100% PURE APHRODISIAC OIL OF GERANIUM-BOURBON FROM MADAGASCAR
Essential oil description:
Bourbon geranium comes from the island of Réunion, as this island was formerly called Bourbon Island. At “Le sourceur” they have been cultivating it since 2013 in the heart of Madagascar, in the Antsirabe region.
Geranium essential oil soothes, provides security, stabilizes, comforts and eliminates tensions. Helps balance and harmonize the feminine and masculine aspects. It is useful for people who have difficulty making decisions.
APHRODISIAC AND NERVOUS BALANCER
- used for aromatherapy, for yoga, massage, to enhance the properties of beauty products, for hair and skin care
- helps restore psychological balance by intensifying physical and mental activity
- effective oil for skin problems
- It is used as a hair growth product. Contributes to the rapid healing process after skin burns and the regeneration of cells
- helps get rid of cellulite, geranium oil can be mixed with other essential oils or Base Carrier Oils
Botanical name: Pelargonium graveolens
Place of origin: Antsirabe (Madagascar)
Part used: Flowering tops
Quality: 100% pure and natural
Main components: Geranyl formate
Botanical family: Geraniaceae
Aromatic identity: Herbal character
- Energy Balancing
- Skin toner
- Healing, regenerating
- Regulates sugar metabolism (adjuvant)
- Acne, eczema, burns, wounds, fungal infections
- Sagging skin, stretch marks, cellulite
- Bleeding cuts, bleeding nose
- Stress, asthenia, anxiety, nervousness
- Rheumatism, arthritis, tendinitis
- Insect repellent
VERY IMPORTANT: Essential oils must be diluted before applying to the skin to minimize adverse reactions and systemic toxicity.
AFRO GERANIUM OIL PREPARATION FOR MASSAGES:
Dilute 2 drops of Bourbon Geranium essential oil with 60ml of vegetable oil (sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil, grapeseed oil, jojoba oil and avocado oil work well as carriers of essential oils)
total volume of ml of carrier oil
———————— —————————– = Number of drops of essential oil in total (2%)
IT CAN BE COMBINED WELL WITH THESE ESSENTIAL OILS: Lavender, Patchouli, Rose, Nerolí, Sandalwood, Jasmine, Juniper, Grapefruit or other citrus.
Concentrated substances are rarely put to direct use, and essential oils are no exception. Almost always, the strength and concentration of an essential oil should be diluted before applying it to the skin.
Dilution of essential oils is done by adding a drop (or more) of the essential oil into a carrier or vegetable oil, such as such as jojoba oil or almond oil, etc. This not only provides a good medium for the oil to absorb into the skin, but it spreads the essential oil over a larger surface area for better application.
Even essential oils that require extreme care during direct handling and concentrate can be used safely when properly diluted. Knowing how to properly dilute essential oils is to use them safely.
Healthy average adult: 2% dilution (2 drops per teaspoon of carrier oil, 12 drops per mL)
Ideal for most adults and most situations. This is also a good dilution for daily skin care.
Temporary health problem: 3% to 10% dilution (2 to 20 drops per teaspoon of carrier oil, 12 to 120 drops per 30ml)
Best for short-term use for a temporary health problem such as muscle injury or respiratory congestion. For an acute problem, such as a muscle cramp or severe pain, 25% may be appropriate (25 drops per teaspoon of vegetable oil, 150 drops per 30 mL).
Essential oils are highly concentrated substances and must be diluted for almost all uses. Keep oils out of the reach of children and pets. Store the oils in a dark and cool place for better preservation.
2% dilution – Ideal for most adults for most uses, including daily care.
3% dilution – Used in brief periods for temporary conditions, such as muscle injuries, respiratory congestion. Even in some cases, depending on age and physical condition, 10% could be reached (although always better under the supervision of a professional).
25% dilution – Exclusive for very specific applications, such as muscle cramps, bruises and severe pain. It should only be applied in this way with knowledge of the facts and under the instructions of a professional.
The lower the amount of essential oil in the dilution, the lower the risk of adverse reactions. One must be stingy with dilutions. Less is more.
Precautions for use:
Not recommended during the first three months of pregnancy.
These properties and applications have been obtained from reference works in aromatherapy. All the information on this page is for informational purposes only, and cannot be considered as medical information, nor does it engage our legal responsibility. Consult your doctor or health professional trained in aromatherapy for a specific and appropriate therapeutic treatment.
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