Certified organic sweet orange essential oil is very uplifting and creates a feeling of happiness, joy and helps with depression. Anti-cellulite properties when massaged.

Scientific Name Citrus Sinensis
Part of Plant Peel
Method of Extraction Cold Pressed
Country of Origin


Ingredients / Active Ingredients 100% Certified Organic Sweet Orange Essential Oil.

Characteristic & Properties  The orange is native to China but is now common in the United States and the Mediterranean region.  The oil is usually extracted by cold expression from the peel of the fruit. It is also possible to distill sweet orange oil however distilled orange oil is likely to oxide faster than cold pressed sweet orange oil.

Stress - sweet orange promotes joyful vigour. Assists mental relaxation in times of depression and sadness.

Alleviates coughs and colds - also aids digestion.

Anti-cellulite - an excellent massage blend for cellulite treatment.

Skin - helps to balance skin conditions, especially dull and oily skin.

Directions Multipurpose Liquid (1ml/1ml)

Massage: 4 drops to 10ml carrier oil
Bath: 5 drops
Vaporiser: 9-10 drops in a bowl of vaporizer

Not to be taken. Do not apply directly to skin. Keep out of reach of children.

User Guide / Precautions Always dilute orange essential oil in a carrier oil or lotion base before applying to the skin.

Storage Store below 30°C

Essential Oils for Aromatherapy:

From boosting the immune system to helping you relax, aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils to benefit us mentally, emotionally and physically.

Aromatherapy can be defined as the art and science of using aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonise and promote the health of body, mind and spirit.

Aromatherapy uses highly concentrated extracts from certain varieties of trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, roots and flowers. It is the most concentrated form of herbal energy available. Different oils affect us in different ways to stimulate, sedate or enliven the body.

How aromatherapy works: as scents are inhaled, the smell travels across the olfactory nerves located inside the nose and then up into the part of the brain that controls our moods, our memories and our ability to learn. This area is called the limbic system and when stimulated it releases endorphins, neurotransmitters and other 'feel-good' chemicals. Esentially what this means is that smells have a subtle way of effecting your mind and emotions.

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