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The geranium essential oil is freshly distilled from the Geranium flower. It is a beautiful type of oil with a lovely rosy smell that treats skin imperfections. The scent is said to trigger happiness, desire and love thus can be used to set good moods.
ROSE SCENTED GERANIUM LEAVES CAN ME USED TO FLAVOUR CAKES, JELLIES AND VINEGARS.
Directions For Use
Aromatically • Add a few drops into your diffuser. • Add some drops to your hot bath. • Diffuse in hot water and use the steam on face. • Add a few drops in hot water or hot towel and inhale.
Topically • Mix with carrier oils and massage on hair scalp and strands. • Rub a few drops on your palms for direct inhalation. • Add to your moisturizer to balance oil on the skin. • Add a few drops to a dump towel and place on inflamed areas and wounds.
Skin And Hair Care: • Treats acne. • Good for both dry and oily hair • Balances oil production on the skin. • Strengthen hair follicles and strands.
Parasite Control • Repels ticks.
Aromatherapy • Helps with anxiety, depression and insomnia. • Promote emotional stability. • Enhance mood. Health • Cures sore throats. • Assist to reduce pain and inflammation. • Good for hormonal balancing. • Stimulate healing of wounds and burns.
• Patch test on the inner forearm to be safe in case of adverse reaction. • Keep away from sunlight. • Lightly flammable. Store away from heat. • Avoid contact with eyes, nose, ears and mucous membranes. • Pregnant women should always consult before using essential oils • Not for internal use.
Botanical Name: Pelargonium gravelens.
Aromatic Description: Citrusy, sweet and rosy.
Part of plant: Leaves and flowers.
Colour: Slightly green-clear.
Main compounds: Citronellol, geraniol.
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation.
Properties: Therapeutic, anti-inflammatory, balancing, astringent.