Orange sweet organic 10 ml
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Essential Oil Orange - Citrus aurantium var. sweet
is obtained by cold pressing the outer skin of the fruit. On the way to Valencia Orange (Citrus sinensis/Citrus aurantium var. sweet) belongs to the rue family (Rutaceae). In northern Germany, the term orange is also common. The orange is a hybrid of the grapefruit (Citrus maxima) and the tangerine (Citrus reticulata) and probably originated in southern China. Today's distribution areas are the Mediterranean region, Brazil and the West Indies. The orange is an evergreen tree that can grow up to 10 m tall. The tree develops white, strongly fragrant flowers, from which the round fruits develop.
if room scent Orange peel essential oil can help with nervous tension, stress and feelings of anxiety. In general, it helps to relax and lighten one's mood with a sense of spaciousness and slightly stimulating.
In the aromatherapy Essential orange oil is often used as an additive in massage oils or as an oil bath and is said to have a positive effect on digestive problems, lack of appetite, nausea, bronchitis, colds, flu, palpitations, chills and stress-related complaints. The following properties are attributed to essential orange peel oil in specialist literature: strong antiseptic, antispasmodic (spasmolytic), digestive (carminative), anti-inflammatory and astringent (cellulite).
Orange essential oil is used in perfumery and Cosmetics used very often. It provides fragrance components for citrus, chypre and fougere fragrances. It is also a component of cologne and is used in many hair care products. It is often added to soaps and detergents (caution: intensive use can dissolve plastic surfaces!)
Please note that essential oils are concentrates that may only be used diluted, as well as the information under "Application".
Characteristics of Sweet Organic Orange Essential Oil
The oil is a mobile, yellow to yellow-brownish liquid. It has a fruity-fresh scent, with characteristic citrus notes. Orange oil is one of the top notes in terms of length of stay, intensity and effect.
The essential orange oil dissolves with turbidity in alcohol (1:8, ethanol 90%), vegetable oils and other essential oils. It is almost insoluble in water.
The natural components of the all-natural essential oil include
Limonene (95%), Citral (Neral and Geranial), Octanal and Decanal in lower concentrations.
Contents: 10 ml 100% natural essential oil - 1 ml corresponds to approx. 20 drops
Put 5-8 drops of essential oil in the bowl filled with water in the aroma lamp or wet the aroma stone directly with it. In combination with other essential oils, reduce the amount as desired.
Soothing fragrance blend:
3-4 drops of orange oil, 3-4 drops of lemon eucalyptus and 2-3 drops of rose geranium.
Fragrance mixture at Christmas time or when traveling (homesickness):
3-4 drops of orange oil, 3-4 drops of grapefruit oil, 2 drops of silver fir oil.
Storage: Store away from light at temperatures of 15 to 22 °C and out of the reach of children. The bottle has a childproof cap and vertical dropper. To dose the essential oil, hold the bottle upside down so that you can count the individual drops. Depending on the consistency of the oil, it may take some time after opening for the first time until the first drops can be seen.
Note the hazard warnings on the label.
Caution: Essential oils are concentrates that may only be used diluted! The main ingredient limonene is applied to the skin or classified as a health risk when ingested. Citral has allergenic potential. Orange peel oil contains furocuomarin derivatives (e.g. B. Bergapten) can hardly be detected. These have weak photosensitizing and phototoxic properties. Under the influence of UV light (including sunlight), skin irritations can occur in sensitive people, e.g. pigment spots appear.
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