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Citronella Pure Essential Oil
by Bianca Rosa
1.7 oz

Citronella Pure Essential Oil

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Botanical Name: Cymbopogon nardus

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Color: Clear

Consistency: Thin

Perfumery Note: Top

Aroma Strength: Medium

Aroma: Ci... *

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ZIN Product Number: 305519
Size: 1.70 oz
Weight: 0.24 lbs (0.11 KG)
Size (inches): 1.57" X 1.57" X 3.74"
Size (cm): 4.0 cm X 4.0 cm X 9.5 cm


Ingredients: Citronella

Description - Research and Analysis

Botanical Name: Cymbopogon nardus

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Color: Clear

Consistency: Thin

Perfumery Note: Top

Aroma Strength: Medium

Aroma: Citrusy (similar to lemongrass), slightly fruity, fresh, sweet.

Use: Excessive perspiration, fatigue, headache, insect repellant, oily skin. [Julia Lawless, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (Rockport, MA: Element Books, 1995), 58-67.]

Constituents: Geraniol, citronellal. [B. Lawrence, "Citronella Oil," Perfumer & Flavorist, June/July 1985, 27, cited in Salvatore Battaglia, The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy (Australia: The Perfect Potion, 1997), 155]

Cautions: Possible sensitization. [Robert Tisserand, Essential Oil Safety (United Kingdom: Churchill Livingstone, 1995), 205.] Lawless says to avoid Citronella during pregnancy. [Julia Lawless, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (Rockport, MA: Element Books, 1995), 134.]


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All pure essential oils should be used with care. Do not apply directly into skin. A 2% dilution of essential oils to a base of carrier oil or lotion is recommended for all skincare and massage preparations.


100% Pure Citronella Essential Oil


Avoid contact with sensitive areas, such as eyes. Citrus oils are photosensitive and should not be applied prior to sun exposure. During pregnancy, use only with advise from a trained aromatherapist. For external use only. Keep all bottles out of reach of children.

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USAGE: Add 1-3 drops of Bianca Rosa® essential oil to every 5 mL (1 tsp.) of carrier oil for massage or skin care needs. Add 5-15 drops (depending on strength desired) to bath water. Add a few drops of oil to a water-filled spray bottle to create a refreshing room spray, or add to diffusers to create warm room scent. CAUTIONS: Always do a test patch when applying oils to the skin (particularly citrus oils) to determine if itching, soreness, or redness develop. Store away from heat and light. Keep away from eyes, nose, and mouth. Bianca Rosa® essential oils are for EXTERNAL USE ONLY.

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Citronella's lemony-floral scent is versatile and uplifting in blends for the home.

Patio Spray

This refreshing outdoor spray evokes the scent of sweet flowers, fresh herbs and lemon. Use it to mist the air on warm summer evenings.

4 drops citronella oil
2 drops rose otto oil
2 drops lavender oil
4 drops lemon oil

Add all of the oils to two fluid ounces of distilled water and place in a spray bottle. Shake well prior to use.

Wild Wood Potpourri

Citronella is the predominant scent in this woodsy potpourri.

1/2cup sandalwood chips
1/2 cup bayberry bark
1/2 cup cedar chips
1/4 cup licorice root
2 cups lemon peel
2 cups orange peel
1 cup lemon verbena
1/2 cup lemon balm
1/2 cup calamus root
1 teaspoon lemon oil
1 teaspoon citronella oil
1 teaspoon bergamot oil

Combine the dry ingredients, then add the oils and mix gently. Try spina cristi, uva ursi and pinecones for added color and texture. Other oils that would work well in this potpourri include tangerine, ginger, rosemary, bay and hibiscus flowers. Refresh with the oil blend as needed.

Room Spray

Use this soft, citrusy, slightly sweet scent as an indoor spray after house cleaning, or before guests arrive. (Avoid spraying directly on furniture.)

2 drops citronella oil
2 drops lemon oil
2 drops bergamot oil
4 drops lavender oil
2 drops frankincense oil

Add all of the oils to two fluid ounces of distilled water and place in a spray bottle. Shake well prior to use.

Citronella Candles

The Traditional Method

Create your own citronella candles for summertime ambiance.

candle wicking
tin cans for molds
12 to 24 drops citronella oil per ounce of wax

Melt the wax in a double boiler. (Be careful not to splash wax on the heating element.) When the wax is melted, remove it from the heat and allow to cool slightly. As the wax begins to set up, stir in the citronella oil. Pour the mixture into the tin cans, add the wicking, and finish setting.

The Lazy Man's Method

Buy the standard white, non-scented "votive" candles (1 1/2" x 1 1/2") which are available at many popular retail outlets or gift shops. With a basic soldering iron, press the heated tip down into the top of the candle until it sinks in about an inch deep. The tip should enter the candle vertically from a central location just near, but not touching, the wick. Remove the soldering tip, then fill the hole woth a few drops of citronella essential oil. Use the heated soldering tip to gently melt the wax over the top of the hole to evenly seal it.

This is a very quick and easy method to make your own secented candles, and you can do a few dozen in minutes for later use!


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