Orange Essential Oil in Herbal Medicine
Orange essential oil is cold pressed from orange peels. It takes one thousand oranges to make a pint of essential oil. Orange essential oil has a deliciously sweet scent that is light, tangy, and crisp.
The health benefits of Orange Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties as an
carminative, diuretic, tonic, sedative
and cholagogue substance
Orange essential oil is an exceptional oil for reducing the appearance of cellulite. Orange essential oil is a diuretic and is great for relieving fluid retention, it also softens the epidermis, stimulates blood circulation and lymph fluids and is very helpful in treating swollen tissue.
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Orange essential oil is warming and refreshing. It promotes a feeling of well-being, calms the nerves, relieves anxiety, and soothes the heart. It is antiseptic and antidepressant.
To treat insomnia, blend with lavender essential oil for extra strength and use in a warm bath before bed.
For the stomach and digestion, blend with peppermint and olive oil. Gently massage the abdomen is small circular motions. In the morning, add to a cool bath. It will bring instant refreshment to start the day.
Orange essential oil is good when treating depression. Blend with lavender essential oil and apply to the nose, neck, abdomen, and lower back.
Orange essential oil has mild aphrodisiac properties. Systematic and regular use can cure problems such as frigidity, erectile problems, impotence, loss of interest in sex, and decreased libido.
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How to Use Orange Essential Oil
For acne, blemishes, and to combat oily skin, wet a cotton ball and add 2 drops oil. Dab lightly on acne and blemishes, or gently rub off facial oils.
To fight against boredom and lethargy, use 2-3 drops in a diffuser.
For cellulite, mix 2-3 drops with 1 ounce of carrier oil and massage into affected area regularly.
To cool a fever or warm a chill, use in a compress: cold for a fever, hot for a chill. Can also use 8-10 drops in bath water, or add 2-3 drops in 10 drop of castor oil and use in a massage.
For colds, coughs, and flu, use 2-3 drops in a steam inhalation. Can also use 2-3 drops in a castor oil and rub on chest.
For constipation, add 2-3 drops to 10 drops of castor oil and massage into lower back area.
To inspire creativity, use 2-3 drops in a diffuser.
For chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, fear, mental exhaustion, nervous tension, and stress, use 2-3 drops in a diffuser or steam inhalation. Can also use 8-10 drops in bath water.
To alleviate fluid retention, use 2-3 drops in a castor oil and massage on lower abdomen and back. Can also be massaged on other affected areas.
For gingivitis and mouth ulcers, place 2-3 drops in a glass, add water and mix. Swish around mouth, spit out. Repeat as necessary.
For joint and muscle pain, use 2-3 drops in a castor oil and massage on affected area. Can also be used in a hot compress.
To reduce inflammation associated with eczema and psoriasis, use 2-3 drops in a carrier oil and massage on affected area.
To help alleviate stress brought on by seasonal affective disorder and premenstrual syndrome, use 2-3 drops in a diffuser. Can also use 8-10 drops in bath water.