Botanical Name: Pelargonium graveolens
- An analgesic, this is used for pain relieving properties, as it’s also an anti-inflammatory
- Calms emotional feelings, supports a feeling of stability
- Because of it’s high citronellol, its been shown to be active against Candida
- One of the most powerful antibacterial oils known
- A Cicastrisant, meaning it’s skin healing
How to Use “Geranium” Essential Oil
As a lymphatic, it is gently stimulating to the lymphatic system. Use it with Grapefruit oil
Supporting the musculoskeletal of the body, it can be added to cool carrier oils (Coconut) to support decreasing inflammation, swelling and arthritic conditions
Used in a variety of skin/hair care products. Try adding 1 drop to your shampoo next time you wash your hair
Other Ways To Use “Geranium” Essential Oil
- Relieving spasms and cramps, add to a carrier oil and apply liberally
2 drops Geranium
1 drop Rose
2 drops Bergamot
2 drops Orange
Add to 8 oz of water in a diffuser and ENJOY the emotional benefits or add to ½ oz of Jojoba/Olive oil and massage on feet before your day begins.
- Use in Ayurveda for “Geranium” Essential Oil
- Pitta and Kapha decreasing
Aromatic Profile and Product Details of “Geranium” Essential Oil
A cooling and moisturizing oil with a sweet and astringent taste.
Blends well with These Essential Oils
Safety Considerations for “Geranium” Essential Oil
History or facts of “Geranium” Essential Oil
Try using it to cool athlete’s foot and other irritated skin issues.
Rose Geranium and Geranium are quite different in structure as well as VERY different in scent. There are many varietal types of Geranium; Asperum and Graveolens are just two, commonly used.