Palmarosa was known as Indian Geranium Oil and used in combination with the more expensive rose oils. This wild growing plant has long slender stems and terminal flowering tops. The grassy leaves from which the essential oil is derived is extremely fragrant. Today, Palmarosa essential oil has its own uses and properties in the practice of aromatherapy.
- Botanical Referance - Cymbopogon Martini (Also botanically known as, Staph v Motia, Andropogon Martini)
- Family - Graminaceae (Poaceae)
- Fragrance Note - Light, Lovely Floral
- Plant Part Used - Aerial parts
- Grade - Therapeutic
- Color - Pale Yellowish
- Production Method - Steam Distillation
- Mixes well with - Geranium, Cananga, Amyris
- Usage - Cosmetics, Perfumery & Aromatherapy
- Country of Origin - India
Additional Use - Skin Care and Acne, Insect Repellent, Skin Conditioner, Soothing Agent, Emollient, Muscle Relaxant.