Frangipani comes from the magical flowers of the Tree of Life. Frangipani fragrance is considered to be one of the best fragrances. The fragrance of Frangipani has a provocative effect. In the language of flowers, Frangipani (Plumeria) are said to stand for love long in absence and it is associated with “love” in Feng Shui. According to Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs (by Scott Cunningham; Llewellyn Publications, 1984) the frangipani (plumeria) is associated with the feminine, ruled by Venus, its element is water, its deity is Buddha, its power is love and its magical uses are in love spells.
Frangipani essential oil is highly regarded for its amazing benefits to the skin (moisturizing) and hair. It is widely used in cosmetics, massage oils bath and beauty products. Also used to scent candles, potpourri, soap making, and for aromatherapy diffusers.
Its seductive and beautiful fragrance produces a celestial atmosphere that soothes, relaxes and strengthens the mind after a stressful day. Inspire Romance and uplifts emotions. Frangipani is one of the most enticing and captivating scents due to its uplifting and soul soothing qualities and Ancient Indians believed it to be the “Tree of Life” due to its healing capacity. The oil will instantly relieve stress and replenish the mind and body, to induce peace and tranquility in your internal and external awareness. It also helps one to regain confidence and self-esteem, while soothing and relaxing the nerves and muscles of the body.
“Warming” oils — such as those from Frangipani, Sandalwood, Lotus flower, Frankinense, Cinnamon and Basil — are said to have a calming influence on those suffering from fear, anxiety, insomnia or tremors, according to the principles of Ayurveda, a 5,000-year-old Indian holistic science that seeks to balance mind, body and spirit.
It is commonly referred to as the Frangipani after the famous fragrance created by Muzio Frangipani. Frangipani tree is known as the “Tree of Life”, "Temple tree", other common names are: Plumeria, In Hawaii, the name is "melia", In India, the name is "champa" or "chaffa", in thai as "Leelawadee" and as "Camboja"in Indonesia.
Relieves stress (sedative), refreshes, instills high self-esteem, inspires romance, fearlessness, self harmonizing; Uplifts overall emotions about the self and the surrounding environment.
Moisturizing on the skin (used by massage therapists to moisturize during massage). Smoothes dry and cracked skin, absorbs easily and helps keep skin soft. In India the oil has been used as the treatment for itches and fevers. It is believed that Mayan people added it for skin treatments.
Aphrodisiac, astringent, relieves inflammation, antioxidant, purifying, tones, reduces headache, relieves back pain and tinnitus, soothes and relaxes nerves and muscles; Excellent for maintaining well-functioning systems throughout the body.
Inner and outer self-awareness, inner peace and harmony, uplifts spirits and nourishes the soul.
First Chakra: Represents Courage, Passion, and Loyalty. This chakra allows one to be grounded and connected to the Earth. Fourth Chakra: Promotes love and a sense of trust in the grand design
Use in ayurvedic medicine
Great for athletic injuries, fighting aging, cleansing acne skin, healing scars, providing emotional support and bringing a feeling of relaxation, helps with respiratory problems, high blood pressure and heart palpitations. It decreases Pitta and Kapha energy and increases Vata energy.
3 drops of essential oil into water in the scented lamp or your popular diffuser.
Mix 3 drops of Frangipani with a carrier oil (such as jojoba) and apply it to your wrist or neck. Alternatively, make your own perfume by mixing Frangipani (20% concentration) with alcohol (for example, 80-90% ethanol). If you cannot get such ethanol from your pharmacy, you can also use vodka for its bland aroma.
Packaging: amber glass bottle with dropper (volume based on selected variant if applicable)
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- Diluted on skin
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- Internal use
- Kids friendly