Product Information and Traditional & Alternative Uses Wild-crafted lemongrass stems from Egypt are the source for the powerful elements in this essential oild that build collagen fibers in the tissues of tendons and cartilage. Lemongrass is also soothing to the entire body system thanks to naturally occurring analgesic properties. This regenerative action extends to the skin in the form of strong antibacterial action.
1 G.I. SPASMS 2 STOMACHACHE 3 HYPERTENSION 4 NATURAL DEODORIZER
5 PAIN AND NEURALGIA 6 VOMITING 7 COMMON COLD 8 EXHAUSTION
9 HEADACHE 10 MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN 11 INJURED TENDONS 12 WARTS
Primary Action - Muscle Pain, Nausea & Fungus: TENDONS/MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN: Dilute in a 1:1 ratio and apply to the area of discomfort. COMMON COLD/EXHAUSTION/HYPERTENSION: Add 3-5 drops to the bottom of the feet and around the prostate. Or add to diffuser and diffuse throughout the day WARTS: Skin sensitivity can be standard may want to start with a dilution of lemongrass and reduce the amount of carrier oil as you determine your body sensitivity. Place a band-aid over the wart and put one drop underneath the band-aid a few times through the day. May need to repeat for several days. Lemongrass may stain the skin yellow after repeated use. The staining will go away after a few days. STOMACHACHE: Apply 2-3 drops to the abdomen area and massage in a clockwise motion.
**Consult your primary care provider before making any changes to your current dietary regimen. Many essential oils may enhance or decrease the effectiveness of prescription drugs.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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