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Projeto 2020
Vetiver Essential Oil
garrafa
1 kg
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garrafao
5 kg
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garrafao
10 kg
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bidao
30 kg
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bidao
60 kg
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bidao
100 kg
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Vetiver Essential Oil (Chrysopogon zizanioides) is used extensively in perfumery not only as a fixative, but also as an odor contributor in bases such as fougère, chypre, modern woody- aldehydic or ambre-aldehydic bases, Oriental bases, moss and wood notes, opopanax bases, rose bases, etc.

It blends well with ionones, linalool, cinnamic alcohol, patchouli, rose, sandalwood, oakmoss products, amylsalicylate, lavender, clary sage, mimosa, cassie, opopanax, isoeugenol, etc.

The oil is finest oriental perfume with persistent fragrance. The blended perfume oil of Vetiver acts as an excellent fixative for volatile compounds. It is known for its cooling properties.

In addition to its direct perfumery applications, vetiver oil in its diluted form is extensively used in after-shave lotions, air freshners and bathing purposes, as well as flavoring syrups, ice cream, cosmetic and food preservation.

This oil cannot be substituted with reconstituted oil and cannot be made through synthetically. Vetiver perfumes give pleasing aroma and has slow evaporation rate.

Vetiver Essential Oil is also being used in Ayurvedic system of medicine in India. Vetiver oil is used in scents since ancient time.

It has traditionally been used in aromatherapy for relieving stress, anxiety, nervous tension and insomnia.



Technical Data Sheet

Technical Data Sheet


Safety Data Sheet

Safety Data Sheet


Aroma

Aroma

Woody, Earthy, Medicinal Group and Base Note

Plant Part

Plant Part

Roots

Main Compounds

Main Compounds

Zizanoic acid 25-30%
Khumisol 5-15%
Alpha-cedrene: 2-5%

Processing

Processing

Steam-distillation