Mogra is known for rich, seductive and aromatic fragrance. The plant bears small white flowers, which are processed through a steam distillation process for obtaining the hydrosol of Mogra. Its strong and rich aroma makes it useful and used mostly in perfumery and cosmetics industries. Sprays and perfumes give a strong floral aroma spreading the charm of Mogra in the environment and making the place a calm and lovely one.
Jasmine oil, champaka oil
The Mogra hydrosol is used generally in the perfumery industry, and incense sticks making. The oil is always used externally. It is mixed in bath oils and hair oils for creating the charm and effective effect on strained nerves and provides all skin tonic as moisturizer, beautiful aroma and rejuvenation. Ayurvedic medicines also use Mogra hydrosol for making lots of medicine as the purpose of refining kidney and skin treatments.
|Botonical Name||Jasminum sambac var. 'Belle of India'|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Color & Odor||White and refreshing odor|
|Solubility||Soluble in alcohol|
|Specific Gravity||0.935 â€“ 0.960 @ 20Â°C|
|Optical Rotation||21Â°C: -7Â°48|
|Refractive Index||1.474 â€“ 1.475 @ 20Â°C|
|Flash Point||250 Â°C|
|Extraction Method||hydro distillation|