Botanical Name Plumeria.
Origin Venezuela, Mexico and parts of Central America.
General Name Frangipani Attar
The highly fascinating Frangipani attar carries citrus like smell that is very similar with the unusual scent of Pomelo blossoms. The amazing source of perfume oil comes from the regions of Mexico, Venezuela and Central America. This perfume oil is extracted from the fresh flowers of frangipani with the help of hydro-distillation extraction procedure. It is widely renowned across the world due to its highly beneficial intense medicinal properties. The oil of Frangipani has great usage in massage and aroma therapy based applications.
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Method of Extraction and part of Plant Used It is extracted from the fresh flowers of frangipani through hydro-distillation method.
Properties Yellow color liquid.
Sandalwood essential oil.
Aroma Delicate, loving and citrusy.
Integrant Citronellic acid, borneol, citronellol, geraniol, nerol, citral, citronellal, camphene, dipentene and limonene.
Precautions Women during their pregnancy phase should seek proper medical advice from an expert before using this oil.
Soluble in water
0.98880 to 0.99840
1.962 to 1.976 at 20 deg C
1.50220 to 1.51170
Frangipani attar has soothing, calming and relaxing effects on both mind and body thus helpful in alleviating acute stress, depression, annoyance mental exhaustion, anxiety and nervous problems. A gentle massage with this miraculous oil helps people suffering from the pain due to arthritis and rheumatism. It is extensively used in the preparation of medicines in order to cure several ailments. Its highly rejuvenating and tempting aroma makes it prime ingredient in the formulation of air fresheners, high class perfumery, deodorants, exotic scents and many other scented products.
The scintillating Frangipani Attar originally comes from the Venezuela, Mexico & Central America and possesses the cologne of citrus that resembles faintly with the unusual odd scent of pomelo blossoms. It is derived through the process of hydro-distillation extraction from the fresh flowers of frangipani (botanically known as Plumeria). Frangipani, also known as Plumera belongs to the Apocynacea or Dogbane family. Its delicate flowers possess enchanting fragrance that can be described as the mother of all perfumes. The perfume oil of Frangipani is highly demanded in the market due to its amazing usage in the aromatherapy applications.
Helped me in relieving depression★★★★★
Finally, gone are the days when I was going through that traumatic depression problem. All the credit goes to Frangipani Attar. I used it on the suggestion of my aromatherapist and wore it during my aromatherapy treatment. Using this attar in such a way proved to be highly beneficial for me as now I have got rid of the problem. By: John