The familiar leaves are heart shaped and slightly downy. The essential oil is inspiring and useful on sensitive skin conditions. Often used in blends to deal with grief and loss
The sweet-scented Violet appears at the end of February and has finished blooming by the end of April.
The familiar leaves are heart-shaped, slightly downy, especially beneath, on stalks rising alternately from a creeping rhizome or underground stem, the blades of the young leaves rolled up from each side into the middle on the face of the leaf into two tight coils.
Violet Leaf has a green, earthy, leafy note with a tender floral undertone. Adds a sophistication to floral blends and is the key ingredient to high quality perfumes.
Violet Leaf generally blends well with other essential oils and is perfect as a fixative. Specific pairings include Tuberose, oils from the floral family, Clary Sage, Lavender, Benzoin, Cumin, Basil, oils from the citrus family, Sandalwood, Geranium, and oils from the spice family.
Nonadienal, parmone, hexyl alcohol, bezyl alcohol
As with all Essential oils, we do not recommend the use of Essential Oils during pregnancy.
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