Since this is a very precious and expensive oil, I am only selling it online in 5% dilution with jojoba oil in a 5ml size. Inquire for pricing on Pink Lotus Absolute undiluted.
Pink Lotus is in a class by itself. I was looking for something dreamy, ethereal, high frequency, and with a light, sweet aroma that could really catch my attention. Needless to say - this Pink Lotus delivered!
The aroma is actually better when opened up with a carrier oil - and it is still plenty powerful!! I use this as a sacred oil, it creates a beautiful harmonic resonance in the energetic body - it pulls you up to it.
Commonly used for — Aroma, love, heighten spiritual growth, ritual, offerings, meditation, calming, soothing, sacred perfumes.
Aroma — Delicate, subtle, sweet, rich, deep -fruity/leathery undertones.
Latin Name — Nelumbo nucifera
Country of Origin — India
Extraction Method — Absolute, solvent extracted
History - "Lotus flowers have been used throughout history in South Asia and have been featured in Buddhist and Hindu art, architecture and literature. It was even a symbolically important plant before the religions at the time of the Indus Valley civilization. The flowers became symbolic of immortality and resurrection because people observed that they would grow from the bottom of dried up pools after the monsoon rains. Despite its early use, it was Buddhism which first brought the lotus symbol to widespread use. Lotus medallions are prominent on the Buddhist places of worship at Sanchi in Madhaya Pradesh and Amaravati in Andhra Pradesh dating from the 2nd century BC to the 2nd century AD. As Buddhism spread from India to Central Asia and China in the first few centuries AD, lotus flowers were used to represent Buddha. They featured on rosettes, scrolls, motifs and iconography. The giant leaves of lotus plants were used as plates in ancient India, and its seeds and roots are still considered a delicacy. 11th and 12th century texts noted lotus dishes and feasts in which lotus leaves were consumed." From Chris McMahon