Khus (Vetiver) Water
Quantity: 100 ml
Vetiver is derived from the complex white root system of a grass used in India and Sri Lanka for the creation of woven matting.
Related to the family of fragrant grasses that also gives us Citronella and Palmarosa, Vetivert surprises with the depth and darkness of its scent, which some people love, but others find offensive. Vetivert is interesting in that its aroma and action can vary widely depending on its concentration and the oils it is blended with. Indian poets liken its scent to the smell of the first monsoon rains that rejuvenate the earth. It certainly smells earthy and acts grounding on those who walk with their heads in the clouds. In its native India the oil is used to perfume incense sticks used in Pujas. It aids concentration and heightens awareness. In Ayurveda it is mostly used for skin care preparations. In the West it is not employed in herbal medicine, but is widely used as a fixative in perfumery.
Aroma: Sweet and very heavy woody-earth, reminiscent of roots and wet soil, rich undertone of "precious wood" note
Khus Oil, Benzoic Acid, Furfurol, Vetivene, Terpinen-4-ol, 5-epiprezizane, Khusimeme, A-murolene, Khusimone, Calacorene, Beta-Humulene, a-longipinine.
Vetivert is an excellent grounding oil that protects those who do a lot of channelling and psychic work from loosing touch with reality and the more earthy aspects of life. Vetivert can be used to meditate on the laws of manifestation and prosperity. It can be used for meditation to increase awareness and aid concentration.
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|Short Description||Vetiver is derived from the complex white root system of a grass used in India and Sri Lanka for the creation of woven matting.
Quantity: 100 ml