DescriptionBotanical Name: Citrus aurantifolia
Available Sizes: 1 ml
Part of Plant: blossoms
Major Biochemical Compounds: Linalool, Limonene, beta-Pinene, trans-beta-Ocimene, Linalyl acetate
Common Uses: Used to balance blood pressure and ease heart palpitations. Helps to regulate heart beat and circulation.
Emotional/Psychological Uses: Neroli is one of the best oils for grief, sadness, depression and anxiety. It has a long traditional use in meditation and is thought to instil peace and a connection with the higher nature of oneself. An artist's oil, neroli increases aesthetic appreciation.
Cosmetic/Skin Uses: Beautiful oil for the skin, useful for mature, devitalized skin, thread veins, scars, stretch marks
Blends Well With: Rose, Jasmine, Narcissus, Melissa, Mimosa, Sandalwood, Frankincense, Black Pepper, Bergamot
Inside Info: Make a rejuvenating facial serum with Neroli, Frankincense and Helichrysum.
Best Ways to Use (see 'Methods of Use'): Bath, massage, inhalant and lotion/cream