Cypress leaf Oil

Botanical Name:  Cupressus torulosa

Common Name: Himalayan Cypress

Location: Found in India at many places of Himalayas.

Physiochemical Properties:

  • Colour: Pale yellow to golden yellow
  • Odour: Herbaceous, spicy, with a slightly woody.
  • Specific Gravity at 20°C: 0.9000 to 0.9200
  • Refractive Index at 20°C: 1.4500 to 1.4600
  • Optical Rotation:  -2 to 3

Main Constituents:

S.NO. Name Range
1. Sabinene 9.00-12.00
2. o-Cymene 0.50-1.50
3. D-Limonene 0.50-1.50
4. γ-Terpinene 0.50-2.00
5. α-Thujone 66.00-72.00
6. β-Thujone 3.50-6.00
7. Terpinen-4-ol 2.00-3.50



  • It is used in aromatherapy to make the most of its piney citrus scent.
  • It also has some impressive medical benefits and is often used for its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties.


  • It is used as relieve stress, improve concentration, relax strained muscles, and treat acne.


Please use under the guidance on the proper utilization of essential oils, considering your expertise in the field.


Odour Profile:

Herbaceous, spicy, with a slightly woody.

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