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Palmarosa oil is extracted from the Gramineae family of Cymbopogon Martini. This essential oil is used in aromatherapy because it has a good effect on the skin, relieves pain and muscle pain, soothes the mind, strengthens spiritual elevation and clears confused thinking.

Properties

Palmarosa oil has a sweet and colorful aroma that is reminiscent of the rose and is pale yellow in color with almost watery viscosity.

Extraction

Palmarosa oil is extracted when the grass is dried by steam distillation, yielding about 1-1.5%.

Chemical composition

The main chemical components of palmarosa oil are: mercen, linalool, geraniol, geranyl acetate, dipentene and lemon.

Precautions

Palmarosa oil is not toxic, irritating or sensitizing and has no contraindications.

Therapeutic properties

The therapeutic properties of palm oil are: antiseptic, antiviral, bactericidal, digestive, antipyretic and hydrating.

Use:

Palmarosa oil soothes the mind, has an invigorating effect and eliminates confused thinking. It is used to deal with physical and nervous exhaustion, stress and related problems.

The Oil has the ability to cool the body when we have a high temperature, aids the digestive system and relieves pain and stiffness in the muscles. Moisturizes the skin by balancing the level of hydration and stimulating the regeneration of the cells. The oil keeps the skin soft and supple and helps in acne, dermatitis, skin infections. Removes scars and rejuvenates and regenerates skin.

  • Application for inhalers: In palm therapy, palm oil can help during recovery after illness. The oil relieves fatigue, nervousness, exhaustion, and stress while having an invigorating effect on the mind and removing confused thoughts.
  • Application in massage oils and in the bathroom: Applied in a massage or in the bath, palm oil helps in fatigue, nervousness, stress and stimulation of the digestive system. It strengthens the skin and is used for the quicker recovery of the patients.
  • Application in creams and lotions: The oil added in creams and lotions has a moisturizing and moisturizing effect on the skin and acts very efficiently in the fight against wrinkles. It balances the natural secretion of sebum, which keeps the skin soft and elastic. At the cellular level it helps in the formation of new tissue and for this reason is a great remedy for rejuvenation and regeneration of the skin. Oil is most useful in combating dry skin and skin infections.


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