Orange Essential Oil Uses
The latest oil I have added to my collection is Orange Essential Oil. Like all of the oils so far, I absolutely love it! It smells deliciously yummy! The day it arrived I immediately diffused it with a cinnamon and clove essential oil blend for a wonderful seasonal scent. And it was good for me!
This morning, I tried it along with Lemon Essential Oil in my water and loved it.
Here’s a bit more on Orange Essential Oil:
Orange (Citrus sinensis) essential oil has a rich, fruity scent that lifts the spirit while providing a calming influence on the body. Orange brings peace and happiness to the mind. It is rich in the powerful antioxidant d-limonene and aids in maintaining normal cellular regeneration.* Orange may also be used to enhance the flavor of food and water. Orange has an approximate ORAC of 18,898 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter.
If you’re wondering what other things you can do with Orange Essential Oil, here are a few amazing uses:
1. Wear it as a perfume! It has a wonderfully aromatic scent and may act as a mood lifter to help when you’re feeling down in the dumps.
2. As I did this morning, add it to you water for a very tasty beverage.
3. Use as a toner after cleansing for skin problems usually associated with the teenage years. However, be careful when you go out into the sun as Orange may cause photo sensitivity in skin.
4. Use with a carrier oil in massage to revive tired muscles.
5. Add it to your skincare routine along with Frankincense to revive a dull complexion.
6. Dilute with carrier oil to massage back and feet to relieve fatigue.
7. Use it in recipes and cook with it!
If you are interested in learning more about essential oils, please visit my other site. Also, if you decide you would like to get these oils at wholesale, or even start your own business helping people live a life of wellness, purpose and abundance, I give all my distributors an Essential Oil Pocket Reference book as well as an Essential Oil ebook on how to use the oils.
NOTE: Not all essential oils are safe for internal use. Please check the label and make sure there is supplement information on the bottle. If there is no supplement information, then it is NOT pure and NOT safe for internal consumption.
* Please note that the information contained on this website is my personal opinion, and should not be used as a substitute for medical advice and treatment. If you have medical concerns, please consult with a physician or other qualified health professional. The information about the health topics is for informational purposes only.
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