Cyperus scariosus R.Br.
Kosher certified

Cypriol Essential oil India

Cyperus scariosus R.Br.
Botanical family : Cyperaceae
Method of culture : Wildcrafted controlled
Part harvested : Roots
Harvest period :
J
F
M
A
M
J
J
A
S
O
N
D

INCI : Cyperus scariosus root oil


Woody

Woody
Spicy

In the middle of the plant

Cypriol is an herbaceous plant with morphology similar to papyrus plants, as both plants are members of the Cyperus genus. The erect, angular stems bear short, slender, brilliant-green leaves. The aromatic rhizomes form a dense root system. The plants grow in riverbeds in India’s Madhya Pradesh state. To produce the essential oil, the roots and rhizomes are harvested from April to June by members of neighboring tribes. The raw material is collected in the villages and transported to the production plant. The roots are washed and dried in the same way as vetiver roots. Cypriol/Nagarmotha essential oil has a tenacious, woody-earthy smell with a spicy note.

Cypriol/Nagarmotha essential oil has been known for decades in India, its native land. Cypriol roots were used to scent women’s clothing, including traditional saris. Cypriol is locally nicknamed Nagar musta in Sanskrit and Nagar motha in Hindi. Cypriol/Nargamotha essential oil is part of the art of Vashikarana, an ancient rite. In this rite, someone who applies this oil to his or her forehead is certain to have success in matters of the heart. Listed as a component of Ayurvedic medicine, Cypriol/Nagarmotha is also an important remedy in traditional Chinese medicine.

Your technical documents

Data sheet Security sheet Kosher
GHS CLP GHS CLP K

Specifications

Method for obtaining Hydrodistillation
Appearance Orange brown to reddish brown viscous liquid
Constituents Cyperene, alpha-copaene, caryophyllene oxide


Advised uses : Perfumery, Cosmetic


Range

perfumery range