Honeysuckle oil is obtained from the plant that is abundantly available all over Europe, and also in parts of Asia like in Japan. These shrubs belong to the Lonicera family and have bluish berries that blossom along with orange coloured flowers. These flowers can be poisonous at times and hence, they have to be handled with care. The flowers bloom only during specific seasons of the year, like in early springs and in late winters. The ripe season depends on the place also, and in locations like Russia, they blossom in the early summers too.
· The widest use of this therapeutic oil is for aromatherapy. Either used singly or in blends, they give a great therapeutic rejuvenation to the worn out cells of the body when messaged.
· Honeysuckle oil is anti-bacterial and can get one rid of sore throat if consumed with lukewarm water or milk.
· It is often found useful in anti-inflammatory usage.
· The dissolved minerals and vitamins are so easily soluble that the oil can be used directly on the skin. The skin can absorb all the essential ingredients and enhance its glow.
Constituents – Honeysuckle oil is composed of tannin, potassium, zinc and calcium. It is extremely rich in myristic acid, luteolin, linoleic acid, elaidic acid, lonicerin as well as magnesium.
Blends with – Honeysuckle oil can be used alone as a great component for aromatherapy. Besides, it can be widely used as blends with rose oil, sandalwood oil, ylang-ylang and others for enhanced therapeutic and medical usage.
|Product Code||SVA - 139|
|Botanical Name||Lonicera Caprifolium|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation|
|Color & Odor||Yellow to Brown|
|Country of Origin||India|
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