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Lemon's Zest Essential Oil/10 ml

Lemon's Zest Essential Oil/10 ml

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Product Description : Lemon, scientifically called Citrus limon, is a flowering plant that belongs to the Rutaceae family. Lemon plants are grown in many countries all over the world, although they are native to Asia and are believed to have been brought to Europe around 200 A.D Lemons and lemon essential oil have been used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat a wide spectrum of health conditions for at least 1,000 years. Citrus plants are the main sources of benefit-rich essential oils because of their many uses in food and medicine. And lemon oil is one of the most popular citrus essential oils because of its versatility and powerful antioxidant properties. Approximately 1,000 lemons are needed to produce one pound of lemon oil. The health benefits of lemon essential oil have been well established scientifically. Lemon is best known for its ability to cleanse toxins from the body and it’s widely used to stimulate lymphatic drainage, rejuvenate energy, purify skin, and fight bacteria and fungi. Botanical Name: Citrus Limon  Appearance: It has a normal-thin texture that glides smoothly. This lightweight oil does not feel heavy or sticky on the skin. In fact, it gets absorbed quite quickly, making the skin feel fresh and smooth. Color: Pale Yellow to Deep Yellow  Odor: It is similar to fresh lemon rinds except richer and more concentrated. Storage conditions: Avoid storing your oil in any location that leaves oil in direct sunlight, including bathroom or bedroom shelves. Sunlight can cause oils to oxidize in just a few months. You can store them in a closet or inside a drawer, though there's no way to regulate the temperature in a storage spot like this. The best place to store essential oil is in a cool, dry place with a well-regulated temperature (between 5 and 10 degrees Celsius) Botanic Family: Rutaceae Organ: the zest Processing Method: Cold pressed and Steam distillation . cold-pressed oil has higher quality and price ,while the distilled lemon oil has an inferior scent  Type: 100% pure Origin: Mediterranean rim Preferred uses: Internal route, dermal route, respiratory route Chemical composition: Main chemical compounds: Monoterpenes (Limonene, Pinene, Terpinene) 75 to 95% Other chemical compounds: Coumarines and furocoumarines 1 to 2% ,Aldehydes 2 to 3%, Sesquiterpenes 2 to 5%. Properties of the essential oil of lemon: IN HEALTH: General antiseptic and bactericidal  Antiviral  Biliary and renal calculi  Draining  Fluidifying blood  Fat-eating  Nausea of ​​pregnancy  Stimulating Immune  Metabolic regulator: liver and pancreas.  Aperitif and carminative  WELL-BEING Invigorating and stimulating  Regulator of the nervous system  IN BEAUTY Glow of complexion  Lymphatic drainage  Anti-cellulite  Indications of lemon essential oil: Cutaneous application: Anxiety, anxiety, asthenia, bloating, chronic constipation, seasonal depression, circulatory difficulty, difficult digestion, nausea, tiredness, boil, lack of self-confidence, oily skin, mood disorders, cellulitis, retention of water. Respiratory (diffusion, inhalation, olfaction): Anxiety, anxiety, convalescence, epidemics, fatigue, gastroenteritis, bacterial and / or viral infections, lack of concentration, lack of drive, pessimism, mood disorder. Internal route (oral, rectal, vaginal): Biliary and renal calculi, cellulitis, chronic constipation, gastroenteritis, fluid retention and heavy legs, varicose veins. Tips for using lemon essential oil for health: CARDIOVASCULAR AND CIRCULATORY BENEFITS Blood circulation (cellulite, heavy legs, water retention, varicose veins, etc.): dilute to 20% with a vegetable oil, massage the ankles and go up along the legs by the internal face. DIGESTIVE BENEFITS Biliary and renal stones: use internally, on the advice of a specialist. Chronic constipation: as a skin application, dilute to 20% with a vegetable oil and massage the abdomen. Internally, on the advice of a specialist, 1 to 2 drops in a teaspoon of olive oil 2 times a day for 7 days. Gastroenteritis: Use in diffusion to limit viral spread. Internally, on the advice of a specialist, 1 to 2 drops in a teaspoon of olive oil 2 times a day for 7 days. Digestive problems (bloating, nausea, indigestion): as a skin application, dilute 4 to 5 drops in a teaspoon of vegetable oil and massage the abdomen. Internally, on the advice of a specialist, 1 to 2 drops in a teaspoon of olive oil 2 times a day for 7 days. Lazy gall bladder: Internally, on the advice of a specialist, 1 to 2 drops in a teaspoon of olive oil 2 times a day for 7 days. Tips for using lemon essential oil for psychological well-being Use in diffusion and olfaction. Mix a dozen drops with a stopper of a neutral base or powder of milk to mix with the water of your bath. Fatigue, lack of concentration: Dilute 2 to 3 drops in a teaspoon of vegetable oil,  apply on the solar plexus and massage. Thanks to its invigorating fragrance, the diffusion and the smell of Lemon essence are