“Citrus sinensis” is the clinical term for wild orange essential oil. Why should you choose the wild version over the regular one when using this oil in your aromatherapy practice? Because it delivers stronger benefits and is used to treat a longer list of mental and physical issues than “regular” orange oil.
First off, take a look at some of the properties wild orange essential oil boasts:
While it is usually used to treat digestive problems or for immunity system support, wild orange essential oil is excellent for promoting skin health. Be forewarned, this powerful oil must be used carefully when applied directly to your skin. This versatile aromatherapeutic is known as an “oil of abundance”, since it allows you to see great possibilities in yourself and your surroundings.
If you are frequently anxious, wild orange essential oil can calm you down quickly. It works on your nervous system and your brain, with just one drop rubbed into your hands and held to your nose effectively calming you in times of stress.
Applied to your lower stomach daily this multitalented oil ensures you always have high levels of confidence. Combined with coconut oil, wild orange essential oil can fight constipation, and a single drop added to a glass of water helps regulate a healthy digestive system.
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