$40.00 – $130.00
Botanical Name: Pelargonii odorantissimi (graveolens(
Synonyms: geranium, إبرة الراعي, Герань, Геранійв, Géraniumv, Geranium, 天竺葵
Production method: steam distillation
Parts used: leaves
Ingredients: Citronella, geraniol, menthone, rose oxide, citronellyl formate
The origin of geranium (Pelargonium) in northern South Africa, the plant is grown exclusively for the production of essential oil. It does not place high conditions on the ground or on the climate. Cultivation areas of the plant are Israel, China, Egypt and the island of La Reunion.
Geranium oil is made with the help of steam distillation from the leaves of the geranium plant (Pelargoni odorantissimi). It has been used by the Egyptians since ancient times to promote beautiful, radiant skin. Due to its diverse number of health-promoting ingredients, it is a perfect oil use for aromatherapy.
Geranium oil in naturopathy
Geranium oil is excellently suited to combat inflammation as well as acne. Geranium oil is non-toxic and also suitable by dilution with carrier oil for sensitive skin. Its antiseptic and antibacterial effect helps with wound healing. It is used to treat the improvement of physical and mental health. This oil works antidepressant. Its astringent action causes the blood vessels and muscles to contract, making it very useful in gum treatment. It can protect against premature tooth loss with regular use.
Geranium oil in aromatherapy
The scent of the oil produced by the use of an aroma lamp, improves mood, reduces fatigue and anxiety. It also has a calming effect at nervous exhaustion.
Geranium oil in cosmetics
The essential Geranium oil is able to regulate the sebum production of the skin. It stimulates sebum production on dry skin and reduces it on oily skin. Thus, it is used by many cosmetic manufacturers for its nourishing effect, in the production of skin care creams and make-up removers. Its skin-tightening action reduces wrinkles and thus acts as an anti-aging product. Regular use of Geranium Oil helps to minimize pigmentation of the skin.
Geranium oil as insect repellent
The fact that geraniol which contains in geranium oil, already uses the plant as insect repellent in its capacity, can also be useful for humans Mosquitoes as well as ticks hate the smell.