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Aura Cacia Essential Oil Sweet Orange - 0.5 Fl Oz



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Aura Cacia Essential Oil Sweet Orange Description:

Brightening

The familiar orange scent makes this one of the world's most popular oils and the heart of many floral blends. Sweet orange's gentle, clarifying nature cheers the heart and brightens the mood. Diffuse it often to maintain a wholesome, positively charged atmosphere.

Botanical Name: Citrus sinensis

Product Notes:
Color: Orange-yellow, dark orange or olive-orange or occasionally brownish orange
Viscosity: Mobile
Top Note: Refreshing sweet citrus
Middle Note: Sweet, fresh, fruity-aldehydic
Dry Note: Bitter-sweet, dry citrus
Aromatherapy Actions: Uplifting, refreshing, cheering
Safety Data: Skin irritant. Avoid use in sun.

Origin: United States/Brazil

Processing Notes: Essential oil is obtained by cold expression of the peels (pericarp) of fruits

Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Product Features : Aura Cacia Essential Oil Sweet Orange Directions
Refreshing Mist: 9 drops sweet orange, 9 drops lavender, 1 oz. water in a mister.

Bath Gel: 2 drops sweet orange, 1 drop lavender per tsp. unscented bath gel.
Ingredients: Citrus sinensis (sweet orange) oil Warnings

If pregnant, suffering from any medical condition or taking medication, consult a health care practitioner before use. Dilute properly-May irritate skin. Not for internal use. Avoid use in sun.


Ingredients : Volatile components of plants which are distilled into a pure essential oil, with no synthetic fragrances added.
Size : .5 FZ
Pack of : 1

Product Selling Unit : Each
  • Model: HG0713826
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1lbs
  • 30 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Aura Cacia

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 19 March, 2014.