Organic Patchouli Essential Oil – Heracleod pogostemon cabin – Organic, Plant Leaf, Indonesia 10 ml.
Organic patchouli essential oil is probably best known for its distinctively earthy smell and is widely used across the globe for its alluring aroma. You can find the essential oil of this native Indonesian plant used across Asia as a component in incense, body and garment perfumes and sprinkled in temples.
It serves as a textile enhancer in India, a carpet perfume in Arabian nations and a component in cosmetic, soaps and body scents all across Europe. Some have even discovered its magic as an all-natural insect repellent.
As delicious as patchouli may be for the nose, its benefits for the body go far beyond its seductive odor.
Organic Patchouli Essential Oil Benefits
Therapeutic patchouli essential oil can soothe the body, mind and soul with its hearty healing properties. Patchouli essential oil aromatherapy has been known to alleviate depression and boost your overall mood, increase libido and decrease the severity or occurrence of sexual disorders. It can be used as an antiseptic that cleanses wounds, reduces fever inflammation and assists with healing and fading scars.
More benefits include its ability to remove toxins through increased bodily waste removal, kill off fungus and insects, fight against body odor and promote overall healthy cell growth and development. Use it to cure a fever, reduce anxiety, streamline body functions and soothe frazzled emotions.
We told you it does much more than simply smell good!
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