Palmarosa essential oil
palmarosa essential oil
I discovered Palma Rosa oil when I was looking at the differences in between various rose oils, in fact, palma rosa oil isn’t a rose oil, its common name is Indian geranium.
Latin name: Cymbopogon martini
Botanical family: Poaceae
Distilled part: Flowering plants (herbs)
Origin (country where the plant is grown): Guatemala, India, Vietnam, North Africa
Preferred modes of use: Skin, internal, respiratory
Palmarosa essential oil is a powerful antibacterial and antiviral agent, painkiller, astringent, hydrant, etc. It can be used to treat Acne, sore throat, anxiety, bronchitis, scars, lymphatic circulation, blood circulation, crevasse, cystitis, eczema, ENT congestion, bacterial infection, viral infection, phlegm, skin fungus, excessive sweating, bacterial infection , genital infection, intestinal infection, urinary tract infection, gynecological yeast infection, otitis, vaginitis, etc.
It is a natural deodorant, a drop is enough for 24 hours! The downside is that I find palma rosa oil smells worse than sweat! Your choice! Stink of sweat or this oil!
For scar treatment, you can dilute it with vegetable oil and massage the scar every day.
Blood and lymphatic circulation (cellulite, heavy legs, water retention, etc.): dilute with vegetable oil and massage the affected area.
Cystitis: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the abdomen.
Sore throat (children and adults): dilute with vegetable oil and apply to the throat.
Bronchitis (children and adults), ENT congestion, phlegm, nasopharyngitis: in olfaction, diffusion, inhalation, or dilute with vegetable oil and massage the spine, thorax, upper back and soles of the feet.
Influenza: olfaction, diffusion, inhalation, or dilute with a vegetable oil and massage the spine and the soles of the feet.
Pulmonary yeast infection: olfaction, diffusion, inhalation, or rectally.
Otitis (children and adults): apply 1 to 2 drops behind the ears.
Sinusitis: in olfaction, diffusion, inhalation, or dilute with vegetable oil and apply to the sinuses.
I ordered this oil and wanted to try it, but since I opened the bottle and smelled the repelling odor of this oil, I’m not sure if I’d ever touch it again!