Biodynamic Hydrosols – Rare and Unusual
The word HYDROSOL is derived from Latin meaning “water solution.” In the world of aromatherapy hydrosols are also known as hydrolats and plant waters. However, they do not come just from flowers and plants, but also roots, bark, branches, needles, leaves, fruits and seeds.
Hydrosols are the condensate water co-produced during the steam distillation of plant material for aromatherapeutic purposes. Every drop of Hydrosol contains all the plant’s elemental expression: water soluble components, essential oil molecules, and the fluid flowing through the plant when it was collected. They offer healing properties and access to the actual “life force” of the plant.
Significantly milder than essential oils, hydrosols offer a gentle dose of the aromatic plant’s healing expression and yet are still highly effective.
Sophia’s Garden Hydrosols may help your body, emotions & mind:
• calm and rejuvenate
• clear out old emotions
• purify and cleanse your energetic field
• ease anger and lift up sadness
• relieve and rehydrate rashes and burns
• eliminate toxins
• bless your environment
• and more!
USING YOUR HYDROSOLS
Our MIRON midnight sky violet glass bottles protect the precious waters from light and preserve the bio-energy. If possible store in a cool place with no direct sun light.
Spritz all over face and body to rejuvenate the skin and mood.
Place a hydrosol soaked cloth on sunburn, stings and bites to cool and calm the skin.
Place a steaming hydrosol in a bowl, lean face above bowl and cover head with a towel to breathe in the gentle aroma. Experience the ultra skin hydrating benefits.
Place a hydrosol soaked ( or steamed ) cloth on face to open pores or enhance a facial mask.
Spritz liberally for energetic enhancement of your environment.
Spritz on your pillow. Bath bliss: Put two to three tablespoons of hydrosol in your bath water to enhance with gentle aroma and healing benefits for the body, mind and spirit.
Sophia’s Garden ~ Complete HYDROSOL LIST
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• California Poppy
• Chamomiles, German & Roman
• Chinese Mugwort
• Clary Sage
• Lavender angustofolia
(Sarah and Alpine)
• Lavender grosso ‘Provence’
• Lemon Balm ‘Melissa’
• Lemon Verbena