Essential Oils A-Z
- Haemostatic Stops bleeding
- Balancing Creates balance in emotions or in activity of part of the body
- Antidepressant Helps lift depression and symptoms related to it
- Stimulant Stimulates a particular system or the whole body
- Vulnerary An agent which helps wounds and sores by external application
- Vermifuge Expels intestinal worms
- Diuretic Increases urine production
- Tonic Invigorates or gives strength to a specific area or the whole body
- Uplifting Helps positive thinking, lifts the emotions
- Antiseptic Prevents or removes infection
- Anti-inflammatory Reduces inflammations
Skin ďż˝ benefits all skin types, balances sebum and helps keep skin supple; tonifies dull and congested skins; improves circulation thus preventing chilblains and enlivening pale skin and broken capillaries. Circulatory/Lymphatic ďż˝ improves circulation and stimulates. lymphatic system; good for odema and cellulite. Nervous ďż˝ a tonic, lifts the spirits and relieves anxiety and depression. Endocrine/Reproductive ďż˝ balances the hormones, thus regulating PMT; menopause (especially depression linked with menopause) and good for heavy periods.
The whole plant contains the essential oil so most of it is used: the leaves, flowers and flower stalks. Geranium plants are originally native to South Africa but are now grown worldwide, especially in Mediterranean Europe, Russia and Egypt. The oil is extracted by steam distillation.
A blend to ďż˝liftďż˝ for the diffuser 5 drops of Geranium 2 drops of Bergamot 1 drop of Neroli
This floral, woody and rosy scent is uplifting. The use of this oil dates back to early Egypt. During the 17th century it was introduced to Europe. Today it is used throughout the world and with about ten species used in essential oils. In Bulgarian folk tradition it is an emblematic plant and in almost every garden; it is a symbol of health, wealth and longevity!
Do not use on very sensitive skin Do not use during early pregnancy