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Posted by ecogemini (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 7, 10 at 9:09

vetiver grass contsist the following medicinal impacts:-
o It balances the activity of the sebaceous oil glands,
o It has deodorizing properties and helps normalize oily skin and clear acne.
o It replenishes moisture in dry and dehydrated skin
o It has a rejuvenation effect on mature skin, as well as cuts / wounds / irritated and inflamed skin.
o When used regularly during pregnancy, vetiver oil reportedly prevents stretch marks.
o The oil strengthens the central nervous system
o Helpful in overcoming depression, insomnia, anxiety, stress, tension and nervousness
o Infusion of roots is a refreshing drink in fever, inflammation and irritability of the stomach.

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RE: Vetiver

I would like to add some: It is about vetiver oil

In India, vetiver has been cultivated to prevent soil erosion during heavy rains. The vetiver grass itself is used for thatching and for weaving mats. Vetiver is also used to make blinds for windows and awnings, taking advantage of its insect-repellent properties. The vetiver oil is derived from the plants spongy, white net of roots, which are steam distilled after having been dried and chopped, producing the essential oil.

Depending on the source, vetiver oil varies in color from brown or deep amber to olive green. The scent, which also varies depending on the source, can be described as woody or earthy, similar to patchouli oil. It is possible to identify the oils origin by color and smell.

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