Lemongrass, also known as cymbopogon, is a genus of Asian and tropical island plants in the grass family. Lemongrass is widely used as a culinary herb in Asian cuisines and as medicinal herb in India, because of their scent resembling lemon.
What it smells like?
It has a very clean, crisp aroma, with a distinct citrusy lemon feel with a touch of botanical grasses. It is praised for its stimulating properties and exotic fragrance.
Carefully unscrew the lid and remove the tyre bung. Immerse 4 - 5 rattan reeds into the fragrance bottle. As the reed absorbs the fragrance oil, you will experience a subtle release of the aroma scent. Fragrance can be intensified by adding more reeds if required. The liquid will evaporate over time but can last up for 4 weeks depending on location and temperature. After a few weeks, carefully reverse the reeds to speed up the saturation of the fragrance oil. Diffuser oil will last 3-4 weeks depending on location and temperature.
Do not ingest oil. Keep out of reach of children. In case of ingestion, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away. Use caution when filling the bottle or when flipping the reeds (oil may damage some surfaces). Do not light the reeds.