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Patchouli Essential Oil  - $2 and up
1/3 oz. (10ml) cobalt blue w/ dropper $18

Patchouli Essential Oil - $2 and up

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  • earthy, spicy aroma

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Tester Vial - $2
5/8 dram - green - $5
1 dram - amber color bottle - $6
1/3 oz. clear glass with applicator top - $15
1/3 oz. - cobalt blue w/ dropper - $18
1/2 oz - amber colored bottle w/ dropper top $26
1.7 oz. (50ml) cobalt blue w/ dropper - $60
3.4 oz. (100ml) cobalt blue w/ dropper - $105

Patchouli Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Pogostemom cablin


Origin: Indonesia

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled


Plant Part: leaves

Strength of Aroma:

Somewhat potent


Aromatic Scent:

earthy, spicy aroma

Blends well with:

Lavender and Myrrh

Patchouli Essential Oil

Pogostemon cablin; also patchouly or pachouli

Offering the finest quality therapeutic grade essential oils - poured into the bottle size of your choice.

Aromatherapy Properties:

centering, calming, skin regeneration, insect repellent, deodorant

Health Benefits

  • Patchouli oil assists in overcoming depression. It helps in getting past feelings of sadness or loss and fills one with new hope. It uplifts mood, drives away disappointment, and relaxes tension. This is due to the impact that inhaling patchouli essential oil has on the hormones and various chemical reactions in the body and mind. By stimulating the release of pleasure hormones like serotonin and dopamine, feelings of anxiety, anger, and sadness simply disappear.
  • Patchouli essential oil protects wounds and ulcers from developing infections. This powerful essential oil helps speed the healing process of cuts and wounds, and also hastens the fading of scars.
  • The strong sweet, spicy and musky aroma of this essential oil eliminates or covers up body odor (which may be a good thing). Even though the aroma of Patchouli Oil might be very strong to some people’s olfactory senses, it remains a popular oil to use as a body oil and deodorant. Some find the smell wonderful, while others are less enthused by its distinctive aroma.
  • Despite smelling sweet, it is very effective at keeping insects away. (It one of the ingredients used in the insect repellent made here at the Monastery.) It is frequently used in sprays, body lotions, fumigants, vaporizers, and incense sticks or it can be mixed with water to wash clothes and bed linen to drive away mosquitoes, ants, beg bugs, lice, fleas, flies and moths. Only a few drops are required to keep insects away. Burn in an oil diffuser and have the effects last even longer.
  • It can also stop breakouts due to allergies.
  • As an antidepressant and a sedative, patchouli essential oil is good for relaxing the body into a healthy, restful night of sleep.

  • Suggested Uses

    • Use Patchouli Essential Massage Oil to soar past negative thoughts and feeling, cleanse the aura, be at peace with things as they are.
    • Get proactive, immerse yourself in patchouli. It's a beautiful addition to one's auric field.
    • Add several drops into warm bath water to disinfect internal imbalances, induce restful sleep and beautiful dreams. Putting a little Epsom salt or Himalayan Crystal Salt in the bath water increases the therapeutic quality of the treatment. Himalayan Crystal Salt feeds the body with natural minerals which may not be present in one's dietary intake.
    • Add a little Clary Sage essential oil for an extra boost of clarity. Relax, re-charge, release imbalances NOW.

    Blending: Patchouli Oil blends well with Bergamot, Clary Sage,

    Geranium, Lavender, Myrrh essential oils and Hippies.

    Please note: Always consult a health care practitioner.

    5 Stars
    The patchouli oil is smooth and true. I have been ordering it from them for many years.
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    Reviewed by:  from Galveston. on 7/14/2017

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