Fragrant and full, Geranium has reason to be a popular oil in perfumery. On first encounter, you will notice the scent bears similarities to rose, although less powdery and with noticeable green overtones that emerges just after.
- Research has shown Geranium to have a positive effect on eczema, neuralgia, burns, ulcers, tonsillitis, and Postmenopausal Syndrome (PMS). Its powerful ability to lift spirits makes it an inherent choice to treat depression or reduce anxiety levels.
Relieves stress and anger issues
Improves blood circulation
Reduces blood pressures
Alleviates the effects of menopause
In a Nebuliser
Add 30 to 40 drops (1.5 – 2ml) in a nebuliser.
In an Oil Burner
Add 10 drops (0.2ml) to warm water in the bowl of a burner. Light a tealight candle and place in the hearth of the burner. The heat will allow the scent to diffuse and fill the room. If you using an electric burner, you can control the heat by using the dimmer.
IN A MASSAGE
Add 10 drops (0.2ml) to 15 ~ 25ml of a carrier oil. Massage deeply into muscle and pressure points.
Always store in dark glass bottle (preferably amber) and in a cool and dark place away from heat and sunlight.
Keep out of reach from children and pets. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not ingest. Do not use diluted on skin and perform a patch test to observe allergic reactions before use. Not recommended for use with plastic, finished wood, or painted surfaces - remove if in contact.
- Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium) Oil
Country of Origin:Egypt
Extraction Method: Steam distillation from the yellowing leaves and stems
Volatility: Middle Note
Shelf life:3 years
Available volumes: 10ml, 50ml, 100ml