egyptian geranium essential oil label

Egyptian Geranium Essential Oil-Pelargonium graveolens


BOTANICAL NAME: Pelargonium graveolens

SCENT: Geranium Egyptian is a strong smelling oil with a floral aroma and a subtle hint of rose.


PLANT PART USED: Leaves and Flowers

EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam Distillation.


COLOUR: Geranium Egyptian Essential Oil is pale green to yellow


NOTE: Middle

Egyptian Geranium is a hairy perennial shrub, often used in hedgerows, and stand up to about one metre high with pointed leaves, serrated at the edges and has pinkish-white flowers. It is a native of The Cape and Northern Territories of South Africa.It is sometimes called Sweet Scented Geranium.

Geranium BOURBON is generally considered to be the finest of all the geranium oils.

Reported Attributes of Egyptian Geranium Essential Oil:-

Traditional and Emotional uses reportedly include:-

It is a favourite amongst aromatherapists who often blend it with lavender.

This calming and serene oil has a great all-over balancing effect and this extends to the skin – where it helps to create balance between oily and dry skin, emotions – where it helps to relieve feelings of stress and anxiety, and the hormone system. The strong smell is particularly used to ward off mosquitoes and the oil massaged into the scalp is used against head lice. In massage it is perceived to be assist with fluid retention and help fight cellulite.

It is considered astringent, haemostatic, diuretic, antiseptic, anti-depressant, tonic, antibiotic, anti-spasmodic and as an anti-infectious agent.

Egyptian Geranium Essential Oil Blends Well With:-

Basil, Bergamot, Citronella, Clary Sage, Fennel, Gapefruit, Jasmine, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Neroli, Nutmeg


The plants originated from South Africa as well as Reunion, Madagascar, Egypt and Morocco and was introduced to European countries such as Italy, Spain and France in the 17th century. The Greek pelargos means “stork” A common name for Pelargoniums is Storksbill or Cranesbill due to the shape of their fruit. The specific epithet “graveolens” refers to the strong-smelling leaves


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