Palmarosa Essential Oil resembles lemongrass, and also citronella in appearance, and it too has a slightly lemony aroma, although its chemical constituents are quite different, prompting a unique therapeutic profile. When crushed between the hands, the grass releases a rose-like aroma. woody aspects, coming together to form a medium-strength middle fragrance note. The primary chemical components include linalool, limonene, myrcene, geraniol, geranyl acetate, and dipentene, with geraniol comprising about 80% of its volume. Geraniol has the ability to repair damaged DNA through its ability to regenerate and stimulate cell growth. Known best for its hydrating properties, it is an excellent addition to skin preparations and healing compounds. The ancient Egyptians used palmarosa as incense, specifically in the temples of the initiates. This could be due to the fact that palmarosa helps to open the heart chakra, releasing emotions and chasing away fear and self-doubt. Other interesting uses for palmarosa essential oil is as a flavoring for tobacco, though it is most often found in skin preparations.

Palmarosa essential oil is steam distilled from a dried grass, whose botanical name is cybopogon martini. Palmarosa essential oil has been used in Ayurveda (Indian medicine) treatment for centuries, where it is used to reduce fever, prevent infection, and speed the healing process. It is often added to dishes in India and parts of Africa to kill bacteria in food as well as aid in digestion of fatty ingredients.


Odor and color : The oil is pale straw-yellow or olive colored in appearance, and releases a distinctively sweet, rose or geranium floral aroma with spicy, fruity and slightly woody aspects, coming together to form a medium-strength middle fragrance note. The

Country of origin : India

Botanical name : cymbopogan martini


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