Organic Lilac Enfleurage Oil

(Syringa vulgaris)

$35$1,047

Our Organic Lilac Oil (Syringa vulgaris), is most rare & precious. We absolutely love the aroma of this very special Lilac Enfleurage Oil but, our supply is VERY limited so we are only selling our smaller sizes.

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Botanical NameOriginCultivationMethod of ExtractionSourceNote
Syringa vulgarisUSAOrganicEnfleurage (ancient method using only organic palm kernel oil to extract the essential oils)FlowerOsmically balanced (contains top, middle and bottom notes) - can be worn alone as a perfume
Blends Well With : Jasmine Oil, Organic Enfleurage, Heliotrope Oil, Organic Enfleurage, Organic Rose Enfleurage Limited Edition,

Organic Lilac Enfleurage Oil

Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) - Organic Lilac Essential OilAlso known as Organic Lilac Enfleurage and Organic Lilac Essential Oil, this Organic Lilac Oil is very rare and is perhaps the only enfleurage oil made in the USA in quantity.

We source this precious Organic Lilac Enfleurage from a small farm in upstate New York that uses the ancient process of Enfleurage to yield the most authentic Lilac oil we’ve found. FYI – Some refer to this lilac oil extracted by the enfleurage method as Lilac Essential Oil but, the proper term is Lilac Enfleurage Oil. This oil is just one of our line of Artisan Aromatics Enfleurage Oils.

Quality

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.

Size Options: Only small sizes of Lilac Oil are listed on our website but, on occasion, we have more available. Send us an email if you need sizes of 15ml or larger.

Lilac Oil – Method of Extraction

Lilac does not lend itself to distillation and other methods collect only fractions of the scent and leave behind or destroy certain elements.

Enfleurage is the French term for an ancient, labor intensive, and all-but vanished, technique in which a fat is used to absorb scent from fresh exhaling flowers. Our source grows their own Lilac flowers and uses only Organically grown and sustainably sourced Palm kernel oil for the extraction.

To begin the process, this Atelier spreads Palm kernel oil on the glass frames, called chassis. This organic and sustainably sourced Palm Kernel is the fat substrate that will capture the lovely Lilac scent. Blossoms from more than 150 different varieties of Lilac from their lilac farm are hand picked and infused in the Palm kernel oil. Every day for 33 days, they painstakingly reload the chassis with fresh Lilac flowers, replacing and discarding the flowers from the day before. Then, they separate the scent molecules from the Palm fat using a gentle evaporation process with organic spirits, removing all Palm kernel oil (GC analysis confirms this), and leaving only the pure essence of Lilac. The fragrance is intoxicatingly authentic, because the Enfleurage process captures the most delicate components of scent and the most comprehensive spectrum of scent molecules.

Our supplier loves what they do:

“What a lovely job, smell-testing the trees as we walk through the field, picking bushels of the finest quality Lilac flowers. It’s a wonderful place to work and create Lilac Enfleurage. The air smells great and colors are fabulous too.”

Ancient Methods of extracting and using Lilac Essential Oil:

ancient-enfleurage

Historical data on Pascha, or Lilac, is scarce. However, we know that it originated in the Middle East and was used in enfleurage for many centuries, probably before the 14th century. I have read that sailors have traditionally  used it as a talisman for safe passage. Hence, women on the Mayflower carried a sprig in their bosom, to ensure a safe passage across the Atlantic. Lilac, or Syringe vulgaris (common syringe), is proposed to have been introduced in the US as an early cultivar at Plymouth in this way. The name Syringe is from the structural significance of the hollow tubed stalks on the lilac plant. These stalks were made into Pan’s pipes of lore. The white Lilac has been used at funerals to ensure the soul’s safe passage to the arms of God.

The oil distilled from the wood of the Lilac tree has historically been used in parts of the world to treat Malaria and other parasite borne diseases. Aromatherapists have also said that Lilac is a copious heart opener and memory inducer, and brings sweet dreams when slumbering in the scent.

Learn more about the process of Enfleurage

Aroma of our Enfleurage Oils

This delicate Lilac Enfleurage may be used as an exquisite stand alone natural perfume, or as an ingredient in blending with other natural scents.

Most noses love the aroma of our enfleurage oils, but a few (less than 1%) of our customers find that the aroma just doesn’t suit them. Initially, if given a few moments to “breathe”, the floral aroma wafts gently up into the air. Since our enfleurage products cannot be returned for a refund, due to their rarity, we recommend that you first purchase a small sample vial to insure that you are not among the 1% of people who dislike the earthy note of the palm oil.

Due to their very limited availability, we allow no returns for Enfleurage oils. If unsure, purchase a sample first.

To learn a little more about the enfleurage process, check out this Wiki article: Enfleurage.

IMPORTANT: All issues that pertain to your physical or mental health should be discussed with and supervised by a licensed health care professional. Keep all essential oils away from and out of reach of children. We recommend you consult a trained aromatherapist before using essential oils with children under 16 years of age. Always follow the general safety guidelines for using essential oils; these can be accessed by clicking the link below.

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.

Weight1.5 oz
Dimensions0.2 × 0.2 × 0.2 in
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