Alambika Davana Organic Essential Oil

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Botanical name: Artemisia pallens

Quality: 100% natural essential oil from distillation

Cultivation: controlled organic cultivation

Suitability as: organic raw material

Fragrance note: heart

Plant part: leaves

Origin: India

Main chemotypes: (INCI) Davanone, Germacrene-D, Linalool, Terpinene-4-ol

use

Davana has a relaxing and stress-relieving effect. It activates our mind and our senses and has a harmonizing effect on our relationships, giving us protection, security and self-confidence. Davana helps us to find our balance and our "true selves" again, to awaken our creativity and to be inspired.

Harmonizing atmosphere: Put 1-2 drops in your diffuser

About the plant

Davana is a small herbaceous aromatic shrub that reaches 30-60 cm in height. The plant is native to India, particularly the southern states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu, where it was traditionally grown and harvested for religious, medicinal, decorative, and culinary purposes. This branching annual herb belongs to the genus Artemisia within the Asteraceae family. There are two different types of Davana: smaller and larger bushes that also bloom at different times. Like other Artemisia plants, Davana develops a foliage of bluish-green leaves and from these the highly valued essential oil is extracted. The increasing demand from the perfume and cosmetics industry since the 1970s has resulted in a growing need for growing this plant. Davana is an attractive and costly ingredient in high quality perfumes and cosmetics such as body creams, bath oils, body care products for men and eau de parfum. Davana has always played a special role in the religious customs of India. After the harvest, the precious flowers are offered to Lord Shiva, who is worshiped as the god of transformation and who destroys and renews the divine energy fields of cosmic life. The sacred plants are placed on his altar as devotional gifts at dawn and removed at dusk when they wither, to be dried for a week and used for further use. Davana is widely used in Ayurveda. Davana has always played a special role in the religious customs of India. After the harvest, the precious flowers are offered to Lord Shiva, who is worshiped as the god of transformation and who destroys and renews the divine energy fields of cosmic life. The sacred plants are placed on his altar as devotional gifts at dawn and removed at dusk when they wither, to be dried for a week and used for further use. Davana is widely used in Ayurveda. Davana has always played a special role in the religious customs of India. After the harvest, the precious flowers are offered to Lord Shiva, who is worshiped as the god of transformation and who destroys and renews the divine energy fields of cosmic life. The sacred plants are placed on his altar as devotional gifts at dawn and removed at dusk when they wither, to be dried for a week and used for further use. Davana is widely used in Ayurveda. The sacred plants are placed on his altar as devotional offerings at dawn and removed at dusk when they wither, to be dried for a week and used for further use. Davana is widely used in Ayurveda. The sacred plants are placed on his altar as devotional gifts at dawn and removed at dusk when they wither, to be dried for a week and used for further use. Davana is widely used in Ayurveda.


More information

Keep away from heat and sunlight. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.

Allergens: Linalool, Limonene

Item number: 1301

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