$8.50 – $45.00
CO2 extracted seeds (aka abelmoschus moschatus)
Our ambrette oil is the thin oil – easily pourable at room temperature.
Ambrette Seed has sweet and rich, warm, musky, nutty aroma with a exotic touch of floral.
its odour quotient is light – but its tenacious.
Note: Always dilute before application to the body.
Why is it called “musk”. It is called so because of its similarity to the real musk, obtained from a gland behind the navel of the male musk deer. This substance was renowned for its remarkable powerful and enduring odour. Fortunately the stags do not have to make the sacrifice these days for us to be able to use a musk oil.
Labdanum oil it is considered to have a number of properties that offer some curative benefits like antimicrobial, astringent, antiseptic, expectorant and emmenagogue properties. It is also widely used in aromatherapy treatment to help boost up the mood and relieve anxiety, stress and depression. Labdanum oil can be diffused and used at home or inhaled directly to uplift the mood and control your anxiety. It can also be used to effectively deal with anger and mood swings. Labdanum essential oil may not be that widely used but there is plenty of anecdotal evidence that suggests it can help with a range of emotional issues and quiet the mind in your time of need. Labdanum essential oil can be diffused at home or inhaled directly whenever you feel the need to lift your mood or control your anxiety. According to many people, it is also used to effectively deal with anger and mood swings. Labdanum oil is used as an alternative of Musk Pod because musk pod is one of the most expensive animal products in the world. When compared to other oils Labdanum oil is not well known for its therapeutic benefits but it is widely used in aromatherapy. It is primarily used as an ingredient in the perfume industry.
Labdanum is a great scent for any sort of meditative work.
1ml Pure, 2ml Pure, 5ml 3% in Jojoba, 10ml 3% in Jojoba
Important Note: Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.