Essential Oil

Lemongrass Oil

Cymbopogon citratus

Our wildcrafted lemongrass essential oil is steam distilled from fields of rich, green grasses cultivated in the rural countryside of Nepal. We love using lemongrass essential oil in blends formulated to help purify and reduce the presence of unwanted bacteria, microbes, or fungus.

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Benefits and uses

The spicy green grasses of the Cymbopogon citratus plant create an herbaceous, lemony essential oil. In addition to helping reduce unwanted bacteria, microbes, or fungus, lemongrass essential oil is also known to help manage minor pain and inflammation, work to ease situational depression, and help support healthy digestion.

Emotionally and energetically, lemongrass essential oil can invite comfort during difficult emotional transitions. It also uplifts and relaxes, assisting in both reducing fatigue and energizing the mind.

geranial

42-48%

neral

31-36%

geraniol

1-4%
Country
Nepal
Plant Part
  • Grass
Cultivation
Wildcrafted
Botanical Family
Poaceae
Extraction Methods
Steam Distilled
Notes
  • Middle-top
Chemical Families
  • Aldehydes
Aromas
  • Herbaceous
  • Lemony
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  • Battaglia S. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. 2nd edition, The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, Australia, 2003
  • Davis P. Aromatherapy an A-Z. New revised edition C.W. Daniel Company Limited, England, 1999
  • Keville, K. Aromatherapy, A Complete Guide to the Healing Art, The Crossing press, USA, 1995
Shelf Life

4 years

Safety & Warnings
    • May irritate skin and mucous membranes, use at 0.7% maximum. May be skin sensitizing (try using oils high in d-limonene or alpha-pinene to help). Use caution for young children. Tisserand suggests the use of citral be restricted to 0.5% maximum on the skin during pregnancy. Oils containing citral should be avoided with antidepressants (specifically Bupropion) that inhibits CYP2B6 enzyme. Tisserand states that this risk is considered "theoretical" based on the research.
    • Oils high in Citral are known to be a mucous membrane irritant.
    • Aldehydes are sensitive to oxidation and for this reason and can be stored in a refrigerator for the longest possible shelf life.
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