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Ivan Titov
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One of the top constituents of Rose and Geranium essential oils is the monoterpene alcohol geraniol. Egyptian researchers recently published (September 2015) their findings, from an experimental non-clinical study, that orally ingested geraniol positively affects multiple biochemical pathways in the colon.*1 These pathways are involved in maintaining the health of colon cells. Not surprisingly, Geranium oil is one of the oils in the Zendocrine Detoxification Blend.

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An important aspect of digestive health is microbial balance in the colon (large intestine). Incredibly, there are over 10 million different types of bacteria in the colon.2 Many of these bacteria are beneficial; some are not. A proper balance of the different types of bacteria in the gut is crucial for colon and digestive health. In a preliminary preclinical study, Italian researchers found that ingested geraniol effectively supports healthy microbial balance (March 2016).*3 Geraniol, the top component of both Rose and Geranium essential oils, is known to support colon health.*

Some terpenes play a larger role in the foundational character of a strain, while others add accents and complexity. Cannabis strains with fruity and floral aromatic profiles may owe their uniquely sweet scents in part to a lesser-known terpene called geraniol.

Although not prevalent in a lot of cannabis, geraniol is known for its delicate rose and floral profile, providing a sweetness to strains like Agent Orange and Black Cherry Soda. It also has a host of potential medical uses including pain reduction, and anti-inflammatory and antifungal benefits.

Perhaps the strangest synthesis of geraniol is within honey bees, who produce it in their scent glands as both a marker for nectar-bearing fruits and as a territorial mechanism to thwart off potentially dangerous colonies from creating a hive or taking over a pollination site.

Animal studies, primarily on hamsters and rats, have shown the potential of geraniol to manage diabetes and hyperglycemia, as well as to help mitigate the symptoms of atherosclerosis, a condition that causes the formation of plaque in the arteries.

Geraniol is a nice rosy, sweet floral scent with fine notes of citrus. Geraniol creates fruity effects in many profiles, such as Lime, berry, Pineapple, Watermelon and peach. Geraniol has a nice floral and citrusy scent and comes as a colourless or slightly yellow oil. It is derived from the natural source of geraniol found in roses, although it is also found in lemongrass and citronella.

While ingesting geraniol-infused oil is not recommended, this fresh and fragrant terpene can be found in citrus fruits like lemons, grapefruits and oranges, as well as in blueberries, blackberries and peaches. Try noticing it the next time you make a summer fruit salad or a comforting cobbler!

The terpenoid geraniol is the dominant component of rose oil. It also found in geranium, lemon and citronella. Geraniol has the scent of roses and is used commonly in fragrances and flavourings. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon (black), hydrogen (white) and oxygen (red).

The formulary contains distilled water, isopropyl alcohol, wheat germ oil, geraniol, essential oils of: lemongrass, citronella, rosemary, cedarwood, peppermint, spearmint and geranium. You will smell notes of fresh geranium when you first spray.

Petrolatum, lanolin, cera alba, cetyl esters, paraffinum liquidum, theobroma cacao seed butter, camphor, menthol, salicylic acid, aroma, vanillin, citronellol, geraniol, hydroxycitronellal, limonene, linalool

The Aries mosquito repellent electric diffuser effectively protects your interior from mosquitoes for up to 80 hours thanks to its geraniol concentrate. Contains 10 impregnated pads each providing up to 8 hours of protection.

The Aries Mosquito Repellent electrical outlet is the 1st mosquito repellent diffuser on the market with its liquid refill without any synthetic active ingredients. The active concentrate is geraniol. Geraniol is an odorous volatile molecule naturally present in essential oils from plants. This molecule is a repellent regularly used against mosquitoes and ticks.

Oxidation of geraniol with monoperoxyphthalic acid in aqueous solutions of sodium hydrogen carbonate (pH = 8.3) and sodium hydroxide (pH = 12.5) gives regioselectively 6,7- and 2,3-epoxygeraniol in good and excellent yields, respectively. 041b061a72


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