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Recall yourself as a child, entranced by the wonders of the outdoors as you run across lush green grass and beneath swaying trees, following the honey-sweet aroma guiding you towards a climbing shrub thriving in the shade. This hardy climber with its heady fragrance and pale yellow flowers is commonly known as honeysuckle, and it has certainly earned its name! These nectar-filled blooms are known to attract all sorts of wildlife, including the elusive hummingbird, and emit a nostalgic aroma so intoxicating it has become a must-have fragrance oil!
Floral and jasmine-like, with fruity, honeyed sweetness
History of Honeysuckle
Named after famous Renaissance botanist Adam Lonicer, Lonicera periclymenum has a history of use beyond the simple enjoyment of its aroma. Its strong, fibrous stems have been used in textiles and binding, and the honey-like nectar is enjoyed by children of certain cultures as a sweet treat from Mother Nature! Greek monasteries have been making use of honeysuckle’s familiar fragrance for years, creating soaps and other pleasantly scented toiletries from the plant.
How to Use Honeysuckle Fragrance Oil
Enjoy the sweet, nectar-like aroma of honeysuckle fragrance oil in candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!
To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles, check out this simple step-by-step on The Pipe Line!