Linaloe Oil

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Product Details :

Botanical Name Bursera delpechiana
Common Names Indian Lavender
CAS 8006-86-8 ; 92874-96-9
EINEC 296-611-7
FEMA# 2634
Extraction Process Steam Distillation
Plant Part Used Berries
Country of Origin India
Physical Appearance Pale yellow to orange colored liquid
Odour Fresh, woody, citrus, floral odour
Note Classification Middle Note
Specific Gravity 0.880 - 0.895 @ 20°C
Refractive Index 1.445 - 1.460 @ 20°C
Optical Rotation -20° to -10°
Primary Constituents Linalyl Acetate, Linalool, Alpha-Terpineol

Linaloe oil is an essential oil which has an aromatic fragrance. The oil is ideally derived from Linaloe plant and wood of the same name through the process of extraction and distillation. Most essential usage of linaloe oil is in perfuming products to increase the smelling essence and let everyone feel attracted towards the same.

Here at Aromaticsherb, we are one of the leading manufacturer, producer, and exporter of linaloe oil in India. Since more than 50% of linaloe plant is grown in our country, we do have a monopoly of offering the highest quality of linaloe oil.

Linaloe oil is perfectly used by cosmetic industry to manufacture supreme variety of perfumes and room fresheners. The aromatic smell of linaloe oil surely lift up the whole mood of the atmosphere and make sure to grab widespread attention.

Major uses of linaloe oil

  • Used in making perfumes
  • Utilize orally to lift up the mood, fight off anxiety
  • Remove depression from the mind after smelling the top-quality linaloe essential oil
  • Add this oil to skincare lotion or cream to nourish the skin and improve the overall complexion
  • The anti-inflammatory properties of linaloe oil is helpful to heal the wound and injuries on the body
  • It helps to remove sinus infection
  • The oil is highly useful in improving the overall sleep pattern


Steam distillation is the technical process applied to recover the heat sensitive compounds from spices.
Spice oils are unstable and heat sensitive compounds are present in the spice.