The sweet, rich and balsamic like aroma of vanilla absolute have made it one of the preferred aromas of the cosmetic industry since its advent. Vanilla absolute is traditionally used as a flavoring ingredient in foods and tobacco as well as perfumery. Vanilla generates a sense of well-being and a feeling of relaxation. Its aroma is euphoric and comforting.
Every vanilla flower is pollinated by hand and each blossom produces a single bean that is normally harvested after 8 or 9 months. Vanilla beans (from the pods) are then dried. Vanilla absolute is obtained from the pods by a complex process and its a highly valued ingredient in perfumery.
The vanilla beans originate from Madagascar. Vanilla absolute is obtained by solvent (glycerine) extraction of the fresh dried pod of Vanilla planifolia.
Countries where it's found
Madagascar and Mexico are the largest producers of Vanilla Beans Oil. Vanilla plants are also widely grown in India, Egypt and Bourbon.
The harvesting of the vanilla beans are carried out when the plant is completely dry.
History of the Plant
Vanilla plant is usually referred to as a New World plant as its first mentions of cultivation are found in Mayan relics which date back to 14th century AD. The Totonac people belonging to the Mazatlan Valley on the gulf Coast of Mexico are believed to be the first to produce vanilla. Around the mid-19th century, Mexico was the chief producer of vanilla and now it is grown in most parts of the world.
This Vanilla oil is a Natural identical vanilla oil, made from identical flavors from Vanilla beans and Natural Vanillin, Commonly used in Bakery products, Milk products , its soluble in oil as well as in water.
Commonly known Benefits
Vanilla oil also has a soothing effect on our nerves and a calming effect on our brain as it provides immediate relief from anger, anxiety, sleeplessness, etc.