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Palmarosa Essential Oil

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What is Palmarosa Essential Oil? (Cymbopogon Martinii var Motia)

The Palmarosa oil comes from the native of India, where the plant Palmarosa has grown abundantly in the summer when the flowers bloom to their heart's content. The scientific name of the Palmarosa is Cymbopogon martini, known for its rose-like smell. The Palmarosa essential oil comes from the grassy leaves and the flower of the Palmarosa plant. Palmarosa has many common names like rosa grass, ginger grass, Indian geranium, and simply as Rosha. The Palmarosa oil has a unique floral fragrance that feels like a sweet rose with a pinch of lemon. Palmarosa is considered an herb, and Palmarosa is highly Valued in aromatherapy and skincare.

 

Extraction

When the harvested plants reach their maturity just before flowering is perfect for extraction. The highest concentration of Palmarosa essential oil is usually located in the plant's stem and leaves.

Steam distillation

The parts of the plant are chopped and crushed into small pieces to prepare the distillation process. The plant material is placed inside the distillation tank or a still, and the steam is introduced from the bottom of the tank. The steam passes through the material that carries the compound along with it. Then the obtained steam enters the condenser and causes the smoke to turn into liquid, including the essential oil.

 

Contemporary Uses

Palmarosa essential oil has been used for various reasons in both olden and recent times. While some of the uses follow consistently, other benefits have been evolving and discovering the full potential of the Palmarosa oil. With advanced technology, there are many revolving discoveries made.

In the olden days, they mainly used Palmarosa essential oil for medical, perfumery, and traditional skincare. They apply this essential oil in conventional medicine because it contains antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, typically used on wounds, burns, and skin infections. The tonic made from Palmarosa oil is used for digestive issues and general purposes. The herbs in Palmarosa oil are often made into creams, lotions, and soaps to care for the skin in the olden days. This oil contains a sweet scent, so they are blended in the perfumes and create various scented products.

In modern times, the Palmarosa essential oil is used in aromatherapy practices. The Palmarosa oil is appreciated for its calming and mood-lifting effect on emotions and the body. The oil is used in massage, which helps you to relax your mind and relieves stress from the body. In the cosmetic industry, it is used as a moisturizing agent that balances the skin's PH level. Products in serums, cleansers, and creams containing Palmarosa essential oils fit all skin types, from dry to oily.

 

Benefits

Aromatherapy

Palmarosa essential oil offers people in aromatherapy a great benefit due to its unique scent. The essential oil helps people to improve their sleeping patterns and creates a soothing atmosphere. The essential oil has a balancing effect on both body and mind. The Palmarosa oil assists overall well-being. The pleasant floral scent of the Palmarosa oil promotes a positive outlook. The smell of the Palmarosa essential oil has an influencing effect for aromatherapy purposes.

Skincare

The Palmarosa essential oil is widely used in skin care for various reasons. Palmarosa oil is an anti-aging agent, and it is used in creams, serums, or facial oils to reduce wrinkles.

Cosmetics

Palmarosa essential oil in cosmetics increases the effectiveness of the products. These are used in Lip balms and lipsticks to keep the lips from hydration and dark pigmentation. Using Palmarosa oils in hair products gives hair a glorious and luxurious look, conditions the hair, and adds a shiny appearance.

Perfumes

Palmarosa oil's versatility allows you to layer with other fragrances to create unique and customized scent combinations. The naturally sweet and rosy aroma is a major element in the perfumery industry. The palmarosa essential oil has a subtle undertone of a citrusy accent, and the warm aroma adds depth to woody perfumes.

Candles and Incense

Candles infused with palmarosa essential oil offers various benefits beyond their sweet scent. The gentle aroma creates a calming, relaxing atmosphere after a long hectic day. The Palmarosa oil creates a harmonious environment that uplifts our mind and body spirits. Aromatherapy using candles with Palmarosa oil allows you to relax during aromatherapy practices. The Palmarosa-infused candles are natural air fresheners that freshen the room with their delightful scent.

Medicinal benefits

Supports your Respiratory system

Inhaling the Palmarosa oil vapor helps to relieve cough and respiratory discomfort. The Palmarosa oil helps to open the airways for easier breathing. The Palmarosa essential oil can be added to the steam inhalation for effective relief during cold and flu.

Digestive aid

The Palmarosa essential is applied on the surface of the stomach to massage, promoting digestive health. If abnormal bloating and discomfort are in the stomach area, the Palmarosa oil is used to soothe the inducing pain.

Antiseptic and Antimicrobial properties

The Palmarosa essential oil acts as an antiseptic agent that helps to disinfect wounds and infections. Palmarosa essential oil in affected skin clears bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

Palmarosa essential oil for Pets

The Palmarosa essential oil has insect-repellent properties that help to remove fleas and ticks from your beloved pets. The shampoo or sprays used for pets has Palmarosa , designed to repel fleas and ticks. It is mandatory to note that using Palmarosa essential oil for the first time on your beloved pet should be under the guidance of a certified vet. The vet guides you on proportions and methods to use the Palmarosa oil for your pet.

 

Precaution

Dilution

It is important to note that every essential oil is used on a recommended ratio level of the oil. Only using more palmarosa essential oil might cause discomfort or allergic reaction. Health professionals and aromatherapists guide you with certain methods and conditions to be followed. Adding a small amount is enough for most of the time. It is recommended that before directly using this essential oil, we can add carrier oils like coconut oil, jojoba oil, or almond oil.

Sensitivity

Before using the Palmarosa essential oil, we should check whether you are allergic to it. This test can be done by adding a few dots of Palmarosa essential oil to your skin before applying wholly to the skin and checking on the patch of the skin for at least 24 hours to confirm your skin's sensitivity. Some might immediately react upon using the Palmarosa oil, but for some, it might take longer hours to determine the result. So applying and leaving it for 24 hours can help you to come to a conclusion.

Pregnancy and nursing

It is highly advised not to use essential oil during pregnancy and breastfeeding. After Consulting healthcare professionals, an individual can take the Palmarosa essential oil.

 

Storage

The Palmarosa essential oil should be kept in the dark and cool places to maintain its authenticity and potency. If kept in direct sunlight, this essential oil might evaporate.

 

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Product Details

Botanical Name Cymbopogon Martinii var Motia
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Origin India
Color Pale yellow to light brown
Aroma Floral yet sharp
Extracted from  Leaves
Blends well with Lavender, Rose, Neroli, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine, Petitgrain, Bergamot, Mandarin, and Grapefruit.