Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Viscous pale yellow liquid with Faintly woody, slightly sweet, reminiscent of Sandalwood|
|:||Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils|
|:||0.950 - 0.970 @ 20°C|
|:||1.502 - 1.512 @ 20°C|
|:||valerianol (22%), beta-eudesmol (17%), gamma-eudesmol (11%), and elemol (10%)|
Plant Part Used
|:||Wood and branches|
DESCRIPTION:Known for its woody fragrance, Amyris oil is derived from the wood of tree which is classified under rue category of plant. Commonly referred as West Indian sandal wood oil, its smell slightly resembles to the aroma of balsam. This essential oil is appreciated for its sedative, anti septic, soothing, balsamic and stress relieving properties. This oil is used for meditation purpose.
CONSTITUENTS:This amyris oil contains elements like elemol, valerianol, Amyris balsamifera, Amyris, gamma-eudesmol and beta-eudesmol.
Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma:The aroma of this essential oil is classified under base to middle class of scent note. It has gentle and sweet smell that resembles to the aroma of balsam and it also reminds about the pleasant fragrance of African sandalwood oil or Muhuhu and cedar oil.
BLENDS WITH:Amyris Oil is compatible with other essential oils of citronella, oakmoss, sassafras, lavender and other wood extracted aromatic oils.
COMMON NAMES:Amyris Essential Oil, West Indian Sandalwood. It is commonly referred as West Indian Sandalwood oil and Amyris Essential Oil.
USES:Amyris oil is acknowledged for its high sedative, emollient, balsamic, antiseptic and soothing properties. Being a good stress buster and stimulation promoting agent, this oil is used to treat fatigue of muscle. This aromatic oil helps to uplift mood when used as a stabilizing agent in scented soap or in room freshener. Amyris Oil is also used as flavour enhancer in alcoholic beverages.