If you've ever had Thai food you're more than familiar with the uplifting fresh aroma, and tantalizing taste of lemongrass. It can transform a dish from just being 'meh' to amazing!
In fact you'd almost never guess that this unassuming perennial grassy plant, native to India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Burma and Thailand, that thrives under tropical conditions and matures to a height of around 3 feet, is a powerhouse of healing properties.
Extracted from the leaves of freshly cut lemongrass via the process of steam distillation, therapeutic-grade lemongrass oil is known scientifically as Cymbopogon flexuosus or Cymbopogon citratus and its main constituents which include limonene, myrcene, citronellal, nerol, geraniol, neral and citral are known for their antiseptic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory and insecticidal properties.
In this post we'll explore 30 amazing lemongrass essential oil benefits and offer tips on how this incredibly versatile oil can be used in your daily life!
Lemongrass Essential Oil Benefits
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Lemongrass essential oil boasts many incredible benefits such as:
Let's explore the top 30 benefits and medicinal uses of Lemongrass Essential Oil as well as tips and blends on how to use this multi-purpose healing oil:
Lemongrass oil is a natural analgesic (pain-reliever) and anti-inflammatory, which means it can help to alleviate pain and also reduce inflammation. It is especially great for relaxing muscles, relieving headaches, easing stomachaches and period cramps, and providing joint pain relief.
Have a throbbing headache? Headaches can be caused by many reasons - tension, hormonal changes, the weather, allergies and more.
A 2011 study documented that when it comes to pain, lemongrass essential oil can relieve " problems and ailments like headaches, muscle cramps, spasms and rheumatisms."
How to use lemongrass oil for headaches:
Massage: As soon as you feel that headache coming on combine 1-2 drops of lemongrass oil with a carrier oil such as jojoba oil and slowly massage into your temples. This will help to relieve the aching pain and pressure you're feeling.
Lemongrass oil improves blood circulation which makes it excellent for relieving muscle cramps, sprains, and painful muscle spasms.
How to use lemongrass oil for muscle pain:
1. Muscle pain-reliever: For muscle cramps, spasms and general body aches and pains, combine 3-4 drops of lemongrass oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil or castor oil (excellent for boosting circulation) and massage into the affected areas.
2. Foot bath: For soothing sore feet after a long day at work or an adventurous hike, add 5-8 drops of lemongrass oil to a large bowl or container of warm water that you can comfortably place your feet in. Optionally, add 2 tbsp. of Epsom Salts if your feet are really aching. Lemongrass oil helps to soothe and relax those aching feet and doubles up as a natural antibacterial and antifungal wash for your feet too!
Drinking a cup of lemongrass tea is known to help women with period pain. According to the book Herbs that Heal: Natural Remedies for Good Health by H. K. Bakhru an infusion of lemongrass mixed with black pepper can be given "in painful and difficult menstruation."
Lemongrass oil combined with oregano essential oil, which is a natural emenagogue (helps to stimulate menstrual flow) can be quite beneficial for alleviating menstrual cramps.
Note: Being an emenagogue, oregano oil can induce uterine contractions, so should be avoided if you are pregnant.
How to use lemongrass oil for menstrual cramps:
Apply topically: For painful period cramps, blend 3 drops of oregano oil and 3 drops of lemongrass oil with a little castor oil (excellent for supporting uterine issues and alleviating menstrual pain) and massage onto the lower abdomen.
Being a natural anti-inflammatory lemongrass oil offers soothing pain relief and reduces inflammation which makes it a wonderful oil to use for relieving pain in inflamed joints.
In Ayurveda, arthritis treatment involves aiming the warm steam from lemongrass infused boiling water at the affected joints. The warmth from the steam helps the oil penetrate deep into the joints and tissues, providing enduring pain relief.
As a diuretic lemongrass oil also helps draw out extra fluid from the tissues, helping to control inflammation caused by ailments such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
How to use lemongrass oil for joint pain:
Topical Pain Reliever: Combine 2 drops of lemongrass oil with 1 tsp. of a carrier oil such as moringa oil (an excellent anti-inflammatory proven to work for arthritis and joint pain) and rub into painful, aching joints at least twice a day.
