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Vetiver Oil

Essential Oil
EAN Number: 4897085741395
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Vetiver Oil
Essential Oil
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Vetiver essential oil is derived from the vetiver plant. This plant is also known as khus; hence, the oil is sometimes referred to as khus oil. Vetiver belongs to the same family of plants as lemongrass and citronella.

  • Add 2-3 drops of vetiver oil with a carrier oil like jojoba and gently massage to relieve your body of stiffness
  • Add 2-3 drops of vetiver oil with a carrier oil like lavender for its sweet, groundy aroma
  • You can also use vetiver oil with a carrier oil like argan oil and store it in a diffuser.
  • Best for aromatherapy to help reduce stress and promote relaxation.
  • A natural, groundy, earthy scent that can be used in perfumes.
  • Read on more about the benefits of vetiver oil.
Main Constituents

Khusimene, delta-selinene, beta-vetivenene, vetiselinenol, khusimol and alpha-vetivone.

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How To Use Vetiver Essential oil

Being one of the most famous essential oils, vetiver has a plethora of uses. Here are a few to look out for:


Vetiver Essential Oil Uses

Vetiver Essential Oil is extracted from the roots of the Vetiver plant, which belongs to the grass family, and is recognised for its medicinal and therapeutic characteristics. Its harsh and robust aroma is often utilised in a variety of men's perfumes and colognes. Skin whitening treatments and lotions include vetiver oil. Here are a few examples:

Vetiver Essential oil Blends With

Vetiver Essential oil Blends With

Vetiver oil blends well with: grapefruit, orange, patchouli, lemon, Clary sage and ylang ylang essential oils.

Vetiver Oil Extracted

Vetiver Oil Extracted

Currently, traditional processes like hydrodistillation, steam distillation, and solvent extraction are used to extract vetiver oil. However, this traditional approach necessitates a lengthy extraction process, a large number of solvents, and a significant amount of energy. Vetiver essential oil is made by steam distilling the roots of the plant. It has a robust, woody, smokey, earthy, herbaceous, and spicy scent. Husimol is the main component, along with many other sesquiterpenoids. The oil is mostly utilised in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.

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