Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Geranium-- the Best Essential Oil by Far....

In the December/January ‘08 issue of Dominion magazine, Joshua Onysko, founder and alchemist of Pangea Organics body-care, said,

“The best essential oil by far is geranium. The scent—sweet and pungent—goes right to the frontal lobe, relieving tension and anxiety. The oil also helps speed up the reproduction of skin cells—a few drops mixed into a cup of sea salt and jojoba oil is a rejuvenating body polish.”



Geranium Testimonials
Ah, the beautiful smell of Geranium. It appears you are experiencing another benefit of this beautiful oil, its ability to lift one’s emotional state!

Remember this aspect of Geranium when you get a request to help someone who is depressed or who needs their spirits lifted. Geranium never fails! Try diffusing it with Lemongrass—lovely! I love this oil! ~Brenda

Geranium is an anti-depressant, antiseptic, astringent, diuretic, insect repellent, refreshing, relaxing, sedative, tonic for diabetes, diarrhea, gallbladder, gastric ulcer, liver, sterility, urinary stones, bleeding (increases to eliminate toxins, then stops), burns, circulatory problems, depression, digestion, hormonal imbalance, insomnia, kidney stones, liver detoxification, neuralgia, tissue, nerves, pancreas, ringworm, shingles, skin sores, sore throats, and wounds. I have used this for dry skin or fur on my animals and urinary stones. ~Heather

I have heard that Geranium stops bleeding rather dramatically. ~Lynn

My wife uses Geranium for negative thoughts and it has really helped her. She also puts it on before meeting someone who is negative to help ward off any negative energy that comes from them. ~Ray

Geranium has been used for centuries for skin care. Its strength lies in its ability to revitalize tissue. It may help with hormonal balance and the discharge of toxins from the liver, the gland where fear and anger are stored. It stimulates the liver and pancreas.
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Geranium keeps Hot Tubs clean without harsh chemicals.  (The converse of this is the article on the filthy quality of swimming pools that can be read HERE).
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I use 10 drops of Geranium in 2 tablespoons of V6 (vegetable oil blend) in a roll-on bottle as a lovely, uplifting and effective deodorant (with no nasty side-effects). ~Cynthia

Do you have any experiences with Geranium that you would like to share?  Please mention them in the Comments below.  Thank you!

(The foregoing appeared in the January 2008 newsletter distributed by Margarete de Gaston called Scent Pro.)

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