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The patchouli is a classic fragrance for exotic creation – light aphrodisiac and mind-lifting.
Patchouli is a very special essential oil. The spicy fragrance is oftenly used in perfumes for men and women. It should be dosed carefully, as it has stimulating effect in high concentration and calming effect in low concentration. In addition, it has an intensive skin care capabilities, antibacterial and wound healing effect, so that it is often used in lotions, creams and baths, even for treatment of chronic skin problems such as neurodermatitis and psoriasis.
Patchouli is one of the most important raw materials in fine perfumery. Magical creations arise from combinations with lavender, rose, lemon or jasmine. This elegant, erotic accent gives every fragrance mixture a sensual and mysterious character.
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The patchouli oil can be used in combination of other essential oils:
Eucalyptus Oil – Anti-inflammatory against common cold discomforts
Lavender Oil – Harmonising and relaxing; improve sleeping quality
Lemongrass Oil – Improving concentration, wound-healing and antiseptic on insect bites
Orange Oil – Mind-brightening and stress-relieving
Peppermint Oil – Cooling, refreshing and soothening against headaches and cold symptoms
Rosemary Oil – Stimulative and activating concentration and creativity
Tea Tree Oil – Stabilising psyche and improving self- Supports immune system
Frankincense Oil – Assisting meditation and mind-focusing
Citron Oil – Refreshing and concentration facilitating for studying and working space
Patchouli – or patchouli – is a labiate that originates from Asia and Africa. There are more than 50 different types of patchouli, but mainly the Javanese (Pogostemon heyneanus) and the Indian Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) are used to extract essential oil. The scent is intensely earthy, exotic, tart and sweet.
The fragrance is known on the one hand from grandmother’s time when moths and insects were chased away using natural means. At that time, Patchouli was oftenly used to protect high-quality clothings made of cashmere, wool and silk from predators. On the other hand, this fragrance experienced a renaissance in the “flower power” era between 1960s and 1970s.
Patchouli is one of the few essential oils that can be stored for a few years. As with a good wine, its quality can increase over time.
In aromatherapy, patchouli oil is often used due to its positive psychological effects and antiseptic effects for infections, inflammation and skin problems – try it out!
These ingredients and their effects explain the areas of application of Patchouli essential oil.
For skin care, you can make your own bath additive, cream and a nourishing oil with patchouli. Lavender oil also fits very well in this skin care mixture. Use up to 8 drops of patchouli oil in a bath. The bath should have a temperature of 37 – 38 degrees Celsius so that the essential oils do not lose their effect.
Patchouli oil – a mysterious, mystical fragrance – has not only the well-known mood-enhancing, euphoric effect, but also other positive effects on health. This scent can provide relief in skin care, cold symptoms and pain syndromes. Just as people are attracted to this fragrance, it repels insects and is an environmentally and health-friendly insecticide against moths, mosquitoes and other nuisances. Try Patchouli Oil and let its effects convince you.