Vedic Needs Lemongrass Essential Oil is extracted by steam distillation of lemongrass. Lemongrass essential oil is a popular tool in aromatherapy to help relieve stress, anxiety, headaches, and depression. Inhaling the scent of the oil or using the oil topically (mixed with carrier oils) is said to offer a variety of benefits. Uses: Aromatherapy, Mosquito Repellent , Knee pains. Places to use
When mixed with a carrier oil or massaged directly into the skin, lemongrass essential oil is said to provide topical relief for everything from minor skin irritations to muscle pain and fatigue.
When used in a diffuser for aromatherapy, lemongrass essential oil is said to boost mood and relieve feelings of nervousness and anxiety. In addition to these uplifting and relaxing qualities.
Use lemongrass essential oil (mixed with a carrier oil) on your skin as a detoxifying agent as an alternative astringent. Also, this can help tighten skin and minimize pores.
To reduce muscle aches, you can rub lemongrass oil topically on the areas of concern—make sure to dilute with a carrier oil first to avoid any skin irritation. Some examples of carrier oils include sweet almond, coconut, and jojoba.
Lemongrass essential oil contains organic compounds called aldehydes which are a natural bug deterrent. Fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, and many other biting insects are repelled by Lemongrass’s natural repellency. Whether applying to your skin, clothing or diffusing on the porch to keep mosquitoes at bay, Lemongrass is an effective alternative to chemical-based pest control products.
Do not use undiluted on the skin. Consult a physician before using, if pregnant, on medication, or having sensitive skin. Keep out of reach of children. Store it in a cool and dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight.