Lemongrass floral water is a popular ingredient used in various industries, including cosmetics, aromatherapy, and food and beverage. If you're planning to purchase wholesale quantities of lemongrass floral water, it's essential to have an understanding of its properties, uses, and other technical details to ensure that you get the best value for your investment.

Synonyms: Lemongrass floral water is also known as lemongrass hydrosol, lemongrass distillate, or lemongrass water.

Botanical names: The botanical name of lemongrass is Cymbopogon citratus.

Chemical composition: Lemongrass floral water is primarily composed of water, along with various volatile organic compounds such as citral, limonene, geraniol, and citronellol. It also contains trace amounts of minerals and other compounds that give it its characteristic fragrance and flavor.

Growing Locations: Lemongrass is native to tropical regions of Asia, particularly India and Sri Lanka, but is now grown in many other parts of the world, including Africa, South America, and the Caribbean. The quality of lemongrass floral water may vary depending on the location where the plant is grown, the harvesting and processing methods used, and other environmental factors.

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    Name :Sarl Biosource

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    Headquarters :Algeria

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    Name :Katyani Exports

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    Headquarters :India

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