Sweet Orange Ethereal Oil

Sweet Orange Ethereal Oil  (Essential Oil) – $7.50/$12.60

Botanical name: Citrus sinensis

Origin: Australia

Extraction: Cold expression

Plant part: Peel

Scent: Fresh, sweet, uplifting, orangey aroma

BB 2020

 

Aromatherapy: Ease stress and anxiety, calms angry and irritable children, improves digestion, promotes restful sleep

 

Skin/bodycare: Helps in reducing cellulite, relieves spasms.

 

Blends well with: Lavender, Neroli, Lemon, Clary sage, Myrrh, Frankincense, Nutmeg, Cinnamon bark and Clove bud.

Uses: In skin care applications, it can be helpful in toners and skin care products intended for oily skin. In household cleaning applications, Sweet Orange EO is becoming a common addition to help dissolving oil and grease.

Within holistic aromatherapy applications, Sweet Orange EO is an energizing oil that can simultaneously ease stress and anxiety.

Herbal folk tradition: In traditional Chinese medicine, the dried sweet orange peels are used to treat coughs, colds, anorexia and breast sores. Li Shizhen, China’s greatest naturalist of the Ming dynasty, says “The fruits of all the different species and varieties of citrus are considered by the Chinese to be cooling. If eaten in excess they are thought to increase the “phlegm”, and this is probably not advantageous to the health. The sweet varieties increase bronchial secretion,  and the sour promote expectoration. They all quench thirst, and are stomachic and carminative”.

Safety Considerations: Generally non-toxic (although ingestion of large amounts of orange peel has known to be fatal to children); non-irritant and non-sensitizing (although limonene has been found to cause dermatitis in a few individuals. Distilled orange oil is phototoxic; its use on skin should be avoided if there is a danger of exposure to direct sunlight. However, there is no evidence to show that expressed sweet orange oil is phototoxic although it too contains coumarins.

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Sweet Orange Ethereal Oil  (Essential Oil) – $7.50/$12.60

Botanical name: Citrus sinensis

Origin: Australia

Extraction: Cold expression

Plant part: Peel

Scent: Fresh, sweet, uplifting, orangey aroma

BB 2020

 

Aromatherapy: Ease stress and anxiety, calms angry and irritable children, improves digestion, promotes restful sleep

 

Skin/bodycare: Helps in reducing cellulite, relieves spasms.

 

Blends well with: Lavender, Neroli, Lemon, Clary sage, Myrrh, Frankincense, Nutmeg, Cinnamon bark and Clove bud.

Uses: In skin care applications, it can be helpful in toners and skin care products intended for oily skin. In household cleaning applications, Sweet Orange EO is becoming a common addition to help dissolving oil and grease.

Within holistic aromatherapy applications, Sweet Orange EO is an energizing oil that can simultaneously ease stress and anxiety.

Herbal folk tradition: In traditional Chinese medicine, the dried sweet orange peels are used to treat coughs, colds, anorexia and breast sores. Li Shizhen, China’s greatest naturalist of the Ming dynasty, says “The fruits of all the different species and varieties of citrus are considered by the Chinese to be cooling. If eaten in excess they are thought to increase the “phlegm”, and this is probably not advantageous to the health. The sweet varieties increase bronchial secretion,  and the sour promote expectoration. They all quench thirst, and are stomachic and carminative”.

Safety Considerations: Generally non-toxic (although ingestion of large amounts of orange peel has known to be fatal to children); non-irritant and non-sensitizing (although limonene has been found to cause dermatitis in a few individuals. Distilled orange oil is phototoxic; its use on skin should be avoided if there is a danger of exposure to direct sunlight. However, there is no evidence to show that expressed sweet orange oil is phototoxic although it too contains coumarins.

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Volume

10ml, 30ml

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