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African Bluegrass

African Bluegrass

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  • Profile: Citrus, Herbaceous, and Sweet
  • Origin: South Africa

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Cymbopogon validus
  • Cultivation: wild
  • Origin: South Africa
  • Manufacturing Method: distilled
  • Part of Plant: Grass
  • Main Chemotypes: Myrcene, Linalool, Germacrene-D-4-ol, Camphene, Geraniol, Nonanone-4
  • Key Ingredients: African Bluegrass Oil
  • Article No. 1001-5
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African Bluegrass Essential Oil

African Bluegrass Essential Oil is of premium quality and carefully distilled from wild-crafted grass using a method that preserves the plant's natural essence. 
It is 100% pure and natural, without any synthetic additives. 
The Oil has a fresh, herbaceous, and citrusy fragrance highly valued in aromatherapy for its calming and relaxing properties. It is commonly used to promote a sense of tranquility, reduce stress, and improve mood.

About the Plant

The African Bluegrass plant, also known as Cymbopogon validus, is a tall perennial grass that is native to South Africa. It grows in thick clumps and has long, slender leaves that are blue-green in col and emit a strong, fresh aroma when crushed.

In traditional South African medicine, the African Bluegrass plant has been used to treat a variety of ailments, such as fever, colds, and flu. It is also known for its antibacterial and antifungal properties. The plant is also used as a natural insect repellent. 
Apart from its medicinal properties, the African Bluegrass plant is also highly valued for its aromatic and culinary properties. Its leaves are commonly used in South African cuisine to add flavor and aroma to a variety of dishes, such as stews and curry. 
Overall, the African Bluegrass plant is highly valued and versatile plant in South African culture and tradition. Its medicinal, culinary, and aromatic properties make it an important part of the region's heritage and practices.