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Our Vetiver oil imparts a rich earthy aroma, conjuring a deep and soothing connection to the earth.

Botanical Properties

Botanical Name: Vetiveria zizaninoids

Botanical Family: Poaceae

Origin: Haiti

Part of Plant used: Root

Extraction Method: Steam distilled 

Cultivation Method: Naturally farmed

Aroma Characterization

Perfumery Note: Base note

Color: Dark to light amber/brown color, viscous

Aromatic Profile: Earthy, woody, rich, with sweet undertones

Blends well with: Benzoin, Black Pepper, Clary Sage, Clove, Ginger, Jasmine, Lavender, Rose, Sandalwood, and Ylang ylang

Traditions and Folklore


Also known as khus or khus khus, Vetiver is a scented grass with its aromatic oil originating not from its leaves, but from its deep extending roots. The Vetiver plant has proven itself useful in many sub-tropical regions of the world, where it has made an appearance into daily lives. For centuries, its long roots have been dried and woven into roofs or used as bristle at the end of brooms. It is planted along hillsides to prevent erosion or as a useful aid in keeping insects away.

The distilled oil itself is used for a variety of purposes within aromatherapy and is well known for its nourishing, grounding and sensual qualities. It is famed in the perfume industry as a fixative and is used in many popular fragrances.

It is known as the "Oil of Tranquility" in India, due to its calming, meditative nature. It is seen as a tonic to the nerves and beneficial to those with an unsettled heart.

Safety Precautions

Non- irritant. Non-sensitizing. Not for internal use. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use undiluted on the skin. Caution during pregnancy or nursing without consulting a physician.

Usage Disclaimer
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