The Many Benefits of Patchouli Oil

The Many Benefits of Patchouli Oil

Patchouli oil is fascinating. It's known for its strong, earthy and musky aroma that'll transport you back to the days of love beads, bell-bottoms and peace signs.

Patchouli oil is commonly used for its ability to promote emotional well-being. It's believed to have a calming effect on the mind, making it a great choice for when you're feeling stressed out, anxious or just have a case of the Mondays.

patchouli essential oil plant

On a physical level, patchouli oil is said to be beneficial for the skin. It's used for combating dry and flaky skin, and it's also used for acne and eczema, promoting an overall healthy and youthful appearance. It's like a time machine in a bottle!

Want to keep bugs away while enjoying the great outdoors? Patchouli oil acts as natural insect repellent (it even repels certain people too), just a few drops and the mosquitos will be grooving to a different beat.

Patchouli oil is known to have properties of being aphrodisiac, making it a perfect choice for a romantic night in. Light some candles and add a few drops of Patchouli oil to your diffuser and it'll set the mood just right.

frankie and myrrh dark aged patchouli and regular patchouli

If you're a fan of incense, patchouli oil is a natural air freshener, providing a pleasant and warm ambiance. Just a few drops of this magical oil and you'll be surrounded by the sweet scent of love beads and flower power. It's like having your very own personal aroma-hippie.

It's worth mentioning that Patchouli oil is a strong oil and it's recommended to dilute it before usage when you're going to be using it as a raw perfume. Patchouli oil may not be recommended for certain skin types, so it's best to do a patch test before using it. 

Patchouli oil is like a time machine in a bottle, taking you back to the good old days of peace, love, and all-around grooviness. And it's not just for the hippies! Patchouli oil is perfect for anyone looking to add a touch of peace, love, and all-around grooviness to their life.

 To check out the difference between regular and dark aged patchouli, check out our blog on the difference between the patchoulis!