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Cymbopogon Martinii


Known as Palmarosa, is a species of grass native to India and is widely cultivated for its aromatic oil. The oil extracted from the leaves of Cymbopogon martinii is known as Palmarosa oil. 
Cymbopogon Martinii


Palmarosa, Indian geranium, ginger grass, rosha, and rosha grass.




Palmarosa is an antimicrobial, antioxidant, aromatic, and nervine.


Palmarosa offers medicinal benefits such as antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, skin rejuvenation, stress relief, and potential digestive aid.


    Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martini) has many medicinal benefits. Extracted from its leaves, Palmarosa oil is used for its antimicrobial and antifungal properties making it beneficial for combating skin infections and conditions. With a sweet and floral aroma, Palmarosa oil is employed in aromatherapy for relaxation and stress relief. Additionally, it is believed to possess antioxidant effects, aid digestion, and act as a natural insect repellent. 


    Cymbopogon martini is utilized in various ways primarily through its essential oil derived from the leaves. Widely embraced in aromatherapy, the oil is diffused or added to hot water to promote relaxation and alleviate stress. Its skin-rejuvenating properties make it a sought-after ingredient in skincare products suitable for topical application when properly diluted. Palmarosa oil can be incorporated into massage blends or added to baths for a soothing experience. 


    Rooted in its native regions of India, Cymbopogon martini has been utilized in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for various medicinal purposes. The plant's aromatic oil, with a fragrance reminiscent of roses, has been valued in Ayurveda for its therapeutic properties. Over time, Palmarosa has gained global recognition finding its way into the perfume and cosmetic industries due to its sweet and floral aroma. 

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