lemongrass oil


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an aromatic oil that smells like lemon and is widely used in Asian cooking and in perfumes and medicines

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At reduced concentrations, lemongrass oil is very lethal to the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which spreads Zika, dengue, chikungunya and other tropical diseases.
Citral, a component of lemongrass oil inhibits the clastogenic effect of nickel chloride in mouse micronucleus test system.
The emulsions used for the coatings were produced by mixing an 18% carnauba wax-based solution with lemongrass oil at various concentrations ranging from 0.
A little hint I learned in Asia is to spray the cooled towel with lemongrass oil.
But it was informative (I never knew saffron was the world's most expensive spice or that lemongrass oil is good for the skin) and lots of fun.
McIntyre and Bayer are replacing a steam-heat process with a treatment made from cinnamon-bark oil, thyme oil, oregano oil and lemongrass oil.
Top-bar hive experts say you can sometimes attract a swarm to a hive by baiting it with lemongrass oil.
This intensive conditioner uses nut oils and lemongrass oil to calm stressed locks.
Lemongrass oil is characterized for monoterpenes compounds, and citral is the major component, present at levels of, approximately, 65-85%.
Similarly, the Gentle Naturals bug repellent is formulated with such naturally occurring insect repellents as soybean oil, cinnamon oil, lemongrass oil and geranium oil.
Instead, it is formulated with such natural insect repellents as soybean oil, cinnamon oil, lemongrass oil and geranium oil.
The trial used a mixture consisting of (per g) 70 mg eucalyptus oil, 50 mg tea tree oil, 45 mg lemongrass oil, 45 mg lemon oil, 7 mg clove oil and 3 mg thyme oil on a 40% ethanol base.
The line is formulated using natural botanical extracts as active ingredients, including peppermint oil, cinnamon oil, lemongrass oil, and thyme oil.
Ointment and cream formulations of lemongrass oil in different classes of base and the oil in liquid paraffin solution have been evaluated for mosquito repellency in a topical application.
It is also used as an insect repellent by adding it to a small amount of peppermint or lemongrass oil.