Lilac includes about 25 species of fragrant and beautiful garden shrubs and trees of the olive family Oleaceae. This plant is native to Eastern Europe and the temperate regions of Asia is hardy, easy to grow and maintenance-free.
The common lilac, S. vulgaris, is the most popular and grows in temperate climates around the world.
Lilac oil is usually pale purple with a fresh floral scent.
Keep in mind that some lilac oils contain synthetic fragrances that mimic the scent of lilac, because the flowers themselves cannot actually be distilled to make essential oil.
Lilac essential oil has the ability to lower the temperature and is therefore effectively used to control fever, which raises body temperature. In addition to lowering the fever, it also relieves the pain and discomfort associated with fever. Due to its property, it is used to control the types of fever that raise body temperature to unusual levels and thus save the body from the risk of organ damage.
Lilac essential oil cures all types of fungal infections because it contains several chemicals that kill the fungus, and also prevents them from reappearing in the future. You can treat infections such as fungal growth on the feet, as well as use it against fungal infections. Lilac essential oil is usually applied directly to the skin.
Lilac essential oil relieves stress and anxiety. Lilac essential oil is believed to have a soothing effect on the mind and puts it at rest. Many people also use lilac essential oil by inhaling it and find that it works great for them because they feel very calm. But before you start using lilac essential oil, be sure to consult your doctor.
Lilac oil tincture
Here's what you need to do:
Tear off a few sprigs of flowering lilac.Cover the bowl with cheesecloth and arrange the flowers on top. Add water so that the lilac flowers are completely covered. Cover the bowl and let the flowers stay in the water overnight.The next day, gather the ends of the cheesecloth and twist them tightly to form a bag containing the flowers. Tie with thread.Transfer the lilac water to a pot of fire and bring to a boil. Let the bag of lilacs simmer for an hour. Allow to cool.Pour into a bottle and add 5 drops of glycerin. Shake well. 10 drops a day can change your well-being in a good way. Also for a mild intake of the Lilac's goodness you can always make a fresh cuppa tea. Or a lilac lemonade. It takes only few minutes, 1 litre of water, 2 tablespoons of honey, lilac flowers, 1 lemon and an hour in the fridge. Enjoy all the benefits of this divine plant. ❤️🌿❤️
And please remember that before using the ready tinctures you have to consult with your doctor.
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