How To Make Wax Liquidizer Juice: The Simplest, Easiest Recipe

Making wax liquidizer juice is the easiest and most cost-effective method for extracting essential oil from your plant materials. If you have a large collection of botanical oils and want to use them, this is the best recipe you can find.

You’ll get the most out of each oil by using it as quickly as possible. But don’t worry—making your own wax liquidizer juice is also super safe! Read on to learn how to make wax liquidizer juice, as well as which plants are best for making this easy and affordable extract.

What Is Wax Liquidizer Juice?

Wax liquidizer juice is a concentrated, tinctured mixture of oils. It’s typically made from a small number of botanicals, and it’s typically very strong. The oils in it are distilled and then combined in a way that kills all the bacteria, yeast, and mold in them.

This kills the majority of any scent that is left in the oil. The process removes the plant’s waxes as well.

The end result is a nearly odorless, highly concentrated oil that looks and smells like water. Wax liquidizer is the most basic form of essential oil extraction. It’s a super easy and affordable way to quickly and easily use up your collection of botanicals.

Why Make Wax Liquidizer Juice?

Wax liquidizer is a great alternative to other methods of extractions because it’s so cheap, easy, and safe. But that’s not why you should make this recipe—let’s back up just a second.

Essential oils are incredibly powerful, but they’re often expensive and hard to find. That’s why people make their own: to save money, and to get oils that work well for them.

What’s especially awesome about wax liquidizer is that it can quickly be turned into a reusable bottle. That means that you can take a few drops with you when you travel or go hiking. It also means that you can use up all your oils in one fell swoop.

Is there any other way to save money like this?

Safety with Whisking and heating

Safety is always first with me when I make anything, especially essential oils. When making wax liquidizer juice, you’re making a concentrated oil that looks and smells like water.

One of the most common things for people doing essential oil extraction is to be safe. If you’re not sure, don’t do it. Wax liquidizer is safe, but you have to be careful when making and storing it. That’s why you always need to do a few things.

First, make sure that you don’t put anything in the container that’s going to get heat and oil-bourne. That could mean anything from putting it in the dishwasher to putting it in a pot on the stove, to pouring it into a mug and heating it up.

Second, always use a double boiler to make a wax liquidizer. This is so you can easily make sure that your container is safe from any oils that might spill out of it.

Finally, when you’re heating your oil, make sure you don’t take your eye off the pot. That means that you shouldn’t leave the house or your kitchen while you’re heating up your jar. You could accidentally set your whole house on fire!

Making the actual wax liquidizer juice

This part should be easy. You’ll want to gather all your oils, and then add them to a jar with a lid. Now you’ll want to put that jar in a warm spot, like a cupboard. Make sure it’s out of the way, of course.

Your goal is to heat the oils over low heat for about 24 hours until all the wax has been removed. After that, you’ll want to strain out the plant material and seeds. You can either use a strainer or let it sit in a honey filter.

Or you could even mash everything up with a blender and strain that. This step is super important because it removes any waxes that were in the plant material, leaving you with pure, odorless oil.

Storage of wax liquidizer juice

While you can store wax liquidizer juice for as long as you want, it is recommended to keep it in a dark, cool place. That way, you can keep it for up to two years, and it’s relatively safe from any contaminants.

Any oils that are kept in an open container (like a glass jar) will eventually go rancid.

This happens when oxygen gets to the oil, which is especially common in an open container. We would recommend keeping your oils in a dark glass container with a lid or honey filter in it. That way, you can tightly lock it up and keep oxygen out.

Which Plants to Use For Wax Liquidizer Juice

There are plenty of plants that can be used for making wax liquidizer juice, but the best ones are ones that are strong, easy to grow, and cheap. Borage – This one has a lovely, delicate scent that is great for many things but is especially good for linen and citrus scents.

  • Peppermint – This is by far the best peppermint oil for making wax liquidizer juice. It’s strong and clean and has a lovely strength to it. It’s also easy to grow and inexpensive.
  • Orange – If you’re looking for the classic orange scent, you can’t go wrong with this one. It’s a great, cheap, non-aromatic citrus for making wax liquidizer juice.
  • Grapefruit – The grapefruit is great non-aromatic citrus for making wax liquidizer juice. It’s also easy to grow and inexpensive.

Final Words

Are you excited to give this recipe a try?

Remember to always use it safely, and store your wax liquidizer juice in a cool, dark place. And remember—you can store it for two years! And don’t forget to share this article with your friends who might also be interested in making their own essential oils.