If you're having digestive trouble such as bloating, stomach upsets and even gastric ulcers, lemongrass oil can help. Lemongrass oil can soothe and calm an upset stomach and treat quite a few digestive ailments.
In the book, Herb & Spice Companion: The Complete Guide to Over 100 Herbs & Spices by Lindsay Herman, the author states that lemongrass can help promote healthy digestion and is known for its "stomach-calming" effects, including being consumed as a tea for offering relief from cramps, vomiting and even diarrhea.
Lemongrass oil is a natural carminative, meaning it helps to eliminate excess gas and also prevent gas from forming in the intestines.
It also relaxes abdominal muscles, helping to move gas downwards and providing a passage to help eliminate gas more easily from the body.
How to use lemongrass oil for bloating:
Apply Topically: Mix a few drops of lemongrass oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil or almond oil and rub it on your abdomen for relief from flatulence.
Lemongrass has been ingested internally to relieve stomach ailments, indigestion and heartburn for centuries. The same benefits can be gained by using lemongrass essential oil topically.
By diluting lemongrass essential oil with your favorite carrier oil and massaging onto the abdominal area you can find effective relief from indigestion.
How to use lemongrass oil for indigestion:
1.Heartburn relief: Mix 2-3 drops of lemongrass oil with a few drops of a carrier oil such as almond oil. Rub the blend over the chest and throat area for soothing, cooling relief.
2. Indigestion: Indigestion is a mix of belching, bloating, heartburn and perhaps even some nausea. If you've had it, you know the feeling. Mix 2-3 drops of lemongrass oil with any carrier oil you have on hand such as almond oil or coconut oil and rub it on your stomach area for relief.
Apart from treating issues like bloating and indigestion, lemongrass has also traditionally been used for treating more advanced stomach issues such as gastritis and gastric ulcers.
Research has recently caught up with this long known natural treatment for gastrointestinal disorders and has revealed that lemongrass may help to stimulate bowel movements and improve the digestion process, which is helpful to relieve bowel issues and digestive problems.
Its ability to prevent the formation of gas and as a natural diuretic, help to eliminate toxins from the body through increased urination, make it excellent for detoxing and cleaning out the system.
Adding 1-2 drops of lemongrass oil to soup or tea may alleviate stomach pain, detox your system and provide effective relief from stomach ailments.
Want fresh, glowing skin? As a natural antiseptic and astringent, lemongrass oil is a handy essential oil to have in your medicine cabinet for cleansing and toning the skin and even treating skin conditions such as acne and fungal infections.
All skin types can benefit from the natural medicinal and skin-healing properties of lemongrass oil.
Getting smooth, glowing skin can be a challenge even with the right diet and exercise. Lemongrass essential oil works in several ways to give you even skin tone and gleaming skin. First, with its natural antiseptic properties, the oil can disinfect the pores and kill bacteria. Second, it can serve as a natural toner to replenish the skin (unlike chemical or alcohol-based toners that are known for drying out skin). Finally, it can help to strengthen skin tissues helping to firm up sagging skin.
How to use lemongrass oil for glowing skin:
1. Rejuvenating face mask: For fresh, clean skin a facial clay mask works great! In a bowl, mix 3 tbsp. of bentonite clay (available online) with 1 tsp. of organic jojoba oil. Add 2-3 drops of lemongrass essential oil. Keep adding water until the blend is the consistency of a paste. In a circular motion, apply on the face (be sure to keep out of the eyes, mouth and nose area) and allow to dry for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with luke warm water and pat dry. Follow up with a natural moisturizer.
2. Moisturizing treatment: Get deep nourishment for your skin, with this easy to make home-made moisturizer. Mix a 1/4 cup of your favorite carrier oil (we recommend argan oil for its concentrated antioxidants, vitamins and anti-aging properties) with 2-3 drops of lemongrass oil (a little goes a long way!). Stir well and store in a glass jar away from direct sunlight. Apply at night right before you jump into bed for smooth, glowing skin.
Among the many reasons why lemongrass oil is great for skin, is its ability to control oil secretions. As a natural astringent, lemongrass oil minimizes the appearance of pores and dries up oily skin. Unlike harsh alcohol-based products, the oil naturally helps to control excess oil production, making your skin feel smooth but not oily.
