Lemongrass essential oil is extracted from the lemongrass plant, quite commonly known as serai in the Malay Peninsula. Most commonly found in tropical countries, lemongrass is widely used for Asian cooking and herbal medicine.
With its unique combination of citrusy and grassy, earthy aroma, lemongrass essential oil has a strong scent and can be overpowering if too much is used. As the saying goes, a little goes a long way! Lemongrass essential oil is quite a familiar scent, especially if you frequent spas, as it exudes a fresh yet relaxing vibe.
Highly versatile, lemongrass essential oil can be used as a pain reliever, disinfecting or cleaning agent, or as an oil for relaxation and massages. Like many essential oils, lemongrass essential oil can be used both topically or diffused – and like always, we caution against using the oil directly on your skin. Please always use a carrier cream or oil before any topical application!
Lemongrass essential oil is known to have antibacterial properties and can be used to aid in wound healing and prevent infections. Research has shown that this oil is effective against various drug-resistant bacteria. Even in low concentrations, it is helpful in the fight against infections that do not react to antibiotics. In addition, lemongrass essential oil has anti-fungal, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it a must-have in your essential oil collection, as its versatility can aid in keeping bacteria and infection away from you and your family.
If you experience joint or muscular pains or suffer from conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, the lemongrass essential oil can help alleviate your pain. You can massage your carrier cream or oil, with a few drops of the oil, directly onto your troubled areas. This oil helps reduce inflammation that is caused by these conditions.
Lemongrass has always been an old school remedy for tummy issues such as gastric ulcers, nausea and diarrhoea. So why not use this generational remedy for your digestive problems? Studies have shown that even in its diffused form, lemongrass essential oil may aid in slowing down a loose tummy and prevent gastric ulcers. So if you frequently face tummy upsets, we recommend that you own one of Kidz Paradize’s Lemongrass Essential Oil for quick relief.
Another purpose of lemongrass essential oil is to keep those annoying bugs away! Acting as a natural insect repellent, you can conveniently rub some diluted oil into your skin or your little ones (make sure to do a patch test before use) and keep your whole family protected.
Kidz Paradize knows how important it is to protect your loved ones, especially in times like this, so we have prepared a lemongrass essential oil-based disinfectant to keep unwanted viruses and bacteria at bay. Our Fresh All Purpose Disinfectant has been the choice product for those looking to keep their spaces protected against 99.99% of pathogens. In addition, this product of ours has been SGS approved, so you can take confidence that it will work its magic! To learn more about our Fresh All Purpose Disinfectant, click this link!
We promise that you won’t regret owning that bottle of lemongrass essential oil or any of our lemongrass-based products!
Please note that Kidz Paradize does not advise you to use our products as a replacement for medications prescribed by your doctor for conditions that you are receiving treatments for. While many of our products are safe for you to use alongside your treatments, we recommend for you to talk to your doctor before use.
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