Ajwain Essential Oil
Ajwain Essential oil is extracted from the fruits of the Ajwain shrub. It has a nearly colorless color, but can sometimes appear brownish. It has a distinguishable odor as well as warm sharp taste. Ajwain essential oil alone has many health uses and benefits, but can expand more or provide optimum results if blended with sage, thyme, or parsley.
Ajwain Essential Oil Uses
Ajwain essential oil is very useful as an aromatherapy oil. It can provide a relaxing and soothing massage that can relieve neuralgia or the intense, intermittent pain along the nerve of the face or the head. It is also useful when used in diffusers, massage oils, and calming incense
Ajwain essential oil is also a very effective skin care component. It has powerful anti-microbial agent that can help in cleansing the skin and the hair. It can be added in soaps, lotions, body fragrance, perfumes, and bath oils. It can also be good when added in facial steams and hair treatment solutions.
Ajwain oil is also an excellent pain reliever. It can be used to relieve pain in the ears as well as treatment for arthritis. To relieve earache, Ajwain essential oil may be used as drops to help in easing the pain. One to two drops of the oil will do. To relieve arthritis, the oil may be used to massage the knees or the legs. It is also good for treating rheumatic pain.
|Botanical Name:||Trachyspermum Amoni|
|Country of Origin:||India|
|Specific Gravity:||0.860 - 0.950 @ 25°C|
|Flash Point:||Above 200°F|
|Origin of part used:||Seeds|
|Shelf Life:||2 years|
|Packaging Type:||As Per Requirement|
|Extraction or Processing Method:||Steam Distillation|
|Solubility:||Soluble in alcohols and fixed oils, Insoluble in water|
|Color||Light Orange to Reddish Brown Liquid|
|Odor||Spicy & Medicinal Odor|
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