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Top note with a slight middle. slightly mouth-watering for those of us who like devouring ginger.
Spicy, sharp, pungent, warm with a hint of camphor & lemon.
Colour ranges from light yellow to light brown, depending on growing conditions.
Great for mixing with other warming oils eg pepper, mints, cajeput, and even wintergreen if you want to go from warm to hot.
The warming qualities render it useful as a general restorative for emotional depletion; it is said to be effective in revitalizing energy and counteracting exhaustion. It is also said to be an aphrodisiac and is said to increase sexual openness in both men and women.
The volatile oil consists of mainly mono and sesquiterpenes, camphene, beta-phellandrene, curcumin, cineole, geranyl acetate, terpineol, terpenes, borneol, geraniol, limonene, linalool, alpha-zingiberene (30%–70%), beta-sesquiphellandrene (15%–20%), betabisabolene (10%–15%), and alpha-farnesene.
Small amounts ( usually less than 1 %) of citral, citronellol, farnesol, geraniol, limonene, and linalool are usually present.
Geranium oil has a balancing effect on the nervous system and relieves depression and anxiety, stress, while balancing and lifting the spirits. It is said to having a great stimulating effect, which helps with detoxifying the body and also eases female health, like treating menstrual and menopausal problems, heavy periods, breast tenderness, as well as cellulite and fluid retention. It has been said, that it is useful for treating jaundice, gall stones and can also be used for easing nose bleeds and other haemorrhaging. An excellent skin moisturiser and regenerator, as it has been suggested that the?oil helps to balance the secretion of sebum and balances oily and dry skins, also an effective aid to help with burns, wounds, ulcers, athletes foot and other skin problems.? It is commonly used for childhood ailments such as chicken pox, measles and mumps.
5ml, 10ml, 50ml, 100ml
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