This zesty lemongrass with a rich citrus character is produced by an agroforestry project near the Miombo woodlands of Zambia. Grown by local farmers, this lemongrass plays an important role in creating sustainable agriculture practices and safeguarding the region’s biodiversity.
Add recommended drops on a tissue, cotton ball or in a nasal inhaler. Deeply inhale for 2-4 minutes and alternate between nostrils every minute. Do not continuously inhale longer than 30 minutes. Wait at least 1 hour between sessions. Use as needed.
Bring the power of nature indoors and enhance your wellbeing with an essential oil diffuser. Add recommended drops and create your own aromatic blends with an ultrasonic diffuser, or waterless nebulizer (our favorite type).
Use recommended drops in a carrier oil and massage over specific area.
Add recommended drops to a bowl of warm or cool water. Place a small hand towel into the water and wring out excess. Place the compress on the specific area of the body for 30 minutes. Wait at least 1 hour between applications.
Steam distillation of fresh and dried blades of the lemongrass plant.
Dilution recommended of .7% to 93% carrier oil. Caution for hypersensitive, diseased or damaged skin. Do not use on children under two years of age.
Cymbopogon flexuosus is one of many species of a plant commonly known as Lemongrass. This specific species has common names that include Cochin grass, East-Indian lemongrass or Malabar grass. It is native to parts of Asia and has been used as wind breaks in agricultural design for many years. The plant grows in hot climates and in well drained soils. It has round, bulbous-like roots where the strongest aromatic properties are found.