Orange Oil Uses

orange oil uses

orange oil uses

Citrus oils are one of the most overlooked oils…yet orange oil uses are limitless.

But first let’s talk about citrus oils in general.

So what are the citrus oils? They are extracts of  mandarins, oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes, and tangerines. The essential oils are extracted from the skin of the fruit…the part of the fruit we tend to throw away!

Orange oil uses are key components in any citrus oils blends!

Before we look at some of the uses and benefits of citrus oils and specifically orange oil uses, a couple of pointers.

Aside from grapefruit, these oils are photo-sensitive, which means they’re sensitive to sunlight. So,don’t apply them to your skin if you’re going to be outdoors within 24 hours after application. As always, when you head outdoors, make sure you’ve covered up the area of skin on which you’ve applied the oil and be sure to wear your sunscreen.

Orange oil uses are gentle otherwise, and include many varieties of ways to include them in your daily life!

Orange oil uses specifics:

Blends with: Lavender, neroli, cinnamon bark, clove, nutmeg and other citrus oils
Scent: Very sweet, citrusy, fruity

A useful oil for pregnant women. When combined with either jasmine, lavender, sandalwood or frankincense, it can assist with stretch marks. In fact it’s useful for a number of skin problems like oily skin, scars and spots. Also useful for indigestion, hiccups, dyspepsia and fluid retention. As it’s quite gentle, it’s suitable for children. It’s fragrance is also refreshing and uplifting. It also has anti-stress properties.

Orange (Citrus sinensis)
Blends with: Cinnamon bark, frankincense, geranium, juniper, lavender, nutmeg and rosewood.
Scent: Fresh, citrusy, fruity, sweet.

This is a great oil to diffuse in a room where children play as the fragrance promotes joy and happiness. Kids love the orange smell. But hey, don’t stop there, it’s good for the “big kids” as well. It can relax you and lift your spirits. Orange oil has anti-tumoral and anti-coagulant properties. In addition, it has been known to help stimulate the circulatory system. It’s been used to assist people with fluid retention and dull and oily complexions, and to purify water.

Disclaimer: Please remember that anything discussed here does not constitute medical advice and cannot substitute for appropriate medical care. Where essential oils are mentioned, it’s recommended you use only pure  essential oils and follow the safety directions of the manufacturer. (

As you can see the orange oil uses offer a wide range of benefits! Refreshing, uplifting, invigorating…doesn’t it just sound like you’d like to be diffusing some today!? 🙂

I know I love to clean with natural orange cleaner, because the scent makes my whole house feel clean, fresh, and energized! Diffusing orange oils would add another layer of quality to our air!

If you’d like to try these orange oil uses, Orange Oil Uses: With a blend of invigorating spearmint and a fresh burst of citrus—including notes of tangy grapefruit, zesty lemon, and the sweetness of orange, tangerine, and mandarin—you’ll be positively energized with just one whiff!

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