Botanical Name: Pelargonium graveolens
Plant Family: Geraniaceae
Plants parts: Flower
Method of extraction: Distillation
Country of origin: Japan
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1) In burner or vaporizer
This is a very popular use for essential oils. It allows the natural fragrance of the oil to be released. Essential oils are highly volatile and burn easily because of this they should not be placed near the naked flame and the bowl of the vaporizer should be kept topped up with water and not allowed to dry out while the candle is alight.
2) Aroma Bath
Between five and eight drops of essential oil in a bath can produce a wonderful fragrance with a very positive effect. Always ensure that the oil is diluted with either carrier oil or bath salt before adding to the bath.
3) In massage
For massage, the essential oil should be blended with a carrier oil. A good guide to the level of dilution is about 2.5 to 3.0% essential oil, equivalent to 5-6 drops of essential oil for every 10mls of carrier oil.
*Do not take internally
*Keep out of reach of children
*Avoid contact with eyes
*Store in cool & dark place
*Do not use if you are pregnant
*Do not use undiluted on the skin
*Three years shelf life before open, use within one year once it is opened