Pink Lotus Essential Oil

• 3% Essential Oil in 100% Golden Jojoba Oil
• India
• Pink Lotus Nelumbo nucifera absolute 3% in jojoba oil, solvent extracted, from the flowers.

Aroma: Lotus Pink Absolute has an exquisite floral aroma with slightly herbaceous and medicinal top notes.

History: The Pink Lotus is viewed as the Lotus of the earth. Pink Lotus is sacred to Lakshmi Devi - the Goddess of Wealth. Lotus is a native of Asia, Persia, North Africa, Oceania Pink Lotus and is prominently cultivated in Africa, Australia, China, Greece, Japan and South Korea. It is a member of the Nymphaeaceae family and a symbol of purity, peace, rebirth and fertility the Lotus is sacred to Egyptians, Buddhists and the Hindus. The plant grows in muddy water the stem arises over the water and it flowers in the light and air. The flowers produce heat and are pollinated by beetles.

Color: Yellow-orange to reddish viscous liquid.

Common Uses: Lotus Pink Absolute is known for its ability to promote a sense of harmony. Pink Lotus oil is said to strengthen the immune system. Febrifuge, hypotensive, resolvent, stomachic, styptic, tonic for heart, immune system and nervous system and vasodilator, astringent, expectorant, refrigerant, sedative.Catechin is found to be an affective component for the treatment of hyperglycemia in cases of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. ß-sitosterol is a plant sterol which supports the immune system and it is also affective in the treatment of health problems like cardiovascular disease, HIV/AIDS, TB, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, cervical cancer, allergies, systemic lupus, fibromyalgia, asthma, hair loss bronchitis and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Consistency: Semi-solid at room temperature. Bottle should be placed in a hot water bath in order for absolute to liquefy.

Note: Base to Middle
Strength of Aroma: Strong

    Constituents: ß-sitosterol, Glucose, Isorhamnetin 3-O-rutinoside, Linoleic acid, Lotusine, Armepavine, Asparagine, Catechin, Dehydronuciferine, Neferin, Nelumbine, Nelumboside, Nicotinic acid, N –nornuciferine, nuciferine, O–nornuciferine, Palmitic acid, Quercetin and Roemerine.

      Blends well with: cypress, lemon, geranium, jasmine, lavender, rosemary, ylang-ylang and is commonly used in perfumery.


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