Mandarin essential oil is obviously of the orange family and hence it has all and all and all the qualities of that the orange itself. The best essential oil for consumption and even better one for topical application.
Although the mandarin tree is most commonly found in southern Europe, South America, and Japan, the mandarin tree originated in China. It was named for the Mandarins: the high officials of the former Chinese Empire.
The mandarin tree is a member of the orange family. The pure essential oil comes from the outer peel of the mandarin. The mandarin peel is pressed, and from it comes the flowery, sweet aroma scent associated with the oil. This oil is believed to improve mood and “relieve anxiety”. The oil is really a happy oil, as the smell of the oil gives you the feeling of cleanliness. It is safe for all ages, and children especially enjoy the aroma of the oil.
Mandarin oil can be used as a cure for stretch marks, damaged skin and acne scarring; it encourages the growth of new skin cells and replaces previously damaged skin cells.
It is one of the most effective aromatherapy oils and is also non-toxic, non-sensitizing, and does not irritate the skin.
Mandarin is a small citrus tree, with fruit resembling other oranges. The floral, neroli-like undertones of mandarin are evocative and sensual. Mandarin is used in combination with other citrus oils in colognes and fantasy-type perfumes.
- Convalescence, digestive problems, exhaustion, nervous tension, irritability, cellulite, skin care, relieves anxiety, tonic, calmative and antiseptic.
- Highly sedative, hypnotic, useful with overexcited children, insomnia and mental distress.
- Safe and effective to be used for children.
- Skin toner, acne, congested and oily skin, softens dry skin.
- Cardiovascular tonic, stimulates appetite, PMS.
- Powerful sedative.
- Relieves stress
- Cures skin disorders and maintains moisture balance in the skin
- Treats diarrhea, constipation, flatulence and other such disorders related to digestive and excretory systems and diminishes scars and stretch marks, fat cracks on skin.
Mandarin Essential Oil, being citrus oil itself, blends with most of the citrus oils such as those of neroli, grapefruit, orange and lime & lemon. Except these, it also blends well with essential oils of bergamot, cinnamon, clary sage, clove, frankincense, lavender and nutmeg.
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