Passionfruit Essential Oil (Passiflora edulis)


Passion Fruit may also be referred to as Maracuja, Lilikoi, Parcha, Wild Passion Vine, Apricot Vine, and Maypop. It is typically processed in Brazil, Sri Lanka, Peru using cold pressed as a method for extracting oil from the fruit or seeds.

Essential Facts

  • Aroma Description:

    Floral Musky Sweet Warm Woody

  • Common Name(s): Maracuja, Lilikoi, Parcha, Wild Passion Vine, Apricot Vine, and Maypop
  • Synonyms(s) for Passiflora edulis: Passiflora cuneifolia, Passiflora diaden, Passiflora iodocarpa, Passiflora pallidiflora, Passiflora picroderma, Passiflora pomifera, Passiflora rubricaulis, Passiflora vernicosa

  • Botanical Family: Passifloraceae
  • Botanical Genus: Passiflora
  • Major Compounds: Ascorbic acid, β-carotene, Calcium, Flavanoids, Phosphorus, and Potassium
  • Perfumery Note: Floral, Musky, Vanilla
  • Color: Light Yellow
  • Countries of Production: Brazil, Sri Lanka, Peru
  • Indigenous Country: Southern Brazil through Paraguay and Northern Argentina
  • Processing Methods: Cold Pressed
  • Part Typically Used: Fruit or Seeds
  • Shelf Life: 3 Years
  • Vegan Vegan
  • Not Pregnancy Safe Not recommended or safe if pregnant or nursing
  • Not Child Safe Not recommend or safe for children