Lemongrass essential oil is energizing, strengthening and good for cheering you up.
Plus, it's excellent for soothing achy muscles and easing stuffed-up breathing - a good choice for aromatherapy cold and flu relief.
Its antiseptic properties and strong, happy scent make lemongrass a great choice for aromatherapy cleaning recipes.
I like to add a few drops to a bucketful of water along with a splash of vinegar for a terrific no-rinse floor washing solution.
Mix it with tea tree and lavender for an antibacterial acne-fighting blend.
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Lemongrass is a fast-growing perennial grass that grows up to five feet (1.5m) high. It has bulbous stems and long sharp, narrow leaves.
Strong, penetrating, herbaceous, fresh, earthy, lemony scent.
Lifts mood; antidepressant
Promotes good sleep
Balances, tones and strengthens the nervous system
Relieves pain by reducing inflammation
Helps breathing when used as an inhalation
Tones and cleanses skin
Stimulates lactation in nursing mothers
Contracts connective tissue
Lemongrass essential oil's strong middle note blends well with citrus oils, as well as with chamomile, clary sage, cypress, lavender, palmarosa, peppermint, sandalwood, vetiver and ylang ylang.
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