Ingredient Name: Lemongrass Essential Oil (Cymbopogon Citratus)
What is it? Lemongrass essential oil is derived from lemongrass leaves through a process of steam distillation. It's native to Southeast Asia and prized for its uses as both a culinary delight and natural remedy. Lemongrass essential oil is rich in many phytconstituents, including flavonoids and phenolic compounds like luteolin, quercetin, kaempferol, and apigenin. In traditional medicine, lemongrass is often used to relieve stomachaches, headaches, muscle pain, and anxiety.
Why do we use it? We use it in our Ultra Relief Cream for its soothing scent and ability to relieve aches and pains.
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