Oil-control toner: A toner is usually applied after cleansing to restore the skin's pH levels and close up the pores. Make your own natural toner by combining 1 cup of distilled water , 2 tsp. of witch hazel and 6 drops of lemongrass oil in a 8 oz spray bottle. Shake and mist lightly all over your face. Let dry and follow-up with your daily moisturizing routine.
Lemongrass essential oil contains limonene, which naturally lightens the skin. It also has non-comedogenic properties meaning it won't clog pores. As a natural detoxifier, it helps to clear bacteria and impurities, lifting dull skin and helping to give the face a bright, clean appearance.
How to use lemongrass oil for skin lightening:
1. Natural skin brightener: Mix 5 drops of lemongrass oil with 5 drops of either lavender essential oil or cedarwood essential oil, which also have skin lightening properties, to a 1/4 cup of sesame oil (a natural skin lightening carrier oil). Mix well, and store in a glass bottle, away from direct sunlight. Apply a light coat to your face, preferably at night for best results.
2. Facial steam: Taking a facial steam is excellent for opening up the pores and removing debris and impurities. Add 4-5 drops of lemongrass oil to a large pot of hot water. The oil-infused steam will carry all the medicinal properties of lemongrass oil deep into your pores, clearing clogged pores, and helping to lighten the skin.
Along with the active compound limonene which helps kill bacteria and control inflammation, lemongrass oil also contains citral which is both an antibacterial and an antifungal.
A 2007 study suggested that "pure lemongrass essential oil is an innovative and useful tool as alternative to the use of synthetic fungicides."
Lab studies in rats also document that lemongrass oil shows great "potential" as an antifungal and anti-inflammatory.
Why use synthetic fungicide creams when you can use a natural solution as an alternative? Lemongrass oil can inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi and prevent and treat fungal infections such as athlete's foot and ringworm.
An important step is to make sure to use only pure lemongrass essential oil, as only this has the antifungal properties needed to treat fungal infections. Artificially scented or blended oils will not work.
How to use lemongrass oil for fungal infections:
Nail fungus: For nail or toenail fungus it's important to dilute lemongrass oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil or castor oil (a natural antifungal). Add 10-12 drops of lemongrass oil to 2 tbsp. of the carrier oil. You can fill this in a glass bottle with a dropper for ease of use.
Apply and massage the blend into the infected nail, at least twice a day. A few times after you do this you should see the fungus turning brown or black, indicating that it is dying. Once this happens, healthy nail growth should follow. Continue doing this until a new nail has grown back in.
Limonene and citral in lemongrass oil work as astringents and antimicrobials to kill acne-causing bacteria and reduce oily skin. With the ability to open clogged pores, lemongrass oil also works wonders for removing blackheads and whiteheads.
Instead of resorting to harsh chemical-based acne products that can do more damage than good, try using lemongrass oil to fight off acne.
How to use lemongrass oil for acne:
1. Blemish salve: Blend 1 drop of lemongrass oil with a bit of grapeseed oil or argan oil and apply to affected areas to lighten and decrease the appearance of acne blemishes.
2. Acne healing: For chronic acne, add 1 drop of lemongrass oil and 2 drops of therapeutic-grade oregano oil to a little water. Dab the blend onto affected areas with a cotton ball. Lemongrass oil helps to unclog pores and kill bacteria and oregano oil contains the active compound carvacrol which fights acne-causing bacteria and reduces inflammation.
3. Black head removal mask: Combine 2 tsp. baking soda with 1 tsp. raw honey and 2-3 drops of lemongrass oil. Mix and gently scrub your face with this paste, remembering to concentrate on areas with blackheads. Leave for 10-15 minutes and rinse off. Use twice a week.
As a natural antiseptic, lemongrass oil can help clean wounds and prevent infections. Further, as an astringent, it can control and stop blood flow by causing blood vessels to contract.
Its analgesic (pain-relieving) properties help to numb pain and as a natural anti-inflammatory it keeps inflammation at bay and quickens the healing process.
How to use lemongrass oil for wound healing:
Heal scars: For minor cuts and scrapes, combine 2 drops of lemongrass essential oil with 2 drops of turmeric oil (all-natural antiseptic, disinfectant and anti-inflammatory) and mix with a carrier oil such as emu oil or tamanu oil (displays cicatrization, or wound healing properties). Apply to the affected area 2-3 times a day.
