Description/History - A very popular cooking flavor. Considered a sensitive oil, be sure to dilute when using. It’s scent is strong and refreshing. It has been known to reduce fevers, ease digestion and eliminate harmful bacteria. When applied to the bottom of the feet it can have a stimulating and energizing effect on the body.

  • Details

    Key Benefits - Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, astringent, antiseptic, digestive, tonic

    Common Uses

    • Apply to joints & connective tissue for warming relief

    • Apply to lower abdomen with carrier oil for relief of urinary tract infection symptoms

    • Apply over the abdomen with carrier oil and geranium to aid symptoms of constipation

    Country of Origin - India

    Latin Name - Cymbopogon flexuosus

    Complementary Oils - bergamot, black pepper, thyme, vetiver, grapefruit, ginger, patchouli

    Main Constituents - Geranial, Neral, Geraniol

    Cautions - always dilute, those with fibromyalgia should not use, do not use on children