The refreshing, sweet scent of Wild Orange makes it a popular choice for aromatic and topical use, while its citrusy, zingy flavour adds a punch to any beverage, appetizer, or entrée.
Wild orange uses and benefits
Need to study?
Diffuse this blend to get your neurological processes firing on all cylinders:
2 drops Wild Orange
2 drops Lemon
2 drops Peppermint
2 drops Rosemary
Fun fact: Originating from Southeast Asia, oranges have been grown for centuries. In many cultures, orange trees are known as a symbol of love and marriage.
Citrus sinensis is an evergreen tree, also commonly referred to as the Sweet Orange tree. As the name suggests, the tree bears sweet fruit that has many uses—juices, marmalades or jellies, and flavoring for sweets and baked goods. dōTERRA Wild Orange is cold pressed from the rind of the fruit and sourced from the Dominican Republic.
Chemistry of Wild Orange essential oil
Main Chemical Components: Limonene
Limonene is a monoterpene known for its cleansing properties as well as its stimulating and enhancing effects on mood when used aromatically.
Oils that blend well with wild orange
Wild Orange blends well with many other essential oils, including Peppermint, Spearmint, or Siberian Fir. To recreate the scents of autumn, try blending Wild Orange with warm, spicy essential oils like Cinnamon, Clove, Frankincense, or Cedarwood and when you are ready to invite the scents of spring into your home, blend Wild Orange with citrus and floral oils like Lime, Lemon, Grapefruit, Ylang Ylang, Bergamot and Citrus Bliss®.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. Avoid sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after applying product topically. Can be safely used in wash-in, wash-off products like soaps, shampoos and body scrubs.
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