, Cardamom, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Clary Sage, Coriander, Geranium, Ginger, Myrrh and Vanilla.


It contains alpha-pinene, alpha-thujene and octanol, Ketonic alcohol (olibanol), resinous mat­ters (30 – 60 per cent) and terpenes (camphene, dipentene, a- and p-pinene, phellandrene).


The frankincense essential oil is widely known for its therapeutic properties. It is also used as an antiseptic, astringent, carminative, digestive, diuretic, sedative and as a tonic.

Pure Essential Oil – Fennel Oil

The fennel sweet oil offered by us is extracted from the natural ingredients of fennel plant. Fennel is a perennial herb that can grow up to 2 meters high having feathery leaves and golden yellow flowers.


Botonical Name :   Foeniculum Vulgare Dulce

Country of Origin:  France

Color & Odor :   Clear, pale yellow liquid @22C with herbaceous, peppery odor

Solubility :   Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils

Fennel, Sweet Fennel, Fenkel

It can easily mix with Bergamot, Lavender, Frankincense and Rose


The essential oil of fennel is made up of anethole (50 to 80%), limonene, fenchone, and estragole. The seeds of the plant also contain fiber and complex carbohydrates.


Fennel sweet essential oil is known to have various medicinal uses. It can be used as an antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, depurative, diuretic, expectorant, laxative, stimulant, splenic, stomachic, and as a vermifuge. The essential oil is said to be invigorating, restoring, stimulating, and warming.

Pure Essential Oil – Fenugreek Oil

Our range of fenugreek oil is processed from the pure extracts of seeds of fenugreeks seeds. The seeds are brownish-yellow in color and are rhombic in shape. It helps in digestion and known for soothing and relaxing inflamed tissues, relieves congestion, reduces inflammation and fights infection.


Botonical Name :   Trigonella Foenum

Country of Origin:  India

Color & Odor :   Pale yellow to light brown liquid with a bitter and aromatic scent

Solubility :   soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water

Greek Hay and Fenigreek

It can suitably blend with Sandalwood Oil.

It contains iron, silicon, sodium and thiamine.


The fenugreek essential oil is widely used as an aid to digestion. It is also used as an emollient and helps in poultices for boils, cysts and other complaints. It acts as an expectorant and is beneficial for treating allergies and bronchitis.

Pure Essential Oil – Fetal Chrysanthemum Oil

Transplanting date and density are the important factors affecting the appearance quality of chrysanthemum. The study on the greenhouse single-flower cut chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum morifolium cv. Shenma) showed that within the ranges of test transplanting date and density, the plant height and neck length increased, while the leaf number per plant, stem diameter, plant fresh mass and flower diameter decreased with the delay of transplanting date and the increase of transplanting density. No effect of transplanting density was observed on plant height. For the production of single-flower cut chrysanthemum in non-heated greenhouse in Shanghai, the optimal transplanting date and density to achieve the top rank of quality (rank A) were the middle ten days of August and 64 plants x m(-2), and those to achieve the second rank of quality (rank B) were from mid August to early September and 72-80 plants x m(-2), respectively. The results obtained in this study offered references in establishing the prediction model of greenhouse single-flower cut chrysanthemum appearance quality based on light, temperature, and transplanting date and density.

GC-MS analysis of essential oil from Xiaoboju processed by aeration-desiccation and sulfur-burnin fumigation.:Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi. 2007 May;32(9):808-13. Chinese.Wang YJ, Guo QS, Yang XW, Xu WB.Institute of Chinese Medicinal Materials, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, China.


Other Names:

Anthemis grandiflorum, Anthemis stipulacea, Chrysanthème, Chrysanthème des Jardins, Chrysanthemum indicum, Chrysanthemum sinense, Chrysanthemum stipulaceum, Chrysanthemum morifolium, Crisantemo, Dendranthema grandiflorum, Dendranthema morifolium, Fleur d’Or, Florist’s Chrysanthemum, Flos Chrysantemi, Ju Hua, Matricaria morifolia, Mum, Yao Jiu Ha, Ye Ju Hua.


Analysis of the constituents of the essential oil extracted from the Xiaoboju, one of commercial breed came from the flowers of the Chrysanthemum morifolium, processed by the aeration-desiccation and desiccation after the sulfur-bumin fumigation, and to provide scientific basis for quality control.


The essential oil was extracted by water-steam distillation and separated by GC capillary column chromatography. The components were quantitatively determined with normalization method, and identified by GC-MS.


From the aeration dried sample and the dried sample after sulfur-burnin fumigation, 216 and 211 components were detected, among them fifty and six-five components were identified, which were composed of 73.21% and 82.32% of the total essential oil, respectively.


The yield of the essential oil extracted from the aeration dried sample was 3.50%, and that from the dried sample after sulfur-bumin fumigation was 4.22%. The latter is 1.2 times higher than the former. The components of the essential oil of both samples are mostly monoterpenoids and secondly sesquiterpenoids compounds, but there are marked differences between the compounds contained in the two samples. Therefore, the processing of flowers of the C. morifolium should be strictly controlled and standardized.