Although, hydrosols are quite famous all over the world, for their various healing and curing properties. Yet there is a certain number of hydrosols that are not all that famous, but they are gradually grabbing the limelight.
- Artemesia Arboresence Hydrosol
This hydrosol is nice and soothing for injured and inflamed skin. Think first sunburn of the season. Digestive tonic, detox the liver. Circulatory system stimulant. Antihistamine, anti-inflammatory and expectorant for the respiratory system.
- Bulgarian Rose
There are many different kinds of Roses and they are reflected in the hydrosols. The water is lovely and really is a perfume in itself. There are widely varying degrees of quality that are due to distillation process, raw material as well as the storage and handling of the finished product. It is mildly antiseptic and is very humectant. It is a great addition to any skin care product.
- Chamomile Romain Hydrosol
A very useful all purpose hydrosol. Used for baby care. Reduces stress, insomnia aid. Topically reduces redness, heat and sensitivities, calming to irritated skin. Can be used as an eyewash or compress for the eye area.
- Cinnamon Hydrosol
This Eco-Cert hydrosol is from the bark. It has a deeper and more Cinnamon sharpness than the leaf, more intense but not ‘hot’. Very stimulating for the mind. Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil is used to treat infections of the digestive tract. The Hydrosol is more gentle and can be used the same way. Treats gastric bloating and colic. It tastes great and is a perfect base for oral preparations.
- Frankincense Hydrosol
Strongly scented. Could be diluted with distilled water if you’d like… The smell was described by someone else as ‘expansive’. That’s a good description, it is expansive in energy work and to the lungs. Dry, woody, slightly peppery smell. Frankincense essential oil and hydrosol are from the congealed exudae from the damaged tree bark. The trees are incised and the resin collected. This is most likely the gum referred to in ancient texts.Frankincense hydrosol is used topically on aging skin to reduce wrinkles. Mist on the face as a toner for skin. Gives a fine textured, silky feeling. It is a diuretic and drying without leaving the skin feeling dry and tight.
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