Tansy floral water, also known as tansy hydrosol or tansy distillate, is a byproduct of the steam distillation process used to extract tansy essential oil. It is a clear, colorless liquid with a subtle, herbaceous scent. Tansy floral water has a wide range of applications in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and culinary industries.
Synonyms: Tansy hydrosol, tansy distillate, tansy flower water.
Botanical names: The botanical name of tansy is Tanacetum vulgare.
Chemical composition: Tansy floral water contains a variety of compounds, including monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, and flavonoids. The primary constituents of tansy floral water are thujone, camphor, borneol, and pinene.
Growing Locations: Tansy is native to Europe and Asia but can be found growing in many parts of the world. It is often cultivated as a garden plant and can also be found growing wild in fields and meadows.