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Lemongrass - Eirhorse Essential Oil 10ml

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Lemongrass Essential Oil 10ml - PRODUCT NOT FOR VAPING

 Lemongrass oil is obtained by the steam distillation of the leaves of the Cymbopogon schoenanthus lemongrass from Guatemala. It is one of the few essential oils in which the dominant ingredient is citral (content 75-85%). It smells extremely intense and… citrusy. People like this fragrance, and insects - on the contrary, it has antibacterial, antipyretic, antiseptic, astringent, bactericidal, carminative, diuretic, fungistatic (inhibiting the growth of fungi), sedative, insecticidal and even analgesic properties.

Insect repellants available on the market, apart from natural oils, often contain other chemical substances, such as N-diethyl-meta-tolumamide, or DEET, which in high concentrations is a highly poisonous and harmful substance. Insect treatments containing DEET should not be used by children or pregnant women.

Lemongrass essential oil has a beautiful, fresh citrus scent. Perfect as an addition to massage products, scented fireplaces, baths.

It can be used by pregnant women and young children.
Lemongrass essential oil effectively repels flying insects and ticks, especially its smell is not accepted by mosquitoes.

Latin Name: Cymbopogon Citratus.
Part Of Plant Used: Leaves.
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation.
Origin of Guatemala
MSDS Lemongrass Oil Allergen Declaration
MSDS Lemongrass Oil CLP SDS
MSDS Lemongrass Oil IFRA Certificate

Recipe for an insect repellent mixture:

  • 100 ml of oil, e.g. from sweet almonds
  • 50 drops of lemongrass essential oil
  • spray bottle

Preparation: The ingredients are mixed directly in the bottle. We apply directly to the skin.
6 other uses of lemongrass oil:

Muscle relaxation

As a component of massage oil, it warms up and stimulates the body, strengthens and firms weakened, sore muscles - this massage is recommended for athletes after injuries and convalescents weakened by a long illness.

For stomach problems

Thanks to its antiseptic properties, this oil helps in treating stomach infections. Used in massage and inhalations, it stimulates the appetite and soothes diseases and inflammations of the colon.

Natural antiperspirant

In combination with coconut oil, shea butter or baking soda, the oil creates an effective natural cosmetic that does not completely eliminate perspiration, but can neutralize unpleasant odors.

Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup of soda
  • approx. 20 drops of lemongrass essential oil
  • storage jar

Preparation: Mix both ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Pour into a jar. With dry hands, apply to the skin under the armpits, gently rub it in, and then remove the excess with a tissue.

Heals acne

A blend of sweet almond oil and lemongrass oil will help get rid of acne - the nightmare of teenagers and more. Apply a small amount of the mixture with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties directly to the sick skin.

Antibacterial and antifungal

Lemongrass oil is a good idea to add to household cleaning products. Its combination with water, soda and / or vinegar will make your home safe, clean and smelling of lemon.

Help for dogs

After consulting a vet, it is worth using the oil as a natural flea repellent.

The oil is pure, 100% natural lemongrass extract.

Lemongrass - healing properties and application

Lemongrass, due to its healing properties, has been used in folk medicine in Asia and South America. Modern research confirms that lemongrass has a health effect. However, the most valuable oil is lemongrass oil - lemongrass oil. Check what other properties lemongrass has and how to use it in the kitchen.

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) has numerous healing properties, which is why it has been used in natural medicine in Asia and South America for many years. Its health effects are confirmed by modern scientific research. They show that the most health-promoting substances are contained in lemongrass oil - lemongrass oil (lemongrass is lemongrass).

Lemongrass - healing properties

In the natural medicine of India, lemongrass has been used to treat indigestion and lack of appetite, and also as an antitussive, antispasmodic and antirheumatic drug.

The Chinese, on the other hand, believe that a lemongrass-based drink helps relieve headaches and stomachaches. In South America, however, lemongrass is used as a means of brightening the mind and improving concentration. It is added to the popular yerba mate drink in Brazil, giving it a refreshing lemon aroma.

Modern research has shown that lemongrass has a beneficial effect on the level of cholesterol and glucose in the blood, therefore it is recommended in the diet of patients with type 2 diabetes.

Lemongrass oil - properties and application

The most healing properties are attributed to the oil obtained from lemongrass, i.e. lemongrass oil. In folk medicine, it was used to treat skin inflammations and ulcers. It is now known that lemongrass oil:

  • has bactericidal and fungicidal properties (therefore it is recommended, among others, to people struggling with acne)
  • has a calming effect and improves mood
  • helps to relieve muscle aches and headaches

Lemongrass oil owes its versatile effect to a substance called citral (it accounts for 65 to 85 percent of the total oil content). Recent studies also show that citral has potential anti-cancer properties.

Lemongrass oil - how to use it?

Lemongrass oil cannot be applied to the skin alone, but diluted with other oils. It is enough to combine a tablespoon of grape seed oil with 1-2 drops of the oil. The mixture prepared in this way can be used for a relaxing massage or rubbed into a sore spot on the body. In order to prepare a relaxing bath, pour 2-3 drops of oil into a half-filled bathtub with warm water. In order to aromatize the air, pour about 2-3 drops into an aromatic fireplace, lamp or air humidifier.

Lemongrass oil should not be used in pregnant women and in excess (it may cause skin irritation).

Lemongrass - use in the kitchen

Lemongrass has - as the name suggests - a lemon flavor with a hint of ginger. In the kitchen, both the tuber and the shoots of the plant are used. Lemongrass goes well with almost any type of dish. It tastes best when combined with coconut milk, chicken and seafood. It can also be added to tea.

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