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Vetiver Essential Oil

Origin:
Indonesia

Botanical Name:
Vetiveria Zizanioides

Plant Part:
Root

Extraction Method:
Steam distilled

Color:
Brown to reddish brown.

Consistency:
Thick and viscous

Note:
Base

Strength of Aroma:
Strong

Blends well with:
Cedarwood, Chamomile, Roman, Frankincense, Ginger, Jasmine, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Lemongrass, Patchouli, Rose, Sandalwood, Spikenard, Vanilla, and YlangYlang Complete.

Aromatic Scent:
Vetiver Essential Oil has an earthy, woody scent characteristic of most essential oils derived from roots in the earth. It also has a rich, sweetly satisfying note that is both warm and masculine.

Description: Vetiver Essential Oil is derived from the complex white root system of a grass used in India and Sri Lanka for the creation of woven matting.Chrysopogon zizanioides, commonly known as vetiver is a perennial grass of the Poaceae family, native to India. In western and northern India, it is popularly known as khus. Vetiver can grow up to 1.5 metres high and form clumps as wide. The stems are tall and the leaves are long, thin, and rather rigid; the flowers are brownish-purple. Unlike most grasses, which form horizontally spreading, mat-like root systems, vetiver's roots grow downward, 2–4 m in depth. Vetiver is most closely related to Sorghum but shares many morphological characteristics with other fragrant grasses, such as lemongrass (Cymbopogon Citratus), citronella (Cymbopogon Nardus, C. Winterianus), and palmarosa (Cymbopogon Martinii). Though it originates in India, vetiver is widely cultivated in the tropical regions of the world. The world's major producers include Haiti, India Java, and Réunion. The most commonly used commercial genotypes of vetiver are sterile (do not produce fertile seeds), and because vetiver propagates itself by small offsets instead of underground stolons, these genotypes are noninvasive and can easily be controlled by cultivation of the soil at the boundary of the hedge. However, care must be taken, because fertile genotypes of vetiver have become invasive. Vegetatively propagated, almost all vetiver grown worldwide for perfumery, agriculture, and bioengineering has been shown by DNA fingerprinting to be essentially the same nonfertile cultigen (called 'Sunshine' in the United States, after the town of Sunshine, Louisiana). 



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