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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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.
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.
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.
Hot Shot Natural insecticides are made with lemongrass oil, a proven natural choice that is safe for homeowners to use in every room and around their children and pets.
She added a secret ingredient: lemongrass oil, to make it smell like a cleaner.
5%; cedar oil, 2%; lemongrass oil, 1%; geranium oil, 0.
50) features natural lemongrass oil that has deodorising and antiseptic properties.
Before I knew what I was doing, I had stripped to the waist, plonked myself in the chair and been given a blissful back-rub with lemongrass oil.
The shave cream includes essential lemongrass oil, extracts of ivy, sage, coltsfoot, yarrow and aloe, all chosen for healing properties.
It is generally considered to be a natural insect repellent, which needs to be mixed with citronella and lemongrass oils to be effective in repelling mosquitoes.
The protective zone encircling oregano-impregnated apple puree disks was significantly larger than those of disks containing cinnamon or lemongrass oils, the scientists found.