How To Extract Essential Oils
Essential Oil Distillation with the 4-inch Essential Oil Still, Easy And Affordable, electric, will last forever.
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Cedar Oil Made with the Rainier Distillers 4-inch Essential Oil Distiller, also on YouTube the distillation process.
Distill your own backyard. Make lovely oils for the lady. Infuse Alcohol with herbs.
- Lavender I did in one afternoon
- More Lavender
- Someone made 177 ounces with my still
- Here is the same customer making Rosemary Essential Oil with the Essential Oil Distiller I sell
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Make sure you have fire extinguisher close by. First: Gather your local product. It could be from your farm, garden, or backyard. Fill a bucket with 7 gallons water (for a 15-gallon electric keg) Pour into the boiler, with a funnel. Then add 1 tablespoon of salt to speed up the boiling temperature. Then plug in the keg boilers 2x 1500 w elements. Or set up for propane or wood fire. (Propane, Electric, or Wood Fire, this Still can be used with, just cover the caps where elements are) Place the leaves and twigs in the distillation column on top of the grating. Place the gasket on top of the ferrule. You can put on Vaseline on the joints if you like. This keeps it from sticking. Attach the hoses, which are attached to your garden hoses. One is the inlet and another garden hose for outlet. Place the outlet to water your garden while running. Hook the hoses up, the Blue to your water garden hose.
When the water steams and starts to boil, you know this because the tower column is hot to the touch, turn on your water faucet , just enough so there is a trickle coming out of the outlet hose. This will cool your condenser which cools vapors back to liquid. It should start heating up essential oil still and start distilling. Make sure you have incoming water in the blue hose to cool down the condenser. Bring the water to a boil at 212°F, it will start to steam, then turn on the water. The steam will vaporize the oil within the copper column. The oil then goes thru a cooling condenser and will turn back into a liquid. Be sure to put a bowl to collect the liquid. Then freeze and pour off oil or use an oil separator.
See our Distilling Multimedia page for photos and videos of distilling with Lavender, Cedar, Douglas Fir, Lemon, Orange, Mint, Oregano, Sage, Verbena, Thyme, Rosemary and Much Much more!
Oregano Oil… just one run!
Customer Review of this still: “Sh*t ya u wouldn’t believe how much oil I’ve gotten out of this still gallons and gallons. I recommended getting two extra copper modulars to increase production x2”