Oil Summary: Bitter orange is a middle man between sweet orange and bitter grapefruit. Orange bitter essential oil combats colds, dull skin, slow digestion and even stress. Therefore, you get many health benefits as well as a bitter-sweet aroma in one package. It is the perfect combination! Open your hands and your mind to a better lifestyle. Using this oil can keep you calm during the day, and keep your body strong all through the night. (and day!) Add orange bitter to your essential oil cabinet and reap the rewards. This oil has for long been recommended for people with poor immunity. HIV/AIDS patients are always advised to consume this type of essential oil since it can work well towards improving their immune system. In 2003, an in-depth research was done whereby Limonene was fed to mice. After a few months, the tests indicated a remarkable increase in white blood cells. The conclusion was that orange essential oil has the capacity to raise your immunity. Studies have confirmed beyond reasonable doubt that orange oil has the ability to control and even completely cure bacterial infections. In one of the tests done two decades ago, orange essential oil was put to test with other oils. It was confirmed that out of all the oils, orange had the capacity to treat over 22 types of bacterial infections.
Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium
Processing Method: Cold Pressed
Plant Part: Resin Citrus Rind (Peel)
Odor and Color: A pale yellow or yellowish brown liquid with the characteristic aromatic odor of the Seville orange and an aromatic, somewhat bitter, taste.
Contraindication: Do not feature any abnormal effect. The chemical volume may vary depending on the origin of certain oranges. However, this does not alter the medicinal capacity of orange essential oil. All orange essential oil come with common elements. But in some cases, it is recommended that you only consume this type of essential oil under strict instructions from a doctor.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*