Freesia Essence Oil

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History

The history of freesia is reported to go back 200 years to South-Africa where all species were discovered. It received its name from Dr. Christian P. Ecklon who named it after his friend a German botanist, Friedrich H. T. Freese. Freesias are native to the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.

 

Benefits of Freesia Essence Oil

Freesia perfume oils have a sweet floral, somewhat strong aroma. This essence oil has a light yellow color and a semi-thick consistency. It’s therapeutic healing properties include: refreshing, enhances alertness and strengthens the memory. Inhaling this fragrance throughout the day kindles one’s love of beauty with a sense of appreciation of the simple things in Life..

 

Use of Freesia Essence Oil

Freshen up the Household – Add a few drops of Freesia Essence Oil on a tissue for placement in drawers and closets. Place a few drops of oil inside the trash can, laundry wash, drain, dryer sheet, potpourri, or vacuum bag filter.

Diffusing – One of the best ways to infuse the healing aromas into the atmosphere is through diffusion. It can be as simple as adding a few drops of oil on an upright light bulb, on a light bulb ring or in a lit candle. Other methods include using a plug-in car or room diffuser. One of the more common methods is using an aromatherapy oil disffuser and pendant diffuser.

Massage – Create a massage oil scent simply add a few drops oil to 1 ounce carrier oil such as Grapeseed oil or Sweet Almond oil base. Keep away from eyes and genital areas.

Bath – Add a few drops of oil to running warm bath water and mix well before getting into the tub. Experience a wonderfully scented bath soak.

Product Scenting – Create scented products by adding oils to un-scented base products such as shampoo, liquid soap base, body lotion base, room spray base, moisturizing body gel base.

 

IMPORTANT: All Brilliant Scents products are for external use only unless otherwise indicated. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, and it should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or under the care of a medical practitioner.