Lemongrass oil

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon cytratus)


Lemongrass, better known as lemongrass kitchen, is a plant that grows, and is widely found, in Asian, African, Australian and tropical countries. Lemongrass is a type of grass plant, of the type Cymbopogon flexuosus or Cymbopogon citratus

Lemongrass is commonly used to make tea, soup, curry, to refresh processed ingredients, such as chicken, beef, seafood, and as a food flavoring in the culinary field, in Asian states, especially in Thailand and Indonesia.

Lemongrass can also be processed into essential oil, using the steam distilled method. Lemongrass can also be used to make aromatherapy soap and candles, and as an insect repellent naturally.

Lemongrass is one of the most popular essential oils, and is used for effectiveness, health benefits, and various applications. Research shows that Lemongrass oil has antifungal and anti-bacterial properties.

Lemongrass can be used aromatically (using a diffuser), topically (which was previously diluted with carrier oil), and inhaled directly from the bottle.

Lemongrass oil blend with Basil, Bergamot, Blackpepper, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Fennel, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Sweet Orange, Patchouli, Rosemary, Tea tree, and Ylang Ylang

Benefits of Lemongrass oil :

Natural deodorizers and room cleaners
Improve skin health
Natural insect repellent
Relieves stress
Relieves muscle pain
Has anti-fungal properties
Relieves menstrual cramps
Overcoming digestive problems
Relieves headaches
Has anti-bacterial and antioxidant properties
Relieves fever
Improve the immune system
Relieves arthritis
Relieve flu and cough

Lemongrass oil use :

Relaxing foot bath: Pour 10 drops of Lemongrass oil into a container, filled with warm water, to soak your feet, this method can relieve muscle aches and relax your feet

Massage blend: Pour 6 drops of Lemongrass oil, with 1 tablespoon of Jojoba oil, into a small container. After mixing well, apply it to the affected part of the muscle, while massage - massage

Aromatherapy Bath: Pour 12 drops of Lemongrass oil, with 1 teaspoon of carrier oil, such as coconut oil, or jojoba oil. Pour into a bathtub filled with warm water, then massage your body massage, during the bath, to make you more relaxed

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