Kewda Attar is extracted from the flower of “Pandanus odoratissimus” commonly called as screw-pine tree. This plant grows along the east coast of India. Obtained through the process of steam distillation, Kewra Attar contains 3-5% of Kewra oil, the remaining is Sandalwood oil. It possess sweet smell and hence widely used in the making of beauty products. Additionally, it is also used in aromatherapy treatment.
Common name: Kewra Attar
Blends with: Sandalwood base
Constituents: Kewda flower, pure Sandalwood essential oil and other essential oil
Uses: Due to its sweet and refreshing smell, Kewda Attar is used in perfumery industry for the making of perfumes and other scented products. In India, this is most popular and widely used perfume. In addition, the attar is extensively used in aromatherapy and meditation as it provide sense of soothing. This is non toxic product obtained from the fresh flowers of Kewda and Sandalwood essential oil.
|Botonical Name||Pandmns Odoratissimus|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Color & Odor||Nice rosy colour with sweet rosy fragrance|
|Specific Gravity||0.805 - 1.010 @ 27oC|
|Optical Rotation||(-10) - (+10)|
|Refractive Index||1.465 - 1.495 @ 27oC|
|Extraction Method||Steam Distillation|