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PROPERTIES

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Anise (Pimpinella anisum )

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Bakul (Mimosops Elengi)

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Bawachi (Psoralea Corylifolia)

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Camphor (Cinnamonum camphora)

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Ginseng Plus (Panax Ginseng)

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Gudmar (Gymnema Sylvestris)

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Jyesthamadha (Liquorice Glycerriza)

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Lemongrass (Andropogon Schoenanthus)

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Pudina (Mentha Arvesis)

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Tulsi (Ocimum Sanctum)

Anti-fungal

Aloes (Aloe Vera Linn)

Astringent

Babool (Acasia Arabica)

Astringent

Cedar (Thuja Occidentalis )

Astringent

Dalimb (Punica Granatum)

Astringent

Gulvel (Tinospora Cordifolia)

Astringent

Henna (Lawsonia Alba )

Astringent

Jamun (Eugenia Jambolana )

Astringent

Khair (Acasia Catechu)

Astringent

Lodhra (Symplocos Recemosus)

Astringent

Mehendi (Lawsonia Alba)

Astringent

Olive (Olea Europaea )

Astringent

Raktachandan (Pterocarpus Santalinus)

Butter

Almond Butter : Hydrogenated Almond Oil

Butter

Cocoa Butter : Theobroma cacao

Butter

Illipe Butter : Shorea stenoptera

Butter

Kokum Butter Garcinia Indica Seed Butter

Butter

Kpangnan: Pentadesma butyracea (African Butter Tree) Fruit

Carminative

Basil (Ocymum minumum )

Carminative

Ginger (Zingiber Officinale )

Carminative

Nagarmotha (Cyperus Rotundus)

Clay

Multani Mitti (Fuller's Earth)

Diaphoretic

Marigold (Tagetes Erecta)

Diuretic

Amla (Phyllanthus Emblica)

Diuretic

Juniper (Juniperus communis )

Diuretic

Kachur Sugandhi (Kaempferia Galanga)

Emollient

Jaswand (Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis)

Emollient

Neem (Melia Azadirachta)

Oil

Alfalfa Oil : Medicago sativa

Oil

Almond Oil (Amygdalus Communis)

Oil

Amaranth Oil : amaranthus candatus

Oil

Apricot Kernel Oil : Prunus armeniaca

Oil

Argane Oil : Argania spinosa

Oil

Artemisia Oil : Artemisia sphaerocephala

Oil

Avocado Butter : Persea gratissima

Oil

Avocado Oil : Persea gratissima

Oil

Babassu Oil : Orbignya oleifera

Oil

Baobab Oil : Adansonia digitata

Oil

Bergamot (Citrus Bergamia)

Oil

Black Seed Oil

Oil

Blackcurrant Seed Oil : Ribes nigrum

Oil

Borage (Starflower) Oil : Borago officinalis

Oil

Brazil Nut Oil : Bertholletia excelsa

Oil

Cade (Juniperus Communis )

Oil

Calendula Oil: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet almond) Oil, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract

Oil

Camellia Oil : Camellia sinensis

Oil

Canola Oil : Canola Oil

Oil

Carrot Oil : Daucus carota sativa

Oil

Cashew Nut Oil : Anacardium occidentale

Oil

Castor Oil : Ricinus communis

Oil

Chandan -- Sandalwood (Santalum Album)

Oil

Chaulmoogra Oil : Taraktogenos kurzii

Oil

Cherry Pit Oil : Prunus avium

Oil

Chia Oil : Salvia hispanica

Oil

Citrus Peel (Citrus Aurantium)

Oil

Coconut Oil : Cocos nucifera

Oil

Coconut Virgin Oil

Oil

Coffee Oil : Coffea arabica

Oil

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus)

Oil

Evening Primrose Oil : Oenothera biennis

Oil

Flax Seed Oil : Linum Usitatissmum (Linseed) Seed Oil

Oil

Geranium (Pelargonium Graveolens)

Oil

Gold of Pleasure Oil : Camelina sativa

Oil

Grape Seed Oil

Oil

Grape Seed Oil : Vitis vinifera

Oil

Hazelnut Oil : Corylus americana

Oil

Hemp Oil : Cannabis sativa

Oil

Hyptis Oil : Hyptis suaveolens

Oil

Jasmine (Jasminum)

Oil

Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis)

Oil

Jojoba Oil : Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil

Oil

Jyotishmati (Celastrus Paniculata)

Oil

Kiwi Seed Oil : Actinidia chinensis

Oil

Kiwi Seed Oil:

Oil

Kukui Nut Oil : Aleurites moluccana

Oil

Lavender (Lavandula Vera)

Oil

Lemon Oil (Citrus Limonum)

Oil

Macadamia Nut Oil : Macadamia ternifolia

Oil

Mango Seed Oil : Mangifera indica

Oil

Manketti Nut Oil : Ricinodendron rautanenii (proposed)

Oil

Marula Oil : clerocarya birrea(proposed)

Oil

Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Oil

Meadowfoam Seed Oil : Limnanthes alba

Oil

Mint (Mentha Arvesis)

Oil

Monoi : Cocos nucifera (and) Gardenia tahitensis

Oil

Motia Rosha Oil

Oil

Neem Oil : Melia azadirachta

Oil

Ngali Nut Oil : Canarium spp. (proposed)

Oil

Olive Oil : Olea europaea

Oil

Orange (Citrus Aurantium )

Oil

Orchid Oil : Vanilla planifolia

Oil

Oyster Nut Oil : Telphairia pedata

Oil

Palm Kernel Oil or Flakes : Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Oil

Oil

Palm Oil : Hydrogenated Palm Oil

Oil

Passionflower Oil : Passiflora edulis

Oil

Peach Kernel Oil : Prunus persica

Oil

Peanut Oil : Arachis hypogaea

Oil

Peppermint

Oil

Perilla Oil : Perilla ocymoides

Oil

Pine Nut Oil : Pinus pinea

Oil

Pistachio Nut Oil : Pistacia vera

Oil

Poppy Seed Oil : Papaver orientale

Oil

Pumpkin Seed Oil : Cucurbita pepo

Oil

Rice Bran Oil : Oryza sativa

Oil

Rose (Rosa Centifolia)

Oil

Rose Hips Oil : Rosa canina

Oil

Rosemary

Oil

Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis)

Oil

Rosewood Oil

Oil

Safflower Oil : Carthamus tinctorius

Oil

Sage Oil

Oil

Seabuckthorn Oil : Hippophae rhamnoides

Oil

Sesame Oil : Sesamum indicum

Oil

Shea Butter : Butyrospermum parkii

Oil

Shikonin Seed Oil : Lithospermum erythrorhizone

Oil

Shortening : Hydrogenated Soybean Oil

Oil

Sisymbrium Irio Oil : Sisymbrium irio

Oil

Soybean Oil : Glycine soja

Oil

St. John's Wort Oil : Hypericum perforatum

Oil

Sunflower Oil : Helianthus annuus

Oil

Sweet Almond Oil : Prunus amygdalus dulcis

Oil Oil

Tea Tree Oil Vitamin E Oil

Oil

Walnut Oil : Juglans regia

Oil

Watermelon Seed Oil : Citrullus vulgaris

Oil

Wheatgerm Oil : Triticum vulgare

Oil

Wild Borage Oil : Trichodesma zeylanicum

Oil

Ylang Ylang (Canaga odorata var genuina)

Powder

Shikakai

Stimulant

Aruna (Sphaeranthus Hirtus)

Stimulant

Black Pepper (Piper Nigrum )

Stimulant

Sandalwood (Santalum Album)

Tonic

Brahmi (Centela Asiatica)

Tonic

Amba Haldi (Curcuma Aromatica)

Tonic

Anantmool (Hemidesmus Indicus)

Tonic

Arjun (Terminalia Arjuna)

Tonic

Ashwagandha (Withania Somniferra)

Tonic

Calamus (Acorus Calamus )

Tonic

Chamomile (Anthemis Nobilis )

Tonic

Chaulmoogra

Tonic

Clove

Tonic

Khus (Andropogan Muricatus)

Tonic

Maka (Eclipta Alba)

Tonic

Papaya (Carica Papaya)

Tonic

Shatavari (Asperagus Racemosus)

Tonic

Turmeric or Haldi (Curcuma Longa)

Wax

Beeswax : Beeswax

Wax

Candelilla Wax : Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax

Butter

Aloe

Butter

Avocado

Butter

Chamomile Blend Butter

Butter

Cocoa Butter Organic 5% OFF

Butter

Coffee Blend Butter

Butter

Cupuacu 5% OFF

Butter

Grapeseed

Butter

Hemp Seed NEW

Butter

Illipe Butter Natural 5% OFF

Butter

Kokum

Butter

Lavender Blend Butter

Butter

Lemon Blend Butter

Butter

Lime Blend Butter

Butter

Mango (Ultra Refined) 5% OFF

Butter

Nutmeg NEW - 5% OFF

Butter

Olive

Butter

Orange Blend Butter

Butter

Palm Butter Ultra Refined Organic NEW

Butter

Pumpkin Seed

Butter

Shea Butter Refined Organic (Burkina Faso)

Butter

Soy

Butter

Sweet Almond

Butter

Tangerine Blend Butter

Butter

Tucuma 5% OFF

Butter

Ucuuba 5% OFF

DESCRIPTION Anise is carminative and pectoral in character. It enjoys considerable reputation as a medicine in coughs and pectoral affections. In hard, dry coughs where expectoration is difficult, it is of much value. It is greatly used in the form of lozenges and the seeds have also been used for smoking, to promote expectoration. The volatileoil, mixed with spirits of wine forms the liqueur Anisette, which has a beneficial action on the bronchial tubes, and for bronchitis and spasmodic asthma, Anisette, if administered in hot water, is an immediate palliative.

