Syringa vulgaris, commonly known Lilac belongs to the olive family and is the native of northern Balkan Peninsula. The fragrance of lilac flowers is investigated by headspace techniques in which ocimene is found to be the major component. Earlier it was said that lilacs were extracted byenfleurage and they are picked in the early hours of morning, when they are warm. These flowers are attractive plants with a pleasant aroma. It is believed that extraction process to obtain oil from these flowers is very difficult; making lilac oil can be expensive.
Another form of lilac is the dwarf lilac which has its habitat in dry and pine woods in Northern China. Its intense fragrance is sharper than common lilac.
· Lilac flowers are known for aroma therapeutic qualities used in aromatherapy to aid for health problems like depression and anxiety.
· These flowers are using for making handmade bath and body products. By mixing three parts with one part witch hazel by adding oil fragrance.
· By adding drops of the oil to any cleaning product by filling recycled spray bottle to make disinfectant spray.
· The scent of lilac is used for spiritual purposes. The scent is used in spiritual healing and ritual ceremonies. It also enhances one’s ability to focus.
Blends With: The lilac oil blends with vanilla or with scents like jasmine and rose. It reminds on one of the heavenly scent.
Constituents: The main constituents of lilac headspace are anisaldehyde, 8-oxolinalool, cinnamic alcohol and elecimin.
|Product Code||SVA - 149|
|Botanical Name||Syringa vulgaris|
|Methods of Extraction||Enfleurage Extraction in a base of Organic Palm Oil|
|Color & Odor||Cyan|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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