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Geranium Extract

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Introduction:      
Geranium extract is extracted from the flower of Pelargonium. The health benefits of hardy Geranium is astringent, haemostatic, diuretic, deodorant, tonic and vermifuge etc.
Introduction:

Product Name: Geranium Extract

Effectiveness: Weight Reduction /Body Balance/Antivirus/Anti-Depression

Category: Ratio Extract

Active Ingredient: Geraniol&Citronellol

Specifications: 10:1, 20:1

Test Methord: TLC

Apprearance: Brown yellow powder

Latin Name: Pelargonium hortorum

Part used: Flower & Leaf

 

Effectiveness of use:

1) Astringent: The main function of an astringent is to induce contractions. Accordingly Geranium Oil, being an astringent, makes the gums, muscles (including contraction of abdominal muscles which gives you a better look), intestines, skin, tissues and blood vessels to contract. This may be helpful in many ways. It can prevent muscles and skin from hanging loose, untimely loosening and fall of teeth, wrinkles and can even stop haemorrhage by contracting blood vessels.

2) Anti Bacterial & Anti Microbial: This property does not let bacteria or microbes develop on wounds and otherwise and keeps you safe from infections.

3) Haemostatic: Geranium Oil can stop haemorrhage in two ways. First, being an astringent (more specifically, a styptic), it causes contraction of blood vessels and helps stop flow of blood, as discussed above. Second, being a Haemostatic, it speeds up coagulation or clotting of blood.

4) Cicatrisant: Everybody wants that his or her skin to be free from scars and after marks of fat-cracks, surgeries, boils and acne or pox. But after spending a fortune and trying nearly all the cosmetics available in the market when you end up with nothing, you really feel bad. You could have checked this had you tried Geranium Oil first. It is a Cicatrisant, that is, it helps the scars and other spots on skin to fade and vanish. It facilitates blood circulation just below the surface of skin and also helps make distribution of melanin uniform.

5) Cytophylactic: Geranium Oil promotes cell health and also encourages recycling of dead cell and regeneration of new cells. This helps in the growth of the body cells as well as gametes.

6) Diuretic: This oil has diuretic properties, which means that it increases urination. Now here is something you should know. Urination is one of the three natural ways (the others are excretion and perspiration) and is the most effective way of removal of toxins from the body. These toxins are urea, uric acid, bile salts, pathogens and other synthetic or chemical substances, heavy metals, pollutants and even sugar. Moreover, each time you urinate, fats amounting to 4% of the volume of urine and excess water are also removed from the body. Urination also aids digestion and prohibits formation of gases in the intestine. It is also an effective way of removal of excess acids and bile secreted in the stomach. Urination also reduces blood pressure because the more you urinate, more the sodium is removed and blood pressure is reduced.

7) Deodorant: Geranium Oil has a very pleasing and uplifting aroma, something like a combination of fragrance of a flower and mint. Now you can imagine what a nice deodorant it would make. Its effect also lasts long and it is not harsh on skin either. Further, owing to its property of regulating sebum production and being a mild anti bacterial, it aids eliminating body odor.

8) Styptic: This is almost synonymous to Haemostatic with a slight difference. Being a styptic means being a haemostatic owing to astringent properties. A styptic, here Geranium Oil, causes the blood vessels to contract and thus slows down or stops flow of blood.

9) Tonic: A tonic is what tones up complete health. Internally, it makes all the systems and functions work properly in the body by influencing endocrinal glands for regulating secretion of various hormones, enzymes, acids and bile etc. and toning up the respiratory system, digestive system, circulatory system, nervous system and excretory system. Apparently, it tones up muscles and skin and gives you a better look. Geranium Oil has these properties.

10) Vermifuge: This particular property is very beneficial for those children (sometimes even adults) who suffer from intestinal worms. Geranium Oil is a vermifuge and can help you get rid of this nasty problem.

11) Vulnerary: Geranium Oil speeds up healing of wounds, cut and surgical incisions. This property makes it a vulnerary. Perhaps, it is due to its other properties like Haemostatic, Styptic, Anti Bacterial, Anti Microbial and Cytophylactic.

12) Other Benefits: It can be fruitful if employed in treatment of acne, dermatitis and other skin diseases etc, infections of nose, throat and other respiratory organs, eczema, neuralgia, burns, ulcers, tonsillitis, Post Menopause Syndrome etc. Further, it has great mental uplifting effects and can be very effective in treating depression, anxiety, anger etc.

Detail information:

Other common names.—Crane's-bill, spotted crane's-bill, wild crane's-bill, stork's-bill, spotted geranium, alumroot, alum-bloom, chocolate-flower, crowfoot, dove's-foot, old-maid's-nightcap, shameface.

Description.—geranium, Pelargonium graveolens L'Her. ex Ait., is one of the many fragrant species of Pelargonium used as a source of geranium oil. The woody, perennial herb is native to South Africa and is produced in Egypt, France, the People's Republic of China, Algeria, South Africa, Morocco, and Spain. Reaching a height of one meter, the plant has pubescent, fragrant, green, deeply lobed leaves and rose-colored flowers.

The geranium flourishes in the full sun of temperate and subtropical climates. Best growth is obtained on well-drained, fertile soils and under a high relative humidity. The species are cold sensitive but tolerant of drought.

As a medicinal plant, geranium has traditionally been considered an astringent and used as a folk remedy in the treatment of ulcers. A terpine hydrate synthesized from geraniol is known to be, an effective expectorant. Leaves are reported to have antifungal activity. Scented geranium and oil of geranium are reported to cause contact dermititis. Geranium is reported to repel insects because of its citronellol content.

Several forms, varieties, and hybrids of geranium exist. Rose-scented geranium, Pelargonium capitatum (L.) L'Her. ex Ait.; nutmeg geranium, Pelargonium fragrans Willd.; apple geranium, Pelareonium odoratissimum (L.) L'Her. ex Ait. and crowfoot geranium Pelargonium radens H. E. Moore, represent the wide diversity of plants that contribute to the production of geranium oil. Geranium macrorrhizum L., an aromatic plant, and wild geranium, Geranium maculatum, are members of the Geraneaceae family and should not be confused with the scented geraniums. Although used in flavoring and perfumery, East Indian geranium is actually Cymbopogon martini Stapf., of the Poaceae family.

 

Customer support:

1. What content specification you can supply?
We can supply 10:1, 20:1, or customized. 

2. What is the test method of geranium extract?
The test method is TLC.

3. What is the particle size of geranium extract?
Particle size: 100% pass through 80 mesh sieve.

4. What is the extract solvents of geranium extract?
Water and ethanol.

5. How you control the pesticide residue?
We control it from choosing raw materials to keep the pesticide residue in the lowest level.

6. What is the content of Heavy metals and Arsenic?
Heavy metals (as Pb): <10ppm
Arsenic (as AS2O3): <2ppm

7. What is your storage condition for geranium extract?
It should be stored in cool and dry place.

8. What is the shelf time of the geranium extract?
2 years when properly stored.

9. What is the Payment?
The payments are T/T, West Union, Paypal.

10. What is the Method of delivery?
By Air, By Sea, By express which are UPS, DHL, TNT and EMS.