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VETIVER HYDROSOL


VETIVER HYDROSOL

Chrysopogon zizanioides

REFERENCES

CAS Number: 84238-29-9

EINECS Number: 282-490-8

Product Code: PFW3062

INCI Name: Vetiveria Zizanioides (Vetiver) Root Distillate Water

PART USED Roots

COMMON NAMES Vetivert, Ruh Khus, Khus Khus

SYNONYMS Chrysopogon zizanioides (L.) Roberty
Vetiveria zizanioides (L.) Nash

EXTRACTION METHOD Steam Distilled Hydrosol

ODOUR PROFILE Rich, earthy, woodsy aroma

ORIGIN Haiti

PRODUCT ABSTRACT

Our organically crafted Vetiver Hydrosol is steam distilled from the thin, long, dense, grassy roots of the Chrysopogon zizanioides (syn Vetiveria zizanioides) plant growing in Haiti. The essential oil of Vetiver is often used as a base note in perfume blends as it provides depth and balance to the overall aromatic profile. On similar notes, Vetiver Hydrosol has a earthy, deep, woodsy, slightly sweet aroma which is termed as the The fragrance of the soil.

REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES

In addition to being a beautiful, balancing support, Vetiver Root Hydrosol is also helpful in reducing inflammation and unwanted fungal activity. It is cooling and nourishing to the skin and a perfect choice to add to DIY cleaning products. Vetiver Hydrolat is also valued as a component in cosmetic preparations for its natural affinity for the skin and its ability to enhance skin health and radiance.

Deeply calming, balancing and restorative, Vetiver Hydrosol promotes rejuvenation on all levels and aids relaxation. The hydrosol offers gentle sedation and is restorative when one is needing a little additional emotional support. Through its strengthening, tonic, grounding and regenerating effects, it supports and stabilizes the nervous system, making it a good choice for soothing and comforting body and mind. It also has a strong power of attraction and enhances sensual and romantic moods. Vetiver Hydrosol is an excellent choice to keep on your nightside table for promoting deep and revitalizing sleep.

Documents

Technical Data Sheet (TDS)

Certificate of Analysis (COA)