A musky exotic oil which soothes and uplifts the spirit. Useful in protecting dry, mature or blemished skin, Sensual properties, Musky aroma lingers. Used to scent linen and clothes. Can prevent sleep with its nerve stimulating properties.
(Origin Indonesia) - Steam distilled from the leaves and then allowed to age and mellow in order to bring out the full rich earthiness of the oil. Unlike most essential oils, patchouli improves with age. Traditionally used for dermatitis, eczema, nervous exhaustion, stress and wound healing. Reputed to be anitseptic, antiviral and a stimulant for the nervous system.
Latin name: Pogostemon cablin or Pogostemon patchouli. Family name: Labiatae. Patchouli oil is distilled from the leaves and is imported from Indonesia. It has an intense earthy, balsamic-woody aroma. Some traditional uses: for athlete's foot, as an aphrodisiac, to relieve stress and nervous exhaustion. Emotional profile: to relieve indecision, lethargy, mood swings, depression. Blends with: vetiver, clary sage, myrrh, bergamot, neroli, rose, lavender, clove, geranium, cedarwood, and sandalwood. Garden Party products, Garden Spa bar, Green Thumb Scrub, Cosmic Relaxation products
Oil obtained from the leaves of the patchouli plant, a superb fixative. Discovered in India, it is also cultivated in Malaysia and Indonesia. Its odor is earthy, dry, woody and spicy. Patchouli is often used in Oriental and chypre blends.
is an essential oil steam-distilled from the dried and fermented leaves of a mint-like plant called Patchouli. The oil, which has a unique, cedar-like odor with spicy undertones which improves with age, is the most powerful of all the plant scents and one of the finest fixatives known. It is used particularly in 'heavy' and oriental-type perfumes.
Patchouli (also patchouly or pachouli) is both a plant and an essential oil (patchouli oil) obtained from the leaves of a plant of the same name. The scent of patchouli is heavy and strong. It has been used for centuries in perfumes, and is grown in the East and West Indies.