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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Pelargonium x asperum||Egypt||Conventional||Steam distilled||Leaves||rosy floral scent.||Soluble in alcohol & insoluble in water|
Variety: Geranium Oil (Egyptian)
It is extracted from leaves of Geranium plant by means of the steam distillation process. This process takes place under strict regulatory condition and claims to offer the best-quality and 100% organic oil to people.
Geranium belongs to Geraniaceae family of the plant and is perennial, annual or biennial in nature based on the type of species. It grows all through the temperate region across the world. The leaves of the plant are circular in shape and are long. Flowers have 5 petals that may vary in colors such as blue, pink and purple. The plant can grow in any soil, if it is not waterlogged.
Brief History of Geranium Oil (Egyptian)
Germanium oil is obtained from the leaves of the plant by means of steam distillation process. The extracted oil is known to have excellent healing properties and helps in quick healing of bone fractures injury along with other purposes.
• Ancient Egyptian used this vital oil for treating tumour due to cancer.
• In the late 17th century, the oil was brought to Europe and then it became a favourite choice of people belonging to the Victorian era, where fresh leaves were used as finger bowls and were placed at the dining table.
• Also, during the same era, this was used in parlours for keeping it on the tables to get spring of rose-aroma.
• The oil exhibits many therapeutic properties such as astringent, haemostatic, tonic, diuretic and also acts as vulnerary agent.
• It balances hormones, reduces inflammation, depression, irritation, stress and also improves blood circulation.
• The oil is known to lower blood pressure and enhances kidney and dental health.
Blends well with
Geranium essential oil goes well with Lemon, Lemongrass, Neroli, Basil, Bergamot, Nutmeg, Lavender, Juniper, fennel, Grapefruit, Clary sage, Jasmine, and Citronella.
General Precautionary Measures!
• Although the oil is non-toxic and non-irritant in nature, however, it may cause an unwanted reaction in people who are allergic to it. So be very much careful when using this oil.
• Pregnant women, children and lactating mother should use the oil if their doctor has prescribed it.