Bakul is used in the treatment and maintenance of oral hygiene. Rinsing mouth with water solution made with bakul helps in strengthening the teeth. Bakul also prevents bad breath and helps keep the gums healthy.

Bawachi is used in treating psoriasis, leprosy, leucoderma and several other skin diseases like white skin patches, spots, blemishes, acne etc. Bawachi is capable of stimulating the cells by penetrating through the epidermis to the lymphatic cells and entering into the subcapillary areas under the skin. It is alos a powerful herb for treating lice, dandruff and scalp itching.

Camphor has a strong, penetrating, fragrant odour, a bitter, pungent taste, and is slightly cold to the touch like menthol leaves; locally it is an irritant, numbs the peripheral sensory nerves, and is slightly antiseptic. Camphor is used in medicine internally for its calming influence in hysteria, nervousness and neuralgia, and for serious diarrhoea, and externally as a counterirritant in rheumatisms, sprains bronchitis, and in inflammatory conditions, and sometimes in conjunction with menthol and phenol for heart failure.

Known as "All-Cure-Root," Ginseng is the mother of all medicinal plants and has been in use for over 5,000 years. Grown mostly in Korea and China, Ginseng is not only rare but also extremely expensive, and by itself justifies the cost of any product that uses it as one of its ingredients. Research from all over the world proves the remarkable quality of this root in treating several physical and mental ailments including stress relief. Ginseng is known for its overall strengthening effect on humans. Ginseng is used by many athletes for strength and by students and executives for stress relief and memory improvement. It contains many alkaloids and saponins, and has demonstrated its healing, curing, and magical powers time and again. Ginseng is also used in herbal teas, cosmetics, foods, and soft drinks.

Gudmar is a very useful herb for patients suffering from diabetes. The meaning of Gud is Jaggery, sugar and mar means to kill or destroy. It is used to destroy sugar hence useful in diabetes. It is a common herb of Monsoon forests. In Ayurveda this herb is mentioned as bitter, acrid, cooling, tonic, alterative, anthelmintic, alexiteric and useful in respiratory troubles, heart - diseases, piles, leucoderma and urinary discharges. The plant is stomachic, stimulant, laxative, diuretic and useful in cough. The leaves of the plant, when chewed possess the remarkable property of paralysing the sense of taste for sweet and bitter substance for few hours. The leaves are used as a remedy for diabetes.

Jyesthamadhu has been in use since the time of Roman empire. Hippocrates recommneded this root as an expectorant and carminative. It is used for cough, asthma, hoarseness (voice improvement), strength development, hyperacidity, soar eyes etc. For skin it is partcularly used as a facial, and as a dressing for wounds to expedite healing.

Lemongrass owes its sweet scent almost entirely to its chief constituent, citral, and is one of the chief sources of the citral used in the manufacture of Tonone or artificial violet perfume. It is used for improving both skin and muscle tone, and tightening skin. It is also used in treating acne and pimples.

One of the most common herbs and extremely popular in alternative medical treatments, Mint has several medicinal uses in treating skin problems. It is especially useful in treating acne, itching, inflammation, and burns. Internally, it is considered excellent for indigestion and gastrointestinal problems, and is very popular in the food and confectionary industry.

Popularly known as basil, Tulsi is an extremely aromatic and stimulating herb. It has many antibacterial, anti-stress, anti-fungal, and antibiotic properties. Like sandalwwood, the aroma of tulsi is conducive to meditation. It is used in many skin treatments, and is particularly helpful in smoothening and softening the skin. Leaves and seeds are used to treat skin problems; roots are used for fever, bee stings, and insect bites. Other uses include treating nausea, motion sickness, gastric and liver disorders, hemmorrhage, diarrhea, and vomiting.

Aloes has been in use for over 7,000 years. Aloes is anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and is extremely effective in treating several skin disorders. It is an effective moisturizer and helps in anti-aging, cleansing, and softening the skin. Aloes inhibits the activity of the enzyme tyrosinase which is responsible for skin discoloration. Aloes removes dead skin cells and stimulates formation of new cells, tightening of the skin, and making the skin look young. Other medicinal uses include treating radiation ulcers, peptic ulcers, thermal burns, wounds, pimples, freckles, spots, dandruff, split ends, menstrual problems, constipation, urine disorders, and improving digestion.

Babool is an astringent and a demulcent. It is used to heal open wounds, ulcers, haemorrhage, swelling, bleeding gums, dry cough, throat pain, canker sores, syphilitic affections, and aphthous stomatitis. Decoction made of babool bark could be used as garble and mouthwash.

Cedar is aromatic, astringent and diuretic. The decoction of cedar is used in intermittent fevers, rheumatism, dropsy, coughs, scurvy, and as an emmenagogue. The leaves, made into an ointment with fat, are a helpful local application in rheumatism. An injection of the tincture into venereal warts is said to cause them to disappear. It is alos a very good pain-reliver.

Dalimb is a an astringent and a powerful cleanser. It is widely used for treating oral problems. It reduces swelling in gums and removes tooth stains caused by chewing tobacco, smoking or coffee. It also cures mouth ulcers, bad breath, gingivitis and pyotthoea. Dalimb is used to relieve dry caugh and for keeping the throat clear.

The plant possesses bitter, pungent and astringent tastes, sweet post-digestive effect and has a hot potency. It has light and dry attributes. It alleviates all the three doshas viz. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Gulvel is one of the best rejuvenative (rasayana) herbs. It is well known for its antiinflammatory1, antacid, antipyretic, tonic and neuroendocrine immune modulating effects. Being rasayana, the rejuvenative herb, it promotes the qualitative nourishment of all tissues (seven dhatus) in the body. It is used for treating arthropathies, chronic inflammation of respiratory and urinary systems, general weakness, chronic skin disorders, chronic low grade fever.

Henna leaf powder is an astringent and has a cooling effect. It is used as a hair conditioner, hair dye and is commonly applied on hands and feet by many traditions. It controls excessive secretions of scalp oils and gives a healthy shine to hair. It is an excellent remedy for almost all scalp disorders. It has been employed both internally and locally in jaundice, leprosy, smallpox, and affections of the skin. The fruit is thought to have emmenagogue properties. The Egyptians are said to have prepared both an oil and an ointment from the flowers for making the limbs supple.

Jamun has long been used as a carminative in diarrhoea; stomachic and astringent. The fresh seeds have been found most effective in diabetes, as they quickly reduce sugar in the urine; also very beneficial in glycosuria.

Khair is a powerful astringent, cooling agent and a blood purifier. It contains tannins and is useful in pyorrhea. Other medicinal uses of Khair include the treatment of repetitive stomatitis, mouth ulcers, spongy gums, bleeding, swelling, dental plaque, abscess and hoarseness of voice.

Lodhara is made from bark and is a cooling agent and a mild astringent. It is useful in treating eye inflammations and bowel complaints. It is widely used in oral hygiene and treats bleeding gums, bleeding teeth, and strengthens gums and teeth. It also treats skin rashes, amoebiasis and menstrual disorders.

Henna leaf powder is an astringent and has a cooling effect. It is used as a hair conditioner, hair dye and is commonly applied on hands and feet by many traditions. It controls excessive secretions of scalp oils and gives a healthy shine to hair. It is an excellent remedy for almost all scalp disorders. It has been employed both internally and locally in jaundice, leprosy, smallpox, and affections of the skin. The fruit is thought to have emmenagogue properties. The Egyptians are said to have prepared both an oil and an ointment from the flowers for making the limbs supple.

