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Tuberose (Polianthes tuberose) is plant belonging to the lily family. It is a night blooming plant native to Mexico. Like the most night blooming flowers, nocturnal moths pollinate tuberose. The blossoms are highly fragrant and continue to emanate their scent for days even after pricking. Popularly known as
Night Queen or
Raat ki Rani in India is renowned for its strong aphrodisiac powers. Due to the blossomu2019s intoxicating and enduring scent, the unmarried girls in various cultures are warned not to breathe in its perfume after dark.
We are using the more costly and time-honored method of enfleurage to extract deep orange-golden brown deeply rich fragrant oil having truly reminiscent and characteristic of the perfume of living flower. This method requiring more specialized laborers and equipment gives our oil a distinctive edge over the other absolutes in the market extracted by solvent extraction. One is fortunate indeed, to experience our Tuberose absolute, which have warm and invigorating floral aroma.rn
Languorous, fascinating and heady scent of Tuberose Absolute makes it one of the most mighty and sweet floral odors. No other note in perfumery is more amazingly creamier and voluptuous or contradicting than that of Tuberose. With the warm, alluring, orange blossom or jasmine-like, exotic and rich floral note when blooming to rot and bloody meat off-note when ripe; this extremely polarizing fragrance profile gives Tuberose a distinctive place in the aroma world.
In Ayurveda, Tuberose is believed to stimulate creativity, tranquility and bring peace. Ironically, being potential aphrodisiac it is widely used in high-end perfumery. Moreover, Tuberose can be used for anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory purposes as well.rn