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Uses of Michelia champaca oil

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  As an herbal remedy the blossoms have been used to treat urinary tract infections, moisten dry, red eyes, emollient, febrifuge, and antianxiety. Michelia champaca oil may be used as an aphrodisiac, for sacred ceremonies, in emotional aromatherapy it is used to increase confidence and enhance well-being.

  Michelia champaca oil is a calming, relaxing, rejuvenating wonder-aroma of nature. The healing properties of the Magnolia flower have long been touted by proponents of traditional Indian medicine. In India, the petals of this delicate bud are used as an aphrodisiac, a sacred ritual component, and as decoration in women’s hair.

  Michelia champaca oil blossoms are harvested at night, when their fragrance is most potent. The sweet, fruity fragrance of this flower is said to have magical aphrodisiac properties. Besides being used to treat allergy symptoms and asthma, the Michelia champaca oil is used in Japanese culture for cooking and food presentation.