Olive oil is an astringent and antiseptic. It is a nourishing demulcent and laxative. Externally, it relieves pruritis, the effects of stings or burns, and is a good vehicle for liniments. With alcohol it is a good hair-tonic. As a lubricant it is valuable in skin, muscular, joint, kidney and chest complaints, or abdominal chill, typhoid and scarlet fevers, plague and dropsies. Delicate babies absorb its nourishing properties well through the skin.

Raktachandan or red sandalwood has been in use in India for thousands of years. It is an astringent and a cooling agent and is used in several skincare preparations. It is used in the treatment of pimples, acen, wrinkles etc.

The natural oil contains essential fatty acids, but also contains unsaponifiables as natural waxes or paraffins. This butter makes an ideal massage or carrier oil and adds moisturizing properties to soaps, creams and lotions. In cosmetic preparations, the feel and behavior of Almond Butter is somewhat similar to that of shea butter.

A traditional African remedy for dry skin, suitable for the most delicate of skin types.

An exotic material from the rainforests of Borneo. This rich butter is packed with natural fatty acids, triglycerides and phytosterols to protect and moisturize the skin by complementing its natural lipid layer. A wonderful alternative to cocoa butter which, chemically, it closely resembles.

Kokum Butter exhibits excellent emollient properties and high oxidative stability. Like other butters, it melts at skin temperature and is ideal for lip sticks and balms.

Kpangnan is a natural fatty extract from the kernels of the African butter tree from West Africa. Kpangnan, also known as "golden shea butter," is produced using traditional methods and has not been refined. It is a raw, natural product in its purest form. Kpangnan can be used like shea butter as a fatting agent in cosmetic products, topical ointments, creams and lotions. It has smooth texture as is applicable to facial, hand, and body care products. In general, Kpangnan can be used in most oil based products or in the oil phase of cosmetic and toiletry formations. Here are some suggested uses for Kpangnan: Lip Balms, Lipsticks, Hand and Body Lotions and Creams, Facial Moisturizers, Bath Oils, Soaps, Rubs and Ointments, and Body Butters.

Basil is aromatic and carminative. Although it is generally employed in cooking as a flavouring, Basil has been occasionally used for mild nervous disorders and for the alleviation of wandering rheumatic pains- the dried leaves, in the form of snuff, are said to be a cure for nervous headaches. An infusion of the green herb in boiling water is good for all obstructions of the internal organs, arrests vomiting and allays nausea. The seeds have been reckoned efficacious against the poison of serpents, both taken internally and laid upon the wound. They are also said to cure warts.

Ginger is a stimulant, carminative, diuretic and diaphoretic. It is especially valuable in alcoholic gastritis and helps relieve diarrhoea and inflammation. Ginger Tea is a hot infusion very useful for stoppage of the menses due to cold. Externally it is used as a rubefacient. It is also used in chronic chest complaints, painful spasms of bowels and stomach.

Nagarmotha contains pinenes and cineole. It is a neutral waxy substance and is used as a hair wash and treating hair and scalp disorders. It dilates the small capillary and acts on the sebaceous glands at the hair root and stimulates them. It has been in use for centuries for anointing body. It is also widely used for skincare, loose motions, excessive thirst and for reducing swellings.

Multani mitti has been in use as far back as ancient Rome. Fuller's earth can clean our bodies, as well. It is often used in facial masks to draw oils from the skin and to treat nail problems. You can sprinkle it your bath, or make a paste that can be applied to your face or hair. Fuller's earth is also a natural way to remove impurities without stripping the hair of its natural moisturisers. Medically, the clay absorbs bacteria and toxins and reduces water loss. Because of its high mineral content, it is used to reduce arthritic pain, and strengthen fingernails, teeth, gums and hair.

Marigold is chiefly used as a local remedy. Its action is stimulant and diaphoretic. Given internally, it assists local action and prevents suppuration. It is useful in chronic ulcer, varicose veins, etc. It is considered to have much value as an aperient and detergent in visceral obstructions and jaundice. It has been asserted that a Marigold flower, rubbed on the affected part, is an admirable remedy for the pain and swelling caused by the sting of a wasp or bee. A lotion made from the flowers is most useful for sprains and wounds, and a water distilled from them is good for inflamed and sore eyes. An infusion of the freshly-gathered flowers is employed in fevers, as it gently promotes perspiration and throws out any eruption - a decoction of the flowers is much in use in country districts to bring out smallpox and measles, in the same manner as Saffron. Marigold flowers are in demand for children's ailments. The leaves when chewed at first communicate a viscid sweetness, followed by a strong penetrating taste, of a saline nature. The expressed juice, which contains the greater part of this pungent matter, has been given in cases of costiveness and proved very efficacious. Snuffed up the nose it excites sneezing and a discharge of mucous from the head. The leaves, eaten as a salad, have been considered useful in the scrofula of children, and the acrid qualities of the plant have caused it to be recommended as an extirpator of warts.

Amla is one of the richest sources of natural Vitamin C. It is a refrigerant, diuretic, carminative and stomachic. Amla is a wonderful cleansing agent for both the skin and hair. It imparts lustre to hair and protects scalp aagainst infection, dandruff, and helps prevent and control greying of hair. For skin, it improves complexion and removes wrinkles. Amla is also used to treat constipation and is used as a cooling agent to reduce the effects of sun strokes and sun burns.

Juniper is given as a diuretic, stomachic, and carminative in indigestion, flatulence, and diseases of the kidney and bladder. The chief use of Juniper is as an adjuvant to diuretics in dropsy depending on heart, liver or kidney disease. It have been used in chest complaints and in leucorrhoea, blenorrhoea, scrofula, etc. Juniper acts as antiseptic gargle, heals infected gums and removes bad breath. Steam inhalation with juniper relieves cold and cough. Massage with juniper oil relaxes body and it is used in neuralgia, sciatica and rheumatism. It is also used to treat acne, oily skin seborrhoea of scalp.

Kachur Sugandhi is diuretic, carminative, stimulant and expectorant. It contains alkaloid starch with fragrant liquid essential oil. It is generally used in perfumery but it most important use is in the hair care. It stimulates hair growth, prevents loss of hair, treats dandruff, lice and many other scalp disorders. It is popularly used as a hair wash. It is also known for treating cough.

Jaswand is a refigerant, emollient, demulcent and aphrodisiac. It stimulates hairgrowth and hair thickness. Hibiscus helps in the reduction and prevention of graying, balding, hair-loss, dandruff, split-ends, and many scalp disorders. It is also an excellent natural conditioner.

Every part of the Neem tree has a medicinal use. It is one of the oldest medicinal plants in the world and has been in use in Ayurveda medicine for thousands of years. Neem is used in medicine, food, and cosmetics. Is is an antiseptic, moisturizer, and emollient. It is used in treating many skin problems like pimples, itching, inflammation, and sun burns. Fruits of the Neem plant are used to treat ringworm and pelvic pain. The root is used for treating syphilis and interstinal disorders. Leaves are used as a remedy for headaches, hysteria, glandular swelling, and menstrual disorders.

Reported to reduce the erythema caused by sunburn. Rich in carotenes and lutein.

Almond oil is an emollient, anti-pruritic, and laxative. It makes a very good nourishing skin cream. Its smooth massaging action on the skin helps reapair degenerated dead skin cells and removes superficial hair. It is very useful for softening the skin and is the best base oil for any kind of massage. This oil is used in preparing body massage oils, creams, lotions and moisturizing products.

Supports healthy skin growth by high amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids, tocopherols, and beta carotene. Improves resistance of skin, retards effects of skin ageing, and has fast resorption. A skin conditioning agent that is emollient, non-greasy and ideal for dry, tired and mature skins. Rich in natural sterols, this oil from Morocco is used by the local women to keep their skin soft, smooth and protected.

This oil comes from a family that includes Mugwort, Chinese Wormwood, Davana and Absinthe. The Artemisia family shares the common feature of being beneficial to the skin, especially to keep it clear of infection and improve wound healing. Reported to contain a complex blend of vitamins A and E and other active materials which increases skin elasticity and encourages healthy skin. A light, fast penetrating oil that was reported to be absorbed faster by the skin than corn, soybean, almond and olive oils. Originating from the Brazilian rainforest, this oil is reported to be non-comedogenic. It leaves the skin with a soft, lustrous smoothness. An African tree steeped in mystery, legend and religious significance. The fruit provides an exquisite oil that is a rich and substantive moisturiser.

