Hemani Oil 30-60 ml made in Pakistan


Scent: Black seed Oil 60 ml
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Black seeds are also known as black cumin or nigella seeeds, and are historically famous for being one of the greatest healing herbs. It has long been used in the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia as a remedy for almost anything! It helps reduce inflammation, treat allergies, strengthen the immune system, relieve congestion and enhance blood circulation


Cardamom is a spice with an intense, slightly sweet flavor, often compared to mint. Cardamom seeds and oil, and the oil they produce, have remarkable health benefits. Cardamom is commonly used internally to help soothe occasional stomach discomfort.* Its distinct scent can promote a positive mood. Cardamom seeds are often used in savoury and sweet dishes such as curries and spiced cakes. The oil produced can be used topically, diffused, or digested .Cardamom oil can be added to foods or smoothies to reap the benefits. Otherwise, it can be added to a diffuser and inhaled for calming and warming effects. Create a very effective mouthwash by addinga few drops to water - it disinfects the oral cavity of all germs and eliminates bad breath. Black seed oil can also be used topically on skin and hair 


Cinnamon oil's anti-inflammatory properties and warming effects make it useful to increase circulation and treat aching muscles, joint inflammation and menstrual cramps. Diffuse cinnamon oil in your home by adding 5 drops to your oil burner or diffuser. This oil also makes a warming and relaxing massage oil when diluted with a carrier oil. Cinnamon oil blends well with cardamom, clove, ginger and orange essential oil. For external application, dilute cinnamon oil in a carrier oil before applying to the affected areas. Add 5 drops of cinnamon oil to a bath to benefit from its health properties and comforting aroma. Make a mouthwash by combining 1-2 drops of cinnamon oil in a glass of warm water.


Clove Oil, derived from clove tree buds, offers antiseptic, analgesic, and stimulating properties, making it ideal for dental care, aromatherapy, and mental clarity.


Castor oil is a vegetable oil obtained by pressing the seeds of the castor oil plant (Ricinus communis). Castor oil is rich in omega 9 fatty acids and essential vitamins. It is a known remedy for hair loss. Rub a few drops of castor oil on your fingertips and massage your scalp to stimulate hair growth. Do this several times a week. For health long eyelashes, apply castor oil on your lashes every night before going to bed. In a couple of weeks time you should start to see results: naturally longer and thicker eyelashes! For thicker eyebrows rub some castor oil into your eyebrows each night before you go to bed and it will nourish and thicken your eyebrows.


Ginger oil is extracted from the ginger plant rhizome, the same part of the plant used in food and beverage preparation. It has a very warm and spicy smell and is very popular in aromatherapy for its multiple health benefits.Ginger oil should be diluted with another oil such as coconut oil before applying to the skin. It can also be added to drinks to treat digestive complaints and respiratory symptoms. To enjoy the aromatic benefits, add a few drops of ginger oil to an oil diffuser or warm bath.


Garlic oil has been used as a natural remedy for centuries. It has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic purposes and is an immunity booster. It can be used to treat acne, relieve ear infections and toothaches. It is also very well known for stimulating hair regrowth and treating dandruff.To use on hair, dilute garlic oil with argan oil or almond oil and massage into scalp. Leave on hair for a few hours or overnight before washing off. Repeat several times a week over 1 or 2 months to see results.


Linseed, also known as flaxseeds come from the flax plant. The fibre of flax are used to make linen! The oil is made by pressing the seeds, and carries many health benefits. Linseed oil can be added to food such as salad dressings, but is not to be used as a cooking oil because it has a low smoke point. It can also be applied to the skin and hair.



Effective natural remedy to protect the body from acne, mosquitos and lice. Derived from the seeds of the Indian neem tree. Powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties. It helps fight against unsightly skin infections and parasites. Healing properties of the neem can be used on the face and body to treat



Hemani Sweet Almond Oil, used to relieve skin itch and dryness. All skin types can benefit from this essential oil. Contains naturally occurring vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and vitamin E. Used as a cosmetic ingredient for sftening and moisturizing. Excellent in promoting the natural beauty of the skin.



Extracted from the Damascus rose by a process of steam distillation and yields a sweet, floral oil. Has several health and beauty benefits. High in vitamin C and has anti microbial, anti-spasmodic, aphrodisiac, anti oxidant and anti inflammatory properties. It can be used externally to treat sore muscles, arthritis, gout, wounds and skin infections. It can treat eczema, dermatitis, acne, skin redness, fine lines and wrinkles, age spots and skin discoloration

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