REVIEW ON: ADMINISTRATIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR ESSENTIAL OIL

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Tanvi Bhambhaney
Nirav Rathi
Dr. Pragnesh Patani

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This abstract illuminates the multi-dimensional essence of essential oils, transcending their aromatic allure to invigorate the mind, body, and spirit. The burgeoning industry has evolved from its conventional perfumed origins to embrace a realm of self-care and holistic well-being. Essential oils, comprised of volatile compounds synthesized across plant components, encompass hydrocarbons and oxygenated elements. The realm of production encompasses both time-honored and innovative techniques, shaping their availability. These oils are channeled through a diverse array of delivery avenues, ranging from aromatherapy to pioneering nanotechnology. The review further delves into the utilization of assorted nanocarriers like liposomes, niosomes, nano-emulsions, and solid lipid nanoparticles. These carriers significantly amplify their attributes, as detailed within. In addition to their sensory appeal, these oils confer safeguarding attributes, combating fungal, bacterial, viral, and insect-related concerns

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