Palmarosa Oil

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Description : Palmarosa, also known as Indian or Turkish geranium, rosha, or motia, is a type of tropical grass native to India and is known for its rich supply of volatile oils. The herbaceous green grass shares similarities with lemongrass and citronella.

Uses : Palmarosa oil is used to treat skin problems like eczema and psoriasis, as well as boils, abscesses, and acne. Animals may also benefit from this gentle plant oil. Specifically, dog skin disorders and horse skin fungus and dermatitis are just some animal skin conditions palmarosa oil can help treat.

During ancient times, palmarosa oil was used for its antibacterial and antiseptic properties, and was widely used by Indian physicians to lower fever and prevent infection.

Other uses of palmarosa oil include relieving stress, anxiety, and nervous exhaustion, and alleviating arthritis and rheumatism when massaged onto the affected areas.

Benefits : Palmarosa oil is well-known for its hydrating properties, and can assist in preventing inflammation and quelling dehydration. It also balances the sebum or oil production of your skin, aids in the healing of cuts and bruises, and helps remedy acne breakouts.

Palmarosa oil’s health benefits are also often attributed to its antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. In one study that tested the antibacterial activity of four types of essential oils – palmarosa, evening primrose, lavender, and tuberose – researchers found that palmarosa essential oil was the most effective against gram-positive (Escherichia coli) and gram-negative (Staphylococcus aureus) species of bacteria.

Another research showed the essential oil’s efficacy against a strain of yeast called Saccharomyces cerevisiae. It was suggested that this effect was due to palmarosa’s geraniol content. It was also found that exposure to the oil led to changes in the composition of the yeast cell membrane, with increased saturated fat and reduced unsaturated fat.

Palmarosa oil can also serve as an antiviral agent, especially when blended with other virus-fighting oils like anise star oil or ravensara oil. The oil can also protect wounds from infection with its function as an antiseptic. When taken internally, palmarosa oil can suppress bacterial growth in your urinary tract. 

Your digestive system also benefits from palmarosa essential oil, as it promotes the production of stomach acid. This aids in nutrient absorption, making the digestion process smoother and more efficient.

Health Benefits : 

  • Respiratory And Digestive Disorders
  • Joint And Muscular Pain
  • Mood Enhancer
  • Cosmetic Purposes
  • Cosmetic Purposes
  • Digestive Aid
  • Skin Conditioning And De-stressing
  • Therapeutic Properties
  • Treating Skin Conditions
  • Curing Dryness Of Skin

 

Specifications
Refractive Index : 1.471 at 30° C
Optical Rotation : +1°