Cupressus sempevirens, also known as Cypress and by its Nepali name Dhupi, is a plant of the Cupressaceae family. The essential oil is steam distilled from the wood of this plant. Cypress oil has a woody, slightly spicy and refreshing masculine smell. The oil is colorless to very pale yellow in color and watery in viscosity.
Available Quantity: 150 gm to 100 K.G
I have been a long time consumer of Annapurna Aroma essential oils. I have purchased and loved the quality and integrity of the oils. I have personally used Lemongrass, French basil, Corn-mint and Blue Chamomile. On an energetic level the oils provide me with energy, clarity and peace of mind. The aroma of the oils immediately makes me think of purity. The oils have always been consistent and never appeared to smell off or oxidized. As a company, I love the transparency and the ability to communicate easily. Every question that I ever presented to the company was addressed in a timely manner. May this company continue to move in a positive direction and may their oils help those that are in need of emotional support and wellbeing.
“I’ve been working with Prasun Satyal for many years now originally buying their beautiful blue chamomile! I’ve purchased many other oils from them over the years because their company is trustworthy and they care about the quality of their oils.”
La société ANNAPURNA AROMA produit des huiles essentielles de très grande qualité, cultivées en haute montagne (3000 m) dans des lieux préservés des pollutions avec un engagement en agriculture biologique. Le suivi de commande est très sérieux. Nous sommes tout-à-fait satisfaits de cette société et sommes désireux de continuer à collaborer avec ces communautés villageoisesLes Gérants
The company ANNAPURNA AROMA produces essential oils of very high quality, cultivated in high mountains (3000 m) in places preserved from pollution with a commitment to organic farming. The follow-up of our orders is always very serious. We are very satisfied with this company and are eager to continue to collaborate with the village communities with whom they work.Directors