Ambrette Seed Essential Oil

Ambrette Seed Essential Oil

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Ambrette Seed Essential Oil 5ml
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Quick Overview

From Synergy Essentials, 100% pure premium therapeutic grade Ambrette Seed essential oil, or Musk Seed essential oil. This incredible distillation is an excellent choice for a unique touch to your natural perfumery blends.

Botanical Name: Abelmoschus moschatus

About the Oil

The rare Ambrette essential oil is distilled from the seeds of a tropical Hibiscus plant. It is considered a 'vegan' source of musk, which is otherwise animal-sourced in perfumery. The plant (this one from India) grows 5-sided seed pods after flowering. These pods are the source of the musk-scented seeds from which the essential oil is distilled. We've searched high and low for a high-quality Ambrette, and are sure you'll enjoy this choice.

Aromatic Notes

Ambrette seed essential oil is thought by aromatherapists and perfumers to have an exceptionally-unique natural molecular profile - really, no other oil is like it. The musk notes, and almost nutty-sweetness are enhanced by fruity undertones. The best of these oils are aged to present the smooth aromatic profile.

Ambrette can blends well with amyris, bergamot, carrot seed, Atlantic and Himalayan cedarwoods, cistus, all the frankincense oils, galbanum, juniper berry, lavender, mandarin, sweet orange, patchouli, peppermint and spruce.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Appetite stimulant, carminative (prevents the formation of gas in the gastrointestinal system), digestive, stimulant, aphrodisiac, opthalmic, cardio tonic, stomachic, diuretic, antispasmodic, deodorant.

In addition to its use as a natural perfume ingredient, Ambrette Seed essential oil is thought to be a stimulant for the adrenal glands. A formula of this, 1% in a carrier oil, may be massaged into the adrenal area in the morning. As a complement, Black Spruce and Pine essential oils may be added, both at 5% - small amounts of Peppermint or Cedarwood can be expermented with as well - though note that these are considered stimulating as well - where as the Spruce and Pine are considered rejuvinative.

Aromatically, the oil may support relief from stress related conditions such as anxiety and nervousness.

Finally, the oil is considered to have aphrodesiac qualities, as this is in fact what 'musk' is added to perfumery formulas for in the first place!

Application and Use

Because of its cost, Ambrette seed is most often solely included in natural perfumery formulas in small amounts to add a unique note to the formula. Of course, getting creative never hurts! A few drops in a bath, or as a foot massage may do wonders, particularly if you feel drawn to the aroma.


The oil is considered safe, without any notes of hazard or use.

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