Abies spectabillis-Himalayan Silver Fir oil
Botanical Name: Abies spectabillis Mirb.
English name: Himalayan Silver Fir
Nepali name: Gobre salla
Sanskrit Name: Talispatra
Trade name: Talispatra
Flowering period: Cones appear in April-May
Parts used: Leaves
Habitat/Distribution in Nepal: throughout Nepal forming a dense forest (2400-4000m)
Principal Constituents: A biflavonoid, abiesin, n-triacontanol, beta-sitosterol and betuloside are present in the Leaves; alpha-pinene,l-limonene,delta-carene,dipentene, l-bornyl acetate and l-cardinene as major constituents.
Abies spectabillis is a lofty, black and stout large tree attaining up to 40 m in height. Leaves are spirally arranged, very variable in length, persisiting for 8-10 years, flat, about 2mm broad, petiole very short. Male cone sassile, solitary or clustered anmd female cones 10-15*3.5-7 cm in size.
Abies leaves are carminative, expectrorant, stomachic, tonic, astringent, used in asthama and bronchits, dyspepsia, flatulence diarrhea, epilepsy, fever and emaciation; leaf juice antiperiodic.
Abies oil is used as a fragrance component in deodorants, roomj sprays, disfenctants, soaps and perfumes.
We provide juniper oil in different size and shapes as per customers’ choice and requirements. We usually use aluminum bottles and glass vessel for packing. Aluminum containers and epoxy-lined metallic barrels 50gm, 100gm, 500gm, 1kg, 5kg capacities.