Champaca Oil is derived from a subtropical tree, michelia champaca of the magnolia family. It has attractive and intensely fragrant yellow or orange flowers that produce the oil. The flower extract is used as a primary ingredient in world's most expensive perfumes and its seductive fragrance is extensively used in the perfumery industry for its complex dark and citrusy aroma to create very exotic scents. As an herbal remedy, the blossoms have been used to treat urinary tract infections, moisten dry, red eyes, emollient, febrifuge, and reduce anxiety. Champaca oil had been claimed to be effective in therapeutic massage for the treatment of chest pains, bronchitis while it boost the immune system.