Find yourself buying off-the-shelf deodorants that irritate your skin, don't last long, smell artificial, and come with a hefty price tag?
Well, lemongrass oil is a much better alternative to store bought synthetic deodorants as it has healing properties that actually support your skin, the fragrant aroma smells wonderful, and a little oil goes a long way!
The fresh scent of lemongrass oil helps to neutralize body odor and it's antimicrobial action actually kills bacteria responsible for causing bad odor.
How to use lemongrass oil as a natural deodorant:
1. Simple DIY deodorant: Dilute 4-5 drops of lemongrass oil with a carrier oil such as olive oil or jojoba oil and add a little baking soda to the blend. Mix and apply on slightly damp underarm skin.
2. Deodorant Spray: In a 8 oz spray bottle, add 1 cup distilled water, 1/2 cup witch hazel, 5 drops lemongrass essential oil and 6 drops lavender essential oil. Cap the bottle tight and shake well. Spray away!
Since lemongrass oil is an astringent (promotes the contraction of blood vessels), it can do so much more than just treat wounds. Lemongrass oil promotes the contraction of hair follicles and strengthens them, which makes it great for controlling hair loss.
Its anti-inflammatory properties help to soothe a dry, itchy scalp and control dandruff. It also makes your hair smell fresh, clean and odor-free!
Want silky hair, without the greasy feel? Lemongrass oil can help!
Just like lemongrass oil helps to control oily skin by minimizing pores, it works the same way with hair follicles. By promoting the contraction of hair follicles it helps to prevent and remove excess oil on the scalp.
This makes your hair silky and shiny without feeling sticky and greasy.
How to use lemongrass oil for silky and shiny hair:
1. Add to your shampoo: For every 1 cup of shampoo (8 oz) add 1/2 tsp. of lemongrass oil. Mix well and pour back into the shampoo bottle. Shake well to make sure the oil is well-distributed, before each use.
2. Invigorating hair oil: Add 4-5 drops of lemongrass oil to 1 tbsp. of coconut oil and massage into your hair. This is great for promoting hair growth and serves as an excellent anti-bacterial, leaving your hair shiny and clean. Leave for at least an hour or overnight and wash normally.
Being a natural anti-fungal, lemongrass oil is great for promoting scalp health and getting rid of dandruff.
A 2015 study in Thailand concluded that hair tonics that contained lemongrass essential oil "reduced dandruff" significantly.
The oil's natural anti-inflammatory properties calm an itchy, irritated scalp and help to keep dandruff at bay. Plus, it makes your hair smell great!
How to use lemongrass oil for dandruff:
Anti-dandruff oil: Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to a carrier oil such as neem oil (excellent for dandruff and an amazing lice-killer). The effective anti-inflammatory properties of lemongrass oil help to control dandruff and relieve an irritated scalp.
Due to its high content of citral and geraniol (a powerful and effective insect repellent), lemongrass oil can work well to deter insects such as mosquitoes, ants and fleas.
Lemongrass oil is a much safer alternative than using off-the-shelf pesticides and bug repellents and that contain DEET, which have debatable health concerns.
You can easily make your own natural insect repellent at home using lemongrass oil and other essential oils, that has no harsh ingredients and smells great!
How to use lemongrass oil for mosquitoes and ants:
1. All-natural bug spray: In a 16 oz spray bottle fill distilled water (up to the half-way mark) and fill the other half with witch hazel (available at your local pharmacy). Add 10 drops of lemongrass oil, 10 drops of peppermint oil and 20 drops of oregano oil (a natural insecticide). Shake and spray around your home.
2. Diffuse: Diffusing lemongrass oil in your home and office is a great way to keep mosquitoes at bay — and acts as a natural air freshener!
3. Apply topically: Mix a few drops of lemongrass oil with a carrier oil such as jojoba or almond oil and apply to exposed areas of your skin, like your arms and feet, to prevent mosquito bites when outside.
Just as lemongrass oil deters insects, it also deters fleas. Follow the tips below to repel fleas for your dog.
Important: The following tips are meant for dogs only. Lemongrass oil may be toxic to cats.
How to use lemongrass oil for fleas:
1. Add to Shampoo: Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to your dog's shampoo and give him a good scrub. You can also add it to the water for his final rinse after shampooing.
