Musk - Product Info
Our oil is not made from the deer but from the musk seed. Musk may be used for treatment of anxiety, depression, nervousness and stress related conditions.
How to use?
Apply 1 to 2 drops only on your solar plexus chakra (it is located at the hollow area between the ribs) or use it as your natural perfume or burn it.
How does it work?
The Musk Deer -- Moschus Moschiferus, native to India & The Dwarf Musk Deer- Moschus Berezovskii native to China were hunted to near extinction to extract its unique navel fragrance gland. Our oil is not made from the deer but from the musk seed.
Musk Dana is a close relative to Okra (Bamya, Bhindi Ladies Finger etc.), a popular horticultural crop. In India, the area under Musk Seed is increasing rapidly with seed exports to France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Spain for its use as an aromatic oil.
In the National and International market, the oil is known as Ambrette oil.
Musk was formerly regarded as a powerful stimulant to the medulla, and good results have been obtained from its use in cases of collapse.
As per Auyurveda, the seeds are cooling, carminative, aphrodisiac, tonic and useful in intestinal complaints, stomatitis and diseases of the heart. According to Unani system of Medicine, the seeds are tonic and stomachic and useful in burning thirst, leucoderma, itch, gonorrhoea, urinary discharge, dyspepsia etc.
Its roots and leaves are used for the treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. (Agharkar 1991). Even use against venomous reptiles has been reported (Lindley 1985).
The oil is : Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Carminative, Aphrodisiac, Deodorant.
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