Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Light yellow transparent liquid @22C with Characteristic of Neem fragrant odor|
|:||Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils|
|:||0.89000 to 0.89900 @ 25°C|
|:||-70 to -80|
|:||1.47600 to 1.49000 @ 20°C|
|:||> 100 °C|
|:||Triterpenes more specifically, limonoids such as azadirachtin, salannin, meliantriol, nimbin, nimbidin, meliantriol, deacetylazadirachtinol,|
Plant Part Used
DESCRIPTION:Neem Oil is obtained from Azadirachta Indica (commonly referred as neem) tree which is originally found in India. Featured with medium height, this evergreen tree is notable for its lenghy white flowers and semi circular leaves that have distinctively rough texture. The derived oil is used as a natural and non toxic grade insect repellant. It is also used to formulate tonic for its disinfecting, astringent and laxative attributes.
CONSTITUENTS:Neem oil contains compounds like linonoids (Triterpenes) that include meliantriol, meliantriol, 3-deacetylsalannin azadirachtin, salannol, nimbidin, salannin, deacetylazadirachtinol, nimbin, salannin and other elements like Nimbin, Azadirachtin, Nimbolides and Nimbidinin.
AROMATIC SUMMARY / NOTE / STRENGTH OF AROMA:Neem oil has particular earthy, strong, nutty and stale smell.
BLENDS WITH:Neem oil can be mixed with the essential oils of cedar wood, sandalwood, floral and geranium.
COMMON NAMES:It is popularly referred as Nimba and Neem oil.
USES:Neem Oil tastes bitter and it is acknowledged for its disinfecting and laxative properties. Its astringent attributes are required to treat minor skin abrasion. This essential oil is a reliable remedy for rheumatism, skin infections, eczema and ulcer.