Trần Mao palmarosa essential oil

Trần Mao palmarosa essential oil

+ Scientific name: Cymbopogon martini

+ English name: Palmarosa

+ Color: light yellow

+ Fragrance: The smell of roses and a little citronella, it is cool and pleasant

Palmarosa essential oil used as a substitute for rose in the aromatic industry is an insect repellent, especially malaria mosquito.
Tran-Mao-palmarosa-essential-oil
Tran-Mao-palmarosa-essential-oil

Origin

Trần Mao palmarosa essential oil is created by Chu Ba Nam who is pharmacist – writer – Lecturer of Hanoi University of Pharmacology, PhD student of Academy of Bulgarian Rose Valley. He was dubbed the “Mint King” of Vietnam.

Ingredient:

100% pure palmarosa extract, no preservatives, chemicals
Tran-Mao-palmarosa-essential-oil
Tran-Mao-palmarosa-essential-oil

Uses:

– Used as a raw material for the manufacture of soaps, perfumes and cosmetics, as well as aromatic tobacco – Used to chase insects, especially malaria mosquitoes -Treat arthritis, back pain, sensation and hair loss. – Effect antimicrobial, bactericidal strongly; enhance digestion, reduce fever – Help relieve stress, calm the spirit – Balance the skin, cleanse and moisturize the skin, remove wrinkles, reduce acne, treat dermatitis. – Can combine with base oil to massage or bath face, body. – Help to make aroma and deodorant, bactericidal, good for the respiratory system.
Tran-Mao-palmarosa-essential-oil
Tran-Mao-palmarosa-essential-oil

How to use:

– Use with burning lamp: Pour a little water into the burning lamp and add 2 to 3 drops of essential oil onto the lamp. After 1 to 2 minutes, the essential oil will spread throughout the room. – Use to face: Cleanse the skin, add 1 drop of essential oil into 2 to 3 liters of hot water, then wait for the water to evaporate directly to the face. In addition, you can put 1 drop of essential oil into 1 liter of water to wash directly on the face. – Use to bath: Put a few drops of essential oil into the bath with warm water and soak for 20 to 45 minutes.
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