Curry Leaf Essential Oil - Steam Distilled

₹590.00 X

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Product Description

Curry leaf, an ever green plant with bitter taste is native to India & Sri Lanka. It is used in food not only as flavouring agent but also for health benefits. Steam distilled essential oil of curry leaf is extracted from its leaves and is very useful to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy.

  • Treats indigestion as it maintains Pitta levels in the body.
  • Prevents hair greying
  • Improves eyesight
  • Protects liver
  • Improves skin texture.

Since we steam distil essential oils inhouse so we do have each of herbs ark/hydrosol/steam distilled water also available. Hydrosols can also be consumed and applied for desired results.


Application

Always dilute essential oils and use. Always use essential oils under guidance. For this you can always consult us through email. Send your concerns and queries on essential oil on support@snaana.com


Precaution

A drop of essential oil is extracted from more than 100 curry leave, therefore these are very powerful and concentrated oil and hence should always be used under proper guidance. Doses of essential oils vary for prevention and cure and also depend on the age, body constitution and health of individual. For any further information that you may need, please contact us.


Warning

Always buy essential oil that can be used internally, topically and aromatically. Essential oils available in the market labelled ONLY FOR COSMETIC USE are synthetic, not natural therefore cannot be consumed. Hence only provide similar aroma and carry no therapeutic property.

Faq's

What are the health benefits of Curry Essential oil?

Curry leaf is a very good source of immunity-boosting nutrients. Hence it benefits gray hair, weak eye sights, indigestion, and dull aging skin. It is rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and alkaloids.

How is Curry leaf Essential oil extracted from leaves at Snaana?

Curry leaf essential oil is made through steam distillation where curry leaf is put in a tank or pot and steam is released at the bottom of the tank which passes through the leaves and rises up. The steam then passes through the leaves carry its water-soluble nutrients with it and on rising up it comes in contact with the condenser that turns the steam into droplets of water. The droplets are collected in a beaker and the oil being lighter in weight floats on the water. The oil collected is a pure nutrient-rich hence highly therapeutic curry leaf essential oil.

What quantity of Curry leaf Essential oil should be used in single-dose?

Usually, for consumption a drop diluted in edible carrier oil is sufficient a day. Always use essential oils under guidance as these are highly concentrated.

What precautions should be taken while using Curry leaf Essential oil?

Do not use undiluted essential oils. Excess of using these is bad as the essential oil is highly concentrated and may result in side effects. Always start with just a drop of essential oil diluted in edible oil.

Reviews

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Ridhi Shah - 19/06/2019

Absolutely pure and effective

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Apoorva Gupta - 21/05/2019

It 's awesome feeling to have curry leaf essential oil. I feel so good whether it's my graying hair,weak eyes or digestion.thanks

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Arnav - 07/05/2019

There was problem in my liver functioning. i have gone through some ayurvedic products. but not effective because its impurity. then i bought snaana herbal curry leaf essential oil . and its result was very good.thanks

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Sarayu - 01/02/2019

Good one..smells like concetrated herbs. its working for my hair

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Kunal Jaiswal - 09/01/2019

I am using curry leaf for 5-6 months diluted in coconut oil, I find it working plus the consultation on diet and care also helped me. thanks

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