Bitter Orange Organic Essential Oil
Benefits & How To Use
Bitter Orange Organic Citrus aurantium amara (2510)
Bitter Orange has a fresh, slightly sweet aroma. An antiseptic and strong support for the digestive and respiratory systems, it also has a softening, regenerative effect on the skin, and in fact is good for all skin types. Its detoxifying properties make it a must for cellulite. In the diffuser, it can add cheer to a room, and can be used in a child’s playroom or before sleep to promote a restful night. It has an uplifting effect on the psyche, and promotes mental clarity. Blend this lovely oil with Clove or Cinnamon in a diffuser to create a warm, spicy, wintery atmosphere.
This is a certified organic pure therapeutic-quality aromatherapy essential oil from Egypt, and is obtained from the peel.
About Bitter Orange Organic
- Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium amara
- Plant Family: Rutaceae
- Production: Expressed
- Cultivation: Certified organic from wild growing plants
- Country of Origin: Egypt
- Part of Plant: Peel
- Fragrance Family: Citrus
- Special Precautions: Do not use on the skin before exposure to sunlight.
- Major Compounds: Limonene, Myrcene, Sabinene, Octanal, Decanal, Nonal, Linalyl acetate
- Item no: 2510
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