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Massoia Bark OilIndonesiaCryptocaria massoia

Massoia Bark Oil
Massoia bark is graded by its C10 lactone content and is available in grades of 50%, 65%, 90% and 95%. Produced from the bark of the massoia tree, the lactone is used as food flavouring and as an additive in the dairy industry. The tree is native to Indonesia, gown at altitudes between 400m-1000m above sea-level. The oil is produced by steam distillation after the chopping then pre-grinding ...

Vetiver OilIndonesiaVetiveria zizanioides

Vetiver Oil
Vetiver oil is obtained by steam distillation of dried roots of vetiver (Vetiveria zizanioides). Vetiver can grow up to 1.5 metres high and wide. The stems are tall and the leaves are long, thin, and rather rigid; the flowers are brownish-purple. Somewhat uniquely, vetiver has deep and well-matted roots which can grow anything up 4 metres in depth. Originating in India, vetiver is widely ...

Cananga OilIndonesiaCananga odorata

Cananga Oil
Cananga oil is derived from the flowers of the cananga tree, which is native to parts of Asia, including Indonesia. It’s a member of the Custard Apple family, Annonaceae. Generally, most of the members of this plant family grow up to an average height of 12 metres. The flower is drooping, long-stalked, with six narrow, greenish-yellow petals and yields the highly fragrant essential ...

Cajeput OilIndonesiaMelaleuca cajuputi

Cajeput Oil
Indonesia is one of the largest producers of cajeput oil and is also the largest consumers. Produced by steam distillation from the leaves of the Myrtaceous tree, it also goes by the botanical name Melaleuca leucadendra. It can be found close to shorelines on the island of Pulau Buru in Maluku and in some parts of Central Java. Primarily used in massage oils, it is also used for its remedial ...