Patchouli Pogostemon Cablin
In the 1800s, the scent of Patchouli Oil became the benchmark that determined the authenticity of Eastern fabrics like silk, as it was used to protect the fabrics from insects. Patchouli Oil is believed to have received its name from the Hindi word “pacholi,” meaning “to scent.” The Patchouli plant belongs to a family of other well-known aromatic plants, including Lavender, Mint, and Sage. Patchouli is native to and extensively cultivated in tropical regions such as Brazil, Hawaii, and Asian regions like China, India, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
– The earthy aroma contributes to a grounded, balanced atmosphere
– Promotes a smooth, glowing complexion when applied to skin
– Reduces the appearance of wrinkles, blemishes, and skin imperfections when applied topically
Aromatherapy applications (Diffuse / Inhale)
– Improving negative moods and enhancing the feeling of relaxation
– Encourage restful sleep.
Topical Application / Massage (With regular diluted use)
– Deodorize body odours
– Soothe inflammation
– Fight water retention, break up cellulite, promote weight loss
– Relieve constipation
– Facilitate the faster healing of wounds by stimulating the growth of new skin
– Moisturize rough and chapped skin
– Reduce the appearance of blemishes, cuts, bruises and scars
For beauty (Skin Care)
– Regenerate new skin cells
– Skin looking young, healthy and vibrant.
– Combine Patchouli oil with Peppermint oil and apply to the forehead, temples, or back of the neck after a long day of work.
– Apply one to two drops to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, blemishes, or problem skin areas, or add to your favorite moisturizer.
– Combine with Vetiver and apply to the bottoms of feet.
Direction for Use
Diffusion: use three to four drops in the diffuser of choice.
Topical use: dilute 3 drops in 10ml base oil and apply to desired area. Always dilute with base oil / carrier oil to minimize any skin sensitivity
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Don’t use Patchouli oil if …….
• You’re taking blood thinners
• You recently had or will undergo surgery
• You have a bleeding disorder