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Due to the limited supply, Enfleurage oils are not available for returns. You may wish to purchase Enfleurage Oils in our 5 pack of Sample Vials. The entire process of extracting the Lily Essential Oil is done by hand using no heat and no harsh chemical solvents.
These sweet-scented flowering plants symbolize happiness, humility and vision of a better world! Convallaria majalis is an herbaceous perennial plant commonly known as Lily of the Valley. There are many myths and legends associated with the plant.
When I travelled a lot internationally with work, if I needed any type of medication it had to be easy to take with me and to have the ability to prescribe myself. I very rarely take any type of medication but when I do I want to make those choices myself, I want to know what is in the medication I am putting into my body. I am now a passionate advocate of essential oils, so have put together this website as an introduction for others to their wonderful health and emotional benefits, to show the path you can follow to learn more about the oils, which I can truly say have transformed my life.
Botanical Name: Hedychium Spaticum. Common name is garland flower and kahiliginger. Common Method of Extraction: The common method of extraction is through steam distillation.
Unlike most essential oils which are steam distilled from the flowers, lily flower essential oil can not be derived through that method because of the delicate nature of its flowers. Instead, it is extracted via the enfleurage method in the early 20th century but is now extracted by solvent extraction using hexane. As such, lily flower essential oil is one of the rare essential oils available in the market and it is known for its heavenly and highly aromatic scent.
This oil is widely used in perfume formulations. The plant is native to tropical and subtropical Asia. There are 30 known species in India. Ginger Lily is also found in regions of North America and Europe.
Throughout the centuries, essential oils have been used in hundreds of ways by many different cultures. The first recorded use of their healing powers was discovered in cave paintings in France dating back to 18, BC. Egypt is commonly considered one of the first cultures to use aromatic extracts and became renowned for their knowledge in this area.