Place of origin: Malaysia, Indonesia, India and China.
Description: A perennial bushy herb up to 1 metre tall with sturdy hairy stem, large fragrant furry leaves with white flowers.
Characteristics: A strong earthy and exotic fragrance.
Part of plant used: Dried leaves, usually subjected to fermentation.
Method of Extraction: after drying the leaves and young shoots in the sun, they are steam distilled.
Interesting note: In Victorian times dried patchouli leaves were placed amongst folds of Indian cashmere shawls to protect them from moths.
Mind and spirit: This is one of the oils that was found useful when dealing with anxiety and depression, it also has a significant deodorising effect.
Helps regenerate tissue stimulating regrowth of skin cells and forming scar tissue. Assists healing rough, cracked skin, sores, and wounds.
We do not recommended any essential oils for internal use
Keep out of reach of children.
Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas
Due to customs regulations and other restrictions we are not able to send our essential oils overseas.
THIS IS NOT A PROBLEM FOR ORDERS WITHIN AUSTRALIA