Description: Ajwain is very commonly used in Indian households on a daily basis. The Ajwain Essential Oil is extracted from the Ajwain shrub’s fruits. It has a nearly colourless appearance but can occasionally appear brown. Although it is used in cooking mostly, Ajwain Essential Oil has a lot of benefits the skin and hair. It helps prevent greyness of the hair, dandruff and hair fall issues. It also helps with Itchy scalp and increases the hair’s quality. When talking about the skin’s aspect, it prevents blemishes, rashes and removes scar as well (even the stubborn pimple ones!). It overall cleanses your face by preventing the bacterial growth.

Ajwain Essential Oil is considered a trusted remedy for diarrhea due to its promising digestive aid properties. As an aromatherapy oil, ajwain essential oil is extremely beneficial. It may provide a relaxing and calming massage that may relieve neuralgia or intense, intermittent pain along the nerve of the face or head. It’s also beneficial when used in diffusers, massage oils, and calming incense.

Botanical Name: Trachyspermum Ammi

Plant Part: Seeds

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Odor and Appearance: Pale yellow to brownish liquid with its potent, sharp, pungent, medicinal-spicy aroma

Country of origin: India

Main Constituents:  thymol, p-cymene, γ-terpinene, and α-pinene

Common Uses: In culinary applications, especially in Indian cuisine, people commonly use ajwain for its distinct flavor and digestive properties. Additionally, it finds utilization in traditional medicine due to its carminative and antiseptic qualities, offering relief for digestive issues and respiratory conditions.

Note: Middle note.

Blends well with: Ajwain essential oil blends well with other spicy and herbal oils such as cumin, fennel, coriander, and thyme. It also harmonizes with citrus oils like lemon and orange, as well as woody oils such as cedarwood and sandalwood. These combinations create aromatic blends with a warm, spicy, and fresh character, suitable for various fragrance applications.

Contraindications: It is advised to avoid using Ajwain essential oil during pregnancy as well as while breastfeeding, as its safety has not been established for these conditions. Allergic reactions may occur in some individuals, so a patch test is advisable before topical application. Individuals with sensitive skin should dilute the oil properly to avoid skin irritation. Professional guidance is necessary when using the oil with children and infants. Individuals with medical conditions, such as liver or kidney disorders, should consult a healthcare professional to avoid potential interactions with medications or worsening of existing conditions. It is important to seek guidance from a qualified healthcare practitioner or aromatherapist before using ajwain essential oil, or any essential oil for that matter.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*

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