Neroli is a very special oil and is often used for it’s pain management elements. We have 100% pure neroli essential oil available. For the more budget conscious we also offer a 10% Neroli EO in organic jojoba carrier oil.
Neroli – Citrus aurantium – has a refreshing and distinctive, spicy aroma with sweet and flowery notes. It is extracted from the flowers of the orange blossom tree. Neroli oil is often also extracted from the peal of the fruit. The leaves are used to produce petitgrain oils. I mostly use Neroli that is steam distilled from the beautiful small waxy white flower of the tree.
Neroli’s delicate blossoms need to be hand picked at just the right time to ensure successful extraction and top quality.
Neroli – Citrus aurantium – is popularly used:
To relieve agitated nerves and is a super soother of feelings of depression and grief. Studies have shown that sniffing this beautiful oil may actually reduce blood pressure as well as cortisol levels.
MENOPAUSAL WOMEN SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE THEIR NEROLI AT HAND.
In a 2014 study it was discovered that inhaling the Neroli essential oil fragrance showed significant improvement in sexual desire, lowered systolic blood pressure, tended to improve pulse rate and lower cortisol and balance estrogen concentrations. This study also indicates that inhaling Neroli oil helps relieve menopausal symptoms and improve the endocrine system.
Needless to say, I’m never without my Neroli.
When used in skin-care and hair products, neroli essential oil is thought to treat oily skin, reduce signs of aging, and diminish the appearance of scars and stretch marks.
It is often used to help digestion, good for panic attacks, aids insomnia, stress & PMS, menopausal problems, dermatitis, diarrhea, cardiac tonic, hysteria, nervous complaints.
Don’t use Neroli for if you have dermal irritation. Perform a skin test before use and/or consult a professional.
Neroli is widely used in perfume but can irritate the skin. Take care when using this neroli oil as it has a high content of aromatic terpenes. It is used in flavouring, and is a suspect in the recipe of Cola, but perfume is the biggy for Neroli.
The information on this blog is for educational and entertainment purposes only and should not be construed as advice, diagnosis or implied treatment. Please consult a professional should you experience discomfort or dis-ease.
** Please note that prices might change without prior notice due to the nature of obtaining them from far away places with different exchange rates.