Used in love powders, sachet and incenses and is added to the bathwater in a sachet to make yourself more attractive to the opposite sex.
Burned to overcome evil spells. It is also used in love powders, sachet and incenses and is added to the bathwater in a sachet to make yourself more attractive to the opposite sex. Used in money spells and mixtures, placed in the cash register to increase business, carried to attract luck, and burned in anti-theft incenses.
The root of vetiver possesses a number of therapeutic properties – it is soothing, helps to reduce body heat or fever, is invigorating, diuretic and tonic. The roots contain a chemical known as benzoin, which is useful in treating headaches. It is also extremely effective in curing skin complaints as well as assists in diminishing anxiety and tension. The oil contained by this grass species works as an excellent insect repellent. On the other hand, the oil extracted is widely used in making perfumes owing to its aroma as well as fixative effects. The roots of this grass are employed to make brushes for cleansing the body in a natural way, applying aromatic oils as well as cleaning utensils. In addition, the fragrant roots are also used as ingredients in potpourri. The leaves of are used to treat a number of health conditions, including lumbago, rheumatism, and sprains.