Botanical Name – Cyperus Scariosus
Fragrance Note – Woody, earthy
Plant Part Used – Root
Country of Origin – India
Extraction method – Steam Distillation
Nagarmotha Oil has great opportunities for ORIENTAL PERFUMERY and India is the country where Nagarmotha herb is found as wild weed. In aromatherapy it allows decongestive properties. Oil of nagarmotha is widely used in manufacturing of perfumery compounds, soaps, cosmetics and incense sticks.
What is Cypriol Essential Oil?
Cypriol is an herbaceous plant, commonly known as Nagarmotha is found throughout India. It belongs to the family Cyperacea. Cypriol/Nagarmotha essential oil has been known for decades in India, its native land. Cypriol roots were used to scent women’s clothing, including traditional saris.
Arabic: Soad, Soadekufi; Bangali: Nagarmotha; Burma: Vomonniu; Hindi: Nagarmotha; Malaya: Mushkezamin; Gujarat: Nagaramothaya; English: Nut grass; Sanskrit: Chakranksha, Charukesara; Urdu: Saad kufi.
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Frequently asked questions about Cypriols essential oil.
- What is Cypriol essential oil?
Cypriol essential oil, or Nagarmotha, from steam distilled dried roots of Cyperus scariosus, exudes a tenacious aroma similar to Vetiver and Oud. … The earthy, leathery, slightly sweet and spicy aroma of Cypriol essential oil is calming and grounding; ideal for use in perfume, incense or to augment meditation.
- What does Cypriol oil smell like?
Cypriol/Nagarmotha essential oil has a tenacious, woody-earthy smell with a spicy note. Use: Cypriol is an herbaceous plant with morphology similar to papyrus plants, as both plants are members of the Cyperus genus
- What does Nagarmotha oil smell like?
Cypriol/Nagarmotha essential oil has a tenacious, woody-earthy smell with a spicy note. Cypriol/Nagarmotha essential oil has been known for decades in India, its native land. Cypriol roots were used to scent women’s clothing, including traditional saris.
- What is Nagarmotha in English?
Nagarmotha. Nagarmotha is commonly known as “Nut grass”. It has a characteristic fragrance and is generally used in culinary spices, perfumes and to make incense sticks.