Sweet Orange is an evergreen tree that grows up to a height of 26 feet. It belongs to the Rutaceae family of the plant kingdom and it native to Southeast Asia. The tree bears white flowers and sweet and round shaped fruits. The sweet fruits are rich in potassium, thiamin, magnesium, Vitamin C, calcium, and liminoids. The fruit's orange peels are cold pressed to extract the Sweet Orange Essential Oil. The extracted liquid has a runny consistency and has sweet citrusy like aroma.
|Product Name||:||Sweet Orange Essential Oil|
|Scientific Name||:||Citrus Sinensis|
|Country of Origin||:||Brazil|
|Colour||:||Color is between yellow and orange|
|Extraction Method||:||Cold Pressing|
|Components||:||Neral, Sabinene, Linalool, and Myrcene|
|Solubility||:||It is soluble in alcohol and oils|
Oranges are among the oldest fruits cultivated in history. The fruit was traded between the Middle East and Africa. In the 15th century, some Portuguese travelers introduced the fruit to Europe. Sweet Oranges came to England in the 16th century.
Sweet Orange Essential Oil can be used in a number of ways. Few drops of the oil can be applied on the palm and can be inhaled for relaxation. It can also be used to wash clothes and bed sheets. Blend this oil with Peppermint oil and use it as a room freshener.
Sweet Orange Essential Oil can be used to treat spasms, muscle pains, and diarrhea. It can also be used to cure heartburns, excess gas, and chest pains. The oil can promote digestion and cure stomach related problems. The oil can also be used as an antiseptic liquid to clean wounds and cuts.
Sweet Orange Essential Oil can be blended with Clove Coriander Seed, Neroli, and Bergamot.