Ginger Lily Essential Oil (Hedychium spicatum)
This Ginger Lily Essential Oil is extracted from the fresh rhizomes (roots) by steam distillation. It has a great, vibrant aroma.
Hedychium is a genus of flowering plants in the ginger family Zingiberaceae, native to lightly wooded habitats in Asia. The genus name Hedychium is derived from two ancient Greek words, hedys meaning “sweet” and chios meaning “snow.” This refers to the fragrant white flower of the type Hedychums. Common names include garland flower, ginger lily, and kahili ginger.
Like all of our Artisan Aromatics essential oils, enfleurage oils, absolutes and blends, this oil has been carefully selected for its therapeutic quality. Then, to ensure maximum freshness and potency, this oil is bottled by hand in USA only after orders are received.
Ginger Lily Description
Extracted from: Rhizome
Color: Opaque, yellow
Consistency: viscous liquid
Perfumery Note: Middle / Top
Shelf Life: 4-6 years (in cool dark conditions)
Chemical structure: Terpineol, limonene, caryophyllene
Common names: White garland-lily, white ginger lily
Aroma: Diffusive, warm, woody, with slight spicy
Blends Well With: Sandalwood, Jasmine, Cassia, Balsam Peru, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Ginger, Lavandin, Lavender, Myrrh, Patchouli, Vanilla, and Ylang Ylang essential oils.
Ginger Lily oil is best known for its captivating sweet fragrance. This fragrance is used in perfumery and cosmetic products which gives a very refreshing feeling. Ginger Lily essential oil is known to lift the spirit and release frustration.
7th Chakra – higher information, expansive, meditative, source energy, transformative, unconditional love, uplifting.
The fragrance of Ginger Lily essential oil works wonders for people who are suffering from nausea. People those who suffer from sea sickness or motion sickness can also benefit from this essential oil.
You may wish to check out our Ginger Essential Oil.
You may run across Ginger Absolute and Ginger CO2 but, technically speaking neither Absolutes nor CO2 extracts are essential oils, although both processes extract most of the same aromatic constituents that make up essential oils. In addition, both methods may extract constituents that are not found in essential oils.
SAFETY: Standard precautions for essential oil usage apply. In addition, use sparingly and always dilute for application to the skin due to methyleugenol content: maximum dermal concentration of 0.02% is recommended by Tisserand & Young (2014) and lower levels (0.0004% for leave-on products) by IFRA.
For more info this plant, check out this article on Wiki: Hedychium.
You might also enjoy comparing the aroma of this Ginger Lily Oil to that of our Artisan Aromatics Ginger Essential Oil.
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Disclaimer: Information provided in this description is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be used in/for the treatment, cure, mitigation or diagnosis of any mental or physical disease or illness or as a substitute for consulting with a physician or other appropriately trained and licensed health care professional. Artisan Aromatics is not responsible for any adverse effects resulting from the improper use of any suggestions, products, preparations, or procedures mentioned or from attempts to follow historical reports of a plant’s uses. Please note that essential oils do not necessarily have the same properties as other types of herbal preparations of the same plant and since essential oils are the most highly concentrated type of preparation made from plants, they can have toxicity issues not arising from use of other types of herbal preparations of a given plant.Essential Oil Safety Considerations