Sugandha Kokila Oil

Widely used as a Fragrance component in Oral Products, cosmetics and perfumes.

Uses: Extensively used as fragrance component in soaps, detergents, cosmetics and perfumes, toothpastes, and industrial fragrances.

Description: Sugandha Kokila is a large-sized evergreen tree species native to the tropical Himalayan regions of Nepal. It grows naturally in both the hills and plains up to an altitude of 1200 meters and is known locally by the common name Gondsoroi . The wood of C. glaucescens imparts an oil rich in safrole, myristicin and elemicin. Almost all parts of the plants are aromatic.

  • Botanical Name: Cinnamomum Glaucescens
  • Common Name: Cinnamon Berry, Sugandha Kokila
  • Native Country: Nepal
  • Parts Used: dried berries
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
  • Aroma: A camphoraceous, spicy odor

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