Iryasa Organic Lemongrass Essential Oil

$14.00 $12.50
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  • Lifts your spirits when feeling low, calms the mind, reduces stress and depression
  • Acts as a powerful deodorant and an insect repellent; protect humans and animals from fleas, ticks and lice
  • Rich in antiseptic properties, this purifying skin & hair tonic provides shine to the hair when added to shampoos
  • When added to a massage oil blend, it improves blood circulation; helps eliminate lactic acid accumulation; soothes muscular aches and joint pains
  • USDA Organic certified

Specifications
Botanical name: Cymbopogon citratus
Aroma: Fresh, Citrusy, Herbaceous
Plant part: Leaf (Grass)
Note classification: Top to middle
Distillation method: Steam distillation

How to Use

For Aromatherapy:
Add about 4-5 drops of Iryasa Lemongrass oil for every 100ml (3.3 fl.oz) water in a diffuser. The herby, citrusy scent of this medicinal grass helps purify the air and remove bad odours, while reducing tension & uplifting your mood. You may need to increase/decrease the number of drops depending on the size of the room and where your diffuser is kept. For instance, you'd probably need less number of drops for a smaller or less ventilated room. Since the intensity of scents are such a personal preference, we recommend that you start with less and work your way up as needed.

For Topical Application:
When Lemongrass oil is applied topically, it cleanses the skin and helps repel mosquitoes & sandflies.Dilute 4 drops of 100% pure Lemongrass oil in 15ml (0.5 fl.oz) of Sweet Almond oil or any other suitable carrier oil to make a 1% dilution.

Safety Information
All Iryasa Essential Oils are highly concentrated - always dilute with an appropriate carrier oil before topical use. Not for internal use, except if directed by an expert or a qualified practitioner. Never use undiluted essential oils near eyes or mucous membranes. Store in a cool, dark and dry place. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant, lactating or under any medication, consult your physician before use.

We always recommend performing a patch test, especially if you are using Lemongrass oil for the first time on your skin or if you have sensitive/ damaged skin. Lemongrass oil may also have drug interactions with certain medications (analgesics, anticonvulsants and antidepressants) - avoid this oil in such cases.