Neroli – Citrus aurantium
Top – Middle
Intensely floral, sweet and citrus
Blends Well With
Neroli essential oil blends particularly well with all citrus oils. It also mixes well with the essential oils of Benzoin, Geranium, Lavender, Jasmine, Ylang-Ylang, Rosemary and Sandal Wood.
- Neroli was considered essential in helping combat the plague, relieving fever and banishing nervousness. The ancient Egyptian priests and priestesses used this oil to heal their bodies, minds, and spirits.
- Neroli oil is also widely used in the perfume and fragrance industry.
- Neroli helps with PMT and the menopause, due to its calming quality. However, it also promotes arousal and increases the libido, but it also helps to cure loss of interest in sex, frigidity, impotence and erectile dysfunctions. It has also been known to create romantic and sexual feelings.
- Promotes proper circulation, healthy metabolism and immune system support.
- It is used for cholera, typhoid, and food poisoning as well as certain skin conditions caused by bacteria. It helps prevent infection from coughs and colds. It also curbs the production of excess mucus making it easier to breathe and sleep.
- Has rejuvenating properties.
- Useful for all skin types especially dry or sensitive skin. Use with mandarin to help stretch marks. Neroli causes scars, spots and after-marks left by acne, boils, and pox to fade away.
- Vaporize to improve appetite and relieve indigestion, inflammation and stomach aches. Also lowers blood pressure. Use in a diffuser to give relief from spasmodic coughs, cramps, spasmodic aches and cholera. It also relaxes the muscles throughout the body
- Diluted to 2% or less in a carrier oil it gives relief from anxiety, distress, anger, depression, inflammations and irritations. In other words, it relaxes both the body and spirit.
Neroli helps with problems of emotional origin. It drives away sadness, invokes a feeling of joy and happiness while uplifting your overall mood
Avoid using Neroli when you need to concentrate on something due to its strong sedative nature. Neroli is recognised as a water hazard and it should not be disposed of near any waterway or where it may leach into wetlands, streams or rivers
Linalool, (+)-Limonene, Linalyl acetate, (E)-ß-Ocimene, α–Terpineol, ß-Pinene, Geranyl acetate, (E)-Nerolidol, Geraniol, (E,E)-Farnesol, Neryl acetate, ß-Myrcene, Sabinene, Nerol, (Z)-ß-Ocimene
- Essential oils can be powerful so to avoid all risks do not use during pregnancy.
- Keep away from clothing or articles which may be affected by oil-based products.
- Use sparingly and no more than 4 times per day.
- Gluten, peanut and dairy free. Non-GMO. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
- If you are using existing medication, please consult your doctor before using any complementary products and check for pharmaceutical interactions by accessing this page https://www.drugs.com/drug-interactions.html
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