Ambrette Seed Oil

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Ambrette Seed Oil

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Ambrette Seed Oil

Ambrette seed (Abelmoschus moschatus) is native to tropical regions of Africa and Asia, including countries like India, Ethiopia, and Sudan. It is a member of the Malvaceae family and is also known as musk mallow. The seeds are harvested for their oil, which has a musky aroma and is used in perfumes, soaps, and other fragrances.

Ambrette seed oil is used by aromatherapists to calm and boost moods, and is also said to be an aphrodisiac. The oil is distilled from the dried seeds of Abelmoschus moschatus (also known as Hibiscus mochatus, musk mallow and musk seed), a perennial shrub that's native to tropical Asia and widely cultivated in other tropical countries. It produces bright yellow, hibiscus-like flowers with purple centres, followed by hairy seed pods containing several kidney bean-shaped seeds. The seed pods are dried before distillation.

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INCI Name:

hibiscus abelmoschus l. seed oil

CAS Number:

8015-62-1

CoE Number:

228

Physical Properties:

Appearance:

pale yellow clear liquid (est)

Food Chemicals Codex Listed:

Yes

Specific Gravity:

0.89800 to 0.92000 @ 25.00 °C.

Pounds per Gallon - (est).:

7.472 to 7.655

Refractive Index:

1.46800 to 1.48500 @ 20.00 °C.

Flash Point:

110.00 °F. TCC ( 43.33 °C. )

Shelf Life:

12.00 month(s) or longer if stored properly.

Storage:

store in cool, dry place in tightly sealed containers, protected from heat and light.

Organoleptic Properties:

Odor Type: amber

Odor Strength:high , recommend smelling in a 10.00 % solution or less

Substantivity:332 hour(s) at 100.00 %

Odor Description:at 10.00 % in dipropylene glycol. fresh musk amber powdery weedy dried fruit woody

 

Ambrette Seed Oil Uses

Ambrette seed oil is an essential oil derived from the seeds of the Abelmoschus moschatus plant, also known as the musk mallow. The oil is extracted by steam distillation and has a unique, musky aroma. It is used in perfumery and as a flavor ingredient in various culinary dishes, liqueurs, and confectionery. It is also used in traditional medicine and is believed to have medicinal properties such as being a mild expectorant and carminative.

Some common uses of ambrette seed oil include:

  • Perfumery: Ambrette seed oil is used in perfumery for its musky aroma. It is often used as a base note in perfumes and colognes, and can be used to add depth and complexity to floral and citrus scents.

  • Aromatherapy: Ambrette seed oil is used in aromatherapy for its grounding and relaxing properties. It is believed to help with stress and anxiety, and to promote feelings of calm and tranquility.

  • Cooking: Ambrette seed oil is used as a flavoring agent in some culinary dishes, particularly in confectionery, such as candy and chocolate, to give them a unique musky flavor.

  • Traditional medicine: Ambrette seed oil is used in traditional medicine for its medicinal properties, such as being a mild expectorant, carminative and aphrodisiac. It is also believed to help with digestive issues and to be effective against some types of bacteria.

  • Industrial uses: Ambrette seed oil is also used in some industrial applications, such as in the production of soaps, candles, and other personal care products.

Note that as with any essential oil, ambrette seed oil should be used with caution and not be used during pregnancy. Consult with a qualified healthcare professional before use.

Ambrette Seed Oil for Perfumery

Ambrette seed oil is commonly used in perfumery for its unique musky aroma. It is often used as a base note in perfumes and colognes, and can be used to add depth and complexity to floral and citrus scents.

In perfumery, ambrette seed oil is used to enhance and round out the top, middle, and base notes of a fragrance. It is often used to add a warm and musky undertone to floral scents like rose, jasmine, and lavender. It can also be used to balance out fresh and citrusy scents like lemon, orange, and bergamot.

Ambrette seed oil is considered a versatile ingredient in perfumery, as it can be used in both masculine and feminine fragrances, it can also be used in combination with other musk oils, such as musk xylene, to create a more complex and sophisticated scent.

It's important to note that ambrette seed oil is highly potent, so it should be used in very small amounts, typically less than 2% of the total fragrance composition. It should also be used with caution, as it can cause skin irritation in some individuals. When used in perfumery, it is typically used in a dilute form, and should not be applied directly to the skin.

It is also important to check the laws of the country where the perfume is being produced and consumed, as some countries have restrictions on the use of ambrette seed oil in perfumes.

Ambrette Seed Oil for Skin Care

Ambrette seed oil is not commonly used in skin care as it is considered to be very potent, and can cause skin irritation in some individuals. However, it has been traditionally used in some cases to help with skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

When used in skin care, ambrette seed oil should be diluted with a carrier oil, such as coconut oil, before being applied to the skin. It should not be used in large amounts, and a patch test should be done before using it on larger areas of skin.

It is important to note that ambrette seed oil is not recommended for use on sensitive skin, or for use on broken or irritated skin. It should be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It's always best to consult with a qualified healthcare professional before using ambrette seed oil on your skin.

In general, ambrette seed oil is not commonly used in skin care, and other essential oils with similar properties may be a better option, such as lavender, chamomile or geranium.

It is also important to check the laws of the country where the skin care product is being produced and consumed, as some countries have restrictions on the use of ambrette seed oil in personal care products.

Ambrette Seed Oil as fixative in Perfumery

In perfumery, a fixative is a substance that helps to prolong the longevity and enhance the stability of a fragrance. Ambrette seed oil is considered to be a fixative in perfumery because of its ability to help anchor other scents and extend their duration.

Ambrette seed oil's musky and animalic undertones can help to prolong the life of other scents, particularly floral and citrus scents, by slowing down their evaporation and creating a more lasting fragrance. Additionally, its chemical compounds can help to bind the other ingredients in the fragrance, making it more stable and less likely to separate.

When used as a fixative in perfumery, ambrette seed oil is typically used in small amounts, usually less than 2% of the total fragrance composition, and it is often added at the base of the fragrance to help fix the top and middle notes.

It is important to note that ambrette seed oil is highly potent, so it should be used in very small amounts, and with caution, as it can cause skin irritation in some individuals. It is best to consult with a perfumer or professional in the field before using ambrette seed oil as a fixative in perfumery to ensure that it is used in the correct proportions and does not negatively impact the scent or safety of the final product.

It is also important to check the laws of the country where the perfume is being produced and consumed, as some countries have restrictions on the use of ambrette seed oil in perfumes.

Ambrette seed oil has been used as a flavor ingredient in some cigarette brands, due to its musky aroma. However, the use of natural ingredients, including ambrette seed oil, in cigarettes has become increasingly regulated in many countries due to health concerns associated with smoking. In recent years, cigarette manufacturers have been using synthetic ingredients to mimic the flavor of natural ingredients like ambrette seed oil.

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