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The Aromatic Note of Lemongrass

Lemongrass in Scenting

Often described as fresh, lemony, earthy, and sweet, its versatility is almost unmatched in the scenting world. When diffused, Lemongrass takes on a fresh light scent with just a hint of lemon so it is a great oil to use in all types of scent blends, as it complements many different fragrances. There are 55 different types of lemongrass species with two species that are commonly used in essential oils in aromatherapy. As a top note, it can come off extremely strong with it is extracted from the stems and leaves. It can normally overpower other oils if not blended equally with other essential oils. Lemongrass thrives in warm climates and historically has been used as a flavoring agent in foods, drinks, and desserts for its ability to boost circulation and immunity. Medicinally, it also can reduce fever and has the nickname “fever grass” in some cultures, used as a tea.     

Benefits of Diffusing Lemongrass Oil

The multi-purpose lemongrass not only smells incredible and clean (hence why a lot of cleaning products contain lemongrass oil for its unique fresh scent), but it also has many therapeutic properties when diffused such as:

  • Boost mood and health  
  • Reduce anxiety and stress  
  • Prevents Gastric Ulcers  
  • Eliminate mental fatigue  
  • Relief to the Digestive System 

Medicinally, when diffused, it also has the ability to:  

  • Work as an anti-inflammatory  
  • Work as an anti-bacterial  
  • Work as an antioxidant  

We think one of the best things about scenting with a fragrance that contains lemongrass is that it is an amazing natural perfume and a non-toxic air freshener that can creates a relaxing atmosphere in any space as well as deodorizes unpleasant scents. It doesn’t just cover odors; it eliminates them! Our scenting oil such as California Love inspired by The Delano and 24K Magic inspired by the W Hotel are a few of our top-selling oils that contain lemongrass as an uplifting and refreshing scent, it is best paired with other citrus notes, ginger, green tea, and jasmine. Scent your hotel, business, and home with the citronella-like fragrance of lemongrass with our diffusers to reap the aromatic properties.   

 

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