Rose Geranium


Rose Geranium Pelargonium Graveolens 

Perennial plant in the Geraniaceae family.
The essential oil comes from Madagascar and is distilled in a steam current with leaves, stems, and flowers.
The fragrance is sweet, floral, with a hint of rose.

Quantity: 4 ml
Origin: Madagascar
Cultivation: Organic
Distilled: Madagascar
Internal use: Yes



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Rose Geranium

Geranium (Pelargonium Gravelolens) essential oil is linked to love, to the expectation of a sweet response, but also, by contrast, to madness. Between the two extremes, each colour shade of the flower corresponds to a different meaning. The plant is native to southern Africa and was imported to Italy by a Venetian nobleman.

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 cosa dice la scienzaThe Ministry of Health recognises its relaxing effect; it promotes sleep. It counteracts menstrual cycle and menopausal disorders.

Salute e BenessereIn aromatherapy, on the physical level, it is known as analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic and healing. It is suggested by aromatherapists as useful against mouth ulcers, gingivitis, acne, eczema, and haemorrhoids. It is used in massages for cellulite and water retention.


 Adatto per saponiGeranium essential oil is used as an astringent and sebum-regulator; it is an excellent ingredient for remedies against oily, mature and congested skin. It helps relieve dermatitis and eczema, and as it is also antibacterial it is effective against acne. It is used to relax the skin and to help combat wrinkles. Geranium essential oil promotes circulation by reactivating the microcirculation and is also useful for treating cellulite when smeared on the affected areas.


 Anti-insettiAnti-insect. Geranium essential oil is an excellent insect repellent. It keeps mosquitoes away. Apply it to hot spots on the body such as the neck and wrists, the effect lasts for a couple of hours.


Effetti psicologiciIn subtle aromatherapy it calms agitation, orders emotions, strengthens personality, balances desire and action.


Suggested uses:

  • Room diffuser: a few drops in 100 ml of water.
  • Bath: a few drops of essential oil emulsified in coarse salt, milk, cream, or honey in hot water (to prevent the oil from evaporating due to the heat).
  • Massage: we recommend diluting a few drops of essential oil in a spoonful of oil through a spoon.

Warnings: Non-toxic essential oil. If in doubt, consult a doctor/pharmacist/herbalist.