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Refresh & Rejuvenate with Lemongrass Essential Oil 

With a zesty aroma, lemongrass oil is as invigorating as it is soothing. As one of our signature products, it awakens the senses and provides an undeniable sense of calm. Featured in a variety of sizes ranging from 10 milliliters to 16 ounces, BargzUSA's lemongrass essential oil benefits with many advantages regarding their health and well-being. What are the best lemongrass essential oil uses? From easing muscle pain to promoting feelings of calm, lemongrass oil can help you feel at ease in a number of ways. Additional lemongrass essential oil benefits consist of strengthening hair, cleaning pores and soothing indigestion. Best of all, lemongrass essential oil blends well with other oils, so you can easily combine it with your favorite BargzUSA products. If you're looking for a natural solution to help you feel relaxed and alleviated, our lemongrass oil is here to help. Shop BargzUSA's selection today!

 

Experience Lemongrass Essential Oil Benefits and More 

Lemongrass oil can be used as a fragrance for cosmetics, soaps, homemade deodorizers and much more. The herbal compounds have been found to help with illness and inflammation, pain, infections and even anxiety. In fact, it's actually known to be one of the most popular essential oils for gout! In addition to its many healthful benefits, lemongrass oil simply smells really good and can help put you instantly at ease. Experience the sophisticated and relaxing aroma of lemongrass essential oil today. 

 

Learn More About Lemongrass Essential Oil Uses

Transform your home or place of business into a tranquil sanctuary with the help of lemongrass essential oil from BargzUSA. It's the perfect way to bring a sense of calm and clarity to any space. Keep reading to learn more about the many lemongrass essential oil uses and benefits. Have a question or need more information about our selection of essential oils? Reach out today — we're here to help. 

 

What Is Lemongrass Essential Oil Good For?

Lemongrass essential oil contains antifungal, antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and is a source of many essential vitamins and minerals. It has some healthful and mood-boosting benefits that make it a favorite among users. In addition to enhancing energy levels and increasing your ability to focus, lemongrass essential oil can relieve pain, tension and pressure that can often cause headaches. It can also reduce anxiety, ease menstrual cramps, combat fungal infections, alleviate joint and muscle pain, and so much more. Lemongrass is also a popular essential oil for inflammation, thanks to its antipyretic and anti-inflammatory properties. As you can see, lemongrass essential oil benefits are vast and varied. 

 

How Do I Use Lemongrass Essential Oil?

If you're new to essential oils and wondering about the different lemongrass essential oil uses and methods of application, you're not alone. There are several ways to use lemongrass essential oil that allows you to take advantage of its healthful benefits. One of the most popular methods is through the use of an oil diffuser or by adding a few drops to boiling water and inhaling the scent. Many DIYers like to create their own whipped body butters or foot scrubs using lemongrass oil. You can even add a few drops of lemongrass essential oil to a carrier oil, like coconut or jojoba oil, and then massage it into the skin. It's important to note that you should never apply undiluted essential oils to your skin, eyes, mouth or ears. And never ingest lemongrass essential oil orally unless following the guidance of a healthcare professional. 

 

What Mixes Well with Lemongrass Essential Oil?

If you're looking to create a relaxing environment, there are quite a few scents that blend well with lemongrass when used with a diffuser. Lemongrass has a citrusy and hay-like scent and pairs nicely with most citrus oils, like bergamot, grapefruit, lemon, lime and orange. In addition, it can help to add a "bite" to softer floral scents like chamomile, rose and ylang-ylang. If you're after a bolder fragrance, try mixing it with juniper or frankincense. You never know when you may stumble upon a new favorite scent!