Lemongrass Essential Oil
Lemony, fresh, tangy aroma. Astringent, stimulating, antifungal, antiviral properties. Inspires and improves mental clarity.
Supports the digestive and circulatory systems, and it has a score of 17,765 on the antioxidant ORAC scale when applied topically. Can be used as an aerial disinfectant.
Use regularly on warts until they drop off. Cleansing products. Treat athlete’s foot. Warming for aching muscles and joints. Use for sluggish circulation and low energy.
Repels mosquitoes and flies. Put 20 drops in spray bottle with 20 drops citronella essential oil and 8 oz. water to spray on animals to keep flies off.
Lemongrass oil, India is also referred to as East Indian Lemongrass. The aroma is lemon-like and spicy. The citral content is very high, up to 85 percent. Citronellal and geraniol are natural components as well. Lemongrass Flexuosus grows wild in east India and is cultivated in other areas. These cultivated plants are distilled with yields under one percent
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