Magnificent Magnolia Flower Essential Oil harnesses the epic, aromatic power of the Indian Magnolia Tree and its whimsical white flower buds. Revered by the people of India for thousands of years, Magnolia Flowers, also known as White Champa, have calming and relaxing properties that are offset by an elegant floral aroma. Our Magnolia Flower Essential Oil is a euphoric love liniment that doubles as a merry moisturizer.
Botanical Name: Michelia alba
Botanical Family: Magnoliaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Flowers
Country of Origin: India
Cultivation Method: Wild
Composition: 100% Michelia alba
Scent Description: Fresh, green floral with hints of freesia and fruit.Blends well with: Jasmine, Lemon, Ylang, Coriander, Tuberose, Grapefruit, Rose, Ylang, and Bergamot.
Uses: Mixes of Magnolia oil have been used to moisten dry skin and melt muscles in massage. Lovely as a perfume to inspire communion and communication. Increase confidence and enhance wellbeing. It is a bathing beauty and love blossom in a diffuser. Anoint hair and wrists to enjoy as a full bloom perfume.
Our marvelous Magnolia Flower Essential Oil is a luxurious expression of natural beauty, blending the rejuvenating energies of nature with the romantic indulgences of the human heart. Magnolia Flower essence is a full-bodied wonder-aroma of nature. Magnolia blossoms are harvested at night, when their fragrance is most potent. In India, the petals of this delicate bud are used as an amorous perfume, a sacred ritual component, and as decoration in women’s hair.
Revel in Magnolia Flower Essential Oil to make a petal perfume or hair oil, ignite the heart, inspire the body, and get in touch with the senses.
“The heavy fragrance of Magnolias mingled with the delicate sweetness of wild roses.”
~ Zora Neale Hurston
“Also called Champaca oil. A sweet-scented essential oil distilled from the flowers of species of the Champaca tree growing in Nepal, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. In Thailand it is used as a body oil and for scenting the hair. In India the flowers are used by women as a hair decoration.”
~ N. Groom, editor, New Perfume Handbook
“Supposing I became a champa flower, just for fun, and grew on a branch high up that tree, and shook in the wind with laughter and danced upon the newly budded leaves, would you know me, mother?”
~ Rabindranath Tagore, The Champa Flower