citronella oil


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citronella oil

a volatile oil obtained from the grass Cymbopogon nardus or C. winterianus. Used as an insect repellent.
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The forth chapter deals with citronella oil market trends review, distinguish citronella oil manufacturers and suppliers.
A 33-year-old man with no significant past medical history presented to the Accident and Emergency Department three hours following choking on citronella oil during his street performance of 'fire-eating'.
This was the case for some compounds of the citronella oil, e.
Place citronella plants all over the garden, burn citronella oil in lamps, add citronella oil to cream and shampoo, and sprinkle citronella oil around the house.
Each patch contains 60 milligrams of micro-encapsulated citronella oil.
Citronella oil or lemon grass oil for insect repellant.
Look for those containing citronella oil to keep midges at bay at the same time as scenting the night air.
A safer, though not as effective, option is a repellent made of natural ingredients like citronella oil.
Citronella oil, which is distilled from a grass-like plant, is used in perfuming the company's Key bar soap and others, including Sunlight.
Homeowners can also set a relaxing atmosphere while providing a second line of defense for their guests by using Cutter[R] CitroGuard[TM] Candles made with real citronella oil.
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Easy-to-use, all-weather citronella products, such as Cutter CitroGuard American Holiday Triple Wick Candle, use the natural repelling properties of citronella oil to repel mosquitoes and other flying bugs for up to 40 hours.