Mitti or Gil Attar, out of all the attars is the one that demands great hard work and patience. To bring this fragrance to like requires no less than 15 days. Though Mitti Attar can be applied directly as perfume, however, there are multiple usages binding themselves to this very oil. For instance, Mitti attar is used as an air freshener & an essential oil — and in aromatherapy, because the smell of it is so calming. Mesmerizing attar of Mitti contains stress-relieving enzymes, which make it a must-have for the fast-paced life of modern times. As far as the preparation is concerned, the clay used for this is baked exactly like a chapatti, made into a soft dough, & then flattened into discs, which are baked at a fairly high temperature to prepare them for hydro-distillation.
1) Directly apply on the skin, simply use like a perfume.
2) It can be used for massage therapies. Many Ayurveda & acupuncture massage therapists use this by mixing it in olive oil or any other massage oil.
3) This can also be used in diffuser aromatherapy by adding few drops of oil in water. You can use it in an electric or candlelit diffuser.
4) This can also be used for an aromatic experience by applying it to your Mala beads.
Note: This is not an edible grade oil. Do not eat or consume