Palmarosa Essential Oils
Marginally differing in their aroma, palma rosa grass (from which palmarosa essential oils are derived) come in a couple of varieties: Sofia and Motia. The grasses are harvested previous to flowering, dried, and then the essential oils are produced through steam distillation. They end up having a thin consistency with an aroma described as lemony, rosy, floral, and sweet. Less expensive than rose oil, palmarosa is sometimes used in its place. Palmarosa essential oils blend well with a number of others including the following: ylang-ylang, lime, rosemary, bergamot, geranium, and lavender.
Overall Benefits of Palmarosa Essential Oils
- Can help relieve inflammation
- May help cure athlete’s foot, cracks in skin, and skin sores
- Help the body in retaining its natural moisture
- Assist in the fight against anxiety and depression
- Bacterial infection prevention properties to help fight off and/or cure infections relating to ears, eyes, skin, kidneys, urinary tract, urethra, prostate, bladder, stomach, colon, and more
- Also has antiseptic and antiviral properties
- Good digestive aid encouraging nutrient absorption
- Fever reducer
- Helps the body repair damage done by aging and various additional factors by promoting cell growth
Uses for Palmarosa Essential Oils
Aromatherapists absolutely love palmarosa essential oils and make frequent use of them in order to treat the following: nervousness, anger, anxiety, and fatigue. They also use it to encourage nerve and muscle relaxation and for its uplifting effects.
Pregnant women should seek the advice of their physician before using these essential oils. These oils should be kept out of reach of children. No reported side effects, however, have been reported from their use.