True and false pure dew identification column
Hydrosol is a living plant flower water, its biggest feature is its change and activity 4

Hydrosol is a living plant flower water

Aromatic plants are a kind of agricultural products, that is, it is a living organism that absorbs the nourishment of the heavens and the earth. "Activity" is its biggest characteristic, and "change" is the basic attribute that always exists. At the same time, the aromatic plants that grow between the heaven and the earth, the temperature of rain and the sun, etc., all depend on the face of "God God", so what kind of pure dew we can get every year depends on what God gives us. 

1. Does the hydrosol have to be as clear as water?

Not all the pure dew that has just been distilled is clear. This milky pure dew is a freshly extracted clove dew. In the vibration extraction and refining of water and fire distillation, a series of changes have taken place in the organic solutes and aromatic molecules dissolved in water. Therefore, in the pure dew that has just been distilled, we can see that it is still in a relatively "excited" pure dew. In the dew state, the active ingredients such as aromatic molecules and organic solutes have not been completely stabilized. At this time, the pure dew is not necessarily clear. After a period of stable fusion of the "maturation period", the pure dew will be stored for a period of time. Become clear and transparent.


2. Will the smell of hydrosol be close to native plants or essential oils?

Consumers who have used essential oils probably all feel that the aroma of many essential oils seems to be different from the taste of the plant, and the same is true for pure dew. why? Simply put, in the distillation, a plant is heated to force out the aromatic molecules (this is the active ingredient we need), and then after cooling, the collected liquid, the top is the essential oil, the bottom is the pure dew we want, I What I want to tell everyone is:
First, not all aromatic components and effective substances can escape from distillation. For example, some "very heavy" macromolecular substances cannot be carried by steam, and the distillation time cannot last for that long. It can only stay in plants. It’s impossible to get out, but these are also the constituent molecules of plant aromas.
Second, both hydrosols and essential oils are healing products condensed by plants through distillation. "Concentration" will make the aroma more concentrated. For our ordinary people's noses, we will definitely feel a different taste of the plant.

3. Should the odor of pure dew remain unchanged from the initial distillation to the mature period?

Let's give an example, such as Rose Hydrosol, which has a rich aroma after two months of maturation, while the freshly distilled taste is very green. As mentioned above, hydrosol is a plant extract with "active" and "variable" properties like essential oils, so after the initial distillation of hydrosol, you must give it some time (usually 1-6 months) to mature, so that After distillation, the chaotic and unstable aromatic molecules and the synergy between them slowly stabilized. This is the same as the maturation of red wine. Therefore, there are differences in appearance and smell when pure dew is first distilled and matured. There are also differences in pH.