Bergamot oil is a powerful antiseptic and is excellent for sores. It increases photosensitivity of skin and is widely used in suntan preparations. It is also used to treat acne, psoriasis, ulcers and wounds. Traditionally used as a potent medicine and sold for its scent. Bergamot oil produces an uplifting, refreshingly astringent atmosphere. This may assist in reducing anxiety and depression. As an ingredient in lotions and massage oils it can help reduce tension and inflammation. Well-diluted in a facial or body oil bergapten-free Bergamot's anti-septic and anti-fungal properties can be helpful for acne, and problem skin conditions. A few drops in a sitz bath or regular bath can also be beneficial. It is very popular as a perfume ingredient both in commercial and home recipes.

Hair growth

A rich source of GLA and a superb moisturiser which can be used in place of evening primrose or borage seed oils.

Another rich plant source of GLA. Excellent moisturiser in skin care.

An oil rich in proteins and vitamins E and A, this precious gift from the South American rainforest comes from the fruit (nut) of a tree that can grow for a thousand years. Brazil nuts, or para nuts, produce an oil that is a rich emollient and a moisturiser not too dissimilar to sesame oil.

Cade Oil is generally used in the treatment of the cutaneous diseases. It is a ready solvent for chemical drugs and is used externally for chronic eczema as oil, ointment, and soap.

This oil is made by infusing Calendula Petals in a good carrier oil like Olive or Sweet Almond. It is a light yellow colored oil. It is historically known for healing wounds, dry and damaged skin and for Eczema and soothing skin eruptions. Is very mild and a great addition for baby soaps, lotions and creams. Good for all skin types. Note that Calendula may be infused in different oils in which case the "Sweet Almond" will be replaced with the oil used.

A traditional oil used in the Far East and particularly in Japan for the protection and moisturisation of the skin and hair.

Canola is usual the oils that is used in place of Olive Oil in soap formulas. Like Olive Oil based soaps it take a bit of time to trace. It does not give the same good values to the soap as Olive Oil does, but is not as expensive. Use can be up to 50% of the oils in a soap formula.

A source of beta-carotene and provitamin A. Natural colour and skin nutrient. Often used in suncare products. An oil rich in proteins, this lubricious material can be used wherever a skin nourishing effect is needed. A very glossy oil on the skin. Used in lipsticks, lip balms and lip salves. Also used in transparent soaps and hair grooming products.

Sandalwood is one of the most expensive, most exotic, and most aromatic plants known to humans. Grown mostly in the southern parts of India, Sandalwood is a very highly revered plant both in the medicinal world and in Hindu culture. Its seductive fragrance is considered to have many curative properties. Sandalwood has a use in treating most skin problems. It is a cooling agent, stimulant, and blood purifier. It protects skin from the sun's rays, acts an antiaging agent, and keeps skin smooth and aromatic. Sandalwood is extremely effective on pimples, prickly heat, skin erruptions, itching, rashes, spots, freckles, and swellings. It is a very popular ingredient in salon facials. The oil is antiseptic and is used in treating gonnorrhea, scabies, pimples, wrinkles, bronchitis, fever, and urine disorders.

An oil native to Burma and China, it is an Indian remedy for problem skins, particularly for dry, desquamative skin conditions and sores.

An oil with an interesting profile of fatty acids. It moisturises and protects the skin to leave it soft and smooth.

A rich luxuriant oil with a wonderful ancient Aztec storyline. It contains an abundance of linolenic acid which helps to explain its substantive feel on the skin.

Citrus peel is a very rich source of natural Vitamin C. It contains essential aromatic oil and is full of natural antioxidents. It is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antifungal. It is used for both hair and skin treatments like scars, white skin patches, spots, acne, injuries, burns, stretch marks, wrinkles, sagging skin, hairfall, dandruff, splitends etc.

A traditional and trusted moisturising and protective oil from the tropics. One of the most respected oils found in the British Pharmacopoeia.

Great for keeping African America hair moisturized

An unusual and exciting proposition for an emollient. This oil has connotations of being reviving and stimulating.

Eucalyptus oil is an expectorant, vermifuge and a local antiseptic. It is used in cleansing nasal passage, treating sinusitis, bronchitis, muscle pain and swellings. The medicinal Eucalyptus Oil is probably the most powerful antiseptic of its class, especially when it is old, as ozone is formed in it on exposure to the air. It has decided disinfectant action, destroying the lower forms of life. Internally, it has the typical actions of a volatile oil in a marked degree. Eucalyptus Oil is used as a stimulant and antiseptic gargle. Locally applied, it impairs sensibility. It increases cardiac action.

A favourite source of GLA, this modern seed oil is a well known and much loved moisturiser and skin nutrient. Flax seed is rich in essential fatty acids which directly takes part in the regulation of skin permeability, presents worthwhile restructuring and moisturizing skin properties for cosmetics. It is high in vitamin E and stimulates cellular regeneration and it is useful for preventing scarring and stretch marks. Geranium oil has a rosy with an earthy-sweet, smooth and dry aroma. Traditionally the root of the Geranium (AKA Cranesbill) has been used medicinally for a multitude of ailments. The essential oil is the most popular oil for perfumery recipes. Long used for its balancing and uplifting properties; it appears to assist in normalizing hormonal levels and, act as a mild stimulant. Not only is it calming and relaxing making it a wonderful addition to all manner of skin care products, baths and diffuser blends, but its astringent, anti-inflammatory and mildy anti-bacterial properties make it effective and beneficial for a range of skin conditions and complexions. Geranium oil blends well with Rose, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Sweet Marjoram, Vetivert and Lavender. Probably introduced into this country by the Romans, this oil has an amazing lubricity which makes it ideal for those products where spreadability is required. Beneficial for those that use heat on their hair on a regular basis. It can act as a preservative for longer shelf life. A slightly green, low odour oil which is ideal as a carrier for essential oils in massage oils and other delicate colour/fragrance products. A recent paper showed that hazelnut oil has phospholipids which give greater and longerlasting moisturising potential to cosmetic emulsions.

A virtually canabinoid-free oil that rivals linseed for its richness and high arachidonic acid content. A perfect choice for skin protection.

A high concentration of omega-6 lipids makes hyptis oil an ideal choice in products for dry, flaky skin.

Aromatherapists use Jasmine oil for treating disorders related to nervous system, menstrual cramps, anger, headaches, insomnia, depression, worry, muscular tension, labor pains. It is also known to increases sensuality.

This oil is used in high grade cosmetics and is considered a replacement for sperm whale oil. It is golden in color, thin, and absorbs excellently into the skin. It is unaffected by temperature changes and can stand high heat without going bad. It could be used as a moisturiser and conditioner in shampoos. It is also a very active ingredient in treating skin problems like acne, psoriasis, and helps in the stimulation on hairgrowth.

Jojoba Oil is really not an oil, but a liquid wax. This oil has been used for many years in skin care products because of the healing power that is has. It is said to be closely related to human sebum and this makes is very compatible with our skin. It is said to help is fighting Acne and Pimples and is wonderful for dry and damaged skin.

Jyotishmati oil is stomachic, tonic and good for cough and asthama. It is used in leprosy, gout, rheumatism, headaches and leucoderma. Its use in the treatment of beri-beri is also reported. It is used in combination with other herbs as sexual stimulant.

An oil rich in vitamin E, the kiwi, or chinese gooseberry, grown in New Zealand, is a significant source of skin nutrition and protection.

Cold pressed Kiwi Seed oil contains over 60% alpha linolenic acid which helps our skin and hair retain moisture. It is also rich in phytonutrients, minerals and vitamins C & E. The Omega 3 content of Kiwi seed oil makes it a useful ingredient in the treatment of dry skin problems and therefore it should be considered for any formulation for healing dry, damaged skin. Use it for lip balms, face serums, hair conditioners, eye creams and more. Use Kiwi seed oil at 1-5% in most formulations

To the Hawaiians this tree is a symbol and a legend. The oil is a panacea for delicate, sensitive or dry skin and is pure and gentle enough to use on a baby's delicate skin.

Lavender oil helps to relax, calm nervous system, and is a good sedative. Lavender was used in earlier days as a condiment and for flavouring dishes to prevent indigestion and stomach disorders. It has aromatic, carminative and nervine properties. Though largely used in perfumery, it is now not much employed internally, except as a flavouring agent, occurring occasionally in pharmacy to cover disagreeable odours in ointments and other compounds. Red Lavender lozenges are employed both as a mild stimulant and for their pleasant taste. The essential oil, or a spirit of Lavender made from it, proves admirably restorative and tonic against faintness, palpitations of a nervous sort, weak giddiness, spasms and colic. It is agreeable to the taste and smell, provokes appetite, raises the spirits and dispels flatulence. A few drops of the essence of Lavender in a hot footbath has a marked influence in relieving fatigue. Outwardly applied, it relieves toothache, neuralgia, sprains, rheumatism, healing burns, wounds, cracks, and skin inflammation. Also used in treating acne, psoriasis, sunburns, hairloss and migrane.

