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Lemongrass essential oil
    Lemongrass essential oil
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    Botanical Name: Cymbopogon flexuous stapf/citratus

    Plant Part: Grass

    Country of Origin: India

    Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation

    This Lemongrass EO has a Citral content of 75.08%.   This essential oil is tonic and vasodilator with anti-inflammatory and sedative properties. Stimulates the mind, lifts the spirit, clears the head. Stimulates appetite, helpful with colic and indigestion. May prevent the spread of contagious diseases. Great for aching muscles, relieves tired legs. Relieves fatigue, assists with jet lag.  It's said to aid in the flow of milk in nursing mothers. May be a dermal irritant. Blends well with cedarwood, basil, lavender, neroli, niaouli and tea tree.

    Flash point: 160 deg. F.

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    Allison Griffin (middleburg, FL, US) | October 7th, 2011
    Bought on a whim, turned out to be my most requested soap. Scent lasts better than a Citrus oil. Lemony and fresh at the same time.
    Smells like lemon drops candy
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    Jennifer Neuman (Cypress, TX, US) | June 15th, 2011
    I absolutely love the smell of this oil! It is a very strong top note, which I have found not to fade quickly. This is my favorite citrusy oil to blend with. I've found 3 excellent blends so far using this oil: Lavender, Tea Tree and Lemongrass. Lavender, Eucalyptus, and Lemongrass. Lavender & Lemongrass
    Sweet Herbal Lemon Scent
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    bonnie garrity (chehalis, WA, US) | March 28th, 2011
    I use this primarily for soap. It works well in CP. Great Stuff. Great Price. A big favorite! Perfect uplifting morning scent to rise and shine with. Eye-opening sweet lemon with that background of grassy green herbal sweetness. Not sour like the Lemon EO, sweeter, reminds me of the lemon fruit loops.
    Smells great, good packaging and competitive price
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    Judy Bieber (Albuquerque, NM, US) | October 1st, 2010
    This has a nice lemony smell with an appropriately earthy under tone. I used it as the predominant scent in a citrus poppy seed CP soap. The scent remained strong after saponification. I'm very pleased with the quality.
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    Rachel Vincun (Arvada, CO, US) | September 28th, 2010
    Lovely and fresh, I add just a touch of it in some of my fragrances for lift. The price is amazing for such a terrific oil.
    Crisp and clean
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    Elaine Pollard (La Plata, MD, US) | September 25th, 2010
    I am almost out of this. I use it almost every time I make soap. It is just a clean smelling scent. It blends really well with citrus oils.
    Exotic and green
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    Sara Bunn (youngsville, NC, US) | July 19th, 2010
    Has an almost Citronella scent, it is also strongly reminiscent of Lemon Balm. Not quite lemon, but distictly lemony with an herbal twist. Very refreshing but it does have a tendancy to overpower "softer" floral scents unless used sparingly. I like it blended with Rosemary in CP soap. Scent comes through CP process well.
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    S. R. (WESTVILLE, IN, US) | June 7th, 2010
    I actually burn this throughout the is so lovely and fresh smelling. Definitely different than Lemon (also nice), but more complex and I never tire of it.
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    leslie costa (new york, NY, US) | May 6th, 2010
    my mother is very picky as mother's can be. when i offered to make a batch of soap for her, she requested a combo i make that strongly features lemongrass. she absolutely loves it. i have developed an appreciation for lemongrass. this is a very nice lemongrass.
    Southern Goodness
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    Christina Rhoades (Acworth, GA, US) | April 26th, 2010
    I LOVE this oil... its refreshing scent is the epitome of Springtime in the South! I even ship this soap to my parents who moved to Alaska... a favorite of them both!
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    Essential oils: in 1/32 oz. to 1/4 oz...amber glass vials with orifice reducers. ½ oz. to 2 amber glass bottles with white caps and Eurodroppers...3 to 4 oz. in amber glass bottles with black caps and without orifice reducers...7 oz. in aluminum bottles...15 oz. in amber glass bottles with black caps...10 & 25 lbs. in HDPE plastic containers with wide mouths although, occasionally, 25 lbs. may be dispensed in factory-issued metal containers with pouring spouts.

    28 lbs. of carrier oils and other liquids are dispensed in individual HDPE plastic gallon containers with handles, each holds the purchased net weight of liquid.

    30+ lbs. of carrier oils, other liquids, soft butters, Castile gel and other products are dispensed in plastic HDPE pails w/metal handles & pouring spouts in the lid; those products may remain inside the pails indefinitely when properly stored. After Covid, we reserve the right to use any packaging/dispensing container available to us and not mentioned above because it continues to be difficult many times to restock the same packaging container or material used in the past.

    NOTE: An EO may safely remain inside an aluminum container for up to 3 months, but if storing longer than 3 months the oil should be transferred to amber glass. Fragrances and carrier oils up to 8 lbs. may remain inside HDPE plastic bottles indefinitely. If the customer at any time feels more comfortable transferring a product to glass this should be done. ALL PRODUCTS ARE DISPENSED BY WEIGHT, THUS, SOME CONTAINERS MAY BE FILLED HIGHER THAN OTHERS DEPENDING ON THE WEIGHT AND VISCOSITY OF EACH PRODUCT.

    Raw materials/ingredients are dispensed by weight. Many customers ask how many ounces in a pound, there are 16 ounces in one pound. These are not fluid ounces, they are ounces by weight.

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