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Calamus Essential Oil

(Sweet Flag, Sweet Cane)


Scientific Name:  Acorus calamus                 

Country of Origin:  Nepal

Distillation Method:  Steam Distilled

Safety:  F, H (Toxic, Carcinogenic)  When used as a fragrance ingredient it should not exceed .01% of the total finished product. 


One of the ingredients in the holy anointing oil.  It is also called "sweet flag" or "sweet cane".  Used in cosmetics and perfumes as a fixative.  Some also believe that Calamus could be what is now known as lemongrass or ginger grass.


Therapeutic Uses:  None.  Calamus oil should only be used as a perfume ingredient.  Calamus oil is toxic.  Ancient herbal remedies used only the dried root of the plant not the concentrated essential oil from the plant. 


Calamus:  Substandard calamus oil is being sold on the market this year.  We have found the oil from Nepal is better than the oil imported from India.  Beware the substandard oils contain bits and pieces of plant particles. 






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Calamus - Easton's Bible Dictionary
The Latin for cane, Hebrew Kaneh , mentioned (Exodus 30:23) as one of the ingredients in the holy anointing oil, one of the sweet scents (Cant 4:14), and among the articles sold in the markets of Tyre (Ezekiel 27:19). The word designates an Oriental plant called the "sweet flag," the Acorus calamus of Linnaeus. It is elsewhere called "sweet cane" (Isaiah 43:24; Jeremiah 6:20). It has an aromatic smell, and when its knotted stalk is cut and dried and reduced to powder, it forms an ingredient in the most precious perfumes. It was not a native of Palestine, but was imported from Arabia Felix or from India.


These dictionary topics are from M.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition, published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain, copy freely.



Calamus - The KJV Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon

Strong's Number: 07070
Original Word: hnq
Word Origin: from (70769)
Transliterated Word: Qaneh
Definition: reed, stalk, bone, balances stalk water-plant, reed calamus (aromatic reed), derived meanings measuring-rod reed (as unit of measure - 6 cubits) beam (of scales - for scales themselves) shaft (of lampstand) branches (of lampstand) shoulder-joint.

Strong's Number: 07069
Original Word: hnq
Word Origin: a primitive root
Transliterated Word: Qanah
Definition: to get, acquire, create, buy, possess; (Qal) to get, acquire, obtain 1a of God originating, creating, redeeming His people 1a possessor 1a of Eve acquiring 1a of acquiring knowledge, wisdom to buy; (Niphal) to be bought; (Hiphil) to cause to possess.

The Hebrew lexicon is Brown, Driver, Briggs, Gesenius Lexicon; this is keyed to the "Theological Word Book of the Old Testament." These files are considered public domain.



Biblical Scripture References


King James Version (Authorized)

Exodus 30:23, Song of Solomon 4:14, Ezekiel 27:19, Isaiah 43:24, Jeremiah 6:20





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