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AMBER

Quick Overview

AmberAmber is not an essential oil per se, as it is an almost solid mass of tree resin, but when blended with a littlle sunflower oil, Frankincnese, agarwood, and a few other exotic oils really enhance the true Amber in the oil itself.

Botanical Name: Pinus succinifera

Amber oil is an extract of one or more tree resins, generally found in a solid or semi-solid form. There is no one tree that produces amber resin, so there is a great variety of products sold as 'Amber Oil' that vary greatly in aroma and quality. This amber is very earthy, without a hint of harshness that may sometimes accompany tree-oils.






AmberScent: Earthy, rich, woody tones. It is mildly sweet and velvety smooth.

About the Oil

The first and original amber was developed from ambergris, a waxy substance found floating on the ocean or washed up on the shore. It was refined into a oil with a strong, yet pleasant aroma. In ancient times no one knew the source of this mysterious substance, and so it became mythic and highly valued. Later, it was determined that ambergris (meaning gray amber) came from the sperm whale. It is believed that the sperm whale regurgitates the ambergris after eating squid or cuttlefish because the squid bones irritates the stomach lining of the whale. The ambergris is therefore produced as a counter-irritant.

Amber continues to be a highly sought-after fragrance, with its subtle, euphoric, warm and exotic aroma. Today, amber does not come from ambergris as it once did, and, contrary to popular belief, there is no true amber essential oil. Amber oil is an extract of one or more tree resins and generally found in a solid or semi-solid form. There is no one species of tree that produces amber resin, so there are a great variety of products sold as 'Amber Oil' that vary greatly in aroma and quality.

Aromatherapy Notes

Amber by itself is a semi solid mass of tree resins and gums with much of the base material coming from the Liquidamber orientalis tree. To get the finished product commonly referred to as 'Amber oil', it is prepared in a base of beeswax and is combined with other essential oils and carriers. Studies have shown that properly prepared Amber has psychological actions which alter brain waves, and thought to increase heart energy and enhance sensual pleasure.

Traditional Uses

The first and original amber was from ambergris, a waxy substance that was found floating on the ocean or washed up on the shore in ancient times. It can be refined into a oil with a strong, but pleasant aroma. In ancient times, no one knew the source of this mysterious substance, and yet it was highly valued.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Amber's grounding aroma is nice for meditation or yoga practice. Its woody, smooth aroma blends nicely with many other oils. The aroma is very pleasant and long lasting.

Safety

Non-toxic, a non-irritant and non-sensitizing.

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