South Indian Essential Oils
Cymbopogon Flexuosus. Bulbs and leaves of the plant are steam distilled to make this oil. All oils that we offer are 100% pure and natural.
Elettaria Cardamomum. This essential oil is produced by steam distilling dried seed pods of the cardamom plant.
Myrystica Fragrans. This plant produces two spices, nutmeg and mace. Nutmeg essential oil is produced by steam distilling the dried kernel of the seeds.
Holy Basil Oil
Ocimum Tenuiflorum or Ocimum Sanctum. Tulsi, as it is popularly known in India, is grown for religious and herbal reasons.
Curcuma Longa. Turmeric is a flowering plant in the ginger family. Turmeric essential oil is produced by steam distilling the dried rhizomes / tubers.
Indian Bay Leaf Oil
Cinnamomum Tamala. This botanical is an evergreen tree, whose leaves are dried and steam distilled to produce Indian bay leaf essential oil.
Black Pepper Oil
Piper Nigrum. The climber plant produces these pungent green berries, which are sun-dried to form black peppercorns. The dried peppercorns are then steam distilled.
Artemisia Pallens. The fragrant leaves, flowers and twigs of this plant are steam distilled to produce davana essential oil.
Eucalyptus Globulus. The Nilgiri hills of Tamil Nadu, the region where our oil comes from, are abundant with Eucalyptus trees of this variety.
Vetiveria Zizanioides. The plant roots are steam distilled to produce this rich aromatic essential oil that is widely used in perfumery.
Zingiber Officinale. This oil is produced by steam distilling aged, dried root rhizomes of ginger.
Cymbopogon Nardus. As the name suggests, this grass is known for its crisp and lemony odour profile. Oil is produced from steam distillation.