Lemongrass Essential Oil

Code: 8586021852177 Herbaceous

Volume 10 ml / 0.34 fl oz
  • £ 6,20

(£ 5,17 exclusive VAT)


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Product description

100% essential oil - Lemongrass is produced by steam distillation of Lemon grass leaves. This essential oil has a bright, fresh lemon aroma and exceptional therapeutic properties. Lemon grass is a tall, fast-growing aromatic perennial grass that grows up to 1.5 meters tall. (4 feet) It is native to Asia, and is now mostly grown in the West Indies, Africa and tropical Asia.

EFFECTS

General

protects cells from oxidative damage

strengthens

Skin care

tones the skin

increases flexibility

neutralizes microbes

neutralizes insects (especially mosquitoes)

deodorizes

reduces sebum production

helps treat skin blemishes

Immune system

neutralizes microbes

reduces body temperature

disinfects

Musculoskeletal system

soothes sore and aching muscles, tendons and joints

Digestive system

settles digestion

increases intestinal absorption

supports normal peristalsis

stimulates the digestive system

Circulatory system

increases circulation

helps to reduce excessive buildup of fluid in the body

Reproductive system

neutralizes the Candida albicans yeast infection

increases milk production in breast feeding mothers

Nervous system

improves mental health

uplifting

improves mood

strengthens and soothes the nervous system

helps relieve stress and nervous tension

promotes sleep

ENERGETICS

Lemongrass essential oil has been used in Ayurveda for centuries to treat infectious diseases and fever.

AROMATHERAPY DETAILS

Essential Oil Lemongrass has a deep, grassy-lemon citrus aroma with a slightly sweet balsamic, musky and earthy undertone. Blends well with pine, basil, thyme, lavender, rosemary, marjoram, cedarwood, eucalyptus, geranium and lemon.

SAFETY

Essential Oil Lemon grass is non-toxic, however should be avoided in cases of glaucoma and not used on children. Use cautiously in cases of prostatic hyperplasia, skin hypersensitivity or epidermal damage. Always first perform a patch test to ensure there is no allergic reaction or sensitivity.

Do not use during pregnancy. Do not take internally.


Use

Inhalation

Direct inhalation, diffuser, oil vaporizer (aroma lamp).

Lemon grass is excellent for clearing and disinfecting the air in the home or office.

As an insect repellent use a highly effective diffusion blend of cedarwood, lemon grass, eucalyptus, fir needle and orange.

Body

massage, compress, skin care

Lemongrass essential oil tightens the elastin fibers in the epidermis and subcutis (the connective tissues). Recommended for aftercare of sports injuries, such as sprains, bruises and dislocations. This oil is excellent as an antifungal agent against Candide, which is a naturally occurring fungus in our body that due to dietary imbalances (too high sugar intake) can "overgrow", resulting in vaginal mycosis and rashes (especially on the feet). To utilize its properties, topical application may be best at 5-10% dilution in any carrier oil. Lemongrass essential oil is also used as a mosquito repellent. It is particularly effective in combination with other essential oils such as Geranium, Lemon Tea Tree and Lemon. These oils can be combined in topical preparations (with a total essential oil concentration of up to 15%). To temporarily soothe muscular pains, add a few drops of this essential oil into Epsom salt or directly into a warm bath.


Ingredients

Cymbopogon flexuosus Leaf Oil.


Country of Origin

India.



Producer
Tuli A Tuli Laboratories s. r. o., Pezinská 5104, Malacky 901 01
INGREDIENTS

Cymbopogon flexuosus Leaf Oil.


Use

Inhalation

Direct inhalation, diffuser, oil vaporizer (aroma lamp).

Lemon grass is excellent for clearing and disinfecting the air in the home or office.

As an insect repellent use a highly effective diffusion blend of cedarwood, lemon grass, eucalyptus, fir needle and orange.

Body

massage, compress, skin care

Lemongrass essential oil tightens the elastin fibers in the epidermis and subcutis (the connective tissues). Recommended for aftercare of sports injuries, such as sprains, bruises and dislocations. This oil is excellent as an antifungal agent against Candide, which is a naturally occurring fungus in our body that due to dietary imbalances (too high sugar intake) can "overgrow", resulting in vaginal mycosis and rashes (especially on the feet). To utilize its properties, topical application may be best at 5-10% dilution in any carrier oil. Lemongrass essential oil is also used as a mosquito repellent. It is particularly effective in combination with other essential oils such as Geranium, Lemon Tea Tree and Lemon. These oils can be combined in topical preparations (with a total essential oil concentration of up to 15%). To temporarily soothe muscular pains, add a few drops of this essential oil into Epsom salt or directly into a warm bath.

List of allergens
A list of allergens that may cause a skin allergic reaction in some sensitive individuals. Pursuant to Section 49 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) 1223/2009 on cosmetic products.

Citral
Citral is a colorless or pale terpenoid with a strong fresh scent of a lemon peel. It is naturally present in the oils of several citrus plants such as lemon myrtle or lemongrass.
Citronellol
Citronellol is a natural acyclic monoterpenoid, which is a colorless, sometimes amber liquid that has a pleasant lemon scent that is close to the rose. It naturally occurs in several essential oils.
Eugenol
Eugenol is a natural phenylpropene, a colorless to pale yellow aromatic oil that is present in some essential oils. It has a pleasant, spicy flavor after a clove. It has significant antiseptic and analgesic effects.
Geraniol
Geraniol is a natural colorless substance that is found in a wide range of essential oils. It has a sweet floral scent that is similar to the scent of rose.
Limonene
Limonene belongs to the family of monoterpenic carbides and is a molecule with the fragrance of lemon and oranges. Limonene is a natural part of some plants, trees, fruits and vegetables (especially citrus fruits).
Linalool
Linalool is a molecule that is naturally present in almost all essential oils, in lesser or greater concentration. It is a colorless compound with a fresh, sweet floral scent.

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