Lemongrass essential oil has anti-odour and antiseptic properties, and is often used in talcum powders, bath salts, and in insect repellents. The t... Read More
Lemongrass essential oil has anti-odour and antiseptic properties, and is often used in talcum powders, bath salts, and in insect repellents. The tangy, refreshing fragrance of lemongrass can relieve symptoms related to stress, nervous exhaustion, headaches, and jetlag. Inhaling Lemongrass oil is good for treating respiratory infections like fever, laryngitis, and sore throats. This oil is used to keep pets free of lice, ticks, and fleas. Lemongrass oil is used for treating acne and for clearing up oily skin. It also treats athlete's foot, and stops excessive perspiration and has a calming effect and can relieve stress and insomnia.
Consult a certified aromatherapist for the proper way to use essential oils.
Lemongrass Essential Oil
How to Use
Essential Oils may be used in Diffusers, Potpurri Arrangements, Bath Water and for Aromatherapy blends. For diffuser use, add a few drops of Distil Essential Oil in the diffuser basin and light the candle. Can also be added to room spray as an Air Freshener and for general Aromatherapy benefits.
Cautions: Always test a small amount first for sensitivity or allergic reaction. If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult a physician. Those with epilepsy are to use with caution. Consult a certified aromatherapist for the proper way to use essential oils.
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