Lemongrass Essential Oil

$10.00

15 ML

Lemongrass essential oil is used to relieve muscle pain when treating through aromatherapy. Externally, it kills bacteria, will ward off insects, and reduce body aches,

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Lemongrass essential oil is used to relieve muscle pain when treating through aromatherapy. Externally, it kills bacteria, will ward off insects, and reduce body aches, Internally, it helps improve digestion and may also be used for flavoring tea and soups. It adds fragrance to cosmetics, soaps, and homemade deodorizers. Lemongrass is found growing in many regions such as Thailand, India, and Burma where the fresh grass is used in culinary recipes. Lemongrass essential oil is thought to be energetically cleansing and helpful for stressful states of mind. It is used in massage oil for occasional soreness and included in cosmetics from soaps to lotions and skin care serums. analgesic, antimicrobial, antiseptic, carminative, astringent, antipyretic, fungicidal, bactericidal, and antidepressant properties making it one of the most versatile and health-promoting essential oils.It’s wonderful properties help bolster the immune system as each drop of pure essential oil delivers an unfathomable number of molecules into the air. Because of the tiny molecular structure of the components of an essential oil, they are extremely concentrated. One drop contains approximately 40 million-trillion molecules. Numerically that is a 4 with 19 zeros after it: 40,000,000,000,000,000,000. We have 100 trillion cells in our bodies, and that’s a lot. But one drop of essential oil contains enough molecules to cover every cell in our bodies with 40,000 moleculesj
With its intense herbal citrus aromatics, lemongrass oil is found in many outdoor essential oil blends to help deter pests alongside citronella, cedarwood, thyme, and catnip. The cleansing properties of lemongrass pair well with sage in deodorants, or in soaps with rosemary, eucalyptus, and bergamot.
In diffuser blends the relaxing qualities can be emphasized with lavender or clary sage. For a bright and tropical feel combine lemongrass with fresh ginger and ylang ylang. This oil also combines beautifully in diffusers for a boost of energy with spearmint and lemon.
This oil can help support general skin health and has astringent qualities for controlling blemishes and blends well with palmarosa or juniper for these same purposes. It can be combined with oils like geranium, cinnamon leaf, or peppermint in carrier oils, cream, or shampoo to support healthy feet, nails, and scalp.
Our Ash&Oil Lemon Mint goat milk soap  has a strong, clean, fresh scent attributed to the key ingredient of lemongrass essential oil. Lemongrass essential oil is powerful and pervasive with fresh grassy-green and citrus notes
STRICT QUALITY CONTROL: Knowing where the essential oil you purchase come from is key. In addition to where, Ash&Oil feels what you are buying is even more important. Ash&Oil will never pass off a Commercial Synthetic Grade oil in place of a 100% PURE & NATURAL QUALITY just to gain a sale and beat out a competitor’s price. “WE NEVER SACRIFICE QUALITY FOR PRICE”. We feel transparency is key and will always make sure a customer is aware of what exactly they are purchasing.  In addition to this, the technical documentation, we provide also helps with tracing a product back to its origin. Upon request, we provide Certificates of Analysis, MSDS, Country of Origin, and Natural Certificates for each essential oil we carry.  We take essential oil quality very seriously.  All of the essential oils we sell are unsprayed, wildcrafted or certified kosher through our source.  quality control measures to make sure it meets our high
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Disclaimer: For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Weight 15 oz

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