Lemongrass oil has a fresh and green, spicy and lemony scent with an earthy undertone.
Lemongrass has a predominant odor and can therefore easily mask other odors.
Lemongrass is one of the most powerful scents in aromatherapy.
The fragrance contributes to an optimistic atmosphere, gives energy and new insights.
Lemongrass is also called lemongrass in the Netherlands.
Lemongrass essential oil has a calming effect on the nervous system.
The essential oil is insect repellent against flies, mosquitoes and ticks.
Helps prevent excessive perspiration.
Lemongrass is widely planted for the production of citral.
This is the most important fragrance of Lemongrass for the fragrance industry, among others.
The perfumer uses Lemongrass as an overtone when designing perfumes.
The fragrance is widely used in cleaning products, soaps and skin care products.
Lemongrass essential oil is an oriental essential oil and is therefore widely used in oriental cuisine.
Lemongrass has a heavy, lemony flavor.
It is an indispensable ingredient for Indonesian and Thai cuisine and is also known as 'sereh'.
It is also known as a flavoring agent in foods.
- In the sauna: add 5 to 10 drops to an ice ball or to the water in the sauna tub
- In an aroma burner: add 2 to 4 drops to the water in an aroma burner
- On an aroma stone: add 2 to 4 drops to the stone of the aroma stone
- In a diffuser: add 2 to 4 drops to the water in the diffuser
- In a massage or skin oil: add up to 20 drops of Lemongrass oil to 250 ml of Sweet Almond oil for a relaxing, muscle pain relieving massage or skin oil.
- In the bath or in a foot bath: use our Hammam bath oil for Lemongrass in the bath, otherwise Lemongrass oil will float on the water.
Hammam bath oil contains natural Lemongrass and Lavandin oil.
- Good to use on oily/acne skin.
- Do not take the essential oil pure or use it pure on the skin.
- It is not recommended to use lemongrass oil in people with glaucoma.
- Avoid used on damaged or sensitive skin.
- Only use externally in a very low dose during pregnancy.
The essential oil blends well with citrus scents, pine, eucalyptus, geranium, lavandin, lavender, mint, peppermint, rose and sandalwood oil.
The Cymbopogon Flexuoses is a grass-like plant that often occurs in the (sub)tropics of Asia.
It is a perennial with strong lozenge-like stems and lemon-scented leaves.
The plant can grow up to about 1 meter high.
Already six months after planting, the grass can be cut for the first time for steam distillation.
All aromatic grasses contain high levels of cital and geraniol that smell like a mixture of lemon and rose.
Lemongrass essential oil is extracted by steam distillation of the grass in India.
For 1 liter of lemongrass oil, 50 kilos of fresh or partially dried lemongrass is needed.
Normally the grass is dried for three days and then distilled for 1.5 hours by means of steam distillation.
Lemongrass oil has a bright yellow to warm yellow color.
The 5 ml and 20 ml brown glass bottles contain a dropper and a child-friendly cap and the 100 ml brown glass bottles contain a pipette.
The 250 ml, the liter bottle and the 5 liter can are used as refill packaging.
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