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Cypriol Oil

Cypriol Oil / Nagar Motha Oil / Nagar Motha Oil

Cypriol Oil / Nagar Motha Oil / Nagar Motha Oil

Botanical Name: Cyperus Scariosus
Description & Extraction:
Cyperus scariosus is more commonly known as cypriol. This plant largely grows in Madhya Pradesh, India and is called nagarmotha. The smell of cypriol oil is woody and earthy. Nagarmotha / Cypriol Oilis a prized ingredient in perfumes that are made in India. Cyperus scariosus grows to about 2 1/2 feet, with a thin stem that is dark green in color. It is a flowering shrub, where the flowers measure 2 to 8 inches in length. The nodes are about 1/2 thick in diameter and is in an oval rhizome shape. The stem is aromatic and white in color on the inside. The rhizome is what generates the oil and contains alkaloids, sodium, minerals, along with calcium, sodium, and carbonates. It is distilled using steam distillation from the plants' roots. The cyperus scarious is considered a pest in many countries. The cypriol oil is dark brown in color and can change color to a transparent green. As it changes color, the scent also changes becoming woodier. It is blends with Bergamot, Clary Sage, Labdanum and Patchouli.

Chemical Components:
The main constituents are sesquiterpenes, sesquiterpene alcohols and sesquiterpene ketones.

Toxicological Properties:
As a negative side effect, it could cause bleeding so pregnant women should avoid this oil.

Uses & Precaution:

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ProductCypriol (Nagar Motha Oil)
Lot No.190101
Manufacturing DateJan. 2011
Best beforeJan. 2013
AppearanceMobile liquid
ColourDark Yellow to Brownish colour
OdourWarm, Woody slightly typical note of Vetiver and Oudh
Botanical SourceCypreus Rotandus
CAS No.91771-62-9

Physico-Chemical Properties:-
Specific Gravity0.968 To 0.969 (0.960 - 0.975)
Optical Rotation+ 40 (+32 To +45)
Cyprene Contain+30%
Main ConstituentsHigh boiling sesquiterpenes, sesquiterpene alcohols, Ketons and composition very similar to Vetiver Oil.

Nagarmotha / Cypriol Oil

Nagarmotha / Cypriol Oil

Cyperus scariosus is more commonly known as cypriol. This plant largely grows in Madhya Pradesh, India and is called nagarmotha. The smell of cypriol oil is woody and earthy. Nagarmotha / Cypriol Oils a prized ingredient in perfumes that are made in India. Cyperus scariosus grows to about 2 1/2 feet, with a thin stem that is dark green in color. It is a flowering shrub, where the flowers measure 2 to 8 inches in length. The nodes are about ½ thick in diameter and is in an oval rhizome shape. The stem is aromatic and white in color on the inside. The rhizome is what generates the oil and contains alkaloids, sodium, minerals, along with calcium, sodium, and carbonates. It is distilled using steam distillation from the plants’ roots. The cyperus scarious is considered a pest in many countries. The cypriol oil is dark brown in color and can change color to a transparent green. As it changes color, the scent also changes becoming woodier. It is blends with Bergamot, Clary Sage, Labdanum and Patchouli.

Product Details :
ColorDark Yellow to Brownish
Botanical NameCyperus Scariosus
OdourWarm, Woody slightly typical note of Vetiver and Oudh
Production MethodSteam Distillation
Specific Gravity0.968 to 0.969


Chemical Components:
The main constituents are sesquiterpenes, sesquiterpene alcohols, and sesquiterpene ketones.

Toxicological Properties:
As a negative side effect, it could cause bleeding so pregnant women should avoid this oil.

Uses & Precaution:

Shipping Options:
We have shipping our goods by Air as well as Sea and also shipping i.e. DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT, & EMS
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