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Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) Essential Oil

Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) Essential Oil

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Plant description

Latin name: Cymbopogon martinii
Franch name: Palmarosa
English name: Palmarosa
Family: Poacées
Origin: Madagascar, India

History and Origin

Cymbopogon martinii is a plant species better known as palmarosa. Other common names: Indian geranium, gingergrass, rosha and rosha grass. This perennial herb comes from South Asia, particularly India and Pakistan and it is cultivated for its oil.   
















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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Whole herb
Extraction : Steam distillation
Main Components : Monoterpene alcohols 80-95%
Oil Characteristics : Clear, mobile pale-yellow liquid with a fresh, soft and flowery scent, close to the rose.
Properties : Positivant, anti-infective, broad-spectrum antibacterial+++, antifungal+++, antiviral+++, tonic, uterotonic, neurotonic, cardioactive++.
Indications : Rhinopharyngitis, sinusitis, otitis, bronchitis++. Urethritis, cystitis, vaginitis, cervicitis, salpingitis, childbirth+++. Acne, dry and moist eczema, wound, eschar, chaps, oropharyngitis, bacterial enteritis, viral enteritis+++, cardiac fatigue+, viremia+++, excessive perspiration, facilitate childbirth.

Energetic and Emotional Effect

It relaxes the nervous system and helps us overcome the need to be perfect. It evokes the Mother energy, so to give birth to an idea, a child or other things. It invites us to begin a healing process with our own mother (our inside mother and our physical mother).

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It is used in oriental cooking.


In diffusion, it is greatly appreciated for its pleasant scent and its antiseptic and antifungal actions.


Flowery note reminding of rose.


It is used in making creams for irritated skins, hygiene products and deodorants.


Geranium, citrus (particularly lemon), lavender, sandalwood, cypress, cedar, ylang-ylang. 



















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Safety Data and Contraindications

  • Not known under physiological doses.


Lot B-CYMANPL03R (2016/07)


Monoterpenol: geraniol (80,0 %)

Terpene ester: geranyl acetate (9,47 %)


Lot B-CYMAIND02S (2016/11)


Monoterpenols: geraniol (78,19%), linalool (2,13 %)

Terpene Ester: geranyl acetate (10,93 %)


Lot BCYMAIND01T (2018/05)


Monoterpenol: geraniol (81,219 %)

Terpene Ester: geranyl acetate (8,463 %) 


Lot BCYMAIND12T (2019/12)


Monoterpenol: geraniol (81,98 %)

Terpene Ester: geranyl acetate (6,87 %) 


Lot BCYMAIND06U (2019/12)


Monoterpenol: geraniol (81,98 %)

Terpene Ester: geranyl acetate (6,87 %)


Lot BCYMAIND12U (2019/06)


Monoterpenol: geraniol (79,49 %)

Terpene Ester: geranyl acetate (9,93 %) 


Lot BCYMAIND05W (2020/08)


Monoterpenol: geraniol (83,34 %)

Terpene Ester: geranyl acetate (6,13 %) 












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Documentation and References

  • TURBIDE, Michel, L'Aromathérapie : huiles essentielles du Québec et du monde : applications thérapeutiques, Éditeur Santé-arôme.
  • FRANCHOMME, Pierre, Docteur PÉNOËL, Daniel, L’aromathérapie exactement, Éditions Roger Jollois.
  • EIDSON, Deborah, La guérison vibratoire, Guy Trédaniel éditeur.