Palmarosa


Botanical Name: Cymbopogon martinii var. motia
Family: Gramineae
Country: India
Parts Used: Grass/Steam or water distillation
Biochemical Class: Alcohol, Ester
Fragrance: Sweet, rosy/geranium, floral
Perfume Note: Middle - Top
Characteristics: Calming, gently uplifting
Properties: Antiseptic, powerful/large spectrum antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral (cryptococcosis), cicatrizant, febrifuge, hydrating, stimulant (digestive/circulatory/ cardiac), tonic (uterine/nervous)
Indications/Uses
Cardio-Vascular: Sluggish circulation, constricted vessels
Digestive: Poor appetite, bacterial/viral infections
Endocrine:
Genito-Urinary: Thrush, cystitis, urethritis, vaginitis, cervitis, salpingitis, birthing
Immune: Viral infections, fever
Integumentary: Acne (staph), dermatitis, eczema, wounds, wrinkles, irregular sebum production (all skin types)
Muscular-Skeletal: Flaccid muscles
Nervous: Stress, tension
Respiratory: Bronchitis, sinusitis, otitis, bronchitis, sore throat, tinitis
Emotional: Morning fatigue, irritability, inflexability
Chakra:
Usage Notes
Method of Use: Inhalation, massage, compress, bath, sitz bath, spritzer
Cautions:

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