Botanical name: Pelargonium graveolens.
Aroma: warm, bitter-floral with fruity notes.
Produce: method water distillation.
Topically: skin, muscles, gums, and tissues toner due to solid astringent properties. Wrinkle and scar reducer. Nerve painkiller. Treatment for wounds, cuts, acne, dermatitis, and skin diseases. Repellent and insect bite healer.
Aromatically: direct and indirect inhalations to treat respiratory infections, anxiety, and depression. Deodorant to combat body odor. It is perfuming for your favorite personal care products.
Externally: natural rosy-mint aroma for homemade air freshener or deodorizer.
Internally: antiparasitic, diuretic, intestines, and blood vessel contraction. Alzheimer's disease and dementia prevention. Food ingredients (baked goods, beverages).
- 3-6 drops for oil burner;
- internally non-fasting! no more than one drop of 2 times a day, mixed with honey;
- for inhalation, no more two drops;
- for gargle, add two drops in a glass of warm water;
- for the enrichment of cosmetics, use three drops to one tablespoon of the basics;
- to relieve headaches, mix one drop of geranium oil with four drops of base oil and rub into the temporal region;
- pure oil is used to treat burns, cuts, and frostbite.
Do not use in case of individual intolerance to the components of the product. Stimulates estrogen synthesis, do not use concomitantly with birth control pills, do not use pure form during the first 5 months of pregnancy. Children under 6 years of age are prohibited from using the drug! You should not use geranium internally for a long time (more than 3 weeks), especially for people suffering from diabetes, given its ability to lower blood sugar levels. Never take on an empty stomach! Consult with your doctor before use!