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Artisan Essential Oils

All Artisan Essential Oils™ are obtained directly from trusted eco-friendly growers and distillers.

Each of the Artisan Essential Oils™ was personally selected by Dr. Joie Power and is of the very best quality. These Artisan Essential Oils™ are not mass produced - they are produced one drop at a time by folks who care about what they're doing and strive to offer the very best in essentail oils. These exquisite oils offer excellent value considering the individual attention given to producing each one by people who care about their rare and unique nature. When you inhale the aroma of any of our exceptional Artisan Essential Oils™, you will immediately recognize it as being one of the finest oils anywhere.

The School no longer sells products but, for all of your Essential Oil and Aromatherapy needs, we recommend purchasing from: Artisan Aromatics.
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      1 ml = 20-25 dp
     5 ml = 1/6 oz
  10 ml = 1/3 oz
  15 ml = 1/2 oz
30 ml = 1 oz

Tuberose Essential Oil

(Tuberose Absolute)
Botanical Name: Polianthes tuberosa
Origin: South America
Cultivation: Organic
Method of Extraction: Enfleurage
Source: Flower Petals
Note: Middle to Top
Aroma: Floral, Sweet, Rich, Slightly Spicy, Sensuous Main Chemical Components: methyl benzoate, methyl anthranilate, benzyl alcohol, butyric acid, eugenol, nerol, farnesol, geraniol
Blends Well With: carnation, gardenia, jasmin, neroli, peru balsam, rose otto, violet, ylang ylang
Properties: Perfume, aphrodisiac, deodorant, relaxing, sedative, warming, antiseptic

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Tuberose Flower used to produce Tuberose Essential Oil Description and Uses: Our organic Tuberose Essential Oil is pure undiluted Tuberose Oil extracted by Enfleurage. Most Tuberose Oil is extracted by harsh chemical solvents and is therefore called an "absolute" (Tuberose Absolute). Our Tuberose Oil is technically an absolute, but it is extracted in a different way using the ancient proces of enfleurage. The entire process of extracting the tuberose oil it done by hand using no heat and no chemical solvents (other than local organic alcohol). Pure local palm oil is used to absorb the aromatic oils from the tuberose flower petals and once the palm oil is completely saturated with the essence of the tuberose flower then the palm oil is separated from the Tuberose oil by cane sugar alcohol which is then evaporated to leave only the Tuberose oil. The process for producing the Tuberose Essential Oil by Enfleurage is quite labor intensive and requires many pounds of tuberose flower petals per ml of oil but the results are astounding. If you close your eyes and inhale the aroma of the oil, you'll find that the aromatic essence is quite similar to that of the actual tuberose flower. For a more complete description of the enfleurage extraction process, go to our web page: Enfleurage

Note: More information on our organic Tuberose essential oil is Continued Below.

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Tuberose Field used to produce Tuberose Essential Oil More Info: Tuberose essential oil is one of the most precious oils in the world and is renouned for its' mesmerizing aroma and fragrance. During the extraction process, fresh, fully opened flowers are plucked from the tuberose plant and carefully laid on trays covered with a layer of palm oil. The essential oils from the flower petals slowly migrate to the palm oil and the process is repeated until the palm oil is completely saturated with the oil of the Tuberose. Then the Tuberose oil is separated from the palm oil by alcohol which then evaporated leaving only the pure Tuberose oil, i.e., Tuberose Essential Oil.

The heavy, sometimes slightly spicy, tenacious and sweet-floral fragrance of the Tuberose flower is quite distinct from all others. Perfumes using Tuberose are considered to be quite fabulous and are very expensive. In fact, a simple Tuberose Perfume can be made by simply diluting the Tuberose Essential Oil to about 5% in a carrier or base oil on in alcohol or a combo of the two. The unique aroma of Tuberose can rejuvenate the mind and body and Tuberose's magical fragrance is also considered to have powers as an aphrodisiac. In India it is called "Mistress of the Night". Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa) is native to Central America. Aztec healers called it omixochitl (bone-flower) due to the waxy, luminous white flowers. In Ayurvedic tradition, tuberose is also known to stimulate serenity, creativity and psychic powers and is used to increase capacity for emotional depth by opening the crown chakra. Tuberose is also said to increase artistic inspiration as it stimulates creativity and brings serenity to the mind and heart. Additionally, it possesses powerful anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory healing properties as well.

Tuberose oil cannot be distilled like most essential oils due to the delicate nature of the flowers. Enfleurage was the traditional method of extraction used in ancient Egypt and into the early 20th century but solvent extraction using hexane, to create "absolutes", has virtually replaced enfleurage, except, of course, for our own Tuberose Essential Oil. Solvent extracted Tuberose is used extensively by the perfume industry but, again, not by us (no chemicals are used to extract the Tuberose that we sell). Either method (enfleurage or solvent extraction) is time consuming and oil yields are quite small for the amount of materials used. Over 3500 pounds of blossoms are needed to produce 1 pound of the essential oil which is why Tuberose Essential Oil is one of the most expensive oils on earth, even more than most rose attars. Tuberose oil is frequently combined with jasmine and orange blossom in perfumery to produce a tuberose perfume. In traditional Hawaian wedding ceremoniesTuberose flowers are worn as a wreath around the head of the bride.

Aphrodisiac: Known by its romantic and sensual names “Night Queen” and “Mistress of the Night”, Tuberose essential oil behaves as an aphrodisiac and its very strong, intense and intoxicating floral fragrance fills the air and creates an atmosphere of love. Tuberose oil is found to be very effective in treating frigidity and lack of libido etc. Specific components of this essential oil stimulate those parts of the brain which are responsible for arousals, sexual feelings and libido. It also relaxes the mind and relieves tension and has a warming effect on the organs as it increases circulation of blood which in turn helps cure erectile dysfunctions, impotency etc.

Deodorant: Tuberose Essential Oil is world famous for its use in perfumes and the rich, intense and long lasting floral fragrance is an ideal choice for a deodorant and that is why it is so popular in the countries with hot and humid climate, as they have to deal with sweat and resultant body odor.

Relaxing: The pleasant fragrance and some components of this oil have relaxing effects on the brain, nerves and the muscles. It calms down and gives relief from stress, tension, anxiety, depression, anger, nervous afflictions, convulsions, cramps, spasmodic coughs and diarrhoea etc.

Sedative: This essential oil is good in sedating inflammations,particularly pertaining to nervous system and the respiratory system. But to have this sedating effect, it should be used in good dilution.

Warming: Tuberose Essential Oil stimulates and increases blood circulation in the body thereby inducing a warming effect. This effect counters feeling of cold in winters, keeps the respiratory system warm and prevents deposition of phlegm and catarrh, increases activity and also helps cure sexual disorders.

Safety Considerations:

  • Do not take essential oils internally.
  • Do not apply to eyes, sensitive areas or mucous membranes.
  • Do not apply undiluted to skin (for directions on proper dilution refer to an aromatherapy text).
  • The information on this website is not intended to diagnose or prescribe.
  • Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should not use essential oils without first consulting an appropriately trained healthcare practitioner.
  • The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA.
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