Lemon oil is a very useful cleansing agent and has rejuvenating action on skin. Lemon juice is probably the best of all antiscorbutics, being almost a specific in scurvy. The juice may be used in diaphoretic and diuretic draughts. It is highly recommended in acute rheumatism, and is sometimes given to counteract narcotic poisons, especially opium. It is a good astringent, whether as a gargle in sore throat, in pruritis of the scrotum, in uterine haemorrhage after delivery, or as a lotion in sunburn. It is said to be the best cure for severe, obstinate hiccough, and is helpful in jaundice and hysterical palpitation of the heart. The decoction has been found to be a good antiperiodic, useful as a substitute for quinine in malarial conditions, or for reducing the temperature in typhoid.

An oil from the 'King of Nuts', this Hawaiian emollient is reported to have properties akin to those of sebum. This oil from India is a greatly respected emollient that is often used as a cocoa butter replacement.

The Manketti Nut or Mongogo Nut is a source of a precious edible oil from Namibia that is rich in phytosterols and natural proteins. It is a highly prized emollient that will pamper the skin to leave it lusciously protected.

An oil from the fruit of a tree much revered by the indigenous people of Southern Africa, who extract the oil themselves for cracked, dry or damaged skin. It is a prized cosmetic oil for both skin and hair, being similar to olive oil in composition.

Meadowfoam is an herbaceous winter annual plant native to the pacific Northwest region of the United States. Meadowfoam oil was developed to replace sperm whale oil in the 1970s. Despite its high molecular weight, meadowfoam oil remains liquid at room temperature. Meadowfoam Seed Oil is said to moisturize the skin and hair better than most oils, and it helps prevent moisture loss. In shampoos and hair care products, it helps add shine and moisture to the hair and scalp.

An oil that is stable, non-greasy and rapidly absorbed. This oil is ideal for those products where a soft, smooth, silky feel is required whether it be on skin or hair.

One of the most common herbs and extremely popular in alternative medical treatments, Mint has several medicinal uses in treating skin problems. It is especially useful in treating acne, itching, inflammation, and burns. Internally, it is considered excellent for indigestion and gastrointestinal problems, and is very popular in the food and confectionary industry.

The tropical paradise of Tahiti captured in one gloriously fragranced oil which overpowers the senses with its rich floral bouquet. The pure delight of gardenia flowers infused in skin-loving coconut oil.

Motia Rosha is a very stimulating oil for scalp. It is widely used in hair treatments because it stimulates the germinal layer and pigment cells of hair. It helps hair growth, treats and prevents grey hair, dandruff, split ends and imparts healthy glow to hair. It is also a very important ingredient in the preparation of hair and scalp oils.

A very aromatic oil, neem (also known as margosa or nimba) is one of India's most respected treatments for problem skin.

A precious oil is extracted from this exotic tree (which also provides a valuable resin) for use as a local remedy for dry skin.

An oil that is mentioned in the Bible and was known to the ancient Greeks and Phoenicians, who introduced it into Spain. This oil is legendary for its safe, gentle care and treatment of the skin.

Orange oil like lemon oil is a very useful cleansing agent and has rejuvenating action on skin. The juice may be used in diaphoretic and diuretic draughts. It is highly recommended in acute rheumatism, and is sometimes given to counteract narcotic poisons, especially opium. It is a good astringent, whether as a gargle in sore throat, in pruritis of the scrotum, in uterine haemorrhage after delivery, or as a lotion in sunburn. It is said to be the best cure for severe, obstinate hiccough, and is helpful in jaundice and hysterical palpitation of the heart. The decoction has been found to be a good antiperiodic, useful as a substitute for quinine in malarial conditions, or for reducing the temperature in typhoid.

A light, delicate oil that is perfect for providing a light moisturisation to those products where the after-skin feel should be a whisper.

A novel oil that offers skin conditioning and protection against the loss of precious skin hydration. The other lathering oil. Can be used up to 50% of a soap formula. But works great at 20% to 30% of a soap formula.

This oil is used as a hard base oil instead of Lard or Tallow for making a totally Vegie soap. It also can be drying to some skin types. Use at 50% of the oils in a formula if you like or less.

A light, gentle oil with connotations of being soothing and relaxing. It leaves a natural soft feel to the skin without being over-occlusive.

A skin conditioning agent that is emollient, non-greasy and ideal for dry, tired and mature skins. Can be used as an equivalent to apricot kernel oil.

A traditional oil for use in sunscreen preparations and after-sun oils. It is substantive and protective to the harshest of external conditions. Increase blood flow to the scalp, great for hair growth Known by the Chinese name of Zi Su or in English as the beefsteak plant or Perilla, this material shows antiseptic activity and has been shown to be effective against Propionibacterium acnes (responsible for acne).

A mediterranean delicacy, the edible seeds are known as 'pignons' or 'pinocchi' and they yield a novel moisturising oil.

An oil that is substantive and protective to the harshest of external conditions. Compares favourably with peanut oil.

Containing virtually no opiates, this must be the sister to hemp oil and could be used in any products where an interesting moisturiser is required with an emotive story line in the pack copy.

The oil from pumpkin seeds has been used across the world as a treatment for sores, ulcers and other skin problems. Its high sterol and vitamin E content makes it ideal for this purpose.

A moisturising oil, rich in gamma oryzanol.

Rose oil is a cooling agent and is excellent for tired skin. It is a good source of vitamins C and E. Rose oil has a very pleasant fragrance to it. It removes dead cells from the skin, and provides relief from burns. It slows the aging process and balances the skin's chemistry. Rose oil is used for cleansing, toning, moisturizing, and nourishing of the skin.

The rose of Mosqueta oil, which was once described as the 'Fountain of Youth'. This oil is remarkable for its benefits to damaged and distressed skin.

Stimulates hair growth

Rosemary oil is used for cleansing skin, treating hair fall, dandruff, mental fatigue, headaches and migraine. It is also known for strengthening memory and relieve lymphatic congestion. Rosemary oil is a tonic, astringent, diaphoretic, stimulant. It has the carminative properties of other volatile oils and is an excellent stomachic and nervine, curing many cases of headache. It is employed principally, externally, as spiritus Rosmarini , in hair-lotions, for its odour and effect in stimulating the hair-bulbs to renewed activity and preventing premature baldness. An infusion of the dried plant (both leaves and flowers) combined with borax and used when cold, makes one of the best hairwashes known. It forms an effectual remedy for the prevention of scurf and dandruff. Rosemary is also one of the ingredients used in the preparation of Eau-deCologne.

The most popular use for rosewood is in the perfume industry. Rosewood is used constantly in skin products. The reason for its use is rosewood is very relaxing when applied to the skin. Rosewood has been used throughout the years, mainly in perfumes; just recently it has been introduced in today's aromatherapy. In Brazil, the Amazon Indians use it in the healing of wounds and for skin inflammations. In aromatherapy, it is used to boost the immune system and it helps the body fight viruses. It also helps cells and tissue regenerate. It is useful in relieving headaches; it is good for jetlag also. Rosewood is also uplifting and reviving to the senses. It is used in meditations, because it is a good oil to burn that relaxes without causing drowsiness. There are various ways to use rosewood oil to help in natural healing. They can be used in bathes and massages, also as compresses.

Safflower oil is mentioned in ancient Egyptian texts and was used to heal old wounds. It has an exceptionally high linoleic acid content and is an excellent choice for the replenishment of moisture in skin creams and lotions.

Weak hair; fights gray

Obtained from the maceration and extraction of the fruit into olive or sunflower oil, this is an old and traditional remedy handed down by generations of battling Mongols for the treatment of bruised and battered skin. Ideal for inclusion in "sports" ranges.

Also known as gingilli oil, this oil has been known since earliest antiquity, from ancient Egypt to the Indian continent, as a soothing, gentle emollient. It is an extremely good substitute for olive oil and has excellent longevity in massage preparations.

This rich, buttery oil from central Africa is used for the protection and care of skin cracked and dehydrated by the elements. Beurre de karite is an elegant addition to products crafted for the smoothing and replenishment of dry skins. Known by the Chinese name Zi Cao or in English as Gromwell, this material shows clinical anti-inflammatory activity and is used in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of burns, sores, eczema and scalds. It has also been shown to increase the growth of epithelial cells.

Vegetable shortening is made of hydrogenated soybean oil and is an inexpensive way to add hardness to soap, is mild and has a stable lather. Added with other vegetable oils, it makes a hard bar of soap, but can be brittle when cut into bars.

