Linden Blossoms Essential Oil

Linden Blossoms Essential Oil

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Lovely Linden Blossoms Essential Oil bursts with the sweet floral, slightly green scent of hay reminiscent of pastoral June day. The outpouring of nectar from this tree’s blossoms keeps bees abuzz with glee. Linden encourages empathy, deepens understanding between lovers, and frees the egoic mind, allowing heightened clarity to emerge. This festive, feel-good aroma takes you on a ride through the countryside while whimsical green-floral notes waft through the air.

**2.5ml tiny treasures travel tighter sans single-drop inserts. Please request an insert in your order notes if you would like one.**

Details

Botanical Name: Tilia cordata
Botanical Family: Malvaceae
Extraction Method: CO2 Select
Part of Plant Distilled: Blossoms
Country of Origin: Bulgaria
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 50% Tilia cordata + 50% Organic Biodynamic Alcohol
Consistency: Thin, pourable liquid
Scent Description: The green of springtime air doused in festive-floral honey notes.
In Living Libations: Fawn Lily Perfume
Blends well with: Jasmine, Rose, Neroli, Ylang, Geranium, Vanilla, Lavender, Melissa, Lemon Verbena, Cape Chamomile, Cardamon, Frankincense, Lemon, Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lime, and Chamomile.
Uses: Perfect for petaled perfumery and blossom-scented baths.Constituents: monoterpenols, esters, sesquiterpenes

 

“The scent of linden blossoms hung heavy on the air. Dortchen made a sharp, jerking movement, as if to walk away. But she hesitated, then turned and went down the long, winding path, past the tangle of briar roses and into the secret grove of linden trees. She picked a blossom and held it to her nose, inhaling deeply. Then she sat on the grass, the blossom cupped in her hand, leant her head back against the tree and closed her eyes. All she could hear was the soft sough of the wind in the leaves, and the humming of innumerable bees as they gathered the nectar from the creamy-white flowers.”
~ Kate Forsyth, The Wild Girl