Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus)

Lemon grass is native to tropical regions, for example in India, Africa, Indonesia and South America. Because of its intense fragrance that lemongrass one of the most popular fragrances for scenting is. A derived from lemongrass skin oil is an ideal massage oil that revitalizes the body and the mind.

It uses the lemongrass since ancient times as a remedy for various ailments. In India, his home country, using the lemongrass as against febrile infections, indigestion and even against cholera.

Lemon grass, which can grow up to 50 cm high, belongs to the family of grasses, as well as as the vetiver. Lemon grass is now grown naturally in large cultures, for example in Brazil or in China, so you can produce large quantities of essential oil, which today are processed. The essential oil is slightly yellowish and is obtained by the distillation of the leaves.

Lemon grass has a very refreshing citrus scent that has a refreshing effect on our psyche. It has been found that the lemongrass particularly acts on the left half of the brain, thereby increasing the concentration and thinking ability. One can therefore, for example, sprinkle a few drops of the oil on a tissue and thus increase the concentration in the office or on long trips.


Lemon grass can cause sensitive skin irritation.

but the lemongrass refreshes not only in the psychological realm, and physically it helps us to be more alert again: Enter a few drops of lemongrass oil in her shower gel and take a refreshing shower with it – especially for people in the morning not get up to speed , A positive side effect is that the oil has a firming effect on the connective tissue, it can help in passing and against cellulite.

Of course, one uses the lemongrass today in perfumes and other cosmetics because it just has these wonderful fresh air. In face lotions or facial creams Lemon grass has a very cleansing and toning effect on our skin, it also cleanses the skin.

Lemongrass oil helps us fever, flatulence, colds, headaches, it increases concentration and thinking skills. Lemongrass oil is antiseptic and can be used as such. B. even with athlete’s foot.

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