Organic Orange Essential Oil


Sweet Orange essential oil, Citrus sinensis, is cold-pressed from the peels of the fruit. There is also a Bitter Orange essential oil (Citrus aurantium). While sweet orange oil smells like a sweet, fresh orange, bitter orange oil has a more woody and sour scent.

The folk remedies of the Mediterranean region as well as India, and China used Orange Oil to relieve colds, coughs, chronic fatigue, depression, flu, odors, poor circulation, and skin infections.

A great skin tonic, Orange oil helps stimulate microcirculation, helps diminish the appearance of pores and ease irritated skin conditions. The oil helps improve the appearance and texture of dull skin by promoting clarity, radiance, and smoothness. It has anti-bacterial, astringent, and cleansing properties and balances skin oil production to help with acne-prone skin.

When used in massage oil, Sweet Orange helps to increase blood flow which may ease the discomfort associated with inflammation and headaches. It is believed to also soothe both muscle and joint pain. 

In hair care, citrus oil helps balance the production of sebum. They refresh, invigorate, and cleanse the scalp.

Aromatherapy Properties: The scent of Sweet Orange Essential Oil has a cheerful and uplifting yet simultaneously relaxing and calming effect. It brightens and warms your mood, calms, eases anxiety, clears the head, increases mental alertness, improves memory, and reduces stress, anger, and sadness. Orange Oil can enhance the quality of sleep and help ease headaches. Citrus oils, in general, are believed to stimulate positive energy and thus cause feelings of joy and happiness. The lovely scent is a great choice for room sprays, diffusers, and potpourri. 

Often called the "sunshine scents," it is no surprise that the scent of citrus oils can help reduce feelings of anxiety and irritability and ease stress and depression.

Lemongrass essential oil, Cymbopogon flexuosus, has a wonderful, uplifting lemony scent that is steam distilled from a grass harvested in Guatemala. Lemongrass has long been used in Eastern medicine to treat muscular pain and stiffness. Its astringent properties make it useful in the treatment of acne, blemishes, and other skin inflammations. Lemongrass essential oil is particularly high in anti-bacterial, antiseptic, healing and soothing properties. Skin-soothing properties help cleanse your skin without the drying that overexcites the oil glands.

In hair care, lemongrass oil increases fullness and body and adds luster to dull hair. It may also be an effective treatment to combat hair loss and oily hair and scalp conditions. Some herbalists believe that lemongrass oil can strengthen the hair follicles, another benefit for those suffering from thinning or weak hair.

Aromatherapy Properties: There has been recent research in India that shows that lemongrass acts as a sedative on the central nervous system which helps relieve tension and promotes the sensation of being calm. The scent of Lemongrass is soothing, stimulating, and refreshing. Aromatherapists value lemongrass for its ability to both calm and revitalize, to relieve tension, invigorate, and inspire.

 

Pregnancy & Children: We do not provide information on the safety of essential oils during Pregnancy or for use in Children because the available information is very ambiguous and often contradictory. If you’re interested in using essential oils during pregnancy or with young children please do your own research and consult your doctor, midwife, or health care professional before use.

Precautions: If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, have a medical condition, or have any medical concerns regarding yourself or your family consult a qualified, licensed health professional prior to use. For external use only. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes. Keep out of reach of children.



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