Lemongrass Oil and Its Uses

Lemongrass Oil is well used in perfumery as well as in pharmaceutical industry for treating various health problems. The herb of Lemongrass is native to India. Since ancient times, it was used in cuisine in Asia. It is a tall perennial grass (long slender, grass like leaves. ) also used as it is. Common names include lemongrass, lemon grass, barbed wire grass, citronella grass, silky heads, fever grass or Hierba Luisa amongst many others.

Lemongrass Essential oil is distilled from Cymbopogon flexnous. It is noticed that it was used to rejuvenate mind and also for treating mental problems naturally. It was also proven that the Lemongrass has powerful anti fungal properties. It also help treating the disease like flatulence, muscle aches, athlete's foot etc.

Lemongrass is being used by many with connective tissue problems ranging from torn rotator cuffs, to slap tears, injury to muscles, ligaments and tendons, strengthening muscles around the eye (DO NOT get or put essential oils in eyes), used as a natural blood thinner, for sinus and respiratory complaints, bladder infections, varicose veins, Salmonella, digestive problems and fluid retention.

It is useful with respiratory problems, sore throats, laryngitis, and fever. It may help prevent the spreading of infectious diseases. It’s helpful with digestion and digestive problems such as indigestion, colitis, and gastroenteritis. It may improve eyesight. Lemongrass oil also assists in clearing up oily skin and acne; a good rinse for greasy hair and, added to shampoo, aids in adding a shine to the hair. As an antifungal it’s helpful with athlete’s foot. Lemongrass works as an insect repellant and helps keep family pets free from fleas and ticks.

The Author:

I am a distiller of lemongras essential oil since many years. We have production of chamomile oil, Sandalwood Oil and other wholesale essential oils.

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