gingergrass essential oil label

Gingergrass Essential Oil-Cymbopogon martini

£7.50£28.00

BOTANICAL NAME: Cymbopogon martini

SCENT:  Gingergrass essential oil has a sharp, green scent with pepper and lemon undertones.

STRENGTH OF AROMA:  Medium

PLANT PART USED: Grass

EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam Distillation.

ORIGIN: France

COLOUR: Gingergrass essential oil has a pale yellow to amber hue

CONSISTENCY: Thin

NOTE: Middle

Gingergrass is a perennial herbaceous plant with long and very slender stems with terminal flowering tops. The essential oil obtained from it is very fragrant. It is a wild growing plant The grassy leaves from which the essential oil is derived are extremely fragrant. It is native to Northern India, Nepal and Bhutan and likes a moist habitat. It is quite temperamental to cultivate.It is also known as Indian Geranium, Palmarosa and Rosha or Rosha Grass.

Reported Attributes of Gingergrass Essential Oil:-

Traditional and Emotional uses reportedly include:-

Aromatherapists use Gingergrass as a calming and stress reducing. In massage it is reputed to improve circulation and blood flow as well as the opening of sinus passages. From a spiritual perspective Gingergrass is viewed as a mood uplifting, euphoric, aphrodisiac inducing oil.

In the perfumery industry, Gingergrass oil is added to inject a sharp, green scent – particularly in men’s colognes.

Gingergrass Essential Oil Blends Well With:-

Gingergrass blends well with cananga, geranium, rosewood, amyris, sandalwood, guaiacwood, cedarwood and essential oils that are floral in nature.

History:-

The oil was originally distilled in the 18th Century and has endured varying bouts of popularity since.

Cautions:-

Gingergrass can irritate the skin of those who are sensitive.