Lemongrass has been used in cooking and herbal medicine for at least five thousand years. It was used by locals in India for a variety of medical issues. The plant has deep historical roots in Asian and African cultures as well. Lemongrass has been cultivated in Southeast Asia for the past two thousand years. History shows that in East India and Sri Lanka, lemongrass was combined with other herbs to make a drink locally known as fever tea. The natives would use this beverage to treat fever, irregular menstruation, diarrhoea, stomach aches and to treat fungal infections of the skin. They also make a potent solution to fight pest, especially mosquitoes. We offer 100% pure and natural oil distilled from lemongrass leaves grown and harvested from The Nilgiris.
- Natural deodoriser and cleaner
- Skin and hair health
- Natural bug repellent
- Muscle relaxer, redices inflammation
- Stress and anxiety reducer
- Detoxifying anti fungal abilities
- Headache relief, fever reducer
- Kills bacteria
- Fight flu and cold
Eucalyptus Oil is the generic name for distilled oil from the leaves of Eucalyptus. The leaves of selected Eucalyptus species are steam distilled to extract Eucalyptus Oil. Eucalyptus is a fact growing evergreen tree native to Australia however, made it’s way to India courtesy Tippu Sultan in 1790 followed by East India Company in 1840s. The first large scale introduction of these trees in India was to The Nilgiris and to this date, have become part of the flora of these majestic mountains. They, in ways, have come to symbolise these mountains and commonly known as the ‘Nilgiris trees’ and the oil commonly called the ‘Nilgiris oil’. Eucalyptus oil has been incorporated into Chinese, Indian Ayurveda, Greek and other European styles of medicine to treat a range of conditions for thousands of years. Traditionally, Eucalyptus oils was used as an analgesic agent that helped to relive pain and it was valued for its ability to reduce inflammation and improve respiratory conditions. We offer 100% pure and natural oil distilled from eucalyptus leaves grown and harvested from The Nilgiris.
- Improves Respiratory Conditions
- Relieve cough
- Improves seasonal allergies
- Eases headaches
- Fights infections
- Reduces pain and inflammation
- Aids wound care
- Boosts mental clarity
- Repels rodents
- Aromatically – You can diffuse the oil in your home just like a candle using a diffuser. To make a natural room freshener, put a few drops of oil along with water into a spritzer bottle. You can also inhale the oil directly by sniffing it.
- Topically – Before applying the essential oil to you skin, it should be diluted with a carrier oil, like coconut oil. Rub the mixture into your skim or spray some on your clothes. You can also add a few drops to your bath, shampoo, soap or body wash.