HOW DO YOU USE A HYDROSOL?
Hydrosols can be put in water to either drink (although you need training to do this) or in any aromatherapy formulations for skin, physical pain and emotional pain. Additionally, you can use them in your cooking and baking as well as cleaning and disinfecting. They are great in martinis and coffee!
Essential oils and hydrosols have some similar properties, but hydrosols have a much higher water content. This means they're gentler than essential oils and can be applied directly to your skin without needing to dilute them with a carrier oil. They also have a more subtle scent than their essential oil counterparts.
Store your hydrosols in a room that is kept cool and dry. Hydrosols can be refrigerated (not frozen!) to prolong their shelf life. Don't allow unsterilized items like your fingers, cotton balls or other items to come into direct contact with the hydrosols you are storing.