The literature reports that Palmarosa oil has a gentle fragrance somewhere between that of Rose and Geranium. It has a long history of use against fevers and infectious diseases, and is a powerful, wide spectrum bactericide and especially those responsible for intestinal infections. Another traditional use is as a digestive stimulant, and is said to be excellent for loss of appetite and sluggish digestion. Palmarosa oil is best known as a valuable skincare oil, since it is hydrating and stimulating and helps to balance sebum production.


  • Cympobogon martinii
  • Non-Commercial Grade
  • 10 ML
  • Tamper Evident Cap
  • Orifice Reducer
  • Glass Euro Bottle
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Antiseptic. Bactericidal. Cicatrizant. Digestive. Febrifuge. Hydrating stimulant. Tonic.


Acne. Dermatitis and minor skin infections. Scars. Sores. Wrinkles.


Anorexia. Digestive atonia. Intestinal infections.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.



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