- Origin Morocco
- Botanical name Pelargonium graveolens L’erit. ex Aiton (fam.Geraniaceae)
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Material Information & Usage Guide
| Rose Geranium Essential Oil|
| Latin Name || Pelargonium graveolens L’erit. ex Aiton (fam.Geraniaceae) || Can be used internally || NO|
| Extraction Method || Steam Distillation || Can be used on skin/hair || YES|
| Origin || Morocco || Can be diffused || Yes|
| Grade || Therapeutic || Purity || 100.00%|
| Maximum Concentration || 17.50% || Photosensitivity Risk || Low|
| Skin Irritation/ sensitizing risk || Low || || |
| Shelf Life || 2-3 years on average, although it can last much longer if placed in glass bottle, and kept away from sunlight|
| Precautions || Put a small amount on skin first. Discontinue use incase of irritation. Always Consult doctor before internal use. Keep away from children.|
Aroma Farmacy's Geranium Essential oil is non-toxic, nonirritant and generally non-sensitizing — and the therapeutic properties of include being an antidepressant, an antiseptic and wound-healing. Geranium oil may also be one of the best oils for such diverse dermatological problems as oily or congested skin, eczema, and dermatitis
1. Wrinkle Reducer
Rose geranium oil is known for its dermatological use for the treatment of aging, wrinkled and/or dry skin. It has the power to minimize the look of wrinkles because it tightens facial skin and slows down the effects of aging. Add two drops of geranium oil to your face lotion and apply it twice daily. After a week or two, you may just see the look of your wrinkles begin to fade away.
2. Muscle Helper
Are you sore from an intense workout? Using some geranium oil topically may help with any muscle cramps, aches and/or pains plaguing your sore body. Create a massage oil by mixing five drops of geranium oil with one tablespoon of jojoba oil and massage it into your skin, focusing on your muscles.
3. Infection Fighter
Research has shown that geranium oil has potent antibacterial and anti-fungal abilities against at least 24 different types of bacteria and fungi. These antibacterial and anti-fungal properties found in geranium oil can help to protect your body from infection. When you use geranium oil to fight external infection, your immune system can focus on your internal functions and keep you healthier.
To help prevent infection, apply two drops of geranium oil combined with a carrier oil like coconut oil to the area of concern, such as a cut or wound, twice a day until it has healed. Athlete’s foot, for example, is a fungal infection that can be helped with the use of geranium oil. To do this, add give drops of geranium oil to a foot bath with warm water and sea salt; do this twice daily for the best results.
4. Urination Increaser
An increase in urination means fewer toxins in the body, and being that geranium oil is a diuretic, it will promote urination. Through urination, you release toxic chemicals, heavy metals, sugar, sodium, and pollutants. Urination also removes excess bile and acids from the stomach.
5. Natural Deodorant
Geranium oil is a circulatory oil, which means that it exits the body through perspiration. Now your sweat will smell like flowers! Because geranium oil has antibacterial properties, it aids in eliminating bodily odors and can be used as a natural deodorant. The rose-like smell of geranium oil is a perfect way to keep you smelling fresh every day
Note: Essential oils can be allergic to some people. If signs of allergies occur then discontinue use immediately and if the problem persists then consult a doctor. Best practice is to test 1 drop on your foot and let it be for 15-20 minutes, any signs of skin irritation means you are allergic. Keep these essential oils out of children's reach and keep it out of your eyes and ears. If there is such contact with the oil then rinse well with water. Do not use in times of pregnancy