Botanical Name: Artemisia Pallens
Major Constituents: Davanone, davana furan, davan ether, and linalool
Origin: Southern part of India
Plant Part: Leaves and flowers
Processing Method: Steam distilled
Color: Yellowish red liquid
Aroma: Balsamic persistent odor
Product Abstract: The Davana plant belongs to Asteraceae is a small herbaceous plant and xerophytic In nature. It’s native of southern part of India including Tamilnadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Davana Essential Oil mainly includes Davanone, davana furan, davan ether, and linalool however ethyl cinnamate, methyl cinnamate, 2-hydroxyisodavanone, sesquiterpene lactones, bicyclogermacrene, and germacranolides are also constituents.
Davana essential oil is mainly prepared by use of leaves and flowers of plant where steam distillation process is used. The oil formed is yellowish in colour. Davana is used in perfumes of sweet and fruity fragrances, and used in making bouquets, garlands, fresh or dry flower arrangements.
Blends With: Davana essential oil is well blended with amyris, bergamot, black pepper, mandarin, jasmine.
Effective in healing
It eases breathing
Relaxes contractions in muscles and blood vessels
Curing menstrual spasm
Caution: Dilute before use, for external use only. May cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes must be avoided. Keep out of reach of children.