Geranium


Pelargonium graveolens

Balances the hormones and restores the adrenals

Size: 10ml
Price:
Sale price£10.00 GBP

Description

Geranium regulates the nervous, endocrine, and reproductive systems.  It is one of the primary oils to regulate the menstrual cycle throughout all stages of a women’s life.  Restores adrenals fatigued by stress. Increases the production of leucocytes to help the body fight infection.

Smell Note Sweet floral aroma
Therapeutic Use Hormonal Balancer, Adrenal Fatigue, Skin Revitalising
Mental/ Emotional Restores emotional balance and rhythm
Use In Massage, Skin, Bath, Diffuser, Inhaler Stick

How To Use

INHALATION
Use in a personal inhaler to balance the hormones and reduce the effects of stress
Use in a massage blend to restore balance in the hormonal and nervous systems
Use in skin care blends to balance sebum production and brighten the skin

DILUTION FOR MASSAGE AND TOPICAL USE:
Use between 1% and 5% in body massage or tropical use

BLENDS WELL WITH:
To support hormonal balance: Lavender, Clary Sage, Fennel
For adrenal recovery during times of stress: Palmarosa, Black Spruce, Clary Sage

AVAILABLE IN:
Obus Beautiful Rose and her friends essential oil blend
Obus Nurture essential oil blend
Obus Strength essential oil blend
Obus The Emerging Feminine essential oil blend
Obus The Wise Woman essential oil blend
Obus Flow essential oil blend

GET MORE INFORMATION
See how to use essential oils safely and therapeutically under our Learn menu

What's In The Bottle?

Steam distilled from the dried flowers of Geranium grown in Egypt

Always dilute before application to the skin
Always dilute before use in the bath
Flammable
Do not use essential oils topically on children under 3 months
All percentages given are for healthy adults

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