Hina ambari attar is made from more than 75 rare herbs found in india. It is extracted using the hydro distillation method. This is the speciality of India. The color of the attar is brownish and it has a sweet fragrance. Hina is a rich deep and intensely oriental fragrance and very prized in south asia and the middle east. Incidently it is relatively little known in the west.
Hina is basically a red paste produced from the leaves of lawsonia inermis, which is popularly called hina or henna in the India. Hina is also used as decorating colour on hands and feet of women in india, especially during marriage functions. Hina ambari attar blends well with true sandalwood oil.