Botanical Name: Cyperus scariosus Plant Part: Flowers Extraction Method: Steam Origin: Brazil Description: This grass is small and produces delicate, aromatic flowers. Colour: Dark Amber to Light Brown
Common Uses: Cypriol is often used in compounding perfumes, in the manufacturing of soaps, medicine and incense sticks. It is also used as an insect repellent.
Consistency: Viscous Note: Middle
Strength of Aroma: Cypriol has a spicy, earthy, wood - like scent. Blends well with: Bergamot; Clary Sage; Labdanum; Patchouli Aromatic Scent:Cypriol has a surprisingly vibrant scent that is very similar in tone to oils from the Cedarwood family. History: Cypriol has a long history, particularly in India where the oil was used to scent clothing and for use as medicine against digestive problems.
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