2. Flea repellent spray: Add 5-6 drops of lemongrass essential oil to a spray bottle filled with water. Spray your dog's coat to repel fleas.
Lemongrass oil is known to calm irritability and alleviate anxiety. According to this study, the oil also acts as a sedative, helping to relieve insomnia by improving the quality of your sleep.
It's invigorating aroma uplifts your mood when you're feeling low, especially when you need a boost of confidence, or the energy to get up and about.
Have trouble falling asleep? This 2011 study showed that lemongrass essential oil acted as a sedative and hypnotic and was "effective in increasing the sleeping time," in rats.
Try the tips below to improve sleep duration and get deeper, uninterrupted sleep.
How to use lemongrass oil for sleep:
Massage oil: Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to a carrier oil such as coconut oil and rub into the soles of your feet right before going to bed.
Aromatherapy is a great way to calm anxiety and ease agitation. A 2011 study, documented that by inhaling lemongrass oil, mice experienced changes in the levels of gamma-aminobutyric acid in the brain — a chemical found in low levels in people with anxiety disorders.
Inhaling the fresh, soothing scent of lemongrass oil can alleviate feelings of anxiousness and depression and promote a sense of well-being.
How to use lemongrass oil for depression and anxiety:
1. Diffuse: Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to your diffuser and let the fragrant aroma uplift your senses and your mood.
2. Inhale directly: When feeling anxious (at work or outdoors), inhale the oil directly from the bottle or rub 1-2 drops on your wrists.
3. Add to bath: Blend in a few drops of lemongrass oil in a hot bath and soak in. The soothing aroma of the oil will help you relax and de-stress.
Lemongrass oil helps to boost confidence and hope. As it fights anxiety and low moods, it in turn makes you feel more energetic and provides mental clarity.
How to use lemongrass oil for energy:
Apply topically: Mix 1-2 drops of lemongrass oil with 1 tsp. of tamanu oil (amazing carrier oil for skin) and rub into your temples. This works very well to get motivated before a workout or when you need a quick energy boost to get on with your day.
Using lemongrass oil as a natural cleaning agent, will not only make your house smell great, but its disinfectant, antimicrobial and fungicidal properties will keep bad odors away and germs at bay.
Imagine the invigorating scent of lemongrass wafting through your home — and naturally disinfecting at the same time!
How to use lemongrass oil for cleaning:
1. All-natural air freshener: Over the counter air fresheners may make your house smell fresh, but there's nothing really fresh about them when it comes to all the toxic chemicals they contain.
According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, phthalates (which can be found in air fresheners) can disrupt hormones, cause birth defects and adversely affect fertility.
It's actually really easy to make your own natural and safe air freshener or deodorizer with lemongrass essential oil. Simply add 10-15 drops of lemongrass oil to a 16oz. spray bottle filled with warm distilled water and spray away!
2. Chemical-free cleaner: Add 2 tsp. of lemongrass essential oil and 1 tsp. of regular dish washing liquid to a 16oz. spray bottle filled with water. Shake and spray onto kitchen countertops, the kitchen sink, garbage can and more. Wipe clean. Smells great too!
A powerhouse of healing properties, lemongrass oil is excellent to use for general health and wellbeing. The oil is known to boost immunity, relieve congestion, reduce fever, enhance nervous system function, promote heart health and more!
By facilitating the absorption of important nutrients into the body, lemongrass oil helps to improve bodily functions and strengthens the digestive system, nervous system, respiratory system and more. This can be especially important in helping the organs function more optimally, thereby boosting immunity.
When inhaled, lemongrass oil can be used to provide effective relief from cold and congestion. The oil can also bring down body temperature and provide a cooling feeling.
Warm steam: Need relief from congestion? Fill a large bowl with hot water and add 2-3 drops of lemongrass essential oil. Hover your face over the bowl with a towel on your head to stop the warm steam from escaping. Breathe deeply and feel rejuvenated!
Tip: If you are heavily congested also add 3-4 drops of eucalyptus oil to loosen phlegm and relieve sinus congestion.
Lab studies have shown that lemongrass oil has antipyretic properties, meaning it can reduce a high fever before temperatures reach a worrisome level. The oil can also provide a cooling effect by increasing perspiration and bringing the body's temperature down.