This seed oil was much loved by the Romans and is still used today by the beautiful women of Asia for improvement of the complexion. It can be used with great benefit in skin care preparations.

This plant has been known and used by the Chinese for more than 4,000 years, though today most of the oil comes from the USA. This oil is a cost-effective base on which to prepare hair and body products where good honest moisturisation is required at a budget price.

An orange-red oil that takes its colour from the hypericin it contains. This oil is part of most herbalists' repertoire for damaged skin, bruises and other skin problems. Especially useful for sensitive skin products. A simple yet cost-effective emollient oil, well tried and tested for generations in a wide variety of emulsions formulated for face and body products. Much loved for generations, listed in the British Pharmacopoeia and an excellent choice for even the most simple of moisturisers or massage oils. Almond oil should be in every formulator's palette. Fights dandruff and fungus; great if you have any scalp problems. stimulate hair growth and hair repair.

Probably a native of Persia, this nut provides an emollient oil which has been used for its efficacy on dry and damaged skin. In mythology, while man ate acorns the Gods ate walnuts.

Known since the time of the ancient Egyptians, this seed oil has been used for the care of the skin, to maintain its beauty and aid in its repair. Contains one of the highest levels of natural vitamin E and is a valuable additive to any skin care product where care and protection of the skin is important. This oil is not totally unrelated to our borage (Borago officinalis) since it is from the same family. It originates from Tanzania, where it is used for its emollient and soothing properties. It may also be found in Pakistan, where it is used for similar purposes.

Ylang Ylang oil is used to relive anxiety, depression, insomnia and tension. For skin treatments it is used to balance moisture content and reduce oiliness on skin. In Aromatherapy ylang-ylang is one of the most relaxing fragrances to both mind and body. It also slightly lowers blood pressure and servers as a natural antidepressant. However, studies show that the scent is both stimulating and relaxing to brain waves, and also is known for it aphrodisiac properties. Like many natural remedies, it seems to energize or relax one, depending upon the individual's needs. Use it in a bath or massage oil or simply sniff it when you need to feel lively or when you experience insomnia. It balances oil production when used as a hair conditioner, and people in the Philippines and tropical Asia use it to protect their hair from the damages of swimming in salt water. It's good for all skin types, but especially those with combination skin. An evening bath with ylang-ylang oil helps chase away daily tensions and restore calm and balance. Ylang-ylang is very effective when applied before shampooing to treat split ends.

Considered a superior cleanser for "lustrous long hair" and has been reported as "promoting hair growth and preventing dandruff". Because of these benefits, this powder was named "shikakai" which literally translates as "fruit for the hair" . Shikakai "Fruit for the Hair" Acacia Concinna is a small shrub-like tree which grows in the warm, dry plains of central India. For centuries the people who have had access to this tree have used its pod-like fruit to clean their hair. They collect, dry and grind this pod into a powder which is considered a superior cleanser for "lustrous long hair" and has been reported as "promoting hair growth and preventing dandruff". Because of these benefits, this powder was named "shikakai" which literally translates as "fruit for the hair" . Today this fruit is grown commercially in large quantities in India and the Far East. As a result, shikakai powder is readily available and continues to be commonly used as a preferred shampoo. The dried, powdered fruit is sold in attractive packages that show women with long, beautiful, shiny hair. Many popular brands are sold throughout India. Typically, shikakai is mixed with water to make a paste which is worked through the hair. It lathers moderately and cleans hair beautifully. It has a natural low pH, is extremely mild, and doesn't strip hair of natural oils. Usually no rinse or conditioner is used since shikakai also acts as a detangler. This ancient product is probably the world's original pH balanced shampoo. Shikakai Hair Powder For Hair Wash and hair Care. It acts as a natural astringent for hair care. It clears dandruff and dirt accumulated on the scalp and strengthens hair roots. It promotes luxuriant hair growth.

Aruna is bitter stomachi, stimulant, alterrative and demulcent. It is used for Bilious affections and for the dispersion of various kinds of Tumours, and is useful as blood purifier in skin diseases. It is used in Glandular swellings in the neck and also a good remedy in Jaundice.

Black pepper is aromatic, stimulant, carminative and is said to possess febrifuge properties. Its action as a stimulant is specially evident on the mucous membrane of the rectum, and so is good for constipation, also on the urinary organs. As a gargle it is valued for relaxed uvula and paralysis of the tongue. On account of its stimulant action it aids digestion and is specially useful in atonic dyspepsia and torbid condition of the stomach. It will correct flatulence and nausea. It has also been used in vertigo, paralytic and arthritic disorders. It has also been advised in diarrhoea, cholera, scarlatina, and in solution for a wash for tinea capititis.

Sandalwood is one of the most expensive, most exotic, and most aromatic plants known to humans. Grown mostly in the southern parts of India, Sandalwood is a very highly revered plant both in the medicinal world and in Hindu culture. Its seductive fragrance is considered to have many curative properties. Sandalwood has a use in treating most skin problems. It is a cooling agent, stimulant, and blood purifier. It protects skin from the sun's rays, acts an antiaging agent, and keeps skin smooth and aromatic. Sandalwood is extremely effective on pimples, prickly heat, skin erruptions, itching, rashes, spots, freckles, and swellings. It is a very popular ingredient in salon facials. The oil is antiseptic and is used in treating gonnorrhea, scabies, pimples, wrinkles, bronchitis, fever, and urine disorders.

Brahmi is a tonic, diuretic and an energy stimulant. It is used to treat skin diseases like eczema and dermatitis. It is also used for improving memory, epilepsy, and several mental disorders. Brahmi is also very useful for hair growth, and is commonly used as a hairwash.

Amba haldi is an aromatic stimulant, tonic and carminative. It protects skin from atmospheric pollution, wrinkles and bacteria. It imparts resistance against allergies of throat, nose and trachiobranchital passage. Haldi is commonly used in skincare preparations and treats pimples, acne and black heads. It helps prevent and slow the growth of unwanted superfluous hair. Both Haldi (Turmeric) and Kali Haldi (Black Zeodary) are used by the traditional healers in treatment of hydrocele (A pathological accumulation of serous fluid in a bodily cavity, especially in the scrotal pouch). Both are used externally.

Anantmool has long enjoyed reputation as tonic, alterative, demulcent, diaphoretic, diuretic, blood purifier & flavouring agent. The main constituents are P-Methoxy salicylic aldehyde, beta sitosterol, tetracyclic triterpene alcohals, fattyacids, tannins, saponins etc. It is employed in nutritional disorders, chronic rheumatism, gravel (calculi) & other urinary diseases, syphilis, scrofula (cervical tubercular lymphadenitis) & skin affections. It helps in treatment of syphilis by stimulating the defense machanism of the body. It has also been used successfully in the treatment of psoariasls. It shows inhibitory effect on the growth of Escherichia coli.

Arjun is an antringent, cardiac stimulant and tonic. It is known for its useful effects on treating cardiac disorders. It also treats fractures, pimples, ace, freckles and non-healing wounds. Taken internally, it is extremely good for heart.

Ashwagandha is also referred to as "Indian Ginseng," and it is one of the oldest medicinal plants in use. Ashwagandha has more medicinal uses than most herbs. It is a very prominant ingredient is treating several skin problems. Externally, it is also used for treating ringworm, snake bites, sores, wounds, boils, swellings, sore eyes, and lice. The root of the plant is used as a powerful tonic, sexual stimulant, and narcotic. It is also used in restoring functions of organs, treating urine disorders, treating senile disorders, rheumatic disorders, indigestion, cough, cold, chest complaints, and ulcers. Internally, the leaves are used in killing worms, treating hemorrhoids, and reduction of fever.

Calamus is an aromatic stimulant and mild tonic. On account of the volatile oil which is present, it also acts as a carminative, removing the discomfort caused by flatulence and checking the growth of the bacteria which give rise to it. It is used to increase the appetite and benefit digestion. It has a brownish-yellow colour and a pungent, spicy taste and is used as a stomachic and flavouring agent.

Chamomile is a Tonic, achic, anodyne and an antispasmodic. The official preparations are a decoction, an infusion, the extract and the oil. It is an old-fashioned but extremely efficacious remedy for hysterical and nervous affections in women and is used also as an emmenagogue. It has a wonderfully soothing, sedative and absolutely harmless effect. It is considered a preventive and the sole certain remedy for nightmare. It will cut short an attack of delirium tremens in the early stage. It has sometimes been employed in treating intermittent fevers.

