Extracted from the Aztec Marigold plant, and also known as Khakibos Oil or Kakiebos Oil, Tagetes Oil and Tagetes Essential Oil hold a wealth of immense benefits stretching across many sectors.
Widely used across various applications – such as medicine, pesticides, and cosmetics – Tagetes Oil is in high demand the world over. In a global study, Allied Market Research found that the notable increase in use of tagetes oil in medical and cosmetics industries is a major opportunity for market growth.
Tagetes Oil in the Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Sectors
- Tagetes Oil is a common additive to medical products, offers antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, and is effective in treating skin infections and small wounds
- The Oil is known to protect the respiratory system against cold and flu
- It is an anti-inflammatory
- Tagetes Oil can sooth irritation in the digestive tract
- Kakiebos Essential Oil is believed to reduce anxiety, stress, and depression
- Brings a uniquely floral note to men’s fragrances
Khakibos Oil Essential for Agriculture, Food and Beverages
- In agriculture, Tagetes Oil is a natural pest repellent, and is highly effective when used in pesticides to protect crops
- Thanks to its broad bioactivity, Khakibos Oil acts as an excellent food preservative for a variety of foodstuffs and beverages
- ResearchGate confirms that: “The wide range of microbicidal activity of the essential oil of Tagetes minuta against virus, bacteria, fungi, arboviruses, protozoa, and helminths presents the oil as a potential agent to relieve food poisoning”
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