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What Is Patchouli ?

 The warm, spicy, musky, and relaxing scent of Patchouli Essential Oil is commonly associated with the hippy generation and referred to as “ the scent of the sixties.” This oil is derived from the leaves of the Patchouli plant which belongs to a family of other well-known aromatic plants, including Lavender, Mint, and Sage.


Where Does Patchouli Come From ?

Patchouli is native to and extensively cultivated in tropical regions such as Brazil, Hawaii, and Asian regions like China, India, Malaysia, and Indonesia. In Asian countries, it was traditionally used in folk medicine to treat hair problems like dandruff and oily scalp, as well as skin irritations like dryness, acne, and eczema.


What Is Patchouli Good For?


Patchouli Essential Oil’s active chemical components contribute to the therapeutic benefits that give it the reputation of being a grounding, soothing, and peace-inducing oil. Used topically, patchouli can deodorize body odors, soothe inflammation & facilitate the faster healing of wounds by stimulating the growth of new skin. 

Used in aromatherapy, it is known to be an amazing oil for grounding, meditation &  balancing emotions. The sedative scent stimulates the release of pleasure hormones, namely serotonin, and dopamine, thereby improving negative moods and enhancing the feeling of relaxation.


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