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There are over  250 different species of Geranium, it have beenused  into perfumes for hundreds of years. Geranium Essential Oil has been used therapeuticaly to help with depression , hormone balancing , stress, detoxing skin care . 



Botanical Name : Pelargonium graveolens

Family: Geraniaceae

Country of Origin: Egypt 

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Plant Part Used: Flowering Top

Note: Middle- Top

Aroma: Fresh, Green, Strong, Floral

Color: Clear to Pale yellow

Blends well With Juniper communis – Red Mandarin , Lemon, Fennel 

Shelf Life: 4 – 5 Years





  • Possible Sensitizer
  • For topical application don’t use directly on the skin, dilute with a carrier oil
  • A patch test should be performed before use for those with sensitive skin.
  • Discontinue use if skin sensitivity occurs
  • Add 4-5 drops for Diffusing
  • Don’t ingest
  • Keep out of reach of children, Avoid using if pregnant or nursing
  • Not recommended for use on infants
  • Avoid contact with eyes and ears
  • Store in a cool and dry place
  • Keep away from heat, open flame, or direct light
  •  Avoid long-term use if you have a history of estrogen-dependent cancer.



  • An Ancient Egyptian Herbal ( Lise Manniche ) 1989 
  • Essential oil safety ( Tisserand and young ) second Edition 
  • Charles Fetrow & Julian Avila (2000) The Complete Guide to Herbal Medicine


  • Lawrence BM, Essential oils from Agriculture to Chemistry

  • The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, Salvatore Battaglia

  • Arcatender Perfume and flavor materials of natural origin


Geranium Oil (Pelargonium graveolens) 15 ml

  • Gas Chromatography Analysis %

    Batch : 19001

    Comparison to ISO 3515:2002 and Tech. Corrigendum 1


    GC: Agilent 6890N

    Column:  HP-5

    Injection split

    Carrier gas:  Helium

    Detector: Agilent MSD 5973N Temperature program: 50°C/(1 min)2°C/min  290°C (15min) 

    Volume of EO injected: 0.2 ul\



    5.3 10 Epi gamma eudesmol  Sesquiterp Alcohol
    0.09 Alpha phellandrene Monoterpene 
    0.34 Alpha terpineol Monoterpene Alcohol 
    1.72 Beta bourbonene ( Sum of peaks)  Sesquiterpene
    1.6 Beta caryophyllene  Sesquiterpene
    0.11 Beta Myrcene  Monoterpene 
    0.08 Beta phellandrene Monoterpene 
    0.02 Beta pinene  Monoterpene 
    1.98 Cadinene ( Sum of peaks ) Sesquiterpene 
    0.37 Calamenene Sesquiterpene 
    1.29 Citral  Aldehyde 
    32.32 Citronellol  Monoterpene Alcohol 
    0.35 Citronellyl acetate Monoterpene 
    0.76 Citronellyl butyrate  Ester 
    8.19  Citronellyl formate  Ester 
    0.55 Citronellyl propionate  Ester 
    0.92 Copaene  Sesquiterpene
    12.52 Geraniol Monoterpene Alcohol 
    0.51 Geranyl Acetate  Ester 
    1.72 Geranyl Butyarte  Ester 
    0.21 Geranyl Caproate  Ester 
    3.68 Geranyl formate  Ester 
    1.08 Geranyl Propionate  Ester 
    1.33 Geranyl tiglate  Ester 
    0.36 Humulene  Sesquiterpene
    0.05 Limetol Monoterpene 
    0.14 Limonene Monoterpene 
    3.74 Linalool  Monoterpene.Alcohol  
    0.4 Linalool oxide  Monoterpene Alcohol 
    0.24 Menthol Alcohol 
    7.43 Menthones (Sum of peaks ) Alcohol 
    0.06 Methyl heptenone  Ester 
    0.51 Muurolene  Sesquiterpene
    1.11 Nerol Monoterpene Alcohol 
    0.14 Ocimene  Monoterpene 
    0.09 Para cymene  Monoterpene 
    1.03 Phenyl ethyl tiglate  Esters 
    2.69 Rose Oxide  Monoterp Ether
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