Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) essential oil was used as far back in history as ancient Egyptian times; the Egyptians used geranium oil to treat cancerous tumours. Geranium was brought to Europe in the late 17th century and became popular during the Victorian era; fresh leaves of geranium were placed at formal dining tables and used as finger bowls. In the Victorian parlour, the potted rose geranium plant was placed on tables, where a fresh sprig could be obtained.
Used cosmetical or topical in general, Geranium Essential Oil is reputed to effective eliminate dead cells, tighten the skin, promote the regeneration of new skin, and diminish signs of ageing. Used medicinal, Geranium Essential Oil works as an anti-inflammatory and anti-septic agent.
Are you sore from an intense workout? Using some oil topically may help with any muscle cramps, aches, and/or pains plaguing your sore body. Create a massage oil by mixing five drops of geranium oil with one tablespoon of jojoba oil and massage it into your skin, focusing on your muscles.
This oil is known for its dermatological use for the treatment of ageing, wrinkled, and/or dry skin. It has the power to minimize the look of wrinkles because it tightens facial skin and slows down the effects of ageing. Add two drops of geranium oil to your face lotion and apply it twice daily. After a week or two, you may just see the look of your wrinkles begin to fade away.
This oil has potent antibacterial and anti-fungal abilities against at least 24 different types of bacteria and fungi. These antibacterial and anti-fungal properties found in geranium oil can help to protect your body from infection. When you use geranium oil to fight external infection, your immune system can focus on your internal functions and keep you healthier.
Geranium Oil for skin, with its antibacterial and soothing anti-inflammatory properties, geranium oil can boost skin health. Geranium oil can help in the treatment of acne, dermatitis, and skin diseases. Are you wonder, “Can I use geranium oil directly on the skin?” To be on the safe side, it’s best to dilute the Pure Geranium Essential Oil with a carrier oil.
This oil is a circulatory oil, which means that it exits the body through sweat. Now your sweat will smell like flowers! Because geranium oil has antibacterial properties, it aids in eliminating bodily odours and can be used as a natural deodorant. The rose-like smell of geranium oil is a perfect way to keep you smelling fresh every day. This oil can be used to help in the treatment of acne, bug bites, and wounds. It may aid in relief from menstrual pain.
Dilute 4-6 drops in water for aroma diffuser.