$1.00 – $11.00
Cold Pressed | Peels | Italy
When you peel a blood orange, its pungent, tangy scent will fill a room. The beauty of our Blood Orange Essential Oil is that you can enjoy that same delicious aroma without having to get orange pulp under your fingernails!
Common Name: Blood Orange
Botanical Name: Citrus sinensis
Botanical Family: Rutaceae
Country of Origin: Italy
Cultivation Method: Unsprayed
Method of Extraction: Cold Pressed
Plant Parts: Fresh Fruit Rind
Chemical Families: Monoterpenes
Note Classification: Top
Aromatic Description: Citrus, Fresh, Fruity, Sweet
Blends Well With: Lavender, Citrus Oils, Clary Sage, Myrrh and spice oils such as Nutmeg, Cinnamon Leaf and Clove
Suggested Shelf Life: 2-3 years
Therapeutic Properties: Antianxiety, Antibacterial, Antidepressant, Anti-inflammatory, Antimicrobial, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Antiviral, Carminative, Digestive Stimulant, Digestive Tonic, Disinfectant, Immune Support, Lymphatic Support, Sedative, Stimulant, Stomachic
Safety Considerations: Possibly phototoxic. Avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds for 12-24 hours after applying Blood Orange topically. Do NOT apply Blood Orange undiluted to the skin or in a bath. Serious burning and/or damage may occur if Blood Orange is used on the skin and then exposed to sunlight and tanning beds. It may be used safely on the skin with no phototoxic effect in a carrier oil at a max dilution of 1%. Oxidized citrus oils have an increased potential for skin irritation.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided by Little Brown Sparrow Co. is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose any disease or condition; nor is it intended to prescribe in any way.
To avoid the risk of sensitization or reaction, never use any essential oil undiluted. Do not take essential oils internally unless working closely with a qualified and expert practitioner. Keep out of a child’s reach, and away from pets. If applying an essential oil topically, always perform a small patch test to a less sensitive part of the body after you have properly diluted the oil in a carrier oil.