Rose Geranium South African Essential Oil 100% Pure & Natural

Rose Geranium South African Essential Oil
Pelargonium roseum X asperum
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1000 ML/33.81OZ/2.20lbs $ 187.50
5000 ML/169.07OZ/11.00lbs $ 918.75
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Botanical name  Pelargonium x asperum

Family  Geraniaceae

Source  Leaves & Flowers

Origin  South Africa

Processing Method  Steam Distillation

Color/Consistency  A thin, pale yellow to greenish yellow liquid.

Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma  A middle note with a strong aroma, Geranium Bourbon Essential Oil has a stronger scent with a dry floral aroma.

Blends With  Angelica, Bergamot, Basil, Lavandin, Cedar Wood, Carrot Seed, Citronella, Lavender, Neroli, Lime, Orange, Lemon, Jasmine, Grapefruit and Rosemary.

Product Abstract  A middle note with a strong aroma, Rose Geranium Bourbon Essential Oil has a stronger scent with a dry floral aroma.

Rose Geranium oil is commonly used as an element in aromatherapy for its many health benefits. It’s used as a holistic treatment to improve your physical, mental and emotional health. Used by the Egyptians for promoting beautiful and radiant skin, geranium oil is now used to treat acne, reduce Inflammation, alleviate anxiety and balance Harmones.. This sweet-smelling oil can also uplift your mood, lessen fatigue and promote emotional wellness.

History

Confusingly, "rose geranium" is also the common name of members of the genus Pelargonium, which are also in the Geraniaceae family and are widely grown as horticultural bedding plants. Linnaeus originally included all the species in one genus, Geranium, but they were later separated into two genera by Charles L'Heritier in 1789. Other former members of the genus are now classified in Erodium, including the plants known as filarees in North America.

Harvesting/Extraction Information

The essential oil of Rose Geranium is extracted through steam distillation of stems and leaves of the Rose Geranium plant, bearing the scientific name Pelargonium odorantissimum. The main components of this oil are alpha pinene, myrcene, limonene, menthone, linalool, geranyl acetate, citronellol, geraniol, and geranyl butyrate.

Common Usage

  • Lowers Stress
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Relieves Pain
  • Promotes Kidney Health
  • Boosts Immunity
  • Aids in Digestion

Caution

It is important to remember that only rose-scented Rose geranium can be safely consumed. You should be absolutely certain about the type you are using for herbal remedies if you aren’t getting your herbs from a professional. Also, be sure to consult your medical professional before adding it to your herbal supplement regimen.

Key constituents

Citronellol 36.5–39.1%

Citronellyl formate 9.2–10.1%

Geraniol 8.7–8.9%

Guaia-6,9-diene 6.5–6.8%

Isomenthone 5.4–5.7%

Linalool 3.6–3.9%

Menthone 1.4–2.4%

Geranyl formate 1.9–2.1%

(Z)-þ(E)-Rose oxide 1.8–2.0%

Germacrene D 0.4–1.5%

Geranyl tiglate 1.2–1.3%

Citronellyl propionate 0.9–1.2%

b-Caryophyllene 0.7–1.2%

Citronellyl tiglate 0.9–1.0%

Geranyl butyrate 0.6–1.0%

b-Bourbonene 0–1.0%

Safety summary
Hazards Drug interaction; skin sensitization (low risk).
Cautions (oral)  Diabetes medication, drugs metabolized by CYP2B6 (Appendix B).
Maximum dermal use level  17.5%

Our safety advice
We recommend a dermal maximum of 17.5% based on 30.3% geraniol content with a dermal limit of 5.3%

Regulatory guidelines Has GRAS status.

Organ-specific effects
Adverse skin reactions In a mouse local lymph node assay, Rose geranium oil was an extremely weak sensitizer. Undiluted Moroccan geranium oil was slightly irritating to rabbit and guinea pig skin, but was not irritating to mouse skin; tested at 10% on 25 healthy volunteers it was neither irritating nor sensitizing. It is non-phototoxic. Undiluted Reunion geranium oil was moderately irritating to rabbit skin, but was not irritating to mouse skin; tested at 0% on 25 healthy volunteers it was neither irritating nor sensitizing. It is non-phototoxic.

Cardiovascular effects  When a laboratory-distilled Tunisian Rose geranium oil was given to alloxan-induced diabetic male rats at 75 and 150 mg/kg/day po for 30 days, blood glucose was reduced by an amount comparable with that elicited by glibenclamide, while hepatic glycogen concentration increased.

Systemic effects

  • Acute toxicity 
  • Carcinogenic/anticarcinogenic potential
  • Drug interactions

Comments
In addition to China, Egypt and Morocco, Rose geranium oil is produced on a large scale in Crimea, Ukraine, Georgia, India, Madagascar and South Africa. The name ‘rose geranium’ was originally reserved for geranium oil from Reunion, which derived from a particular cultivar known as geranium Bourbon. However, the Bourbon oil from Reunion is now only produced in very small quantities, and is no longer sold on the open market. ‘Rose geranium’ oils are now offered from other sources. There is some confusion concerning the precise botanical species from which geranium oils are derived. The binomials P. capitatumand P. roseum are sometimes seen, and P. graveolens is frequently cited in  aromatherapy literature. According to Tucker & Debaggio Pelargonium x asperum is a cross between P. capitatum and P. radens, while P.  graveolens, the oil from which contains 30–83% isomenthone, is not in fact the source of commercial Rose geranium oil.

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