Patchouli (Dark) Essential Oil

Patchouli (Dark) Essential Oil

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Product Details
  • Botanical name: Pogostemon cablin
  • Country of origin: Indonesia
  • Extraction method: Steam distilled
  • Plant part: Leaves
  • Aroma: Earthy, woodsy
  • Consistency: Medium
  • Color: Amber
  • Blends well with: Bergamot, Cedarwood, Lavender, Myrrh, Orange, Sandalwood, Ylang-ylang

Steam distilled from the leaves and flowers of the plant, patchouli essential oil is a clear, medium yellow liquid with a medium base fragrance note. Its earthy, smoky, musky, spicy and exotic aroma is incense like and instantly recognizable. Its use dates to 18th century Asia, when it was used to scent fabrics for shipping, prized for its efficiency in repelling moths and other insect infestations. Diffuse for a relaxing sense of peace and calm; used in meditative practice to align the chakras, release negative feelings and insecurities and to ground the psyche in the moment. Dilute in carrier oil for use in skin care preparations or as a deodorant.

Suggested Uses
  • Antidepressant
  • Anti inflammatory
  • Antibacterial
  • Antiseptic
  • Antimicrobial
  • Aphrodisiac
  • Astringnet
  • Insect repellant
  • Sedative
  • Add a couple of drops to a tablespoon of shampoo to help soothe a dry, flaky scalp
  • Also can be added to cornstarch (4-6 drops per teaspoon of powder) and used as a deodorizing body powder
  • Add 5 drops to face wash or lotion to balance dry or oily skin. Patchouli regenerates new skin cells making it great for all skin types
  • To combat the blues, soak in a warm bath of Patchouli. Dilute 10 drops in a tablespoon of carrier oil, honey or full fat milk and add to water after the tub is filled
  • Inhale directly from the bottle to increase libido or ease anxiety

On the recommendation of the International Federation of Aromatherapists, TruGardens does not endorse taking essential oils internally unless specifically directed and prescribed by a qualified healthcare practitioner who is also trained in clinical aromatherapy. Avoid using during pregnancy, or if you suspect you might be pregnant, except on the advice of a qualified practitioner. Store all essential oil products safely out of reach of children. Essential oils are potent, and a little bit goes a long way. Do not use essential oils undiluted directly on the skin as they can cause irritation. Keep away from children, and do not apply near the eyes, mucous membranes, sensitive or broken skin. Every individual reacts differently to essential oils: Always perform a ‘test patch’ properly diluted in carrier oil to determine sensitivity.

This statement has not been approved, assessed or otherwise endorsed by the FDA. TruGardens does not in any way support the use of these products for the diagnosis, treatment, cure or prevention of any disease.



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This is one of the best-smelling patchouli oils I've ever used! It's really strong, but not overpowering. Some patchouli oils give me a headache, but this one didn't. Plus, the scent lasts forever on your skin.

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Great carrier oil I have never used sweet almond oil before but am so glad I gave this a try! I mix it with the Zen blended essential oil. Its not greasy and goes on so smooth.

April W.

Great diffuser! I love my diffuser! It is quiet and the colors are nice. I also love that it has the option to not have a light on so I can use it at night in my room.

Brittany M.

Eucalyptus is my favorite!I absolutely love this oil. It is such a soothing and refreshing oil. I love to diffuse this at night in my bedroom to help clear my head and relax. 



Love this blend. Another gem from Trugardens!

Carrie L

This Florida Girl LOVES her Orange! Tru Gardens Sweet Orange is one of my favorite essential oils. It reminds me of driving through the Florida Orange Groves on a summer day.

Christine M