Davana is a small plant with the oil coming from the stems and leaves.
Dark green to reddish-brownish green viscous liquid
When applied to the skin, Davana is said to have a different scent on different people, a peculiar property which is highly valued in perfumery to create fragrances with individual notes. It is used in aromatherapy as being an agent to combat anxiety, anti-infectious, soothing to dry rough skin, and a stimulant to the endocrine system.
Davana Essential Oil can be easily blended, but the end result may be different on different users. Davana should be blended to suit individuals.
Each day, the faithful in India offer Davana blossoms to Shiva, the god of Transformation. The flowers remain on his altar throughout the day and are removed in the evening.
Davana Essential Oil is believed to be non-toxic and non-irritating. Nonetheless, it should not be used on broken skin, and consumers should be active in pursuing additional information as it becomes available.