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Orange (Wild) Essential Oil

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Wild Orange is closely related to Sweet Orange. They share the same chemical constituents and therapeutic properties. The main difference between the two is that Wild Orange will have a slightly more greener scent than Sweet Orange.

Name of Oil:  Wild Orange

Latin Binomial:  Citrus sinensis

Extraction Method:  Cold pressed

Countries of Origin:  Israel, Brazil, North America, Australia, West Indies

Scent Profile: Citrusy, fresh, sweet,

Parts used in distillation: Citrus rind

Oil Characteristics:  Greenish-orange, thin, top note, medium to strong aroma

Cultivation:  Wild Harvest
Applications

Used in aromatherapy for the symptomatic relief of:

helps children sleep, children’s upset stomachs, settle digestive system, eases digestive spasm, relieve digestive cramps, constipation, flatulence, irritable bowel, diarrhea, improve flow of bile, improve metabolism of fats, stimulate lymph fluids, cellulite, sedative, antidepressant, anxiety, nervousness, insomnia, dry skin, irritated skin, acne-prone skin, aging skin and rough/calloused skin.

Used in aromatherapy to help ease emotional symptoms of:

Reduce self-doubt, reduce fears of the unknown and allows one to take on new challenges.

HIstory

Therapeutic properties were first recognized in ancient China where it was used for coughs, cols, and anorexia.Used extensively in the food and beverage industry

Chemical Constituents

a-pinene, myrcene, linalool, limonene, neral, citronellal, decanal, geranial

Safety & References

Safety Data:

Non-toxic, non-irritating, non-sensitizing; not considered to be phototoxic

Books Cited

The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, 2nd Edition – Salvatore Battaglia

Essential Oil Safety , 2nd Edition – Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young 


The Complete Book of Essential Oils &Aromatherapy – Valerie Wormwood

Aromatherapeutic Blending – Jennifer Peace Rhind

The Fragrant Mind – Valerie Wormwood

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