Why should I add Wild Orange Oil to my collection? Like most citrus oils, wild orange oil contains limonene, a chemical component that is effective as a surface cleanser. However, it is distinguished by its high monoterpene content, which gives it a particularly stimulating and refreshing aroma and fortifying taste.
Add one drop of wild orange essential oil to your toothbrush to enhance your daily oral hygiene routine.
Mix two drops of Wild Orange Essential Oil with fractionated coconut oil in a full body massage for a refreshing aroma. (Avoid UV rays for up to 12 hours after the massage).
Place a drop of Wild Orange Oil, Peppermint Oil and Frankincense Oil on palms and breathe deeply for an energizing aroma.
Add a drop of wild orange oil to your water for extra flavor.
Add a drop of Wild Orange to your favorite recipes for a refreshing taste or to replace orange peel.
Mix ten drops of Wild Orange Oil in a spray bottle filled with water to clean surfaces around the house.
Place two to three drops of Wild Orange Oil in an air vent to purify the air and remove unwanted odors from your home.
Aromatic Use: Place three to four drops in the diffuser of your choice.
Internal use: Dilute one drop in 120 ml of liquid.
Topical Use: Apply one or two drops to desired areas. Dilute in a carrier oil as needed to prevent skin irritation.
May not be suitable for sensitive skin. Keep out of reach of children. Pregnant or nursing women and persons under medical supervision should consult a physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inside ears and sensitive areas. Avoid sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after application.
Gives a refreshing taste to water or recipes
Has a refreshing and comforting aroma
Cleans surfaces and improves the smell of the home
Sweet, fresh, citrus notes
Cold pressing and expression