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Lemongrass is an important traditional grass. Our native variety, called East-Indian Lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) has been an integral part of medicines, cosmetics and culinary. In some cultures it is called fever grass due to its healing abilities.
The leaves and stalk of lemongrass are steam distilled to extract its essential oil which has been historically known to benefit the mind and body. It is famous for its fresh and elevating, lemony/citrusy fragrance.
|How to Use
Skincare: Hydration, detoxification, cleansing, acne control
Haircare: Antidandruff, anti-hair fall, hair strength
Pain Relief: Reduces muscular cramps, arthritis, headaches
Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to a carrier oil such as coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil, etc.
Gently massage with the diluted oil.
Wound healing Prevents infections, accelerates healing
Insect-Repellent Against bugs, mosquitoes, flies, cockroaches
Homecare Multipurpose cleanser, room freshener
Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to water.
Clean and dress wounds
Digestive Wellness Reduces stomach aches, gastric ulcers, nausea
Insomnia Mild sedative effect
Blood sugar and cholesterol May improve fasting glucose level
Dip one end of a clean toothpick in lemongrass oil and blend it with your choice of green tea
Stress Relief Aromatherapy, headache and migraine relief, mood regulation
Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to a diffuser or steam inhaler.
Personal Inhaler: Take crystal salt in a small glass bottle with a tight lid. Add a few drops of lemongrass oil in it and close it. Inhale from the bottle whenever necessary.
Pet Care Against flea and lice in dogs
Add a few drops to dog shampoo or place a few drops in their collar.
Adulteration in essential oils has become very common due to its ever increasing demand across industries. This malpractice reduces the original potential of the oil and may even cause adverse reactions. There are three common ways essential oils are adulterated:
Identifying adulteration in essential oils is very difficult as the adulterants are very sophisticated. A lab test is usually the best option to check the quality of an essential oil, but there are a few methods we can check ourselves:
|Oil ring test: Pure essential oils are non – greasy
To protect essential oils from light and heat, it is best to store them in dark bottles.
If your essential oil comes in a transparent bottle, it has probably begun to lose its quality.
Place a drop of essential oil on a clean paper and wait for 30 to 40 minutes.
After the oil dries, if there is a grease ring formed, then the oil is probably impure.
If you can’t see the ring, touch the paper. If it is completely dry the oil is likely pure.