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Lemongrass/Verbena Essential oils

Lemongrass/Verbena Essential oils

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Lemon Verbena oil

 

Latin Name : Aloysia Triphylla

Part Of Plant Used : Herb Source : 

Spain Extraction Method : Steam Distillation

 

Emotionally and energetically, this Lemon Verbena Essential Oil can help relieve anxiety and depression. Its sedative and aphrodisiac properties make it helpful for relaxing the mind and uplifting and improving one's mood.

Using lemon verbena essential oil is a popular herbal remedy with a stimulating scent, and has a wide range of potential health benefits when used properly. With its expectorant properties, verbena oil is often used to loosen phlegm, clear congestion and soothe the associated pain of a hacking cough. What’s more, the high citral content means it can often kill the bacteria found in mucus. the physical relief induced by verbena is well-established, but it has many mentally therapeutic benefits too.

 

Verbena’s presence in body mists, massage oils, candles and diffusers can inspire and stimulate the mind, providing sweet relief from headaches.

 

 

Lemongrass oil

 

Latin Name : Cymbopogon Citratus.

Part Of Plant Used : Leaves.

Source : Guatamala.

Extraction Method : Steam Distillation.

 

This Lemongrass Essential Oil is extracted from Cymbopogon citratus, also known as 'oil grass', from the fresh or partly-dried leaves by steam distillation.

 

This oil is said to fight fatigue, and help refresh a tired body and mind. It is also a pleasant-smelling way of keeping a pet free of fleas and ticks. Lemongrass contains citral which provides the main flavour in lemon peel. Lemongrass oil is believed to relieve jet lag, headaches, nervous exhaustion, and stress. It boosts the parasympathetic nervous system, for faster recovery from an illness, and stimulates glandular secretions.

It helps tone muscles and tissue, hence relieving muscle pain. It's useful for treating sore throat, laryngitis, and fever, and helps stop the spreading of infection. It helps with colitis, indigestion, and gastroenteritis. It clears oily skin and reduces excessive perspiration. It can irritate the skin, however, so care must be taken when used on skin. Avoid use during pregnancy. ]

 

Lemongrass is a perennial aromatic grass that used to grow wild in India, where it is known as choomana poolu. It is also known as Indian Verbena or Indian Melissa oil and is used in Ayurveda, the ancient traditional art of healing, to help bring down fevers and treat infectious illnesses; it is therefore also called 'fevergrass'.

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