Mandarin Oil – Pack Of Vitamins

Mandarin oil is the most healthy and kind of tasty (when mixed with certain taste enhancers) of essential oils. And you will fall in love with it even further, when you listen to the various amounts of vitamins that this oil possesses.

Mandarin orange is a rich source of vitamin C, folate and beta-carotene.

The mandarin is an attractive, sub-tropical evergreen tree.  It’s naturally a small tree growing to 3-4m in height and width, making it an ideal fruit tree in backyards that have limited space.

The leaves are a dark, glossy, green, and the flowers are white with a beautiful aroma.  They’re self-fertile, and have good fruit set, so you only need to plant one tree to get a good crop of fruit.

It has lycopene, which can fight cancer. This phytochemical is also found in other orange-red fruits and vegetables such as tomato and carrot.

Traditional healers use mandarin orange as an active constituent in their remedies to treat the following ailments:-

This oil magically cures myriad pestering and sometimes chronic problems of the digestive system, such as –

  • Poor digestion
  • Constipation
  • Colic
  • Flatulence
  • Heartburn
  • Loss of appetite
  • Dyspepsia
  • Peptic ulcer
  • Cirrhosis of the liver
  • Inflammation of the liver and spleen

Not only that, even when it comes to the problems faced by various people relating to the respiratory system or poor immune system, this oil again fights…Allergy, boost immunity
Excessive phlegm, coughs, catarrh, acute and chronic bronchitis, asthma.

It even combats -
High cholesterol, arteriosclerosis (the hardening of the arteries), Insomnia, stress, lumbago, skin problems, scurvy, hemorrhoid, mastitis

Treats many things effectively, be it Insulin resistance, cancer of the liver or pain in the breast.

Mandarins are hardy and easy to grow.  As with most fruit trees they prefer a sheltered area but will tolerate an exposed windy site.  Plant in full sun for maximum fruit production. They will fruit in a partially shaded area, but not as much as in full sun.

Citrus prefer fertile, free draining soils that are well-mulched, though will grow in other soil types such as sandy soils and even heavy clay. It’s best to plant them in mounded soil to ensure adequate drainage, as they don’t tolerate waterlogging of the roots. Citrus trees are hungry feeders with high requirements for trace elements. A regular spray with a seaweed foliar fertiliser will supply trace elements. Fertilise citrus trees in spring and autumn with worm-castings and compost.

Okay, now the reference links now –

  1. Massage Oil by Wiz
  2. Orange Oil by Ehow
  3. Aromatherapy Oils by Health

 

Mandarin Oil – Positive Reach

Mandarin oil has the ability to cure just about any human woe. The oil has natural untouched ingredients that add on to the ability of the oil to deal with various diseases and problems. The ones who use it are always on awe of it.

The soft orange mandarin fruit that comes from a fruit producing tree of the Rutaceae family nourishes in hot and humid climates. It bears the Latin name citrus amanuensis and is linked to the sun. The mandarin received its name in China where they were given to their oriental majesties who were once named Mandarins to show respect.

The essential oil mandarin is extracted by cold expression from the mandarin’s outer peel, in other words by forcing the liquid out by squeezing or pressing the outer peel. The mandarin has sweet, tangy but delicate aroma with a floral undertone to it. If used as a perfume with the low odor intensity it has reviving and refreshing qualities. Once the perfume has been sprayed onto you, you will be aware of its constant aroma as you are with all perfumes. This aroma has a soothing, comforting and warming quality to it; also mandarin aroma has the ability to give you an uplifting feel.

Mandarin oil can be used as an antiseptic helping to reduce or prevent infection. It helps to control muscle spasms with its antispasmodic properties. This oil is good for water infections as it helps to aid urine flow with the mild diuretic property. It is a mild laxative aiding with bowel movements. Mandarin helps to stimulate the digestive and lymphatic systems. It can be used as a tonic giving an –

  • Uplifting feel
  • Aiding the recipient to feel stronger
  • More energetic
  • Generally healthier

Within aromatherapy mandarin oil is used for skin care, the circulatory system, digestive system and nervous system. Concentrating on skin care mandarin can be used to assist acne and oily skin whilst helping to reduce spots. This oil can also help to reduce the effects of stretch marks and scars.

Aiding the circulation system by helping to reduce fluid retention and helps with the secretion of bile and the breakdown of fats which may cause obesity. Mandarin oil assists the digestive system helping to reduce digestive problem like dyspepsia which is the indigestion of stomach acid, along with helping hiccups. It also aids intestinal problems. Looking at the nervous system mandarin helps you to relax by aiding restlessness, nervous tension and aiding insomnia by helping your mind to relax.

Alright, have a look at our reference links –

  1. Mandarin Oil by Healthy Benefits
  2. Mandarin Oil by Helium
  3. Mandarin by Healing