Anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, anti-arthritic, analgesic, antiseptic, anti-infective, digestive, carminative, general tonic, antidepressant, febrifuge, astringent, cicatrizant, refreshing, deodorant, galactogen, phlebotonic, insect repellent, antiparasitic, hepatic stimulant, remineralizing and antineuralgic.
– Anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic and anti-arthritic: +++
– Analgesic: ++++
– Antiseptic and anti-infective: ++++
– Digestive and carminative: ++++
– General tonic: ++++
– Antidepressant: ++
– Febrifuge: +++
– Astringent and cicatrizant: +++
– Refreshing and deodorant: ++++
– Galactogen: ++
– Phlebotonic: +++
– Insect repellent and pesticide: ++++
– Hepatic stimulant: +++
– Antineuralgic: +++
In diffusion: perfect for work and study areas, Lemongrass is a friend of concentration, analytical sense and security. Powerful
antistress and antidepressant, it makes you tackle even the most difficult activities with dynamism and a proactive spirit. Shake off that “Monday morning feeling,” mental fatigue, demotivation, fear of not being up to it. Lemongrass Essential Oil helps you face the demanding day ahead without hesitation. Antiseptic, it purifies the air and improve its quality significantly. Disinfectant, it inhibits the growth of mold and keeps insects away.
Massage, ointments and frictions: the circulatory and toning properties of Lemongrass make it impressively effective against cellulite and tissue breakdown. A massage – always diluted in Vegetable Oil – helps to alleviate muscle pain and back pain. Antifungal and antiseptic, Lemongrass can be used in case of fungi and skin infections.
Lemongrass is also febrifuge: frictions with cold water and Essential Oil can lower the temperature and fight fever symptoms and flu debilitation.
We do not recommend the use of Lemongrass on people allergic to the poaceae (or gramineae) family. We also advise against the use of Lemongrass Essential Oil on the skin before exposure to sunlight as it could have a photosensitizing effect.