Essential Oil Petitgrain

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SOOTH THE MIND, BODY & SOULPetitgrain helps keep us in balance as we step out onto the tight rope of life. Petitgrain essential oil may be useful when we need a sense of emotional balance; relaxing without being a sedative and uplifting without being too stimulating.

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May provide the following benefits:Relaxing & upliftingCalming to the nervous systemToning effect for all skin typesHelps reduce tensionHelps ease muscle spasms

Ingredients & Excipients

Source: ParaguayBotanical name: Citrus aurantium var. amara (petitgrain) oil


Diffuser: Add 6-8 drops of your chosen essential oil to a diffuser.Quick fix: A few deep inhalations from the bottle can help when you are at work, in the car or anytime you need a quick break.Shower: Add 2-3 drops to the corner of the shower and enjoy the benefits of steam inhalation.Bath: Add up to 5 drops in a dispersant such as oil to the bath to create a relaxing atmosphere while nourishing your skin.Massage: Use a 2.5% dilution; 15 drops per 30ml carrier oil.Hand or foot bath: Add 2 drops to a bowl of water.Compress: Add 2 drops of essential oil to a bowl of water. For treating inflammation or to cool down, use cold to room temperature water. For aching, tight muscles use warm to hot water. Agitate a face washer in the water, wring out excess moisture and apply washer to the affected area. Repeat two or three times as the compress cools down or warms up.Steam Treatment: Add 2 drops of essential oil to a bowl of steaming hot water. Place your face close to the bowl and cover the back of your head and bowl with a towel to trap the aromatic vapours. Caution due to risk of burns or scalding and keep eyes covered during treatment.Blends well with: Bergamot, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Lavender, Plamarosa, Rosemary, Sandalwood & Ylang ylang.

Storage Conditions

CAUTION:Do not ingestAvoid during pregnancyKeep out of reach of childrenConsult with a healthcare professional before useFor in-depth safety information on all essential oils, click below for the following resources:Essential Oil Safety (2nd Edition) by Robert Tisserand & Rodney YoungThe Directory of Essential Oils by Wanda SellarThe Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless