Valerian Root Oil (Sugandha Bala)

Valerian Oil is widely used in Tobacco & Oriental Perfumes.

Uses: The oil gives very interesting effects in combination with Patchouli, Costus, Cypriol etc. In Chypre variation and other Perfumery Compounds, Tobacco Industries and Fruit Beer Flavours.

Description: The root of the plant mainly crop ups in short and small, different uneven pieces about 6 cm high and 7-11 cm in diameters manifest with crossways ridges and numerous bearing, outstanding or major, spherical tubercles, to a few on below surface, which is attached with thick rootlets. The upper exterior of plant of Valeriana wallichii bears the just leaves remains. The corm is tough and hard from inside; and the colour is greenish-red.

  • Botanical Name: Valeriana Wallichi
  • Common Name: Sugandha Bala, Indian Valerian
  • Native Country: India and Nepal
  • Parts Used: Rhi zome (root)
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
  • Aroma: warm woody, balsamic root like odour with a distinct animal under note of musk like character and great tenacity of Valeric Acid.

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