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The Pelargoniums readily cross and hybridize, creating a myriad of related plants. This oil should arguably be called Pelargonium.
Botanical Name : Pelargonium graveolens
“Distilled in France from plants grown organically in South Africa.
The Pelargoniums readily cross and hybridize, creating a myriad of related plants. This oil should arguably be called Pelargonium. The true Geranium plant, Geranium macrorrhizum, a common plant native to the Balkans that is distilled to produce an oil called Zdravetz. This essential oil is used topically as an astringent and as an additive to skin applications for broken capillaries, burns and for couperose skin. It encourages cellular regeneration and wound healing. Is often employed in a massage oil for cellulite, engorged breasts, to encourage lymphatic drainage or edema. Used as an inhalant to stimulate the adrenocortico glands, as an antidepressant and to reduce anxiety and stress.
On the table stands a little saucer with precious sweet smelling Geranium leaves. Mrs Earle, Pot-Pourri from a Surrey Garden. 1905”
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