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Organic cultivated Lilium auratum
Lily absolute essential oil is one of the most commonly used oils but the hardest to obtain in the world. It has been proven to soften dry skin, especially on elbows and cuticles. Lily absolute is used in treatment for spider veins to dissipate their appearance. Another healing property of Lily is how great it is for the heart, depression, Circulation, and Scar Tissue.
This Lily Oil is NOT exactly an absolute, it is an essential oil that is enfleurage method and is most rare, coming from small growers/extractors. The entire process of extracting the Lily oil is done by hand using no heat and no chemical solvents. Pure local palm oil is used to absorb the aromatic oils from the Lily flower petals which are done over a long period of time and once the palm oil is completely saturated with the essence of the Lily flower then the palm oil is separated from the Lily oil by cane sugar alcohol which is then evaporated to leave only the Lily oil.
Either method (enfleurage or solvent extraction) is time-consuming and costly because the oil yields are quite small for the number of materials used. Now, the most commonly found Lily used by the perfume industry is entirely synthetic and has no healing properties whatsoever. Natural Lily perfume is often enjoyed as a single-flower oil since the rich, warm, heady floral and yet subtle aroma produced from the flowers is quite wonderful in and of itself.
SAFETY: Undiluted and unadulterated! Use in moderation and be sure to always use a carrier oil. •Do not take essential oils internally. •Do not apply to eyes, sensitive areas, or mucous membranes. •Do not apply undiluted to skin (for directions on proper dilution refer to an aromatherapy text). •The information on this website is not intended to diagnose or prescribe. •Pregnant women, nursing mothers, and children should not use essential oils without first consulting an appropriately trained healthcare practitioner.
This oil is NOT to be mistaken for Lily of Valley that are tiny clusters of bell-like flowers which have no aromatherapy value and are not approved for safe aromatherapy use.