Van Van Oil (Henry's Grass Oil)

Van Van is basically a citronella, palmarosa, ginger grass, lemongrass and vetiver blend. The five magic species are closely related to more similar to Asian grasses, which are long developed for their fragrant roots.

The fixings for Van Van Oil have continuously changed from maker to producer, but the nonappearance of any one or two of the Asian Grass oils will not harm the results much, for most of the time, the mix will center on citrusy lemongrass and citronella, with as it were a indicate of musky vetivert, flower palmarosa, and spicy ginger grass.

  • 1 drop vetivert oil
  • 1 drop palmarosa oil
  • 8 drops citronella oil
  • 16 drops of lemongrass oil
  • 1 drop gingergrass oil (Rare) (Optional)

Blend together and let sit for at slightest week.

This can be your stock oil. Don't apply it straightforwardly, for like all uncut essential oils, it can be a skin aggravation to a few people.

In each 1/2 oz. bottle of the Van Van Oil put:

  • a tiny squeeze of dried lemongrass
  • a pinch of smashed up pyrite crystals
  • one full standard dropper; full of the above stock combination

and carefully fill the bottle with pure almond oil as a carrier oil

An exceedingly rearranged, cheap form of Van Van Oil is sometimes found beneath the title Henry's Grass Oil:

  • Lemongrass oil
  • A squeeze of dried lemongrass 

Put a dropper full of the lemongrass oil and a pinch of the
dried lemongrass in a 1 oz. bottle and fill the bottle with
normal cooking oil as the carrier oil.

You can try this lemongrass and ginger grass oil below:


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