Botanical Name :Polianthes tuberosa
Common Name : Polianthes tuberosa l. flower oil, tuberose essential oil
CAS # : 8024-05-3, F.E.M.A. : 3084
Plant Parts Used : Flowers
Extraction Method : Solvent Extraction
Color & Odor : An amber colored liquid with slightly spicy, heavy, sweet fragrance.
Tuberose Oil is obtained from perennial plant that has long stems & white, very odorous flowers.
Constituents & Specifications :
Methyl benzoate, menthyl anthranilate, benzyl alcohol, butyric acid eugenol, nerol, farnesol and geraniol.
Specific Gravity : 0.9200 - 0.9800 @ 25 °C
Refractive Index : 1.4800 - 1.5200 @ 20 °C
Perfume, aphrodisiac, deodorant, relaxing, sedative, warming, antiseptic
Benefits & Uses :
Tuberose oil Known by its romantic and sensual names “Night Queen” and “Mistress of the Night”
Tuberose essential oil behaves as an aphrodisiac and its very strong, intense and intoxicating floral fragrance fills the air and creates an atmosphere of love.
It also relaxes the mind and relieves tension and has a warming effect on the organs as it increases circulation of blood which in turn helps cure erectile dysfunctions, impotency etc.
Tuberose Essential Oil is world famous for its use in perfumes and the rich, intense and long lasting floral fragrance is an ideal choice for a deodorant and that is why it is so popular in the countries with hot and humid climate, as they have to deal with sweat and resultant body odor.
This essential oil is good in sedating inflammations,particularly pertaining to nervous system and the respiratory system. But to have this sedating effect, it should be used in good dilution.