Gingergrass Essential Oil
Gingergrass Essential Oil

Gingergrass Essential Oil

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Gladden your heart with Gingergrass Essential Oil. This tropical treasure’s aroma unfolds as a citrus synergy of grounding grassiness with warm, sweet nuances that’s perfectly peppy in perfumes, light and lively in a diffuser, and nicely enticing in toners and massage oils.

Inhale and let the bright, slightly spicy, citrus scent of Gingergrass set spring in your stride and awaken your senses without overstimulating your system.

Botanical Name: Cymbopogon flexuosus
Botanical Family: Poaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Leaves
Country of Origin: India
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Cymbopogon flexuosus
Consistency: Thin
Scent Description: Fresh and spicy with clean, lemony, earthy notes.
Blends well with: Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cedar, Clary Sage, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lavender, Spikenard, Vetiver, Cinnamon, Clove, Lemongrass, Palmarosa, Orange Sweet, Patchouli, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Petitgrains, and Ylang.
Uses: Spicy, sweet top note in perfumes. Dilute to use in skin care blends. Diffuse to infuse its refreshing aroma. A sweet and zesty house cleaner with its botanicalbiotic benevolence and bright aroma. Delectable in culinary creations. Just right on road-trips to keep car fresh and driver alert. Traditionally used in the tropics to repel insects.
Constituents: An abundance of monoterpenes with generous geranial and neral. Contains 75–85% sweet and lemony citral, which is a beneficial botanicalbiotic.
Contraindications: Always dilute to 1% or less before applying. If skin is sensitive, patch test before using.

The spicier sister of Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus), Gingergrass is a tropically red-tufted grass that is steamed distilled to produce copious essential oil. While Lemongrass and Gingergrass can be used interchangeably, Gingergrass is slightly sweeter and is traditionally used more often in skincare and perfumes while Lemongrass is used more often in teas, soaps, and cuisines. They both excel at repelling pests.

Gingergrass grows freely in East India, and the plant compounds of oil are the perfect combination for microbe-managing deodorants, foot soaks for athletes in need, toners for oily and acne prone skin, and surface cleaners. In massage blends, it embraces delicate terrains of dimples, ripples, lumps, and bumps.

In aromatherapy, Gingergrass Essential Oil boosts positive energy by lifting the spirit and clarifying the mind to alleviate fogginess and fatigue. A drop in a diffuser, salt pipe, or a warm shower will do the trick quick.

Gingergrass’s citrusy-sweet and spicy, fresh, and lemony complex aroma is heart-note perfection in perfumery. It is excellent in exotic blends, floral fragrances, and woodsy colognes.