Cleanse Your Mind, Body and Soul With the Fragrance of Frangipani Oil


What Is Frangipani Oil? Frangipani oil comes from frangipani, also known as plumeria, a member of the Apocynaceae (Dogbane family). The plant is related to oleander (Nerium oleander) and has different species that can be distinguished by their differently shaped leaves and growing habits. The tree is native to Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America — a beautiful but fast and easy growing plant that is commonly seen in gardens and temples.1 Plumeria flowers are large, fragrant and red and bloom during summer and fall. Other varieties produce flowers that are yellow and white.2 Frangipani oil has a strong, rich, heady and exotic fragrance that makes it valuable in perfumery. Some may even describe the scent as “romantic.” The oil is either clear or pale yellow and is slightly viscous. Uses of Frangipani Oil Frangipani flowers, and the tree itself, are known for their beauty and the decorative appeal they add to yards and gardens. In Hawaii, plumeria blooms are popularly used to
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