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Champa Attar

Champa Attar
Product Code: Meena/Paraffin Attar/011
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The Champa Attar is extracted from the very beautiful flower also known as Champaca (Michelia champaca), of Indian Origin. Being high in therapeutic effects, the Champa Attar, is useful in treating gonorrhea, Renal Diseases, Diseases of Head, Headache, Sub-acute rheumatism, Vertigo, Gout, etc.

Champa oil acts as a very powerful aphrodisiac, very appealing to romantic feelings. champa absolute is a rare material, commonly co-distilled with sandalwood as an attar, and available as a medicated oil. Steam-distilled essential oil is rare, costly, and unfortunately does not well represent the flower`s smell. All forms of production are known for the sweet floral smell. Commonly grown in India, champa is frequently adulterated with, and many poor imitations are offered on the market. It is also useful for irritated skin. Champa can be used for diffuser and as massage oil effectively.

In massage therapy, it is used to support healthy joints and muscles and have a reputation as an effective aphrodisiac. It

would be an ideal choice to make gels for body wraps or massage oil blends. It is claimed to be an aphrodisiac and it warms,

calms, reduces stress, aids breathing and can induce euphoria. A good choice for pre sports lotions and gels. In facial products it releases the sternocleidomastoid muscles so is good to help teeth grinder people. An excellent skin moisturiser and rejuvenator, it is an excellent active ingredient for products treating mature skin types. It is especially effective when added to jojoba oil and used for the neck and upper chest areas.

Plant pacifies vitiated tridosha, Detoxify poison, worm infestation, increase digestive power, diuretic and cures fever. Flowers reduce burning sensation, cures skin disease and ulcer. Dictation of the bark acts as remedy for amenorrhea.


  • Decoction of bark used for fevers.
  • Powdered bark also used for fevers.
  • For rheumatisim, crushed leaves are mixed with oil and applied on affected joints.
  • An infusion or decoction of the flowers used for dyspepsia, nausea and fevers.
  • The flowers macerated in sweet oil used for cephalalgia and ophthalmia and fetid nasal discharges; vertigo, rheumatism and gout.
  • Seeds are used for rheumatism and for healing cracks in the soles of the feet.
  • Flowers, seeds and bark reported to be abortifacient. In India, flower buds used for diabetes and kidney diseases.



  • Flowers used for scenting rooms; also, as floral decorations strewn on briday beds.
  • Flowers yield an essential oil used in perfume.
  • Yields a fine timber for construction, toy making, carving.


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