Lemongrass Oil

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Stock Code: NBN2978
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Natural by Nature Lemongrass Oil is a tonic, stimulant, strong antiseptic, bactericide and deodorant. Very helpful in preventing respiratory infections, sore throats and laryngitis in aromatherapy. Helps tone muscles and make them more supple. Can also be used for spider veins and for skin healing. Strengthens hair follicles and has uses in relieving headaches.

Lemongrass Oil is also a natural deodorizer when vaporized or added to water and use it as a mist. The cital and limonene content in lemongrass oil can eliminate bacteria, helping to avoid infections like athlete's foot. Use this oil in a lower concentration when used on the skin. It has a lemony sherbet aroma.

Benefits of Lemongrass Oil:

  • Skin healing, acne and warts
  • Spider veins
  • Preventing respiratory infections
  • Sore throats and Laryngitis
  • Mental fatigue and loss of concentration
  • Headaches
  • Athlete's Foot
  • Sore joints and muscles

How to use:
In the Bath & Shower - add 5 drops to sufficient bath oil, gel or a carrier oil. For children over 2 years of age, use 2 drops with sufficient bath oil or carrier oil.

Inhalation - add 4-6 drops of lemongrass oil to a bowl of steaming water, place towel over your head and breath. This technique helps clear your head and nose.

Massage - for adults, use fifteen drops with approximately two tablespoons of carrier oil. For children over 2, use 6 drops of ginger oil in the same amount of carrier oil.

Diffusers & Burners - use 1-3 drops to energise and lift mood.

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