Croton Essential Oil Botanical name of the oil is Croton Tiglium Linn. Other names of the plant from which this essential oil is extracted are Euphorbiaceae, Rushfoil, Croton and Codiaeum variegatum. The oil should not be used excessively as it causes skin irritation. Could also lead to permanent damage and scarring on the body skin. The oil is poisonous in nature and should not be used in pregnancy and breast feeding.
Lavender essential oil and rosemary essential oil.
Uses and Benefits:
- Ingredient in liniment formulations
- Lowers body pain, stiffness and discomfort
- Extracting biodiesel
- In Chinese medicines
Product Technical Information
|Botanical Name||Croton Tiglium Linn|
|Color & Odor||Yellow to Light Brown & Acrid, disagreeable and a slight odor|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Methods of Extraction||Cold Pressed|