Sweet Orange, Citrus sinesis
100% Pure Therapeutic Essential Oil
Usage: Ages 6m+, For topical use for ages 6m-2years dilute at a rate of 0.5%, for ages 2-10 dilute at a rate of 1-3%, for ages 10+ dilute at a rate of 3-5%
Diffuser Usage: Diffuse the recommended amount according to your diffuser's manufacturer for 15-30 minutes intervals as needed.
Shelf Life: Up to 2 years when stored correctly
Plant Part: Fruit Peel
Processing Method: Cold Pressed
Description / Color / Consistency: A thin, yellowish orange to golden brown liquid.
Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma: A middle note with a medium aroma, Orange Essential Oil has a sweet, citrus smell like the orange peels from which it is derived, but more intense and concentrated.
Blends With: Lavender, Bergamot, Lemon, Clary Sage, Myrrh,Sandalwood, Nutmeg, Cinnamon Bark and Clove Bud.
Product Abstract: Orange is derived from an evergreen tree. It is smaller than the bitter orange tree, and less hardy with fewer or no spines. The fruit itself has a sweet pulp with no bitter membrane. This is from the first pressing, so differs from the regular Orange Sweet Essential Oil in that it offers a finer quality for aromatherapy. It is believed that sweet orange was brought to Europe by the Arabs in the First century along with the bitter orange.
Caution: Essential Oils are concentrated essences from plants, and should always be diluted before application to the skin to avoid irritation. We do not promote or encourage the use of Essential Oils internally but more for their aromatic and topical benefits. Ensure that you are aware of the contraindications of the oils that you are using and consult with your doctor or a certified aromatherapist if you have health concerns or questions.
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