Fights Viral Infections Prevents Sepsis Cures Bacterial Infections Acts as a Cytophylactic Improves Digestion Heals Wounds Treats Dehydration
Material Information & Usage Guide
| Palmarosa Essential Oil|
| Latin Name || Cymbopogon martinii || Can be used internally || NO|
| Extraction Method || Steam Distillation || Can be used on skin/hair || YES|
| Origin || USA || Can be diffused || Yes|
| Grade || Therapeutic || Purity || 100.00%|
| Maximum Concentration || 6.50% || 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.|
Dealing with viruses is not an easy task, and it is very different than killing bacteria. Viruses develop a protective coating on them, called a cyst, which protects them from the extreme conditions of their surroundings, and is so tough that it can withstand almost anything. Viruses remain dormant within their cyst until it finds a host, which is when the cyst opens up and the virus comes out of its dormancy and starts multiplying. It is at this stage that the essential oil of palma rosa curbs and inhibits the duplication of the virus and successfully eliminates it.
Septic also occurs in vulnerable internal organs such as the urinary tracts, urinary bladder, urethra, colon, and kidneys. It does not only trigger sudden, acute and nearly unbearable pain but also results in cramps and convulsions. Therefore, it is always advisable to take care of wounds and any type of infection, specifically in the genito-urinary organs. This can be accomplished with the help of this oil. When applied externally on wounds, it protects them from infections and also kills the bacteria that have already grown on them. When taken internally, palma rosa oil inhibits the bacterial growth in the genito-urinary tracts and provides effective protection against septic.
The essential oil of palmarosa is bactericidal in nature and inhibits bacterial growth by killing them. It is also good at curing internal bacterial infections like colitis and those of the colon, stomach, urinary bladder, prostate, urethra, urinary tracts, and kidneys. It also prevents external bacterial infections on theskin, armpits, head, eyebrows, eyelids, and ears.