Pure Lemongrass massage healing oil benefits for external and internal use:
Promote skin health:
Reduce stress & anxiety: ( Aromatic effect )
Reduce muscle pains & cramps:
Promote good blood circulation:
Sculp and hair care:
: Because lemongrass can stimulate menstrual flow, pregnant women should not use it.
: it can be toxic to cats.
What is Lemongrass?
Lemongrass oil is used as aromatherapy to relieve muscle pain and massage, Reduce fever and stimulate the uterus and menstrual flow. The compounds that make lemongrass oil have antifungal, insecticidal, anti-inflammatory properties.
Lemongrass belongs to the grass family of Poaceae. Lemongrass is also known as Cymbopogon; it is a genus of about 55 species of grasses. Lemongrass grows in dense clumps that can grow six feet in height and four feet in width. It is native to warm and tropical regions, such as the Philippines, India, Southeast Asia, and Oceania. It is used as a medical herb in The Philippines and is common in Asian cuisine. Lemongrass oil comes from the leaves or grasses of the lemongrass plant. Most often, the Cymbopogon flexuous or Cymbopogon citrus plants.
The oil has a light and fresh lemony smell with earthy undertones. It is stimulating, relaxing, soothing, and balancing.
The chemical composition of lemongrass oil varies according to geographical origin; the compounds typically include hydrocarbon terpenes, alcohols, ketones, ester, and mainly aldehydes. Lemongrass oil is a source of essential vitamins such as vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, folate, and vitamin C. It also provides vital minerals such as magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, copper, potassium, calcium, zinc, and iron.
How to Use:
To relieve stress, use lemongrass oil as your lotion after showering before going to bed. Gently massage your skin in a circular motion to let the lemongrass compound penetrate your skin pores.
Muscle relaxer if you have sore muscles or are you experiencing cramps. Massage the affected area, or ask someone who may massage you to reduce muscle pain and improve circulation.
Stomach ache, and menstrual cramps, Apply lemongrass oil on your stomach and massage it slightly deep and slowly to reduce the pain.
5. Bug repellent, Apply the oil to your skin to avoid insect bites, especially if you visit the forest or bushy places.
6. Itchy wounds and insect bites; apply the oil on the affected area to reduce itchiness. The lemongrass oil will disrupt the infection and work as an antimicrobial or ( bacteria-killing) agent.
Made with love and care by Hilario A. Robis