Lemon Grass Essential Oil - Origin:Guatemala - Botanical name:Cymbopogon citratus
This tall perennial grass is originally from India and Sri Lanka. The grass and its oil have been used in East Indian culture for hundreds of years. The grass itself is important in Asian cuisine. Lemon grass has a scent that is strongly citrus, herbal, and slightly bitter.
Common uses: Inhaled lemongrass EO alleviates stress, nervousness, and mental exhaustion, soothing for a headache, a drop or two massaged into the abdomen will assist digestion and relieve symptoms of indigestion, apply a drop or two to skin to repel mosquitoes and other biting bugs, use in homemade cleaning products to reduce bacteria in your home.
Keep essential oils out of reach of children. Do not use on or near eyes. Do not apply directly to skin unless otherwise advised by an expert in essential oils or physician
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