A sweet and strong herbal scent with smoky and earthy undertones, grounding, calming and stabilising, beautiful when blended with floral oils
Vetivert is a wild grass and the best Vetivert is grown in Java, where it thrives naturally. The oil comes from the root... the older the root being, the higher the quality of the oil.
A sweet and strongly herbal fragrance with smoky and earthy undertones which is easily recognisable
Although most essential oils blend well together, vetiver oil blends particularly well with benzoin, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender and ylang-ylang.
Benzoic (Acid), Vetiverol (Alcohol), Furfurol (Aldehyde), Vetivone (Ketone), Vetivene (Sesquiterpene).
As with all essential oils, at Naturallythinking we recommend not using essential oils during pregnancy.
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I am always wary of buying Vetivert because the scent changes so much, but this Vetivert reminds me of how much I like Vetivert when it is how it should be.
These kinds of viscous oils (thicker) need a more appropriate dropper. You can't just put a standard hole dropper to all your oils. Because of that the oil is wasted as it doesn't come out of the dropper and you would need to take off the cap, this was the solution I was offered.... not good enough. Thus the lower rating.