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LINDEN BLOSSOM ABSOLUTE

Quick Overview

LindenThe Linden tree is a medium sized tree with dark green heart-shaped leaves, with blue-green undersides. The tree has fragrant yellow-white flowers, followed by round green fruits. The flowers are an aromatic, mucilaginous herb.

Botanical Name: Tilia vulgaris

Organic Linden Blossom Select CO2 Extract possesses an exquisitely rich, sweet, complex, honey and floral aroma that deserves to be included in the most precious of fragrance formulations, but is beautiful and complex enough to stand on its own as a single-note fragrance.

Method of Extraction: CO2 Extracted

Parts Used: Leaves, Flowers

Country of Origin: France, Bulgaria

Cultivation Method: Wildcrafted

Blends Well With: Jasmine, rose, benzoin, ylang-ylang, neroli, clary sage, lavender, cassie, golden champa, mandarin, sandalwood, helichrysum, and hyacinth, among others.





LindenScent: Sweet, deep and slightly spicy

About the Oil

Linden blossom essential oil and hydrosols are extracted through steam distillation from the flower and sapwood. Although linden blossom grows widely and is used as herb, the essential oil is hard to come by. It is cultivated limitedly and mostly in France.

Aromatherapy Notes

Linden blossom is good for the skin and is often used as an ingredient in facial creams and lotions. It is extensively used in fragrances, cosmetics, and massage oils. It is believed to rejuvenate the skin, giving you a radiant and youthful appearance. It is also used for hair care and is a chief ingredient in many shampoos and hair care products.






Traditional Uses

The Linden was a highly symbolic and hallowed tree to the Germanic people in their native pre-Christian mythology. Originally, local communities assembled not only to celebrate and dance under a Linden tree, but to hold their judicial meetings there in order to restore justice and peace. The most notable street in Berlin, Germany is called Unter den Linden or Under the Linden, named after the beautifying the space. In German folklore, the Linden is the "tree of lovers”.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Deeply relaxing, Linden Blossom has an uplifting, rejuvenating and stabilizing effect. The stabilizing action of Tilia vulgaris helps dispel negative emotions and thoughts, helping to strengthen relationships. 

Safety

Warning -- Linden Blossom should not be used over a long period of time. May cause allergy to a sensitive skin.

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