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Lemongrass | Essential Oil (10ml)

As a grassy tropical plant, Lemongrass is used in both cooking and herbal treatment. Its essential oil is made from the leaves and stalks of the lemongrass plant and has a strong citrus fragrance.

Lemongrass oil has a slew of possible health benefits but is widely used to treat stomach issues and high blood pressure. In aromatherapy this essential oil is a popular tool for stress, anxiety, and depression relief.

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  • Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus
  • Origin: Cambodia
  • Processing method: Steam Distilled

$5.75

Lemongrass | Essential Oil (10ml)

As a grassy tropical plant, Lemongrass is used in both cooking and herbal treatment. Its essential oil is made from the leaves and stalks of the lemongrass plant and has a strong citrus fragrance.

Lemongrass oil has a slew of possible health benefits but is widely used to treat stomach issues and high blood pressure. In aromatherapy this essential oil is a popular tool for stress, anxiety, and depression relief.

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  • Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus
  • Origin: Cambodia
  • Processing method: Steam Distilled

$5.75

• Fight skin infections

• Lowers cholesterol

• Calms digestive disorders

• Eliminates dandruff

• Reduces anxiety

• Stress reliever

Freshens up the atmosphere

• Reduces pain and muscle cramps

• Keep mosquitos at bay

Lemongrass is a tropical plant that is native to Africa, Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, and Oceania, where it has been utilized for medicinal, cosmetic, and culinary uses for centuries.

It has been utilized as a flavoring agent in beverages, sweets, and other culinary preparations in nations such as India, China, and Thailand for its capacity to promote better digestion, increase circulation and immunity, treat infections, and relieve irregularities in menstrual cycles.

Lemongrass is known as “fever grass” in various cultures because of its ability to decrease fever. Lemongrass was traditionally used to produce soups, curries, and a native beverage known as “fever tea,” which was believed to treat not only fevers but also diarrhea, irregular menstruation, stomach problems, and skin infections in East India and Sri Lanka.

It was used in China for similar purposes. It is still used to treat high blood pressure and aid digestion in Cuba and the Caribbean today.

Lemongrass essential oil is one of the most widely used essential oils today due to its effectiveness, health benefits, and wide range of uses.

  • Skin : Add 1 to 2 drops with your skincare cream to help achieve glowing and evenly toned skinAs a toner, you can dilute a couple of drops and use it with a cotton pad directly on your skin to cleanses pores and strengthens skin tissues.

 

  • Hair & skin wash – Blending a couple of drops of your Lemongrass Oil into shampoo and body washes – Rub it into the scalp and body – It will help strengthen hair, stimulate growth, and relieve itchiness and irritation on the scalp and skin

 

  • Mouthwash – Lemongrass is a traditional toothache remedy – Blend 6 drops lemongrass essential oil with 1 cup of water or vodka, and swish with about 2 teaspoons of the solution. – Don’t swallow this remedy; spit it out as you would a commercial mouth rinse.

In aromatherapy, Lemongrass acts as a natural perfume and a non-toxic air freshener that creates a relaxing atmosphere and deodorizes unpleasant scents, but not only.

  • Inhalation: Mixed into 1 cup of water, 10 to 12 drops of lemongrass essential oil make a refreshing room spray that can help you focus.
  • Bath: Make a soak for sore muscles by blending 20 drops of lemongrass with 2 cups of Epsom salt. Spend 15 to 30 minutes relaxing and you’ll emerge feeling light and refreshed.
  • Do not use during the first 3 months of pregnancy.
  • Possible skin irritation; always use diluted on the skin. 
  • Keep away from children.
  • Avoid contact with the eyes.
  • Some natural compounds contained in this essential oil may present a risk of allergy for sensitive individuals when the essential oil is incorporated into a cosmetic composition: geraniol, citronnellol, limonene, eugenol, linalool, citral (geranial and neral).
  • As a general guideline, make a test application of your preparation, in the fold of the elbow, at least 48 hours before using it.

 

  • WARNING: These properties, indications and methods of use are taken from reference books or websites in aromatherapy. This informations are given for informative purposes, they do not represent any medical advice, or involve our responsibility. For any use in a therapeutic purpose, consult a doctor.

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