Lemongrass oil is tall perennial plant; scientifically known as Cymbopogon citratus belongs to Poaceae grass family. Lemongrass tree is originated in tropical and subtropical regions and cultivated in India, Cambodia, Malaysia, Srilanka, China and Guatemala. It well grown in dense clumps and it has bright, sharp-edged leaves and lemon grass plant is similar to grass.
Lemon grass essential oil is extracted from the leaves of Cymbopogon plant by steam distillation method.
Its main compounds are Geranyl acetate, myrcene, neral, nerol, citronella, terpineol, methyl heptonene, dipentene, geraneol, farnesol, limonene and citral.
Lemongrass oil has thin consistency; its aroma is lemony & grassy and pale yellow in colour.
It well blends wither essential oil particularly with geranium, bergamot, eucalyptus, melaleuca, lavender, rosemary, tea tree, coriander and cedar wood oil.
19 Unique Uses and Benefits of Pure Lemongrass Oil:-
Ans. Lemongrass essential oil is extracted from the leaves of Cymbopogon plant by steam distillation method.
Ans. It well blends wither essential oil particularly with geranium, bergamot, eucalyptus, melaleuca, lavender, rosemary, tea tree, coriander and cedar wood oil.
Ans. Lemongrass oil can be diffused using a vaporizer, inhaled, applied topically or ingested. It can be taken internally in a diluted form. However, I do not recommend taking this oil orally without the supervision of a qualified health care provider.
Ans. If you're struggling with hair loss, oily hair and other scalp conditions, lemongrass oil may be beneficial, as it can help strengthen your hair follicles. Just apply a diluted solution onto your scalp, and then rinse out.
Ans. It has lemony & grassy in aroma.