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Ambrette Seed Essential Oil / USDA Certified Organic

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This is a rare and highly sought after oil and stocks are limited. It is advisable to try the 1ml sample first before buying larger amounts as the product can not be returned for a refund.

Ambrette Seed Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Abelmoschus moschatus
Origin: Northern India
Quality: USDA Certified Organic grown on sustainable unpolluted land
Extraction: Steam Distillation of the dried seeds of Abelmoschus moschatus
Uses: Aromatherapy, Perfumery

Ambrette Seed Oil has woody, musky and slightly floral notes.

Ambrette Seed (Abelmoschus moschatus) is a type of Hibiscus. It is derived from the seeds of the musk mallow plant and is indigenous to India. Ambrette Seed oil is used by the natural perfumer as a substitute for animal derived musk oil. Ambrette Seed’s common name in India is Musk Dana or Musk Seed. Its tenacity is legendary. Even a small amount can have an exalting effect in a composition, while giving it a unique smoothness/richness.

Ambrette Seed Oil is an excellent fixative in natural perfumes that improves with age.

This oil blends well with: Amyris, Bergamot, Carrot seed, Cedarwoods, Cognac, Costus, Frankincense, Galbanum, Guaiacwood, Gurgun balsam, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Mandarin, Mimosa, Myrrh, Orange, Patchouli, Peppermint, Spruce.

For External Cosmetic Use Only

Pure Essential Oils should always be diluted with a carrier oil such as grapeseed oil or sweet almond oil before using on the skin

A patch test is always recommended before use to see if your skin is sensitive to the product

Available in 1ml sample, 5ml, 10ml and 30ml sizes

Supplied in a glass amber bottle with inbuilt dropper and tamper evident cap

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