MARKET INFO of Palmarosa Oil

Latest Market Info: Mar, 2023

Due to the ongoing effects of La Nina, rains in India have not stopped. A large influx of rainfall can influence the quality and quantity of palmarosa oil, making yields lower and diminishing the crop's overall output. Demand remains strong and prices are firm.

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Description of Palmarosa Oil

Steam-distilled from a type of grass closely related to citronella and lemongrass, Palmarosa Oil was originally a product of India and Vietnam, though it has since spread to other regions. The oil’s aroma is sweet and grassy, with a unique rose-like quality that separates palmarosa from its similar counterparts. Palmarosa oil is also referred to as the purest source of natural geraniol; an incredibly important component of floral and fruity perfume work. As such, palmarosa remains a popular addition to fine fragrance items, as well as certain flavor applications in peach and apricot products.

Botanical Name of Palmarosa Oil

Cymbopogon martinii (roxb.) will. watson var. motia or var martinii

Appearance of Palmarosa Oil

Pale Yellow Liquid





EXTRACTION method of Palmarosa Oil

Steam Distillation

Principle Constituents of Palmarosa Oil


Refractive Index of Palmarosa Oil

1.4700 - 1.4760 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Palmarosa Oil

0.8790 - 0.8920 @ 25C

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