Lemongrass Tea Essential Oil
This essential oil blend has a beautiful herb and citrus scent. Perfect for the spring and summer!
Lemongrass– Lemongrass is a tropical, grassy plant used in cooking and herbal medicine. Extracted from the leaves and stalks of the lemongrass plant, lemongrass has a powerful, citrus scent. It’s often found in soaps and other personal care products.
Patchouli– While much of the evidence for the benefits of this oil is anecdotal, research is beginning to show that it does have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and pain-relieving properties. This doesn’t often elicit irritation or an allergic response when applied to the skin. But you should still be careful when initially using it in case a reaction occurs. Never apply undiluted oil to the surface.
Rosemary– Rosemary oil, derived from the common cooking herb, has long been popular in folk medicine and is now proving beneficial in scientific studies. Though most of this research is preliminary, studies note that this oil may boost your health by improving mental focus and memory, fighting hair loss, relieving pain and inflammation, repelling certain insects, and easing stress.
Lime– Lime Oil is amongst the most affordable of essential oils and is routinely used for its energizing, fresh and cheerful aroma. It is well known in folklore for its ability to cleanse, purify and renew the spirit and the mind. It is also said to be effective in cleansing the aura.
Sage– Clary sage (Salvia sclarea) is a flowering herb that’s native to the Mediterranean Basin. This oil that’s extracted from the leaves and buds of the plant has a clean, refreshing scent that you can use as a skin balm or gently inhale as part of an aromatherapy treatment.
Bergamot– Commonly used in aromatherapy to elevate mood and alleviate stress, bergamot oil is said to have properties similar to grapefruit in that it is antiseptic, antispasmodic, and analgesic (pain-relieving). Some practitioners will add bergamot to the water for use as a health tonic.