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Palmarosa is one of nature’s star upholders of skin health. Because of this, palmarosa often finds a place in our skin care routines, for both our faces and bodies. The name palmarosa was given to this unique therapeutic plant because its fragrance is similar to that of rose oil. In the historical times, the Turks and Indians combined palmarosa essential oil with rose oil. While palmarosa pure essential oil has numerous therapeutic uses, it is more frequently used for cosmetic or rose solutions due to its moisturizing properties.
Cymbopogon martini is an evergreen, tufted, aromatic grass with numerous erect culms arising from a short, stout, woody rhizome. The stems are up to 3 metres tall. The plant has been gathered from the wild since antiquity, and this method still produces an important portion of the essential oil. However, the plant has also been cultivated since the beginning of the 20th Century and is now grown in several areas of the tropics. Palmarosa oil has gradually lost importance in the world market, being replaced by low-cost synthetic or natural geraniol. The natural oil is still preferred in high quality perfumes, however, especially in the Middle East.
|Botanical Name:||Cymbopogon Martini Var Moita|
|Common name:||Palmarosa, ginger grass, rosha grass|
|Appearance/Color:||Yellow to light brown liquidwith thin consistency|
|Odor:||It has a sharp, floral note with a hint of rosewith middle aroma at a middle note.|
|Blends With:||Ylang-Ylang Geranium, Lime, Rosemary and Bergamot|
|Method of Extraction:||Steam Distillation|
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