£5.19 £6.49


100% natural
Latin name: Cymbopogon martinii
Origin: India

Capacity: 10ml


Palmarosa is a lemongrass-like plant with red flowers like geraniums. Due to the high content of geraniol, it resembles a geranium and a rose.
Popularly known as "Indian Geranium" or "Turkish Geranium".

Palmarosa is very famous in India, where it plays an important role in Ayurvedic medicine to fight infectious diseases.
This plant can be found wild in India, while in Madagascar it is grown by local farmers. She reached Europe by road through Constantinople. 

Since palmarosa is not an expensive oil, it is often used to counterfeit rose oil. Palmarosa is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine, it is used in the form of dried tea and essential oil. It has a strong antibacterial and antiseptic effect. 

It prevents infections, mycosis, heals acne and is irreplaceable in the treatment of gynecological problems and inflammation of the bladder. 

Recommended during diarrhea, gastric and intestinal diseases, including irritable bowel syndrome. 

It is also a natural deodorant, a few drops of this oil spread under the armpit keeps you fresh all day long. Palmarosa is not an antiperspirant, it does not block your natural perspiration, but it kills bacteria that cause odors. 

Also used by men struggling with the unpleasant smell of sweat. Palmarosa protects the feet against mycosis. 

When itches and burns, it is enough to rub 1 drop of the oil, between the toes. In Ayurveda, palmarosa is recommended during colds, flu, and tonsillitis. In countries where it grows, palm tree tea is popular, reminiscent of lemongrass tea or geranium tea. It also has a calming and calming effect.

The scent of palmarosa oil can be found in deodorants, scented candles, e.g. against mosquitoes, perfumes and cosmetics for problematic skin, especially acne-prone skin, or in anti-wrinkle creams. 

Palmarosa is also added to preparations that strengthen immunity, painkillers, insect bites and oils for relaxing massage, anti-cellulite massage and lymphatic drainage.

Palmarosa is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women, children and people with sensitive skin. The essential oil can irritate the eyes and mucous membranes, so be especially careful when applying.

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