Bengal Tuberose is an exquisite, highly fragrant floral oil that is most often used for perfumery and natural fragrancing work. It blends beautifully with other floral absolutes and essential oils, and it also blends well with essential oils within the wood, citrus, spice, resinous and earthy essential oils.
Emotionally, it is said that Tuberose Absolute is an aphrodisiacs and may help with impotence or frigidity. Its aroma is sensual and can be a beautiful addition to blends intended for relaxation, sensuality and/or romance.
Tuberose is not well known in herbal medicines but is widely used for manufacturing perfumes because of the mesmerizing fragrance the flower provides, when it blooms at night. Tuberose is also called as Mistress of the Night, Night Queen and Raat ki Raani.
It is found in India and Central America. It is highly demanded in Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa for the production of perfumes. It was originated in South America.
Tuberose plant is inherent to Mexico and could be found in China, France, Morocco and Hawaii. It is referred as bone flower by Aztec healers due to its luminous and waxy white flowers. It was used for Ayurvedic purposes. It was used to raise emotional stamina.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF TUBEROSE ESSENTIAL OIL
Tuberose essential oil is honored with defensive, aphrodisiac, relaxant, sedative, anti-spasmodic, anti-nausea and antidepressant properties. Its use provides massive health benefits.
Tuberose essential oil behaves as an aphrodisiac and its very strong, intense and intoxicating floral fragrance fills the air and creates an atmosphere of love.
It also relaxes the mind and relieves tension and has a warming effect on the organs as it increases circulation of blood which in turn helps cure erectile dysfunctions, impotency etc.
Tuberose Essential Oil is world famous for its use in perfumes and the rich, intense and long lasting floral fragrance is an ideal choice for a deodorant and that is why it is so popular in the countries with hot and humid climate, as they have to deal with sweat and resultant body odor.
This essential oil is good in sedating inflammations, particularly pertaining to nervous system and the respiratory system. But to have this sedating effect, it should be used in good dilution.
Do not take Bengal Tuberose internally and do not apply undiluted. f you are pregnant, epileptic, have liver damage, have cancer, or have any other medical problem, use oils only under the proper guidance of a qualified aromatherapy practitioner.