Citronellol – Terpene Profile
Citronellol is a terpene that can be found in a variety of herbs and spices, including black pepper, lavender and chamomile, as well as in the essential oils of Buchu leaves and Mairehau roots. The rich aromas of rose, lemon and melon that characterize Citronellol have made it a mainstay ingredient of high-end fragrances. Though Citronellol may be best known for its insect-repelling capabilities, this terpene has an impressive track record of improving topical conditions. Moreover, as a diaphoretic, Cintronellol can aid digestive conditions and improve immune system operations.
Citronellol: A potential antioxidant and aldose reductase inhibitor from cymbopogon citratus.
Anti Inflammatory and Nociceptive
Citronellol, a monoterpene alcohol, reduces nociceptive and inflammatory activities in rodents
Study of anticonvulsant effect of citronellol, a monoterpene alcohol, in rodents
Hypotensive and Vasorelaxant
Hypotensive and Vasorelaxant Effects of Citronellol, a Monoterpene Alcohol, in Rats
Biphasic cardiovascular and respiratory effects induced by β-citronellol.
Effect of citronellol and the Chinese medical herb complex on cellular immunity of cancer patients receiving chemotherapy/radiotherapy