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Essential Oils

Essential oils are natural oils derived from different parts of the plants like roots, leaves, flower, seeds, barks, stems and wood of the plant. The essential oils not at all give oily feeling which is found in other oils normally. The majority of essential oils are clear but the colour of essential oil depends on the type of plant from which the oil was made of. The essential oils are available in the market either as pure oil which is made from one plant or as a blend of different types of essential oils. The essential oils have various therapeutic values and so many people prefer it for aromatherapy, massage, inhaling etc. There are various kinds of essential oils available derived from different kinds of plants. The essential oils have the healing and mood uplifting properties and so are highly used in aromatherapy.
Balsam Peru The Balsam of Peru, also known and marketed by many other names is a balsam derived from a tree known as Myroxylon. The natural resinous balsam that comes from the trunk of the tree contains a mix of a number of substances that are generally related to cinnamon, vanilla, and clove fragrances and flavorings which is grown in Central America (primarily in El Salvador) and South America.

Balsam of Peru is used in food and drink for flavoring. In perfumes and toiletries for fragrance, and in medicine and pharmaceutical items for healing properties. It has a sweet scent. In some instances, Balsam of Peru is listed on the ingredient label of a product by one of its various names.

But it may not be required to be listed by its name by mandatory labeling conventions. Balsam of Peru is an aromatic viscous resin obtained by scorching or inflicting V-shaped wounds on the bark of the trunk of the tree.Myroxylon balsamum var. pereirae. The tree has also been introduced to several Pacific islands such as Fiji and to Indonesia and is a potential ecological threat there.

Benzoin Benzoin resin is a balsamic resin obtained from the bark of several species of trees in the genus Styrax. It is used in perfumes, some kinds of incense, as a flavoring and medicine . Commonly called "benzoin" is also called "benzoin resin" here to distinguish it from the chemical compound benzoin. Benzoin is also called gum benzoin or gum benjamin. But "gum" is incorrect as benzoin is not a polysaccharide. Its name came via the Italian from the Arabic luban jawi. Benzoin resin is also called styrax balsam or styrax resin.

But wrongly since those resins are obtained from a different plant family, Hamamelidaceae. Benzoin was first reported in 1832 by Justus von Liebig and Friedrich Woehler during their research on oil of bitter almond which is benzaldehyde with traces of hydrocyanic acid.

Bergamot Bergamot orange (Citrus aurantium var. bergamia) is a small, roughly pear-shaped citrus fruit, which grows on small trees known as bergamots. It is a cross between pear lemon and Seville orange or grapefruit. Production of bergamot is mostly limited to the Ioanion, coastal region of the province of Reggio Calabria, South Italy. Where the soil and climatic conditions are very favourable for its cultivation.It is also cultivated in Ivory Coast, Argentina and Brazil.

But in no other part of the world does it fructify with the same yield and quality of essence. Bergamot is named after Italian city of Bergamo, in which its oil was first sold. It has become a symbol of the entire region and city.This fruit is not edible and is cultivated for production of its essential oil.The essential oil of bergamot is expressed from the ripe fruit peel and is used extensively in perfumery for its sweet freshness.

Bois de rose Bois de rose, literally 'wood of rose' is given the French name to prevent confusion with actual rosewood. The tree (Aniba rosaeodora) from which the essential oil is distilled originates from tropical Africa and Brazil (where the oil is known as 'oleo de Pau-Rosa'). It grows wild and in abundance in the Amazon forests. A similar tree is found in Guyana (where the oil is known as 'Cayenne').

The distilleries in Brazil are situated in and around Manaus and the huge quantities of oil produced in the past. Once as much as 150 - 300 tonnes annually. Primarily for Linalool. Principally for the American and European markets have resulted in the deforestation of millions of hectares.

Castoreum Castoreum is the exudate from the castor sacs of the mature North American Beaver and the European Beaver within the zoological realm. Castoreum is derived from the Greek word Kastor meaning beaver. Castoreum is obtained from the animal source Caster Canadensis. The castor sacs are not true glands (endocrine or exocrine) on a cellular level, hence references to these structures as preputial glands or castor glands are misnomers. Castor sacs are a type of scent gland.

Castoreum is mentioned in the works of the ancient commentators who mistakenly believed this musky substance is derived from the beaver’s testicles. In his tales, Aesop, the prominent Greek fabulist, retells the widespread hunter’s fallacy that cornered beaver bites off its own testicles, only to throw them to the hunter and so escape the death.

Cistus Cistus (from the Greek "Kistos") is a genus of flowering plants in the rockrose family Cistaceae, containing about 20 species. They are perennial shrubs found on dry or rocky soils through out the Mediterranean region. From Morocco to Portugal through to the Middle East and also on the Canary Islands.Together with its many hybrids and cultivars is commonly encountered as a garden flower.The common name rockrose is applied to the species. A name also shared by the related genera Halimium. Helianthemum and Tuberaria all in the family Cistaceae.The common name gum cistus is applied to resin bearing species especially C. ladanifer.The leaves are evergreen, opposite, simple, usually slightly rough-surfaced, 2–8 cm long. In few species (notably C. ladanifer) the leaves are coated with a highly aromatic resin called labdanum.They have showy 5-petaled flowers ranging from white to purple and dark pink. In a few species with a conspicuous dark red spot at the base of each petal.

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