often recommended in case of apathy, depression or moroseness. Mix equal parts of the essence of Lemon, Grapefruit and Sweet Orange. Place 6 to 15 drops in a diffuser and broadcast 10 to 20 minutes 1 to 3 times a day. Tips for using lemon essential oil for beauty Buttons (acne, boil, etc.): Apply a trace on the button. Seborrhea (oily skin): Purifying mask: Make a clay mask in which water or a hydrosol is used, a teaspoon of jojoba or neem vegetable oil, 2 drops of lemon essence, 3 drops of tea tree and 2 drops have been added of lavender aspic. To pose, to let act 10 minutes and to rinse. Do not expose yourself to the sun after the mask. Whitening teeth: Mix lemon essential oil, baking soda and coconut oil and rub the combination on your teeth for 2 minutes before rinsing.   Massage Oil For Cellulite: Blend 1: Mix 14 drops of juniper, 10 drops of lemon, and 6 drops of oregano. Blend 2: Mix 8 drops of fennel, 10 drops of lemon, and 12 drops of grapefruit. Blend 3: Mix 10 drops of basil, 8 drops of thyme, and 12 drops of grapefruit. Cancer prevention Limonene is regularly the subject of serious scientific studies that demonstrate its chemo-preventive, or chemo-curative properties on different types of cancer cells (breast tumors, cutaneous, hepatic, pulmonary, gastric ...). However, many studies are still needed to achieve a therapeutic application. OTHER USES: Convalescence: use in olfaction and diffusion. Bacterial and viral infections: use in diffusion and inhalation. Sanitation and air deodorization: The essential oils rich in monoterpenes (lemon, citrus in general, pines, fir trees) have good surface antimicrobial properties: in other words, they can be used readily as an antiseptic to clean the environment, which, in passing will leave a fresh and pleasant smell .use in diffusion or in cleaning products. Wood Polish: Mix olive oil and several drops of lemon essential oil in a glass spray bottle. spray on wood to be cleaned and rub in circular motions with a soft cloth. Insect Repellant: Bugs are not in favor of lemon oil. Combine lemon with Peppermint and eucalyptus essential oil along with coconut oil for an effective repellant. Synergies with lemon essential oil With peppermint essential oil: dilute to 20% as a cutaneous application against fatigue and overwork. With Scots pine 20 drops, Ho wood 20 drops, Ravintsara 20 drops ,Lemon (zest) 40 drops. Place 6 to 8 drops in a diffuser and broadcast 10 to 20 minutes 3 times a day for flu and winter infections. With Peppermint, Lemon (zest), Rosemary Verbenone, Lovage and Lédon Greenland (1,3,1,1,1) for Complete DETOX cures. Ingest each morning 2 drops of this mixture in 1 teaspoon of honey or vegetable oil, for 3 weeks. mix the following oils  equally: Peppermint, Lemon (zest), and Verbenone Rosemary for Bile mud (loaded gallbladder). Ingest each morning 2 drops of this mixture in 1 teaspoon of honey or vegetable oil, for 3 weeks. In combination with other digestive essential oils (Peppermint, Caraway, Garden Dill), ingest 2 drops on a half sugar, or in 1 teaspoon of honey or vegetable oil for difficult digestion. Precautions and contraindications of lemon essential oil: The use of lemon essential oil is not recommended during the first three months of pregnancy and in children under 12 years. This oil has natural compounds that may present an allergic risk in certain sensitive people (according to the cosmetic directive 2003/15 / CE): limonene, citral, linanol. Avoid when taking anticoagulants. Always dilute and do not expose to the sun for 12 hours: The face, if it has been treated. Body parts treated with dilutions greater than 2%. For the oral and dermal route, give preference to short courses of treatment and, if longer courses of treatment are necessary, follow a schedule of 3 weeks out of 4 (3 weeks of treatment and one week off) Bottle to be stored in the shelter of light and heat, ideally in the fridge. Toxicological aspects: Limonene is an excellent tolerance, the essence of Lemon does not present a significant toxic risk. The composition of this species may nevertheless vary and contain irritating substances (aldehydes). We will always take care to dilute it (maximum 10%) A study on breast samples showed the accumulation of limonene in the adipose tissues during oral intake of 2g / day of limonene. Accumulation can also occur through the skin. Studies in mice and metabolomics in humans have also demonstrated an action on the adrenal glands during long-term oral intake of limonene or Lemon essence (reduction of adrenal steroids) Taking into account these elements, it is preferable to favor short courses and, if necessary, a frequency of 3 weeks out of 4 WARNING : This sheet does not replace a pharmaceutical or medical opinion. In case of doubt or need, it is always advisable to consult a doctor. Essential oils can not replace drug treatment without prior medical or pharmaceutical advice. The authors and health passport can not be held responsible for the consequences arising from the use, abusive or not, of the information mentioned in this sheet.

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