Honey Suckle Attar

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This traditional perfume oil is extracted from the fresh flowers of Honeysuckle plant. This plant botanically known as Diervilla sessilifolia and belongs to the Caprifoliaceae family. It is recognized by various synonyms such as European honeysuckle, white honeysuckle, Japanese Honeysuckle and many more. It usually prefers full sun but can also survive in partial sun. This plant is extensively found in China, and more than 180 species of this plant is found at different places all around the world. 

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Botanical Name Diervilla sessilifolia
Origin It has originated from Europe and USA
Method of Extraction & Part of Plant Used It is extracted by Hydro-Distillation process. Flowers of Honeysuckle plant is used to extract this perfume oil.

It possesses delicate, rich and refreshing aroma.


Pregnant women should avoid using this attar without proper medicinal advice. 

Due to its refreshing, enchanting, vibrant and effervescent whiff this traditional perfume oil is used by lots of industries on a large scale. 

Perfumery:  This traditional perfume oil is used by most of the perfume industries in the production of several perfumes having fragrance of honeysuckle flower. 
Aromatherapy: This traditional attar is used enormously in aroma therapy treatments because of its revitalizing, refreshing and soothing effect on mind as well as on body. It is highly effective in providing relief from the stressed and anxious state of mind. Even depression can also be cured easily by using this traditional perfume oil as it has amazing power to stimulate your mood and fill positive and cheerful feeling in your mind.
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