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Nindi Oil is derived from the African Aeolanthus Graveolens and probably other species of aeolanthus. This small plant grows wild in many parts of western Africa, but the essential oil is produced only in East Africa, particularly in Rhodesia and Tanganyika. The entire overground parts of the plant, occasionally including the underground parts, are steam distilled. Nindi Oil is a pale yellow liquid of powerful and fresh rosy, lemony odor with an almost muguet like, delicate topnote and a sweet, pleasant, rosy dryout note.