Definitions for "Geranium"
A genus of plants having a beaklike torus or receptacle, around which the seed capsules are arranged, and membranous projections, or stipules, at the joints. Most of the species have showy flowers and a pungent odor. Called sometimes crane's-bill.
A cultivated pelargonium.
( genus: Geranium or Pelargonium) Cultivated plant having showy, usually red, flowers, and/or fragrant leaves.
A balancing oil for the mind and body. A fresh, floral and sweet smelling oil it relaxes, restores and maintains stability of the emotions. An astringent oil excellent for all skin types. Useful insect repellent. For massage where there is cellulite and treating eczema and psoriasis. Caution: Avoid during first trimester of pregnancy. Not for sensitive skin.
(Origin Egypt) - Steam distilled from the leaf and having a green, yet high rose note. The highest qualtiy geranium on the market comes from Eygpt. Traditionally used for mature skin, and regenerating skin cells. Reputed to be an anitdepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and astrigents.
An antibacterial oil that is also excellent for softening as it promotes cellular healing benefits to the skin.
Keywords:  smell, hexa, ethoxy, vibrantly, sorbic
The highly undesirable odour arising from bacterial activity in wines containing sorbic acid. The perpetrating compound is usually 2-ethoxy-hexa-3,5 diene.
A hearty green plant with vibrantly colored blooms ranging in color from white through pinks and the classic bright red. The blooms occur in round collections at the end of the stems. The broad mid-green leaves are often used as a fresh-smelling base in bouquets.
If you notice the smell of geraniums then you have a really bad wine.
Keywords:  tuberose
Keywords:  geta, gillie, vivid, clog, shoe
a vivid or strong red. geta a Japanese wooden clog for outdoor wear gillie shoe with a low top and decorative lacing
Keywords:  smoothing, firming
Smoothing, Firming