Vetiver (khus) Root

  • Vetiver (Chrysopogonzizanioides) dried root, 100g+
  • Vetiver is mainly cultivated for the fragrant essential oil distilled from its roots. In perfumery, the older French spelling, vetyver, is often used. Due to its excellent fixative properties, vetiver is used widely in perfumes.

    Vetiver oil, also known as khus oil, is a lesser-known plant oil that offers a heavy, earthy fragrance, which is reminiscent of patchouli but with a touch of lemon. It is believed to be very grounding, calming and stabilizing, and provides a range of essential oil uses and benefits

    From the sweetgrass family, the thin aromatic roots of the Vetiver plant are used in incense burning. Add to incense mixtures in small amounts to produce an earthy, sweet, heavy, erotic fragrance.


    1. sold in 100g amounts
    2. the scientific name is Chrysopogonzizanioides
    3. last two photographs show 100g
    4. from Vrindavan