Chaulmoogra is a nerve tonic. It rejuvenates and removes dead skin cells. It is used in the treatment of eczema, psoriasis, leprosy and white skin patches. Clove oil is a skin tonic and is used for treating many skin problems. The oil is strong in character and is excellent pain killer. It is is partcularly popular in relieving tooth aches and canker sore pain. It is also used for treating cold and caugh.

Widely used in aroma therapy and perfumes, Khus is a cooling agent, tonic, and blood purifier. It has a very cooling effect on the skin, and is used in treating many skin disorders. Khus is know to have a calming effect on the nervous system, and therefore is also used in psychological treatments for anger control, insomnia, and stress relief. Other medicinal uses of Khus include ringworm, indigestion, loss of appetite, fever, gastric irritation, menstrual problems, vomiting, diarrhea, sprains, back pain, rheumatism, and shooting pains in nerves.

Maka is a coolant, tonic and stimulant. It has been in use for centuries for hair treatment and helps prevent falling hair, stops premature greying and is known as a brain tonic. It is also known for treating insomnia. Manjishta (Rubia Cordyfolia) Grown mostly in the northwest Himalayas, the root of the Manjishta plant is widely used in treating pimples, reducing wrinkles, improving complexion, treating burns, healing injuries, and lessing inflammation, swellings, spots, and scales. The fruit is used to treat liver problems, and the stem is used for snake bites. Internally, this medicinal plant is used for paralysis, jaundice, urinal, and menstrual disorders.

Every part of the Papaya tree has a medicinal use. Papaya contains the alkaloids carpaine and carposide, an injection of which is used as a cardiac tonic. The enzyme papain, found in Papaya, helps digest protein. It dissolves cancerous cells and tissues. Papaya helps in deep cleansing and quickly breaks down dead skin cells. The Papaya fruit is popular in treating many skin problems like pimples, wrinkles, psoriasis, and eczema. Leaves are used to cure fever, wounds, and nervous pains. Seeds are used for indigestion, hemorroids, and menstrual problems. Roots are used for bleeding and urine disorders. Other medicinal uses include treatments for anemia, diarrhea, and cough.

Shatavari is mucilaginous, diuretic, tonic, galactagogue and aphrodisiac. It increases secretion of semen and treats female genital, urinal and menstrual disorders. For skin, it used for treating pimples and acne. It is also used for weight increase, develepment of muscle tissue, vitality and reducing weakness after illness.

Turmeric is an aromatic stimulant, tonic and carminative. It protects skin from atmospheric pollution, wrinkles and bacteria. It imparts resistance against allergies of throat, nose and trachiobranchital passage. Haldi is commonly used in skincare preparations and treats pimples, acne and black heads. It helps prevent and slow the growth of unwanted superfluous hair. Both Haldi (Turmeric) and Kali Haldi (Black Zeodary) are used by the traditional healers in treatment of hydrocele (A pathological accumulation of serous fluid in a bodily cavity, especially in the scrotal pouch). Both are used externally.

Beeswax makes for a harder bar of soap and is also used in creams, lotions, lip balms and candle making. Beeswax contains a high percentage of unsaponifiables and is often used in formulations containing honey to harden what would otherwise be a too soft soap. Limit the use of beeswax in cold process soapmaking to about an ounce per pound of oils. It takes approximately 25% less candelilla than beeswax to achieve effective use in products like lotion bars and lip balms. Therefore, it can also be considered an economical "vegetable" alternative to beeswax. Candelilla was has excellent glide with the color of natural beeswax, a light golden yellow.

Aloe Butter is a cosmetic butter developed from the extraction of the Aloe Vera pulp using a fatty coconut fraction to produce a soft-solid butter. It is completely oil miscible and contains no preservatives or coloring agents. Common Uses: Aloe Butter has excellent moisturizing properties and aids with the re-hydration of dry chapped skin. It is solid at room temperature and melts on contact with the skin and can be used in formulations to treat skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and sun burn. Aloe Butter is great to use on its own or can be used in a variety of skin care applications including use in lotions, creams, conditioners, body butters, soaps, and lip balms.

Avocado Butter is hydrogenated avocado fruit oil that yields a soft, ivory to light greenish, creamy and soft butter that has excellent penetrating properties. Common Uses: Avocado Butter has natural sunscreen properties along with Vitamins A, B, G and E which makes it a wonderful moisturizing treatment for dry and damaged skin. It exhibits good spread-ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or body balm, and it can be added to soap, creams, lotions, lip balms, body butters, hair pomades, bath bombs and more.

Chamomile essential oil, with its calming aroma and anti-inflammatory properties, is blended with (non GM) soy butter, which has high levels of lecithin and vitamin E. This wonderful formula will soften and hydrate your skin. It has a strong, fruity aroma and a hint of grayish blue color from the chamomile. This blend is whipped to create a creamy consistency suitable for a massage butter or balm. It is also a great addition to soaps and any emulsion formulation such as creams and lotions.

This certified organic butter is obtained from the organically grown fruit of the Cocoa tree (Theobroma Cocoa). From its seed kernels the butter is extracted and further processed and refined to obtain a tan colored butter which has a pleasant cocoa (chocolate-like) odor, suitable for cosmetics and toiletries. Cocoa butter is of significant commercial importance in foods, pharmaceuticals and cosmetic applications. Cocoa butter is solid at room temperature, but melts readily on contact with the skin. Efficacy: Prevents drying of the skin and development of wrinkles. Reduces degeneration of skin cells and restores skin flexibility. May enhance stability of certain emulsion systems. Coffee Oil, which is rich in natural anti-oxidants, is blended with (non GM) soy butter, which has high levels of lecithin and vitamin E. This wonderful formula will soften and hydrate your skin. It has a rich caramel color and a strong coffee aroma. This blend is whipped to create a creamy consistency suitable for a massage butter or balm. It is also a great addition to soaps and any emulsion formulation such as creams and lotions.

Cupuacu Butter is native to Brazil and contains phytosterols, an unsaponifiable component that acts at the cellular level regulating the balance and activity of the lipids of the stratum corneum. It has a high capacity for water absorption due to these sterols, and can help stabilize emulsions. It is hard at room temperature. Common Uses: Cupuacu Butter is an emollient. It offers a pleasant touch and softness to the skin and improves the humidity and elasticity of the skin. It restores the coetaneous barrier and can be used in skin care, hair care and color cosmetics (especially lipsticks).

Grapeseed Butter is obtained by the cold pressing of selected fruits followed by a full refining process. The result is a soft, creamy butter that is rich in vitamins E & C and Beta Carotene. Common Uses: Grapeseed Butter possesses regenerative and restructuring qualities which allow a better control of skin moisture. It exhibits good spread-ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or body balm, and it can be added to soap, creams, lotions, lip balms, body butters, hair pomades, bath bombs and more.

Hemp seed butter is produced from the oil of expeller pressed seeds of the Hemp plant (Cannabis Sativa). It provides the four essential fatty acids beneficial to the skin: LA, GLA, LNA and SDA. (One of the highest EFA contents at 76%!) Hemp seed oil may be used in body care, soaps, facial creams, lotions and sunscreens to impart moisturization, particularly for dry, damaged skin (i.e. eczema, psoriasis and mastaligia). Hemp seed oil is also one of the "driest" natural oils available, being absorbed quickly into the skin. It provides high fluidity and excellent lubricity without being greasy. The Hemp seed butter is produced using the fatty fractions and unsaponifiables (natural waxes / paraffins) which are collected during the refining process and are then blended with hydrogenated vegetable oil to produce a butter-like material suitable for use in cosmetics and toiletries. The Illipe tree (Shorea Stenoptera) is a magnificent tree which grows in the forests of Borneo. The seeds are enclosed in a thin shell with wing-like attachments that enable the seed to fall away from the mother tree. The seeds are collected from the ground and dried in the sun until the shells are sufficiently brittle to be separated from the seeds by pounding in rice mortars. The first inhabitants of Borneo (the Dayaks) have been making a "butter" from Illipe nuts for many centuries for therapeutic and cosmetic purposes. Illipe butter has long-lasting moisturizing attributes. It is most renowned for its skin softening quality. Illipe's chemical composition closely resembles that of cocoa butter, yet with a slightly higher melting point, making it ideal for use in bar soaps, lip balms, lip sticks and other stick type applications where a higher melting point is desired. This wonderful butter has a mild, nut-like odor. Kokum Butter comes from the Garcinia indicia tree grown in India. It has a marbled yellowbrown complexion with a slight earthy scent. Common Uses: Often under-rated, Kokum Butter is one of the most hard and stable vegetable butters. It exhibits excellent emollient properties which can assist with skin regeneration. With its relatively higher melt point, Kokum Butter melts slightly at skin temperatures making it ideal for lipsticks and balms. It is also a great addition to bar soaps, body butters, creams and conditioners. It is more quickly absorbed into the skin without leaving a greasy feel and is often used as a substitute for Cocoa Butter due to its uniform triglyceride composition.

