How to Use
Add (3) three to (4) four drops of the essential oil to the diffuser of your choice
|Aroma||Fresh, citrus, bright|
|Odor Strength||Very high, medium strength|
|Evaporation||Top note fragrance|
|Blends Well With||Bergamot, vanilla, cinnamon bark, pink grapefruit, red mandarin, orange, sandalwood|
|Blend Name||Ingredients||Benefits||Amount of EO|
|Refreshing Citrus||Lemon EO, Grapefruit EO, Sweet Orange EO||Uplifts mood, energizing, refreshing||3 drops|
|Calming Oasis||Lemon EO, Lavender EO, Eucalyptus EO||Promotes relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety||2 drops|
|Cleanse and Clear||Lemon EO, Tea Tree EO, Peppermint EO||Purifying, clears the airways, supports respiratory health||3 drops|
|Immune Boost||Lemon EO, Frankincense EO, Rosemary EO||Stimulates the immune system, promotes mental clarity||3 drops|
|Tropical Breeze||Lemon EO, Ylang Ylang EO, Bergamot EO||Soothes the mind and body, uplifting, creates a tropical ambiance||2 drops|
To reduce skin sensitivity, dilute with It’s OdorlessFractionated Coconut Oil and apply one to two drops on the desired area.
1 drop Essential Oil to 1 drop of Fractionated OdorlessCoconut Oil
History, Science & Medical Uses
Lemon essential oil has been used for centuries as an ingredient in cosmetics, perfumes, and aromatherapy. Since ancient times, it has also been used to treat various ailments such as colds, infections, and digestive disturbances. Lemon essential oil is derived from the peel of the lemon fruit and contains a high concentration of vitamin C and antioxidants.
Ancient Egyptians were among the first to use lemon essential oil for medicinal purposes, with its popularity spreading quickly throughout Europe during the Middle Ages. In modern times, Lemon essential oil is widely used in homeopathic medicine due to its antibacterial properties.
Lemon Essential Oil has a variety of interesting medical uses. It is known to be an antioxidant, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory agent. Additionally, it can be used to fight fungal infections, improve digestion, reduce nausea and morning sickness, and even help with cold and flu symptoms. Lemon Essential Oil also has astringent properties that make it useful for treating skin issues such as acne or oily skin.
Finally, it can be used in aromatherapy to reduce stress and anxiety levels.
All of these potential medical benefits make Lemon Essential Oil an intriguing option for those looking to naturally treat various health issues or enhance their overall wellbeing.
Lemon essential oil contains several compounds that give it its unique aroma and many beneficial properties. Limonene is the major constituent of lemon essential oil, accounting for up to 90% of the total composition. Other compounds found in lemon essential oil include citral, geraniol, linalool, and β-pinene.
These molecules all contribute to the bright citrusy scent of lemon essential oil and work together synergistically to provide a range of therapeutic benefits such as antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and antidepressant properties. Lemon essential oil can be used topically or aromatically and is known for its energizing effects on both the mind and body.
CAS: 84929-31-7 ; 8008-56-8
Excerpt for Lemon
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Species: Citrus limonum
Extracted Part: Fruit Peel
|Chemical Name||% (w/w)|
Aspect @ 20ºc: Clear Mobile Liquid
Colour: Yellow to Greenish-Yellow
Odour: Fresh, Citric, Intense
Density At 20ºc (g/mL): 0,847 – 0,857
Refractive Index Nd20: 1,4700 – 1,4770
Flash Point (ºc): 42