History of Citronella Essential Oil
Used historically to treat menstrual symptoms and intestinal parasites, Citronella essential oil is also used to sanitize and deodorize surfaces. When paired with Cedarwood, Citronella essential oil has powerful effects as an insect repellent.
Citronella is known for its refreshing and uplifting properties
Citronella essential oil can be found in:
- Animal Scents Shampoo
Origin of Citronella Essential Oil
- Sri Lanka
How Citronella Essential Oil is Made
This oil is steam distilled from the plant’s aerial parts and leaves
How to Use Citronella Essential Oil
Use this oil by:
- Diluting one part essential oil with one part V-6 Vegetable Complex or another pure vegetable oil
- Put into a capsule and take up to three times daily as needed
- Apply onto targeted areas, chakras, or Vita Flex points
- Direct inhalation
- Diffusing for up to 30 minutes three times daily
- Taking as a dietary supplement
- Candles – You can have a lot of fun making candles at home and Citronella candles are great for the patio! You can either add Citronella to the candle you are making or you can do a floating candle and add Citronella to the liquid your candle is floating on.
- Diffusing – Ever thought about diffusing outdoors, well this is a great opportunity to try it. You can also diffuse this oil inside as well.
- Home Cleaners – this oil can be added to your DIY home cleaners, it adds an uplifting aroma while assisting in cleaning your home toxic free. What’s better than that!
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