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Botanical Name: Cymbopogon nardus
Plant Part: Leaves
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Origin: Sri Lanka
Color: Pale yellow to yellowish brown liquid.
Note: Top Strength of Aroma: Medium Aromatic Scent: Citronella Ceylon Oil has a well rounded lemon citrus scent, though it is much softer than actual Lemon. It also has subtle wood tones.
Cautions: Citronella may irritate sensitive skin. Avoid use during pregnancy.
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Posted by Philip Epps on 23rd Jan 2017
Oil is OK. Candles seem to have come out well.
Do not like the plastic insert in the bottle mouth.
I was planning to use an eye dropper to get exact number of drops for making candles, but had to guess at number of drops while shaking the bottle into the wax container.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Jan 2017
Great smell! Hoping to make a bug repellent and use in candles to burn on the porch this summer!
Posted by Lisa Swan on 28th Nov 2016
Love it! Making my own bug repellent! These Florida misquitoes are no joke!
Posted by Daniela on 15th Jun 2016
I added the Citronella oil into my insect repellant mixture and it works great. Smells just right.
Posted by Brenda B on 31st May 2016
Love Bulk Apothecary!!! Can't say enough good things about the quality of their oils!
Have been happy with every oil I have purchased from them and recommend them to everyone........they are potent and the prices are so much better than their competitors!
Posted by Jolene on 14th May 2016
I make my own tiki torch fuel since the store brands have little citronella in it. This citronella is pure and does not take as much for the desired effect. I mix 2 oz/gal of Firefly fuel + 2 oz/gal of their lemongrass oil & 2 oz/gal of their lemon eucalyptus. It smells great & does it ever repell mosquitos! Wonderful quality product.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd May 2016
Best citronella price with all the benefits! Will definitely buy again! Great for my citronella candles.
Posted by Cherie Szilvagyi on 11th Apr 2016
Great essential oil. I use it in my bug off spray and it is just divine.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Apr 2016
I bought citronella to make my own bug repellent spray. Although I have yet to see its efficacy for that purpose, I used it to clean the stretchable watch bracelet and it now smells so nice and clean. I'll definitely find more uses for it.
Posted by Sasha on 13th Nov 2015
The 40/42 is the most consistently fragrant. I use it to fragrance my body butter and some other items I make. Always get rave reviews on the true lavender smell
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