DB49. Wild Orange Overview


Ingredients

Citrus sinensis

Water is essential for a healthy, fully functioning body. Add Wild Orange Essential Oil to your water for a burst of citrusy, flavor that is packed with antioxidants.

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Orange (Citrus sinensis)
Wild Orange Essential Oil


Cautions

Dilute for young or sensitive skin
Sensitive Skin
  • Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. 
  • Can cause photosensitivity. Avoid sunlight and UV rays for at least 12 hours after applying product topically.

DESCRIPTION

Wild Orange Essential Oil is cold pressed from the rinds (peels) of oranges. Its stimulating and purifying qualities promote overall health and make it an ideal oil for supporting healthy immune system function. Wild Orange provides multiple health benefits when used internally and an uplifting, energizing aroma when used aromatically.*

Uses

Primary Benefits

Can be used aromatically
Aromatic Use
  • Uplifts mood and energy levels
  • Freshens and purifies the air
  • Invigorating while studying
Can be used internally
Internal Use
  • Add to water for a burst of flavor
  • Add to water to promote overall health*
  • Supports digestion and cleanses the body
  • Used in the food industry as a natural flavoring in sweet and savory dishes
  • Supports the body’s natural cleansing mechanisms*
Can be used topically
Topical Use
  • Used in an all-purpose spray to cleanse and purify surfaces
  • Dispels fatigue and tension
  • Helpful while house cleaning
  • Removes gummy sticky, residues

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Published by

Ryan P. Desmond | BS, ISSA-CPT

Strategic leader with a knack for building powerfully, productive teams. Former US Army Medic, Certified Personal Trainer, Doctor of Chiropractic Student, & Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Hopeful. En route to becoming a Musculoskeletal Radiologist, I am on a mission to learn everything there is to know about muscles, bones, joints, and the nervous system, living a fitness lifestyle, and applying that knowledge to maximizing human potential. I would also love to see health care organizations implement that knowledge to eliminate chronic pain and disease.

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