Vivacious Lemon Verbena Essential Oil is a citrus-fresh dream that percolates with a pleasant pizazz. This oil is a terrific tonic that harmonizes with its cheery, uplifting scent. Tonifying and clarifying, skin sings with this sunny serum. A drop in a diffuser awakens the senses and home to fresh sparkling air. Drops of this lemony elegance is also perfectly pleasant in perfumes.
Botanical Name: Aloysia citrodora
Botanical Family: Verbenaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Leaves
Country of Origin: Morocco
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Aloysia citrodora
Scent Description: Fresh, subtle citrus that uplifts; hints of Neroli blossoms and Geranium; a sunny afternoon walk in fields of fresh, blooming fruit trees.
Blends well with: Neroli, Sandalwood, Geranium, Lavender, Rose Otto, Bergamot, and Patchouli.
Uses: Emollient and tonic. In skin serums, it is particularly suited to ease the appearance of puffiness. Massage oils, perfumes, and baths are a wonderful way to spend time with this renewing beauty. Lovely in culinary creations.
Contraindications: Photosensitive. Do not use directly on skin while in the sun.
Botanically distinct from Lemon Balm, true Lemon Verbena is rare because the essential oil yield is low. Due to the low yield, some verbenas are extended or adulterated with easily available citronella or Lemongrass.
This versatile oil is filled with verve and contains unexpected properties from such a delicate, pleasant-smelling oil. A delightful drop in a diffuser or bath awakens the environment to fresh, uplifting clarity. The calming effect of Lemon Verbena Essential Oil is said to ignite desire and inspire regale femininity. Inhale this ethereal lemony verve and be transported to its virtuous Verbena realms
“Lemon verbena strengthens the heart and has effects similar to those of balm oil… The gifts of openness toward new opportunities, joy, and enthusiasm are what this plant offers.”
~ Susanne Fischer-Rizzi, Complete Aromatherapy Handbook,
“This oil parallels rose in its complexity.”
~ Kurt Schnaubelt, Advanced Aromatherapy