Home | Garden Plants | Herbs_and_Spices | Medical plants | Aromatic Plants | Tropical Coast Shores | Site Map | Links

32 Tropical Aromatic Plants
 
Aquilaria agallocha Pimento officinalis Hibiscus abelmoschus Backhousia anisata
Agarwood Allspice Ambrette Anise Myrtle
Withania somnifera Myroxylon balsamum Amyris balsamifera Ocimum basilicum
Ashwagandha
Ginseng India
Balsam of Tolu
Peru balsem
Balsam torchwood Basilicum
Selasih
Styrax benzoin Piper betle Piper nigrum Melaleuca cajeputi
Benzoin tree
Kemenyan
Betel leaf
Sirih
Black pepper
merica
Cajeput
Kayu putih
Michelia champaca Cinnamon zeylanicum Cymbopogon citratus Syzygium aromaticum
Champak
Champaka
Cinnamon
kayu manis
Citronella
Sere
Cloves
Cengkeh
Piper cubeba Murraya koenigii Artemisia pallens Citrus hystrix
Cubeb pepper
Kemuku
Curry tree
Salam koja
Davana Kaffir lime
Jeruk purut
Cinnamomum Culilawan Bursera delpechiana Cryptocarya massoia Azadirachta indica
Lawang
Kayu lawang
Linaloe Massoia
Masoi
Neem Tree
Mimba
Myristica fragrans Pogostemon patchouli Santalum album Curcuma longa
Nutmeg, Mace
Pale,
Patchouli Sandalwood
Cendana
Turmeric
Kunyit
Vanilla planifolia Vetiveria zizanoides Ilex paraguariensis Cananga odorata
Vanille
Vanila
Vetivert
akar wangi
Yerba maté Ylang Ylang
Kenanga
       
 

Definition of oils

Agarwood
All spice
Ambrette
Anise Myrtle
Ashwagandha
Balsam of Tolu
Balsam torchwood
Basilicum
Benzoin
Betel leaf
Blackpepper
Cajeput
Champak
Cinnamon
Citronella
Clove
Cubeb pepper
Curryleaf
Davana
Kaffir lime
Lawang
Linaloe
Massoia
Neem
Nutmeg
Patchouli
Sandelwood
Turmeric
Vanilla
Vetivert
Yerba maté
Ylang Ylang

Essential Oil
A non -oily and highly fragrant Essence which is extracted from a plant by distillation and fast evaporates.
Infused Oil
A vegetable Oil which has been infused with the fragrance of an aromatic plant by mixing the two together and heating. The resulting Oil is delicately fragrant, very greasy and does not evaporate.
Aromatic Oil
A term which can indicate either or both of the above. Sometimes incorrectly used to describe a perfume Oil.
Aromatic Chemical
Essential Oils consist of aromatic chemicals. Most essential oils have between 50 and 500 different chemical constituents.
Base (Carrier) Oils
Base, or Carrier Oils are vegetable, nut or seed Oils, which has to be used to dilute the Essential Oil (s). These Oils themselves have therapeutic Properties and presents a good source of Nutrients and Energy.
Incense
Combinations of resins, fragrant woods and gums in solid or powdered forms which are burned to create an aromatic smoke.
Massage Oil
Massage Oil is a mix of Essential and Carrier Oil, which should be used for external purpose. Sometimes, only Carrier Oil might be used for a massage, because of skin nourishing and therapeutic qualities. Infused Oils also should be used for a Massage.
Milk Bath
A fragrant foam, liquid or powered, containing a derivative (including Essential Oil (s)) which provides emollients and moisturizers for the Skin when added to the Bath.
Fragrance
An attractive scent, from the Latin Fragrare (to smell).
Fragrance Oil
A combination of Essential oils with added chemicals and fixed Oils.
Perfume
Perfumes consist of a man-made mixture of aromatic chemicals and essential Oils. Up until the nineteenth century all perfumes were composed of natural aromatic Oils. Modern perfumes are almost synthetic and may contain up to 300 different elements in its blend At the present time Natural pure perfumes you can find very rare and they contains no synthetic ingredients. Perfumes usually have an alcoholic base and up to 30% concentration of Fragrances.
A toilet water
a light version of scent with a 4 to 8 % concentration of Fragrances and synthetic Essential Oils in an alcohol and distilled water base.
Cologne
Cologne contains a lower percentage of fragrance than a perfume or toilet water (2 to 5%) in an alcohol and distilled water base and often used as an after-bath splash.
Perfume Oil
The fragrant ingredients of Perfume prepared on the non-greasy oil base.
Pheromone
Aromatic scent secreted by animals and insects, influencing behavior of their own or different species.

 
 

 mailto:info@tropicalplantbook.com