How to use lemongrass oil for reducing fever:
Fever-reducing massage oil: Mix a few drops of lemongrass oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil and massage well into the soles of the feet and the chest and neck area.
Note: For children, rub the above massage oil blend on a child's neck and the bottom of the feet to break a fever. If the fever rises above 103 degrees, please seek medical attention.
Lemongrass oil is a natural galactagogue, meaning that it helps the body to produce more milk and also improves the quality of milk produced. This makes it excellent for lactating moms who are breastfeeding their babies.
The medicinal properties of the oil can be absorbed in breast milk and can increase immunity in breast fed babies, protecting them from infections.
Almost all health conditions have something or the other to do with inflammation. This means that controlling inflammation can essentially reduce a lot of symptoms in a variety of ailments such as arthritis, cancer, high blood pressure, Crohn's disease, Parkinson's and more.
Limonene and citral, compounds in lemongrass essential oil, attribute to the anti-inflammatory action of the oil and different studies have shown promising results in their ability to treat inflammation.
A 2013 study noted that lemongrass essential oil could be considered as a potent "anticancer agent."
A study in India documented that citral has promising antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are powerful substances that fight off free radicals which could cause serious harm.
Being a potent antioxidant and having the ability to fight off free radicals, lemongrass oil can potentially inhibit cancer cells from multiplying in the early stages.
Lemongrass essential oil acts as an vital tonic to the nervous system. With increasing levels of pollution, adulterated foods, and other factors adversely affecting our health, people are now realizing the benefits of natural alternative therapies, such as essential oils, and turning to them for their incredible health benefits.
Lemongrass oil reduces inflammation and assists in absorbing essential nutrients in our bodies, strengthening organs and bodily systems, including strengthening the nerves of the nervous system. It is helpful for the treatment of various nervous ailments such as Alzheimer’s, shaking of the hands and legs, reduced reflexes, convulsions, vertigo and more.
A study revealed that lemongrass oil extract significantly reduced elevated levels of cholesterol in animals.
Another study, conducted in Brazil, documented that mice that consumed lemongrass oil for three weeks experienced reduced cholesterol levels.
Lowering bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body keeps blood moving freely through the arteries and can help to protect and prevent against heart disease and cardiac disorders. Since lemongrass oil is also a natural vasodilator (helps to widen blood vessels), it can also help to lower high blood pressure.
When buying essential oils make sure the bottle says 100% pure essential oil, and has the proper name of the species mentioned on the label of the bottle.
Example for Lemongrass: (Cymbopogon flexuosus). If you see the word 'fragrance' it almost always means there are other additives.
Ideally it's always best to buy essential oils that are labeled as "Therapeutic grade," meaning they are free of toxins and chemicals and are unfiltered and undiluted.
Also beware of genetically modified ingredients and choose Non GMO essential oils.
Essential oils are natural but powerful. Some people may develop an allergic reaction to any oil so it's always best to try a little by doing a small skin patch test on your arm or leg (never your face or neck) to make sure you don't have an adverse reaction.
If you're pregnant or nursing, or on any kind of medication please check with your doctor before using essential oils.
At UpNature our lemongrass essential oil is 100% pure, gentle and natural and GMO free. There are absolutely no toxins and additives.
A large 4 oz (118 ml) bottle contains completely unfiltered and undiluted 'therapeutic' grade lemongrass oil.
We follow stringent manufacturing processes and our lemongrass oil is made with love and packaged & bottled in the USA!
1. More than just a flavor enhancer, lemongrass oil is known for its antiseptic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and insecticidal properties.
2. As a natural analgesic (pain reliever), the oil works great to relieve a headache, or joint and muscle pain.
3. Lemongrass oil has been used for centuries to treat digestive ailments like bloating and indigestion.
4. Limonene in the oil naturally lightens skin and fights acne and topical fungal infections.
5. As a natural antiseptic and disinfectant the oil is great for cleaning wounds or your home!
6. A powerhouse of healing properties, lemongrass oil is excellent to use for stress-relief and general health and wellbeing.
7. When buying lemongrass oil make sure it is 100% pure, GMO Free and contains absolutely no toxins and additives.
The benefits of lemongrass oil are truly incredible, aren't they?
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