geranium oil


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geranium oil

[jə′rā·nē·əm ‚ȯil]
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A pale-yellow or green liquid distilled from the herb of several Pelargonium species; chief known constituents are citronellol and geraniol, both used in perfumery and as flavoring agents.
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The attentive staff here specialise in clay masks and crushed rose petal and geranium oil massages, which will leave you smelling, well, heavenly.
Ingredients: 10ml jojoba oil, 7 drops ylang-ylang oil, 6 drops cedar oil, 3 drops geranium oil, 4 drops orange oil, 2 drops vanilla abstract.
Geraniol: A natural ingredient derived from geranium oil, geraniol utilizes the inherent repellent properties of the geranium to repel mosquitoes and other nuisance pests for hours.
The key ingredients are ruby extracts, Feroza extracts, geranium oil and rose water.
DON'T underestimate natural remedies - geranium oil, tea tree oil and even Vaseline to keep the skin moist can help speed up the healing process.
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There are other oils that may be used together with geranium oil, as well, to make it a more effective combination.
The trade requirement which becomes effective on January 13,2012, requires that AHPA members do not label 1,3-dimethylamylamine, whether identified by this name or any synonym, as geranium oil or as any part of the geranium plant-whether by the common name of geranium or by the botanical name of any plant known as geranium.
Eleven out of the 12 cases have tested positive for Methylhexaneamine, used as a nasal decongestant and also found in geranium oil, used widely in the country.
This substance is often marketed as a nutritional supplement and may frequently be referred to as geranium oil or generanium root extract," was WADA's explanation for putting methylhexaneamine to the list of specified substances.
Ingredients include lemon balm, rose petals, honeybush, orange peel, lemon myrtle, lemon verbena, licorice root, lavender, valerian root, natural flavors, ginger, orange essence oil and chinese geranium oil.