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Lemongrass essential oil is farmed all over the world, although it originated in Southeast Asia.
The leaves and woody stalks of the lemongrass plant are distilled to provide a pleasant citrus-herb aroma.
Lemongrass is connected to the citronella family; the two are cousins in the same family. They both repel pests while releasing a sophisticated, rich, stress-relieving perfume that can transform your home into a more comfortable and enjoyable sanctuary.
Lemongrass essential oil is a stimulant, relaxant, and anti-depressant that also has to relax and balance qualities when used in aromatherapy.
Lemongrass essential oil is used widely in aromatherapy, and it offers many benefits to users. It is native to Southeastern Asia, a tall grass that grows well in the tropical climate.
For many years, Lemongrass had been used in many Asian cuisines for Thai seasoning, tea brew, Indian and Chinese dishes. It is regarded as safe by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Lemongrass and citronella essential oils have aldehydes as three major components, and they are used mainly for anti-inflammatory properties.
The use of Lemongrass essential oils extends miles beyond the kitchen. There are often used as an air freshener for a variety of purposes, including:
The benefits of Lemongrass essential oil are vast whether they are applied topically, used aromatically, or taken internally.
Lemongrass essential oils, according to aromatherapy advocates, are used to improve biological states such as:
Directions to use:
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Q. Can Lemongrass essential oil be used if you are allergic to grass?
A. Lemongrass and grass are not the same plants. However, before using any of our products, we recommend that you consult with a health practitioner. We place a high value on our customers’ health and well-being.
Q. How much plant material is required to make Lemongrass essential oil?
A. Lemongrass essential oil requires approximately 750 grams (1.7 pounds) of plant material to make a 15 ml bottle.
Q. Lemongrass essential oil when applied topically? Benefits?
A. When applied topically or cosmetically, Lemongrass Oil can eradicate or limit the growth of harmful germs due to its Citral content, which has anti-microbial effects. Lemongrass oil can reduce inflammation and limit blood flow by constricting blood vessels due to its Limonene content.
When used in shampoos, it is thought to prevent hair loss. Lemongrass deodorant is effective, affordable, environmentally friendly, and long-lasting.
Q. When used medicinally? What are some of the Lemongrass Essential Oil benefits?
A. When used medicinally, the analgesic qualities of lemongrass essential oil have been proven to ease muscular and joint problems produced by overexertion of muscles during exercise. It has been demonstrated to boost energy while reducing fever and headaches associated with viral diseases like the flu.
Because it is an antibacterial, it is beneficial in lotions and creams that prevent wound infections. Alleviating abdominal pain can help with stomach aches and digestive tract spasms. It functions as a detoxifier by boosting perspiration and thereby promoting the sweating out of bodily pollutants.