Neroli oil is extracted from the flowers of Citrus aurantium var. amara (also known as Citrus vulgaris and C. Bigardia) of the Rutaceae family and is also known as orange flower and Neroli bigarade. As with lavender, this essential oil is one of the most popular essential oils, as it not only has great therapeutic properties, but also has the most incredible smell. It has a greatly relaxing effect on the body and mind, relieving Muscle Spasms
, calming Heart
palpitations and has a wonderful Rejuvenat
ing and regenerative effect on the Skin
, helping to prevent ugly Scarring
and fighting Stretch marks
Neroli oil is non-toxic, non-sensitizing, non-irritant and non-phototoxic yet must be used sparingly when a sharp clear head is needed, as it can be very relaxing.
The therapeutic properties of Neroli oil are Antidepressant
, anti-infectant, Antispasmodic
, cordial, Deodorant
Neroli oil is very relaxing and can relieve chronic Anxiety
, fear, shock and Stress
and its calming effect can also be beneficial to the Digestive
tract. It can be used for intestinal Spasms
It helps Insomnia
, and as one of the essential oils with the most Sedative
effects is useful for treating Depression
and shock and is also effective in calming Heart
palpitations, treating Headache
. It can help when a patient is convalescing and is a good general Tonic
On the Skin
, neroli oil can help to regenerate Skin
cells and is a Rejuvenat
ing oil useful to prevent ugly scar tissue,promote a smoother Skin
, fighting Stretch marks
and broken capillaries.
As vapor therapy, neroli oil is useful for Insomnia
, as well as Anxiety
As a blended massage oil or diluted in the bath it helps with Insomnia
upsets and Diarrhea
and for boosting the Skin
When used in a cream or lotion is not only fights Stretch marks
and broken capillaries on the Skin
, but also prevents
. Its action of stimulating cell growth and cellular activity helps it to Rejuvenat
e and regenerate the Skin
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Melissa infused Jojoba Oil - Melissa (Lemon Balm) relaxes Muscle
s.Recent evidence suggest that it has a Sedative
action on the Nervous
system. Jojoba Oil resembles the sebum the body naturally produces to keep the Skin
moist. It contains vitamins E and B.
Frankincense Oil - helps in relieving Stress
, reducing Pain
Neroli Oil - is very relaxing and can relieve chronic Anxiety
, fear, shock and Stress
Lavender Oil - slows the activity of the Nervous
system, improves sleep and improves Relaxation
Shea Butter - Raw shea butter contains vitamins A and E, which are well-known for their beneficial properties that promote healthy Skin
and reduce the signs of aging. It is also a rich source of fat
s which are essential in nourishing the Skin
as well as reducing Inflammation
Vitamin E - regulates vitamin A which is important for healthy Skin
. It is a powerful Antioxidant
which reduces or prevents sun damage.
Benefits Of Neroli Essential Oil
therapy: A Complete Guide to the Healing Art: Neroli may help reduce Muscle Pain
, high Blood Pressure
, and inDigestion
. In Skin
care, the essential oil is good for all Skin
types and may help reduce Scars
and Varicose veins
. The oil can help counter emotional shock, mental confusion, Nervous
strain, anger, Anxiety
, fear, and lack of confidence.
therapy for Dummies: Neroli may help with Circulation
problems, especially relieving Hemorrhoids
and reducing Blood Pressure
. The oll also helps relieve Depression
and acts as an Aphrodisiac
therapy: Neroli is popular in natural perfumes. In Skin
care, the essential oil is useful for daily Skin
ing damaged Skin
, soothing Skin
irritation, and calming Inflammation
. The oil also soothes sore Muscle
s, provides emotional comfort, and helps you feel centered and relaxed.
The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aroma
therapy: Use neroli for Insomnia
, abdominal spasm, intestinal cramp, Stress
and related conditions, scar tissue, Skin Regeneration
, Stretch marks
, tension, and emotional exhaustion.
