Country of Origin
Color & Odor
Warm, Woody slightly typical note of Vetiver and Oudh. Dark Yellow to Brownish colour.
Methods of Extraction
The smell of cypriol oil is woody and earthy.Cyperusscariosus grows to about 2 1/2 feet, with a thin stem that is dark green in color.The rhizome is what generates the oil and contains alkaloids, sodium, minerals, along with calcium, sodium, and carbonates. It is distilled using steam distillation from the plants’ roots. This weed is largely found only in India.
Cypriol oil has decongestative abilities.
It is used to cure diarrhea and problematic digestive problems. It is also very helpful in mucus, scanty periods and scabies.
This essential oil is an effective oil to kill intestinal worms. It can work as a general tonic and nerve binder; promotes uterine contractions and can bind stools if you have an upset tummy.
Cypriol oil works well against anorexia, intestinal bleeding and non-specific colitis too. This oil is used in other illnesses like skin diseases, fever, rheumatoid arthritis , gout and other uric acid related illnesses, general debility, painful menstruation, kidney stones and fibromyalgia.
This plant can be used in paste form on skin related ailments. It can help relieve itching. It can also improve eyesight and be used in eye related ailments. Cypriol oil is used in perfumes and in incense sticks. In powder form, cypriol is used in epilepsy and psychosis along with maintaining a normal body temperature.
Blends well with
Although it is regarded to be a safe oil, it is best avoided during pregnancy.