There are over 250 different species of Geranium, and even more that are cultivated. Documentation of its early uses medicinal use is difficult to find but its highly aromatic leaves and flowers have been incorporated into perfumes for hundreds of years. Since the practice of Modern Aromatherapy took shape in the early 20th century, Geranium Essential Oil has been used therapeutically to soothe anxiety, balance emotions, ward off microbial infections, insects, cleanse and detox the skin. It’s features chemical compounds include Monoterpenols and Esters.
Diffussion : Use two to three drops with Shaman Diffuser.
Topical use: Blend with Shaman Carrier Oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.
DIY: Use it in your DIY projects for household products.
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Vibrant - Stress relief
Floral - Strong - Green - Grassy - Sweet - Rose like
Geranium Essential Oil, like Lavender Essential Oil, has many varied uses, and can be applied in various ways. For the skin it is anti-inflammatory, cleansing, detoxifying, combats rashes, acts as an astringent, aids in skin infections, bug bites, wound healing, and can bring vibrancy and circulation to the skin.
Research has shown that due to its unique molecular composition the oil has demonstrated these activities in the laboratory: Anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial, wound healing, soothes anxiety, has a balancing effect on women’s hormones, anti-anxiety, and supports circulation.
• Psyche and Emotions
This aroma resonates with the female psychology and it is therefore balancing to our hormones and mood swings. Excellent anti-depressant, great for general fatigue, plus both chronic, and acute stress. Inspires calm, stillness, and enables a heart to mind connection.
Blends well with: Lavender, Orange, Grapefruit, Fennel, Lemon, Cypress, Juniper, Frankincense, Chamomile, Ginger, Clary Sage, Black Pepper, Mandarin, and Ylang Ylang
- Very gentle and generally know as safe for the skin but overuse has been known to cause skin sensitivities.
- Perform a patch test before use.
- Suggested to avoid in first Trimester of pregnancy.
- Do not use if nursing.
- Not recommended for use with infants.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not ingest.
- If stored in a cool and dry place, shelf life is approximately 4-5 years.
- Keep container tightly closed in a cool well ventilated place.
- Keep away from oxidizing agents, heat, direct light, and open flame.
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Research and Sources
Hsouna A B, Hamdi N. (2012) Phytochemical composition and antimicrobial activities of the
essential oils and organic extracts from pelargonium graveolens growing in Tunisia.
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Ali A, Murphy CC, Demirci B, Wedge DE, Sampson BJ, Khan IA, Baser KH, Tabanca N. (2013) Insecticidal and Biting Deterrent Activity of Rose-scented Geranium (Pelargonium spp.) Essential Oils and Individual Compounds Against Stephanitis pyrioides and Aedes aegypti. Pest Manag Sci. 2013 Feb 19.