Frangipani, sacred flower that flourishes in tropical lands all over the world ~ uplifting to the mood, emotional system and a wondrous ingredient in Botanical Perfumery.
– Balances Nervous System
– Use in Botanical Perfumery
Aromatic Scent: Deeply Sweet, Floral, and Etherally Intoxicating Honeysuckle Notes
Dr. Nick Notes
Frangipani is a stunning flower shrouded in beauty with legendary around Hawaii and various islands. These gorgeous flowers grow on the small Plumeria alba tree native to the Caribbean, Mexico, and Central America ~ now cultivated in tropical areas around the world. In mythology, Plumeria is seen as a symbol of peace and tranquility. Some Indian philosophy seems this as the “Tree of Life”, and associates Frangipani flowers with death and funerals. Malaysia considers it’s fragrance reflective of the undead. These beautiful flowers have developed a tradition for use in tropical islands (Hawaii & Tahiti) for making ceremonial leis.
Our Frangipani Absolute is derived from the tropical five petaled flowers of the exotic Plumeria alba. These flowers are creamy white and spiral open to reveal a soft yellow/orange shading towards its center. The scent whispers shades of vanilla, creme with a dry undertone ~ this extract seems to add beautiful notes combined with other flowers & essential oils. Interestingly enough, I don’t prefer it on it’s own but really enjoy combining with other exotic extracts to add rich creamy dimensions in botanical perfumery.
How to Use
- For use in botanical perfumery to promote an sensuous floral experience.
- Apply 1 drops onto the wrists to promote more creativity and enhance meditation.
- Tune into the frequency of Frangipani – allow her to guide you.
Only to be used in botanical perfumery. Not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Blends Well With: Ylang Ylang, Tuberose Absolute, Pink Lotus Absolute, Rose-Geranium, Rose Absolute, Blue Lotus Absolute, Jasmine Sambac, Lavender, Neroli, Grapefruit, Blood Orange, Red Mandarin, Vanilla(CO2), Cassia(CO2), Nutmeg(CO2),
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka
Extraction Method: Solvent Extracted
Parts of Plant Used: Flowers
Terpenes: Limonene, Linalool, α-cedrene, caryophyllene oxide, (E, E)-α-farnesene
~ Flowers Full of Leis ~
- “Perfumer’s Nose: The Lovely Frangipani,” Elise Pearlstine, July 2015, http://tambela.com/blog/perfumers-nose-the-lovely-frangipani/
- “CaFleureBon: Tropical Flowers and Fruits in Perfumery,” contributed by Elise Pearlstine, July 2012, http://www.cafleurebon.com/cafleurebontropical-flowers-and-fruits-in-perfumery-12-perfume-postcards-from-paradise-draw/
- “Frequent Questions: Differences between Plumeria, Frangipani, Jasmine, Sampaguita & Pikake,” Elena Vosnaki, March 2011, http://perfumeshrine.blogspot.com/2011/03/frequent-questions-differences-between.html
- “Frangipani & Leather,” Ayala Moriel, July 2008, http://ayalasmellyblog.blogspot.com/2008/07/frangipani-leather.html
- “Frangipani,” Jeca (author), https://www.fragrantica.com/notes/Frangipani-151.html
- “Constituents of essential oils from the leaf and flower of Plumeria alba grown in Nigeria”. Lawal OA, Ogunwande IA, Opoku AR. Nat Prod Commun. 2014 Nov;9(11):1613-4. PMID: 25532294
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