VIAJE™ Geranium Pure Essential Oil 15ml

VIAJE™ Geranium Pure Essential Oil 15ml

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NEW!!  Geranium Essential Oil

Geranium essential oil is commonly used as an element in aromatherapy for its many health benefits. It’s used as a holistic treatment to improve your physical, mental and emotional health.

Used by the Egyptians for promoting beautiful and radiant skin, geranium oil is now used to reduce inflammation, treat acne, alleviate anxiety and balance hormones. This sweet-smelling oil can also uplift your mood, lessen fatigue and promote emotional wellness.

What Is Geranium Oil?

Geranium oil is extracted from the stems, leaves and flowers of the geranium plant. Geranium oil is considered nontoxic, nonirritant and generally non-sensitizing — and the therapeutic properties of it include being an antidepressant, an antiseptic and wound-healing. Geranium oil may also be one of the best oils for such a variety of very common skin including oily or congested skin, eczema, and dermatitis.

What is geranium oil used for?

  • Hormone balance
  • Stress relief
  • Depression
  • Inflammation
  • Circulation
  • Menopause
  • Dental health
  • Blood pressure reduction
  • Skin health 

When an essential oil like geranium oil can address serious health issues like these, then you need to try it! This is a natural and safe tool that will improve your skin, mood and internal health.

14 Geranium Oil Uses & Benefits

1. Wrinkle Reducer

Rose geranium oil is known for its dermatological use for the treatment of aging, wrinkled and/or dry skin. It has the power to minimize the look of wrinkles because it tightens facial skin and slows down the effects of aging.

Add two drops of geranium oil to your face lotion and apply it twice daily. After a week or two, you may just see the look of your wrinkles begin to fade away.

2. Muscle Helper 

Are you sore from an intense workout? Using some geranium oil topically may help with any muscle cramps, aches and/or pains plaguing your sore body.

Create a massage oil by mixing five drops of geranium oil with one tablespoon of jojoba oil and massage it into your skin, focusing on your muscles.

3. Infection Fighter 

Research has shown that geranium oil has potent antibacterial and anti-fungal abilities against at least 24 different types of bacteria and fungi. These antibacterial and anti-fungal properties found in geranium oil can help to protect your body from infection. When you use geranium oil to fight external infection, your immune system can focus on your internal functions and keep you healthier.

To help prevent infection, apply two drops of geranium oil combined with a carrier oil like coconut oil to the area of concern, such as a cut or wound, twice a day until it has healed.

Athlete’s foot, for example, is a fungal infection that can be helped with the use of geranium oil. To do this, add give drops of geranium oil to a foot bath with warm water and sea salt; do this twice daily for the best results.

4. Urination Increaser 

An increase in urination means fewer toxins in the body, and being that geranium oil is a diuretic, it will promote urination. Through urination, you release toxic chemicals, heavy metals, sugar, sodium and pollutants. Urination also removes excess bile and acids from the stomach.

5. Natural Deodorant 

Geranium oil is a circulatory oil, which means that it exits the body through perspiration. Now your sweat will smell like flowers! Because geranium oil has antibacterial properties, it aids in eliminating bodily odors and can be used as a natural deodorant.

The rose-like smell of geranium oil is a perfect way to keep you smelling fresh every day. For your next great natural deodorant, add five drops of geranium oil to a spray bottle and mix it with five tablespoons of water; this is a natural and beneficial perfume that you can use every day.

6. Skin Enhancer 

With its antibacterial and soothing anti-inflammatory properties, geranium oil can really boost skin health. Geranium oil can help in the treatment of acne, dermatitis and skin diseases. Are you wondering, “Can I use geranium oil directly on skin?” To be on the safe side, it’s best to dilute geranium oil with a carrier oil. 

For geranium oil acne use or other skin use, try mixing a teaspoon of coconut oil with five drops of geranium oil, then rub the mixture onto the infected area twice a day until you see results. You can also add two drops of geranium oil to your daily face or body wash.

