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HINA SHAMAMA ATTAR


HINA SHAMAMA ATTAR

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Paras Code: PAT11011

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INGREDIENTS Sandalwood Oil, Vetiver Oil, Nagarmotha Oil, Clove Bud Oil, Patchouli Oil, Sugandha Mantri Oil, Curry Leaf Oil, Cinnamon Leaf Oil, Nutmeg Oil, Turmeric Extract, Sarsaparilla, Saffron extract, Musk extract

ORIGIN INDIA

ABSTRACT

Hina Attar is a rich, warm and exotic blend of many different essential oils made by expert traditional attar distillers of Northern India.

The process of making this attar is quite complex and intricate. Many exotic herbs, earthy roots, seeds, aromatic spices, precious woods and delicate flowers depicting the magnificent combination of climates, soils, and topographies of the coastal regions, mountain ranges, river banks, high plateaus and arid deserts are collected and transmuted into a fragrance of incredible beauty and mystery. This intricate and elaborate process requires profound knowledge of the various botanicals as well as of special techniques of extraction and distillation.

AROMATIC PROFILE

The aroma of hina attar is distinctly rich, woody, warm and spicy, with a leafy undertone. Hina attar is known for bringing lucidity in the mind and improving psychic abilities. Hina attar has been traditionally used in India in religious ceremonies, in meditation and prayer and to create an environment of devotion and sacredness. It is the primary constituent ingredient of a perfume blend called Shaman used by many sadhus in the East. It is widely used in a bath, for inhalation, massage, meditation, anointing chakras and in perfumery.