Iluppai Ennai (இலுப்பை எண்ணெய்) is also known as Mahua Oil or Butter Tree Essential Oil or Indian Butter in English. Illupai oil is a non-edible oil and is used only for external use.
Iluppai Ennai is the perfect gift option for all pooja occasions used for pooja lamp oil or deepam oil. Iluppai Ennai is also known as Mahua Oil which is obtained organically or extracted by crushing the dry mahua seeds at room temperature without applying any external heat. Hence, the mahua oil is obtained naturally through the cold pressing method known as cold-pressed mahua oil.
Iluppai Ennai is termed as Ippa Oil or Vippa Oil. Also known as Mahua Oil (or) Butter Tree Essential Oil in English. Iluppai Ennai is 100% the Best Quality Oil for Pooja purposes. Also Known as Deepam Oil (or) Lamp Oil helps to relieve all Kinds of Debt because it invokes the blessing of Lord Shiva. Used for external use only.
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|Product Name:||Iluppai Ennai / Mahua Oil / Butter Tree Oil / Lamp Oil / Deepam Oil / Illupai Oil|
|GST / Tax:||80.00 (Price Inclusive of all Taxes)|
|Specialty:||No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering|
|Place of Origin:||Madurai, TamilNadu - India|
|Storage Instructions:||Store in a cool & dry place|
|Item Package Quantity:||250 ML / 1 Litre / 5 Litres / 15 Litres|
|Certification:||FSSAI No 12419012000177|
|Caffeine Content:||Caffeine Free|
|Serving Recommendation:||Suitable for Cooking & Deep Frying|
|Package Information:||Wrapped in Carton Box with Zero Breakage|
|Maximum Shelf Life:||6 Months|
|Processing Type:||Cold Pressed / Mara Chekku / Kachi Ghani / Wood Pressed|
|Ingredients:||Madhuca Indica Seeds|
|Highlights:||1. Unrefined, 100% Pure & 100% Natural |
2. No Chemicals, No Heat Process, No Preservations
3. Oil Extracted by Traditional Method
|Scientific Name:||Madhuca Indica|
|English:||Mahua Oil / Mahwa Oil / Mahuwa Oil / Indian Butter Oil|
|Hindi:||Jangli moha, Moha (Mauha, Mohwa)|
|Bengali:||Banmahuva, Mahuha, Mohwa|
Iluppai Ennai is also known as Mahua oil in English. Mahuwa Oil is obtained from the seeds of Indian plant Madhuca India tree / Madhuca longifolia belongs to the family Sapotaceae.
Mahua longifolia is a tropical tree in India largely found in north & central Indian plains and forests.
The Mahua tree is one of the fast-growing trees which grows to approximately 20 meters in height.
Adaptable to arid environments, being a prominent tree in tropical mixed deciduous forests in India found in the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana, Odisha, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, UP, Bihar, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, and West Bengal.
Color, Taste, and Aroma
Oil is pale oatmeal to light ochre in hue. Butter Tree essential oil has a woody, lightly herbaceous & fatty aroma. It looks waxy and thick at room temperature.
Uses and Health Benefits
1. For Skin & Hair
Mahua oil contains emollient properties used to treat in skin disease, rheumatism and headache. The fat in this oil is used for the care of the skin. Native tribes used it as an illuminant and hair fixer.
Aromatherapy also uses this particular oil as it’s very rejuvenating and also heals skin and gives strength to tissues.
2. As a laxative
Act as a laxative and is considered useful in habitual constipation, piles, and hemorrhoids and as an emetic.
3. For Commercial purposes
Mahua flowers are also used to manufacture jam, which is made by tribal co-operatives in the Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra. Mahua oil is used to manufacture soap or detergents and as vegetable butter. Also used as a fuel oil.
4. Famous Quote in Tamil
There is a saying in tamil "aalai illaa oorukku iluppaip poo charkkarai" indicates that when there is no cane/country sugar available, the flower of Mahua longifolia can be used because it is very sweet. In Tamil, ஆலை இல்லாத ஊருக்கு இலுப்பைப்பூ சர்க்கரை என்று ஒரு பழமொழி உண்டு. அந்த அளவிற்கு சுவை கொண்டது இலுப்பைப்பூ.
5. Lamp Oil
In order to get rid of debt, illupai oil used as lamp oil. Importantly, it evokes the blessings of Lord Shiva.
HOW TO LIGHTING THE LAMP?
While lighting the lamp, the direction that you are point towards in which direction also matters:
SOUTH - NEVER LIGHT A LAMP FACING THIS DIRECTION. IT IS CONSIDERED INAUSPICIOUS.
NORTH - Preferred direction for lighting lamps. To be successful in all ventures undertaken and to bring fortune and wealth.
EAST - Good health and peace of mind from sorrow and enemies.
WEST - Freedom from debt and victory over enemies.