Widely cultivated, the geranium is grown for ornamental use as well as for use in the cosmetic and food industries. It has been used as a remedy for dysentery, cholera, and fractures. Women may find it particularly beneficial for menstrual tension and also during the menopause.
Traditionally the root of the Geranium (Cranesbill) has been used medicinally for a multitude of ailments and has been administered mainly in Britain. The essential oil was and still is, the most popular oil for perfumery recipes.
Long used for its balancing and uplifting properties; it appears to assist in normalizing hormonal levels and, act as a mild stimulant.
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