Blood Orange essential oil 100% Therapeutic Grade
Citrus sinensis tree native to Sicily
Antispasmodic: As an anti-spasmodic this product can assist in combating such symptoms as coughing, convulsions, muscle cramps and diarrhea
Sedative: It alleviates anxiety, anger, depression and certain bodily inflammations.
Aphrodisiac: has mild aphrodisiac properties. Systematic and regular use can cure problems such as frigidity, erectile problems, impotence, loss of interest in sex, and decreased libido.
Anti-inflammatory: provides quick and effective relief from inflammation, whether internal or external also it can reduce the irritation and knee pain .
Cholagogue: It promotes secretions from all appropriate glands, including the exocrine and endocrine. Therefore, it is frequently used to promote menstruation, lactation, digestive juices, bile, hormones and enzymes.
Antiseptic: it will promote urine production which in effect flushes harmful toxins out of the body –can help people avoid both septic, fungal infections and tetanus as they inhibit microbial growth and disinfect the wounds.
Antidepressant: The very smell of orange essential oil reminds you of happy moments and brings pleasant thoughts to mind.
Diuretic: rids your body of excess gas, and excess toxins.
Tonic: increases immunity, fights constipation and dyspepsia and acts as a good skin conditioner where it is effective in treating acne and dermatitis.
Carminative: Being a carminative means being an agent that helps in the removal of excess gas from the intestines.
Alzheimer’s disease: Study suggests that aromatherapy using orange essential oil may aid in improving cognitive function, especially in AD patients.
Insecticide: Research suggests that orange essential oil is effective against larvae and pupae of housefly and may help in elimination of houseflies.
Blends: well with lavender, lemon, clary sage, myrrh, nutmeg and clove bud.
Cautions: Citrus oils, as a group, are generally considered to be phototoxic. However, not all citrus essential oils are phototoxic, and the method of extraction can play a part for some oils. For example, Sweet Orange and Blood Orange essential oils are not phototoxic.
Cautions: Blood Orange tastes bitter and if ingested in large quantities, it may result in vomiting, nausea, and loss of appetite.
Pregnant women and breast-feeding mothers should avoid using this product without prior consultation with a medical professional.
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