The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (updated edition): In Skin
care, neroli tones the complexion and is helpful for Scars
, Stretch marks
, mature and Sensitive Skin
, and Wrinkles
. The essential oil may help improve Circulation
and relieve Flatulence
. The oil also helps relieve Anxiety
tension, shock, and Stress
therapy For Healing the Spirit: In Traditional Chinese Medicine neroli uplifts the spirit, clears heat, relaxes Nerve
s. The oil is especially useful for hot, agitated conditions of the Heart
involving restlessness, Insomnia
, and palpitations. Helps reduce high Blood Pressure
. Eases Anxiety
, Nervous Depression
, and mental and emotional tension. "Described as both sensual and spiritual, neroli helps to reestablish the links between a disconnected body and mind."
tica: A Clinical Guide to Essential Oil Therapeutics, Volume I: Psychologically, neroli promotes emotional stability, optimism and insight, and euphoria. Physically, the essential oil regulates dysregulation, restores hypoTonic
/weak conditions, and relaxes hyperTonic
/tense conditions. In Traditional Chinese Medicine the essential function of the oil is to regulate the Qi, settle the Heart
, and harmonize the Shen.
therapy: Use neroli in ritual baths for purification and in a Diffuser
and healing spaces. The oil has an affinity for the eighth Chakra
and facilitates all spiritual work.
The Essential Guide to Aroma
therapy and Vibrational Healing: Spiritually, neroli helps you achieve the highest vibrational alignment to connect with angels and other spiritual energy. Mentally, the essential oil promotes courage and mental strength during challenging times. Emotionally, the oil helps you remember your magnificence and can help during times of grief.
therapy and Subtle Energy Techniques: Neroli brings in positive energy, calms and uplifts, and clears energy blocks. The oil is especially useful for the fourth Chakra
to promote love, gratitude, and a sense of peace and to help ease grief.
Neroli Oil Uses and Recipes
For a relaxing massage, combine 3 drops neroli oil and 2 drops jasmine oil in about 4 teaspoons of carrier oil.
For an Aphrodisiac
oil, add 1 drop neroli to slightly less than 1/4 teaspoon almond oil. Make two blends: one for each partner. Both partners then anoint themselves with the blend. Source: Subtle Aroma
1 ounce (2 tablespoons) almond oil
1 drop neroli
1 drop clary sage essential oil
1 drop spikenard essential oil
Combine the essential oils with the almond oil in a suitable bottle. Massage a small amount of the blend externally over the location of the ovaries and on your mid and lower back.
Source: Elizabeth Ashley. "Menopausal Personality Changes and Anxiety
." NAHA Aroma
therapy Journal, Autumn 2016.3, p. 50.
Combine 2 drops each of neroli, palmarosa, and spikenard essential oils with one ounce (2 tablespoons) base lotion. Apply to your face as part of your daily Skin
Neroli Whipped Shea Body Butter
1 cup shea butter
2 tablespoons jojoba oil
20 drops neroli essential oil
Add shea butter to a double boiler over low heat and stir until melted.
Stir in jojoba oil. Remove mixture from heat.
Whip the mixture using a manual or electric mixer.
Stir in the neroli.
Spoon the mixture into clean glass jars and label the jars.
Source: West Coast Aroma
Relief Body Spray
1/2 cup distilled water
6 drops ylang ylang essential oil
4 drops neroli essential oil
Add water to a 4-ounce PET plastic or glass spray bottle.
Drop in essential oils.
Put the cap on bottle and then shake gently to mix.
To use: Shake gently. Spray around your body. Avoid spraying directly on your face. Source: Essential Living
Calming Inhaler Blend for Children (ages 5 and up)
4 drops neroli
4 drops tangerine essential oil
4 drops mandarin essential oil
Place essential oils on the cotton wick of an Aroma
therapy inhaler. Assemble inhaler. To use, remove cap and inhale deeply as needed.
Source: Cheryl Murphy, Certified Aroma
therapist. "The Rutaceae Plant Family." NAHA Aroma
therapy Journal, Summer 2017.2, p. 35.
Grief & Shock Inhaler
Add 15 drops of any combination of neroli, rose, mandarin, and peppermint to an inhaler. When dealing with grief or unexpected news, inhale the scent.
Source: 150 Ways to Use Essential Oils from Edens Garden