7. Respiratory Infection Killer 

A scientific review in 2013 looked at the data to date on the use of Pelargonium sidoides (South African geranium) extract in liquid or tablet form versus placebo for the treatment of acute respiratory infections. The reviewers found that the geranium extract may be effective in relieving acute rhinosinusitis and common cold symptoms. In addition, it may also effectively relieve symptoms of acute bronchitis in adults as well as children, and sinus infections in adults.

To take advantage of this benefit, use a diffuser, inhale geranium oil twice a day, or rub the oil on your throat and under your nostrils.

8. Nerve Painkiller 

Geranium oil has the power to fight nerve pain when it’s applied to the skin. A double-blind crossover study suggests that applying rose geranium oil to the skin can significantly reduce pain that follows shingles, a condition caused by the herpes virus. The research reveals how “geranium oil relieves pain in minutes and is well tolerated.” The study also demonstrates how the strength of the product used matters, as geranium oil in a concentration of 100 percent appears to be about twice as effective as a 50 percent concentration.

To fight nerve pain with geranium oil, create a massage oil with three drops of geranium oil mixed with a tablespoon of coconut oil. Massage this beneficial mixture into your skin, focusing on the areas where you feel pain or tension.

9. Anxiety and Depression Reducer 

Geranium oil has the power to improve mental functioning and uplift your spirits. It’s known to help people who suffer from depression, anxiety and anger. The sweet and floral smell of geranium oil calms and relaxes the body and mind.

In fact, research published in 2015 even shows that geranium can help pregnant women decrease their anxiety during labor. This study of 100 women concludes that the “aroma of essential oil of geraniums can effectively reduce anxiety during labor and can be recommended as a non-invasive anti-anxiety aid during childbirth.” The women also exhibited decreases in diastolic blood pressure after smelling the geranium essential oil.

Research also demonstrates geranium’s ability to improve depression in postmenopausal women when used in aromatherapy massage.

10. Anti-inflammatory Agent 

Inflammation has been found to be associated with just about every health condition, and researchers are furiously investigating chronic inflammation’s effects on health and possible preventive medical applications. Research shows that geranium essential oil has significant potential for the development of novel anti-inflammatory drugs with improved safety profile.

Geranium oil inhibits the inflammatory responses in the skin; this helps your body to fight many health issues. Arthritis, for example, is inflammation of the joints, and heart disease is inflammation of the arteries. Instead of taking a medication to reduce joint pain or lower cholesterol, reducing inflammation in the body is vital.

A 2013 study found that geranium oil is a safer and more effective ingredient for anti-inflammatory medication. Data supports that geranium oil reduces inflammation in the body, and there are fewer side effects from this essential oil than cholesterol and joint pain medications.

11. Insect Repellant and Bug Bite Healer 

Geranium oil is commonly used in natural bug repellants since its known to keep mosquitoes and other insects away.

12. Candida

Candida albicans is the most common type of yeast infection found in the mouth, intestinal tract and vagina. Candida can also affect the skin and other mucous membranes.

One interesting study measured the effects of geranium oil’s ability to suppress candida cell growth in mice. The mice intravaginally received geranium essential oil, and this significantly decreased the amount of candida cells in the vaginal cavity. These findings suggest that vaginal application of geranium oil or its main component, geraniol, suppressed candida cell growth in the vagina.

13. Hemorrhages

A 2013 study, involving 20 human patients, measured the effects of a mix of sesame and rose geranium oil on hemorrhage (a very heavy loss of blood) episodes. The study lasted 183 days; at the end, 75 percent of the patients felt an improvement with the treatment. With no adverse side effects, geranium oil proved to be a compound that significantly reduced the number of hereditary hemorrhage episodes that occurred in these patients.

Great for Stress Relief!!!
This a wonderful oil for calming the nerves. Many uses alone or in blends. This oil is associated with the Solar Plexis Chakra, which balances our serenity and stress reduction.It calms and instills patience and reflective relaxation; often blended with Cyprus, peppermint and rosemary which are also associated with this Chakra in meditation and religious ceremony.
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