Orange Essential Oil

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• Orange -10mls & 20mls

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Sweet Orange

Country of Origin: USA

Part Used: Peel

Method of Extraction: Cold Pressed

Blends well with: Black pepper, chamomile, clove, frankincense, geranium, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, lemon, lime, neroli, patchouli, pine, rose, rosemary, spearmint, vetiver, ylang ylang

Main areas of use: Anxieties, stress, depression, digestive issues, fluid retention, cellulite, insomnia, recuperation

Orange – derived from the Sanskrit word for fruit – naranj. Native to China & a symbol for “good luck & prosperity”. Bought to Europe from China by the Portuguese in 1520. Gaining a reputation in the 18th Century for alleviating nervous disorders, heart problems, colic, asthma & melancholy. Traditional Chinese Medicine uses orange to alleviate stagnant energy in the liver, which they associate with excess stress and tension. It has many actions including: Anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, anti-septic, anti-bacterial, anti-spasmodic, aphrodisiac, carminative (calming to the digestive system), insect repellent & sedative.

Orange essential oil has been shown to help with many health conditions including the following: acid reflux, anxieties, colds, flu, coughs, constipation, depression, oedema, eczema, cellulite, elimination of toxins, lymphatic stimulation, soothing to sore gums (check out our citrus toothpowder), muscle cramps, lower high blood pressure, normalise heart rate, reducing excessive palpitations (panic attacks), relieving muscle pain, improving oily skin (acne), dry skin, decreasing stress, withdrawal & worry. It promotes a sense of calmness, especially with overactive children/adults. Relieves excessive fluid build up, helps with the formation of collagen which repairs & strengthens body tissues & helps you to approach life in a more relaxed manner.

Use as part of a christmas essential oil blend.


Ingredients: 100% Citrus sinensis Essential Oil.


Available in 10ml and 20ml amber glass bottles.

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