Neroli Essential Oil Properties (Citrus aurantium)
A soft, powdery, slightly spicy scent.
- 100% Pure, Concentrated, Undiluted
- Therapeutic Quality
- Distilled from Flower Blossoms
- Country of Origin: Tunisia
Neroli Essential Oil Packaged
Amber glass bottle with Euro dropper. Tamper proof safety seal. Shrink wrapped.
Background Information on Neroli Essential Oil
Neroli essential oil is one of the most important of the flower oils. Neroli was named in 1680 when the princess of Nerole perfumed her gloves and bathwater with the scent. Neroli is derived from the flower blossoms of the Bitter Orange tree, also called the Seville, or Bigarade Orange tree. The tree has an average height between 10 and 30 feet, with small white flowers and dull thorns that range from 1” to 3 1/8” in length. Although its natural habitat ranges through the Far East, India, and the Himalayas, man has carried its seed all over the world, planting it in almost all the subtropical regions where the tree flourishes.
Egyptian royalty used Neroli essential oil to heal the body, mind, and spirit. During the middle ages, it found use in combating the plague, diminishing fever, and calming the nerves due to its sedative properties.
Neroli Essential Oil Uses and Benefits
Neroli essential, when inhaled, is uplifting and a natural remedy that aids depressive moods. It helps with anxious emotions as it is a mild sedative. When used at night, neroli eases insomnia. Neroli essential oil can be used to calm hyperactive children. Emotionally, neroli essential oil helps one face fear and increases confidence.
Neroli essential oil has been known to aid and calm digestive issues such as colitis, diarrhea, dyspepsia, and intestinal spasm.* This oil has been traditionally used to help relieve menstrual discomfort.
Topically, neroli has been used to fade scars and blemishes. It helps restore healthy skin by keeping it elastic, encouraging the regeneration of cells, reducing the appearance of scars, preventing stretch marks, reducing acne, and also helps repair broken capillaries.
When used as a spray, neroli can help to get rid of foul odors, and is mixed into perfumes and colognes to provide a citric note. Diffused in a room by either a vaporizer, or sprayed as an air freshener, this magnificent oil destroys odor.
See our references at the bottom of this page for additional information.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.
Neroli Essential Oil Uses and Benefits / Blends
- Neroli essential oil blends well with benzoin, geranium, lavender, sandalwood, jasmine, rosemary, ylang-ylang and any citrus based essential oil. Mix with a carrier oil for topical applications.
- As a postpartum blend use 7 drops of lavender, 3 drops of neroli in 100 ml of carrier oil to help lower postpartum depression and anxiety.*
- To boost confidence, create a spray by mixing 20 drops of neroli and 20 drops of petitgrain oil in 8 ounces of water.
- For a stress buster body and massage oil, combine 4 drops neroli, 4 drops lavender, 4 drops orange, 4 drops petitgrain, and 4 fluid ounces of almond oil.
- To help fight the effects of aging skin, put a few drops of neroli essential oil in your favorite lotion and apply once to twice a day for stunning results.
- Use neroli in an aroma lamp, bath, inhaler, mist spray for relaxation and freshening the air.
Neroli Essential Oil Safety Tips
Neroli essential oil is mildly photosensitizing. Avoid sun exposure to area of application for at least twelve hours after topical application.
Neroli Essential Oil Reviews
”Good Product” – I. Espinal
”Really strong and of good quality.” – A. Lokach