Orange essential oil, it balances and improves the mood and provides energy. It is ideal in cases of anxiety disorder as well as depression as it has relaxing properties. It is used in natural skin care products as it contains d-limonene, which is an antioxidant and promotes cellular regeneration. It is ideal for mature and dry complexions. Orange essential oil is suitable to relieve hormonal balance and helps fight catarrh. It cleanses the air and eliminates the smell of food from the air. It is ideal to dissolve fats and remove sticky residue from stickers from glass surfaces.
To make soap use 30ml of Orange essential oil for every 500ml of fat.
To fight catarrh add 6-10 drops of essential oil to the ceramic diffuser. Alternatively, add 1-2 drops of essential oil to half a cup of water. Stir before gargling each mouthful and then spit out. Repeat up to three times a day.
To treat constipation and flatulence add 6-8 drops of essential oil to warm water and relax in the bathtub for at least 10 minutes.
To improve the mood and fight depression add 6-10 drops of essential oil to the ceramic diffuser. Alternatively, add 6-8 drops of essential oil to warm water and relax in the bathtub for at least 10 minutes. Alternatively, add 15 drops of essential oil to 50ml of carrier oil of your choice and massage gently.
To improve the appearance of your complexion and glowing skin add 7 drops of essential oil to 25ml of face oil of your choice and massage your face, neck, decollete and hands before going to sleep.
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