Orange oil – The fresh smell of Oranges
100% pure Sweet orange essential Oil (Citrus sinesis)
Sweet Orange is believed to be brought to Europe by the Arabs in the First century. Orange oil is made from the orange peel.
Orange oil uses:
Oily Skin (Use diluted): Astringent, Toning
Muscle Relaxant (Use diluted): Ease cramps, Reduce the ache of muscles after exercise or injury.
Calming: Combine with lavender or neroli for a calming sleep blend (few drops on the pillow), Diffuse to help calm excited children
Baths: add 5-8 drops to bath
Massages: add 2-3 drops of essential oils to 15ml (1 tablespoonful) of carrier oil
Vaporisation: add 2-4 drops of essential oils to a burner.
Scent: Characteristic sweet orange citrus odor.
Extraction Method: Cold-pressed of the ripe orange peel.
Country of Origin: Australia.
Colour: Yellowish orange to dark orange
Caution: Use only diluted, external use only.
If you want to make yourself Thieves oil or at least something similar now you can:
2 parts rosemary oil
4 parts French lavender oil
3 parts lemon eucalyptus oil
3 parts peppermint oil
3 parts orange oil
3 parts clove oil
This mix is used for cleaning and disinfecting.
There’s a legend that says 4 French thieves long time ago have used this oil when stealing from the dead in order to not get sick. It is not clear if the story is true or made up by an essential oils company. Nice story anyway, helps you remember that this blend is antiseptic and good for cleaning.
A more detailed explanation and more you can find here.
You can also use orange oil for gardening and pest control. This American nice guy explains how in this video:
100% pure, best value therapeutic grade essential oil suitable for use by therapists and in making cosmetics, candles and soaps as well as for use in the home e.g. in oils burners, diffusers, saunas, adding to the bath etc.
Bottle Carries Batch Number and Best Before Date
External use only.
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