What makes Sweet Orange essential oil a favorite in aromatherapy is its delightfully refreshing, cool and crisp aroma which brings a lot of positive health effects to the mind and body. It can even change one’s mood from somber to joyful. It’s usually used in diffuser to not only create a rejuvenating aura but also to deodorize the room.
Sweet orange oil is multi-purpose and can well adjust to just about any other essential oils. It has antidepressant and de-stressing properties that people who believe in traditional medicine really adore about it. It also has strong antioxidant given that oranges are known to have high levels of natural vitamin C.
When used in vaporizer, Sweet orange essential oil prevents stomach ache due to excessive gas accumulation. It can also relieve constipation and normalize bowel movement. Some studies also show that it can prevent malignant growths to form. When diffused, it emits an atmosphere of happiness and relaxation. But be mindful when you diffuse it with other people in the room. Some may have allergy with citrus. Otherwise, sweet orange essential oil is generally kid and adult-friendly.
It is also a very good astringent with antibacterial properties that can tighten skin pores, remove dark spots, minimize pimple scars, and relieve acne faster. For wound healing, sweet orange has properties that promote collagen production that can help in preventing gross scarring. It may also be used in softening corns and calluses on the feet to easily remove them.
Moreover, sweet orange oil when diluted is very good at removing grease and stains from just any surface. It would smell nice, too!
Here are a couple of DIY Sweet Orange essential oil recipes
To make an all-natural insect repellent for your garden, combine 4 drops sweet orange oil, 2 drops Roman chamomile oil, 2 drops lavender oil, and : 2 drops grapefruit oil. Place in a spray bottle and spray the mixture on the leaves of plants that are prone to be infested by parasites.
To make a massage oil, mix 4 drops sweet orange oil, 2 drops black pepper oil, 2 drops neroli oil, 8 drops plai oil, and 3 teaspoons jojoba oil.
Sweet Orange essential oil fuses well with vetiver, clary sage, sandalwood, rose oil, geranium, lavender, jasmine, and ylang-ylang, lime, bergamot, grapefruit, lemon, cinnamon, clove, and ginger.
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I purchased this to make soap with. I made over 100 bars of soap (used the entire bottle) and I was impressed how strong the smell was while the soap was curing. It has left the perfect about of orange in the bars. I'm so happy with this product.