Latin Name: Cymbopogon citratus Country of Origin – Haiti Cultivation Method: Wild crafted Aroma: Strong, fresh, grassy, intensely lemon, citrus -herbaceous Extraction Method: Hydro diffused Plant Part: Grass Energetics: Circulating, regulates Qi, cooling, harmonize Shen (P.Holmes) Safety: Non toxic, somewhat irritating, potentially sensitizing if oil is oxidized. Dilute for topical use. Actions supported by clinical studies: Analgesic, antimicrobial, antiseptic, insecticidal, nervine.
Leading / Common Uses:Musculoskeletal: Referred to as the “connective tissue” oil. Helpful at-home care of injuries to tendons and ligaments, sprain, bruises, tendinitis. Moods / Emotions: The intense aroma is known for its uplifting and energizing actions. Great for those who need a mental boost, feel groggy or confused.
Recipe: Joint and Muscle Rub
4 drops lemongrass
1 drop clove
5 drop marjoram Add essential oils to 1 tsp of carrier oil of choice arnica, or lotion. Apply as needed.
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