Indian Lotus Attar

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This traditional perfume oil is derived from the flowers of pink lotus. Pink Lotus is the national flower of India. It belongs to the Nelumbonaceae family. It is usually found on thick stems rising several centimeters above the water. Roots of the Lotus are planted in the mud of the pond while the leaves float on top of the water surface. The gorgeous and aromatic Lotus flower opens in the morning and petals fall in the afternoon.

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Botanical Name Nelumbo Nucifera
Origin It is native to India.
Method of Extraction & Part of Plant Used It is extracted by Hydro-Distillation process through the flowers of pink lotus.

It possesses earthy, delicate and floral aroma.

Blends Well With

It blends well with Sandalwood, amberi, agarwood and some other essential oils. 


Although it is non-toxic in nature but pregnant women should avoid using this traditional perfume oil without the guidance of an expert. 

Industries which are availing the benefit of this perfume oil are listed below. 

Aromatherapy: Its highly refreshing, enticing and enchanting whiff stimulates your mind and provides the soothing and calming mental state this is the main reason why this perfume oil is used extremely in aromatherapy treatments to cure mental tiredness, stressfulness, anxiousness and many other human mental ailments. 
Spiritual Awakening: Undoubtedly, this traditional perfume oil is ideal to incite spiritual feeling in you. That’s why it is broadly used in the sacred places by the pious people to offer prayer to their god and get their blessings. It provides the aura which can aid you to accomplish your divine goal.
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