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The Mystical Dance of Distillation: Uncovering the Soul of Plants

In the depths of time, ancient alchemists sought an intimate connection with nature, a sacred dance between man and plant.

Distillation, this ancient art, was born in the heart of ancient civilizations, millennia ago. From China to Mesopotamia, the essence of plants was extracted, not just to heal, but to create elixirs that touched the spirit. Today, we enter this mystical world, where plant alchemy finds its purest expression.

Each distillation is a ritual, a reverence for the wisdom contained in the leaves, petals and roots. It is a spiritual journey, where the inner alchemist awakens to the magic of transformation.

When contemplating the still, we witness the miracle of condensation, where the soul of the plant rises, pure and crystalline.

In hydrolates, we find the delicate essence, a liquid song that calms the mind and revitalizes the soul. Essential oils contain the most precious elixir, the vital essence of the plant itself, captured in a precious drop.

Distillation is a symphony between the material and the spiritual, a union of ancestral and modern forces. It is a celebration of healing, beauty and transcendence.

It is the pure expression of the plant's soul, a gift from nature to the human heart.

By learning and mastering this art, we become the guardians of an ancient tradition, the heirs of plant alchemy. We are the continuators of a sacred dance that spans the centuries, honoring the magic contained in leaves and flowers, roots and seeds.

May each distillation be a prayer, each drop a link between the visible and the invisible. May each hydrolate and essential oil be a testimony to the eternal alliance between humanity and the generosity of nature.

Let us then enter this mystical world of distillation, where the soul of the plants meets the soul of the alchemist, in a timeless dance of healing, beauty and transcendence.

With love,

Teresa Feijó

Text author - Teresa Feijó

Photographs and Image 1- Pintararest

2,3,4 - Teresa Feijó



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