High quality Cyperus rotundus extract oil
Derived from the branches of the tall evergreen tree, Cypress essential oil has a fresh, clean aroma that’s energizing and refreshing. Cypress is frequently used in spas and by massage therapists. Cypress contains monoterpenes, making it beneficial for oily skin conditions. It has a grounding, yet stimulating effect on the emotions, making it a popular oil to diffuse during times of transition or loss.
Nagarmotha has its name etched in the Ayurvedic encyclopedia, Charaka Samhita (ca. 100 CE) as an excellent natural remedy for treating digestive disorders, fevers, dysmennorhea and certain other health conditions. This herb has also been an incredible part of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) where it is highly regarded as the primary qi (prana or life force) regulating herbal medicine.
The essential oil steam distilled from the rhizomes of this plant has been documented for treating numerous health conditions ranging from Hepatitis B to stress related degenerative diseases.
Origin: Jiangxi ,China
Guaranteed Technical Specifications:
colorless or yellowish liquid
unique aroma of forsythia, spicy and of spicy sense.
-18 ° - +6 °
99.9% volatile oil
soluble in ethanol 90%
1.Cyperus Rotundus Linn Oil thick and amber to brown liquid, woody smell
2.Cyperus Rotundus Linn Oil content: cyperus rotundus L.en, cyperus rotundus
3.Cyperus Rotundus Linn Oil used for soap, perfumes, cosmetics, fragrance, food and wine flavor, medically justified gas, and menstruation,analgesic effect
4.Cyperus Rotundus Linn Oil used in the treatment of stomach disorders
5.Cyperus Rotundus Linn Oil .improves mood and rid of depression, regulates menses, promotes blood circulation, transducts genes in rat liver
BENEFICIAL OF CYPRESS ESSENTIAL OIL
In traditional Chinese medicine it is considered the primary qi-regulating herb.
The plant is mentioned in the ancient Indian ayurvedic medicine Charaka Samhita (circa 100 AD). Modern ayurvedic medicine uses the plant, known as musta or musta moola churna,for treating fevers, digestive system disorders, dysmenorrhea and other maladies.
Arabs of the Levant traditionally use roasted tubers, while they are still hot, or hot ashes from burned tubers, to treat wounds, bruises, carbuncles, etc. Western and Islamic herbalists including Dioscorides, Galen, Serapion, Paulus Aegineta, Avicenna, Rhazes, and Charles Alston have described medical uses as stomachic, emmenagogue, and deobstruent, and in emollient plasters.
Several pharmacologically active substances have been identified in C. rotundus: α-cyperone, β-selinene, cyperene, patchoulenone, sugeonol, kobusone, and isokobusone, that may scientifically explain the folk- and alternative-medicine uses.A sesquiterpene, rotundone, so called because it was originally extracted from the tuber of this plant, is responsible for the spicy aroma of black pepper and the peppery taste of certain Australian Shiraz wines.
Anti-microbial, anti-malarial, anti-oxidant, and anti-diabetic compounds have been isolated and identified from C. Rotundus
Despite the bitter taste of the tubers, they are edible and have nutritional value. Some part of the plant was eaten by humans at some point in ancient history. The plant is known to have a high amount of carbohydrates. The plant is known to have been eaten in Africa in famine-stricken areas.
In addition, the tubers are an important nutritional source of minerals and trace elements for migrating birds such as cranes.
The well dried coco grass is used as mats for sleeping.
Sample order: 2days for bulk packed sample, and 7-10days for labelled and box packed samples.
Mass production: 7-15days for bulk package like 25kgs / 180kgs, and 30-40days for labelled and box packed items.
Packing and Storage:
25kg/drum in plastic drum
180kg/drum in galvanized steel drum
Store in cool & dry place. Keep away from strong light and heat.