Palmarosa Essential Oil
Palmarosa, also known as Indian or Turkish geranium, rosha or motia, is a type of tropical grass originating in India and is renowned for its abundant supply of volatile oils.
Aromatically, the essential oil of Palmarosa has a strong resemblance to the essential oil of Geranium and can sometimes be used as an herbal substitution.
Method of Extraction
Plant Part Typically Used
Palmarosa Essential Oil smells fresh, floral and sweet.
Palmarosa is a 3-meter high perennial herb that belongs to the same family of lemongrasses. Palmarosa's native origin is China. In India, Vietnam, or Guatemala this plant grows. The scent appears like the perfume of rose and abundant in geranial is the essential oil.
Cymbopogon Martini plant extracts Palmarosa Oil: a member of the lemongrass family. This vine, native to India but commonly cultivated around the world, is a wild-growing, herbaceous green grass with flowering tops.
Palmarosa Essential Oil, collected through a cycle of steam distillation, comes from the plant's delicate flowers.
FACTS ABOUT PALMAROSA ESSENTIAL OIL
- It is necessary to harvest the grass used to produce Palmarosa Essential Oil even before the flowers appear. The highest yield is obtained when the grass is dried up completely, which is about a week after cutting.
- Animals, especially dogs, can benefit from Palmarosa Essential Oil's soothing and gentle properties to relieve skin conditions. Adopt Palmarosa Oil to treat the skin mind and mind, and enjoy a multitude of rewards.
USE OF PALMAROSA OIL
Palmarosa oil can be used in many applications. It can be used for aromatherapy in diffusers, it can be added to hot bath water, and when appropriate it can be applied topically. Combine a few drops with acouple of carrier oil teaspoons such as coconut oil and rub the lotion into your hands.