Orange essential oil is one of my favorite winter essential oils! It is anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, *antispasmodic, antiseptic, aphrodesiatic, *carminative, diuretic, tonic, sedative, and a *cholagogic substance.
Many Uses For Orange Essential Oil:
- add orange flavor to beverages and desserts
- body lotions
- anti-aging creams
- wrinkle creams
- room fresheners
- fabric sprays
- food dishes
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Orange Essential Oil has a natural sedating effect that relieves coughs, convulsions, diarrhea, muscle cramps, anxiety, depression, anger and is a much better choice than narcotics or tranquilizers that in the long run would do much damage to your heart, lungs, liver, and other organs.
One of the best ways to get a great use of the multiple benefits of orange essential oil is to use it in your skin care products. Your skin is your biggest organ, and what’s absorbed by your skin is going to be either a harm or a benefit so it is up to you to make the best choices you can.
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Orange essential oil acting as a cholagogue promotes secretions from all appropriate glands including the exocrine and endocrine. It reduces inflammation and can reduce the irritation and pain. A orange essential oil based cream, salve, soap, massage oil would work beautifully for pregnant mothers, sore breasts, aching joints, menstrual cramps, and much more.
Many tend to overlook the aphrodisiatic properties in orange essential oil but systematic and regular use can cure problems such as loss of interest in sex, erectile problems, decreased libido and erectile problems.
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Research has suggested that citrus essential oils block mammary, skin, liver, lung, pancreas and lung cancers. Orange oil contains Monocyclic Monterpene, which is a powerful defender against oxidative stress. Monterpenes have been shown to be very effective chemo-preventative agents against tumor growth.
Orange oil was also found to have natural antibacterial properties and can inhibit the spread of salmonella bacteria which makes it a great kitchen cleaner. When Diluted, orange essential oil is a great way to clean counter tops, cutting boards, ad appliances. It leaves a sweet citrus smell and eliminates the need for bleach or other harmful products. It also makes a great household cleaner.
Orange oil is a wonderful scent to have in the home. Especially in soap and shampoos because it has a direct effect on the olfactory system of the brain that quickly evokes emotional responses. It also balances harmones and is uplifting and calming, making it a great scent for brightening your mind in the morning or calming your nerves after a long day.
It is also a skin saver as citrus fruits are known to provide high levels of Vitamin C that helps protect and heal the skin. Orange Essential Oil slows the rate of skin damage experienced from UV light exposure, pollution and toxicity. It is also very beneficial for fighting signs of aging like wrinkles and dark spots since it promotes the production of collagen.
Orange oil is also effective at fighting bacteria and inflammation of the skin that can lead to acne.
*cholagogic-a medicinal agent that promotes the discharge of bile from the system.
*carminative-herbs having carminative properties that helps to reduce flatulence and bloating. They are also beneficial to treating colic as well as for decreasing muscle pains, cramping and griping pains such as intestinal cramping. Some carminative herbs increase bile flow.
*antispasmodic-soothes muscle spasms; used for muscle relaxation, especially in tubular organs of the gastrointestinal tract. The effect is to prevent spasms of the stomach, intestine or urinary bladder. Antispasmodic medicines are used to treat symptoms such as tummy pain and cramps (spasms). They are most used for symptoms of IBS
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