Lavender oil is renowned for its calming scent and numerous beneficial skin properties. This well-rounded oil is blended with (non GM) soy butter, which is high in lecithin and Vitamin E. This butter blend has an amazing lavender scent and a creamy luxurious color and texture, making it ideal for massage butter or body balm. It is also a great addition to soaps and any emulsion formulation such as creams and lotions.

Lemon essential oil, with its zesty refreshing scent and high antiseptic properties, is blended with (non GM) soy butter to keep your skin well hydrated and smelling clean. Soy butter is rich in Vitamin E and lecithin which provide moisture to the skin. This wonderful formula has a pleasing, fresh lemon scent and a hint of yellow color. This blend is whipped to create a creamy consistency suitable for a massage butter or balm. It is also a great addition to soaps and any emulsion formulation such as creams and lotions.

Lime essential oil, with its crisp, zesty, uplifting and revitalizing aroma, is blended with (non GM) soy butter, which has high levels of lecithin and vitamin E. This wonderful formula is both a moisturizer and an astringent and will keep your skin lustrously soft & smooth. It has the refreshing aroma of lime and a creamy white color. This blend is whipped to create a creamy consistency suitable for a massage butter or balm. It is also a great addition to soaps and any emulsion formulation such as creams and lotions.

This Ultra Refined Mango Butter is expeller pressed from the mango seed and further refined to remove any color or scent. It is solid at room temperature but melts on contact with the skin. Common Uses: Mango Butter is said to be rich in antioxidants and can be used to soften, smooth and moisturize rough dry skin. It has natural emollient properties, and is reputed to be useful for treating burns, stretch marks, scar reduction, wound healing and skin regeneration smoothing of wrinkles. It is also reputed to have protective effect against UV radiation and can be used to treat sunburns. Mango Butter is ideal in formulations for lotions, body butters, balms, soaps, shaving creams, hair care products and lip balms.

Nutmeg Butter is a creamy yellow, semi-solid butter which has been CO2 extracted from the nutmeg fruit. It comes in soft, crumbly pieces and has a low melting point. Having the beautiful, warm and spicy aroma of nutmeg, it can be added to fragrance formulations such as body butters, balms, and hair products. Common Uses: Nutmeg butter, in dilution, has traditionally been used to soothe skin irritations and to alleviate rheumatic pain. It can be added to soap, creams, lotions, lip balms, body butters, shampoo, hair pomades and rinse-out hair conditioners, and bath bombs.

Olive Butter is obtained from cold pressed olives and collected when the oil is refined to remove the unsaponifiables. Olive Butter has a smooth, creamy texture although on occasions may be grainy due to the manufacturing process. Common Uses: This butter has excellent emollient and antioxidant properties making it a natural moisturizer. If sensitivity to Shea Butter develops, Olive butter is a good substitute as it exhibits many of the same characteristics. With many natural essential fatty acids and unsaponifiables, this butter is an essential ingredient for anti-aging products. Olive Butter exhibits good spread-ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or body balm, and it can be added to soap, creams, lotions, lip balms, body butters, hair pomades, bath bombs and more.

Orange essential oil, with its antiseptic properties and sweet aroma, is blended with (non GM) soy butter, which has high levels of lecithin and vitamin E. This wonderful formula will soften and hydrate your skin. It has a strong orange scent and golden yellow color. This blend is whipped to create a creamy consistency suitable for a massage butter or balm. It is also a great addition to soaps and any emulsion formulation such as creams and lotions.

Palm butter is a natural (non-hydrogenated) stearin fraction of palm fat that is a solid butter at room temperature and has great antioxidant power. Along with a high content of inherent vitamin E (tocopherols), there is a large amount of Tocotrienols found in palm butter. Tocotrienols are more potent therapeutically than tocopherols and tend to be 40 to 50 times stronger in oxidative stability. Palm butter may be used in formulas to aid in free radical scavenging, cell regeneration, and to assist in moisturizing after exposure to sun and other harsh elements. It is completely oil miscible and contains no preservatives or coloring agents. Completely natural and certified organic!

Pumpkin Seed Butter is obtained by the cold pressing selected fruits followed by a full refining process. The resulting butter is rich in vitamins A, E & C, fatty acids and antioxidants. Common Uses: Pumpkin Seed Butter is perfect for rejuvenating and revitalizing dried and damaged skin. Very soft in consistency, it exhibits good spread-ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or body balm, and it can be added to soap, creams, lotions, lip balms, body butters, hair pomades and more.

Certified Organics: This Certified Organic Butter is QAI Certified. The National Organic Program develops, implements, and administers national production, handling, and labeling standards for organic agricultural products. The QAI also accredits the certifying agents (foreign and domestic) who inspect organic production and handling operations to certify that they meet USDA standards. Our Organic Shea Butter has all the same great properties of the other Shea Butters. It is naturally refined and is nearly white without any discernible scent and conforms with the organic certification process. It is solid at room temperature but not hard. Common Uses: Used predominantly for skin care, Shea Butter is hailed for its protecting and emollient properties. It has high amounts of unsaponifiable matters, vitamin E and other natural active elements, and is a perfect natural moisturizing agent for the skin, particularly the face and hands. It penetrates deeply into the epidermis and leaves a smooth, satiny finish.

Through innovative manufacturing processes, all natural soy beans can now be made into Soy Butter. Soy Butter is white in color with a very mild scent. Soya Bean is extremely high in lecithin, sterolins, vitamin E, omega 3 fatty acids and isoflavones. It penetrates easily into the skin which makes it an effective moisturizing agent. Common Uses: Soy Butter re-hydrates and replenishes the skins lipid barrier to help hold in moisture while softening dry, chafed, and damaged skin. It exhibits good spread-ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or body balm, and it can be added to soaps, creams, lotions, body butters, and more. Use it in your hair care products for added conditioning and shine. Sweet Almond Butter is obtained by the cold pressing of selected fruits followed by a full refining process to produce a soft, creamy butter. Common Uses: Sweet Almond Butter is rich in proteins and vitamin D and can be used to soften and re-condition dry skin. It exhibits good spread-ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or body balm, and it can be added to soap, creams, lotions, lip balms, body butters, hair pomades, bath bombs and more. Tangerine essential oil, with its refreshingly sweet aroma and rejuvenating properties, is blended with (non GM) soy butter, which has high levels of lecithin and vitamin E, to provide you with a soft, smooth and glowing skin. This butter has a sweet citrus aroma and a soft yellow color. This blend is whipped to create a creamy consistency suitable for a massage butter or balm. It is also a great addition to soaps and any emulsion formulation such as creams and lotions.

Native to Brazil, Tucuma Butter is cold pressed from the seed of the native Tucuma palm tree. Common Uses: Tucuma Butter is rich in lauric, myristic and oleic acids, and is considered to have excellent emollient and skin softening properties. High in vitamin A, the antioxidant properties in this exotic Amazonian butter help to keep the skin soft, smooth and nourished. Tucuma Butter is quite hard at room temperature but it melts on contact with the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or body balm, and it can be added to soaps, creams, lotions, body butters, conditioners, masks and more. It can also be used in hair care products for added conditioning and shine.

Native to Central and South America, Ucuuba Butter is a natural butter cold pressed from the seeds of the Ucuuba tree. The resulting butter is light brown, soft & dry in consistency. Common Uses: Ucuuba Butter is said to have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties and is ideal for treating acne, eczema and dry or irritated skin. Exceptionally rich in essential fatty acids, Ucuuba Butter is considered to have anti-aging properties and can be used to replenish tone and moisture to dry and mature skin. Ucuuba Butter is ideal for making pomades, creams, lotions, body butters and other skin care formulations where emollience is desired. Due to its dark brown color, this butter can be used to produce richly colored dark soaps. It can be also used, in combination with other ingredients, for producing vegetable candles.

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ydrogenated vegetable oil to produce a butter-like material suitable for use in cosmetics and toiletries. lip balms, lip sticks and other stick type applications where a higher melting point is desired. This wonderful butter has a mild, nut-like od

bath bombs and more.

mounts of unsaponifiable matters, vitamin E and other natural active elements, and is a perfect natural moisturizing agent for the skin, pa

th other ingredients, for producing vegetable candles.

erful butter has a mild, nut-like odor.

moisturizing agent for the skin, particularly the face and hands. It penetrates deeply into the epidermis and leaves a smooth, satiny finish.

nd leaves a smooth, satiny finish.