Updated: Jan 9, 2020
The History of Geranium Egypt
Pelargoniums, commonly called geraniums, shouldn't be confused with the European genus Geranium. The name Pelargoniums is a Greek word which derives from Palargos meaning “stork”. The beak-like fruits originate from South Africa, and were first officially recorded in Europe in 1690; they are now a popular and widespread garden plant in frost-free areas. Only a few of their 200 species are cultivated for the production of geranium essential oil. The primary regions of flower cultivation and production are Reunion, Madagascar, Egypt and most other North African countries. Climate and soil are crucial factors in the quality of the plant and the essential oil.
This oil was a complete mystery until the work by Recluz, the chemist responsible for the first distillation of the leaves in 1819. Later a chemist and botanist called Demarson, made a study in Paris which identified the top varieties to yield for the production of essential oil, in which Rose Geranium began in France in 1847. These researches led to the introduction of Geranium oil to therapy.
Geranium Egypt in Numbers
A 10ml bottle will only cost you £2.95, and a whole kilogram works out to be £166.96! This is a bit pricier than other essential oils, but a lot more work goes into the production of it. When it comes to price, Geranium scores a...
Geranium Egypt has a smell that is both sweet and herbaceous while carrying some subtle notes similar in character to Rose. I find the floral scent to be rather refreshing; therefore, it scores a...
This oil is strong. If you use this oil in a diffuser it’s scent won’t be obtrusive but you’ll know it’s there. When it comes down to strength, Geranium Egypt scores an impressive...
Well known for its dermatological use for the treatment of ageing, wrinkled and dry skin.
Geranium may help with any muscle cramps, aches and pains.
Has strong antibacterial and anti-fungal abilities which can help to protect your body from infection.
A urination increase means fewer toxins in the body, and as Geranium oil is a diuretic, it will promote urination.
Because Geranium is a circulatory oil and has antibacterial properties, it aids in eliminating bodily odours and can be the perfect natural deodorant.
As it's packed with antibacterial and soothing anti-inflammatory properties, geranium oil can boost skin health.
The floral scent of Geranium oil calms and relaxes both body and mind. It is known to help people who suffer from depression and anxiety.
Geranium oil is commonly used as a bug repellant since it's known to keep mosquitoes and other insects away.
As you can see, Geranium has a variety of uses but compared to other oils like Lavender; it isn’t one of the best. It scores a...
Geranium Egypt is, without a doubt, one of the most popular essential oils, both because of its countless number of therapeutic properties (antibacterial, anticandida, anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic..) and its pleasant fragrance. It is affordable, beneficial, useful and scores a solid...
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