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Geranium Essential Oil
Summertime Essential Oil Series
July focus on:
Yoga and Meditation
Latin Name –Pelargonium x asperum / Pelargonium graveolens
Steam distilled – extracted from the stems and leaves of the plant.
I love Geranium Essential Oil!
This EO has a beautiful herb smell and a touch of a rosy mist, but not too sweet.
It is a middle note oil.
Known to be wonderful for skin care, I often use it in several of my beauty blends! It’s safe, tried and true! Realize the full benefits of this EO by adding it to face cream, face oil, body lotion, shampoo, and conditioner.
Characteristics: anti-spasmodic, adrenal stimulant, anti-inflammatory, hemostatic (stops bleeding), antibacterial, antifungal, anti-infectious, liver detox
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This EO offers support for the following:
- calming inflammation
- reducing swelling
- feeling relaxed
- uplifting and encouragement
- rejuvenating damaged skin
- physical and emotional pain
- sluggish circulation with the ankles and legs
- reducing inflammation around scars
Andre Butje says in her book “The Heart of Aromatherapy” that, “Geranium always knows how to make people smile”.
To help with hormonal balance (and mood balance) during Menopause, Geranium can be combined with Clary Sage. 
Do not use if pregnant or nursing unless under a doctors care.
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