Palmarosa essential oil has a sweet, floral aroma that's like a touch of summer on a cold winter's day. Its light, rosy scent is especially good for relieving depression, apathy and poor concentration.
Use palmarosa to clear your head and steady your thinking when you're feeling overwhelmed, exhausted or anxious.
It's also great to use in aromatherapy diffusers during sickness such as colds and the flu.
Its antiviral and antibacterial properties - and its mood-lifting scent! - make it great for disinfecting sickrooms.
On the skin, plamarosa oil has a balancing effect on oil production, so it's good for both dry and oily skin types. It also stimulates the formulation of new tissue, so it's great in anti-aging skin care formulas and for scarring, problem skin and wounds.
Palmarosa essential oil is particularly good for candle and soap recipes because its scent is very long lasting.
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Palmarosa is a tall, fragrant grass. The essential oil is steam distilled from the dried grass, which is harvested before the flowers appear.
Strong but light sweet floral scent with a hint of rose.
refreshes positive energy
digestive and circulatory tonic
relieves pain by reducing inflammation
heals, regenerates and moisturizes skin; also good for acne
helps with hair loss
antiseptic, antibacterial, disinfectant
Palmarosa's strong middle note blends well with all the floral oils, as well as with cedar, geranium, rosewood and sandalwood.
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