Absolute of Thai origin
It's gorgeous! Unbelievable! The idea that these tiny little delectable bursts of flower could join together in such overwhelming ambrosia.....it just boggles the mind. FYI-osmanthus is related to both jasmine and lilac!
This is also known as Sweet Olive and this oil is delicious, with apricot and pear juiciness! A must for any perfumer. Poor Mr. Arctander has nothing to say about this aromatic miracle as he had no experience with it. What does osmanthus "do?" No idea! It doesn't have to do anything! It's a big bursting floral with velvety tones of apricot and peach and green leaves of love! Really, you want an individual, assertive, exceptional absolute to play with? Osmanthus. Enough said.
All 2 ml. essential oils & absolutes come in a tamper proof 5ml. bottle
Posted by Unknown on 17th Aug 2019
The flower drank as a tea is said to be good for digestive issues, antidepressants, euphoric, and also very good with upper respiratory infections. However, I am not sure about the claims. It’s always very pleasant to smell it. It’s uplifting, and calming anxiety at the same time. Certain group of lady swears by it,, and can’t get the authentic Osmanthus.. so this is the place to get it.