Uplifting Moods – Mandarin Oil

There are various essential oils in the business that are known to uplift and enhance the moods of people, but take my word, nothing does this job better than Mandarin essential oil. That can be owed to its tangy and zesty nature.

There are many ways mandarin oil can uplift your spirits. Its tart, fresh aroma makes the oil useful for combating depression and sadness. Its properties enable it to ease distress, and it can even act as a gentle sedative.

What can pure essential oil of Mandarin do for me? There are many symptoms and problems mandarin pure essential oil can help with. The list can be somewhat overwhelming, but we will cover some of the most common ailments the oil is used for. For starters, it can be used as a natural cleaner around the house. Just add a few drops of oil to some water, dampen a rag, and clean away.

The natural antiseptic properties of the mandarin oil will help clean and disinfect the items or rooms you are cleaning. This is especially good for the children’s room, where you would not want the processed chemicals is some of the cleaners in the air, or on the surfaces the children are touching.

Second, it helps to prevent stretch marks. Mix mandarin oil with a carrier oil, such as –

  • Safflower
  • Sweet almond or grape seed extract

And then, rub on your stomach every day while pregnant. The mixture should be ½ cup of carrier oil, and 50 drops of mandarin pure essential oil. This oil is safe for pregnant women, so no need to worry. It only prevents, not removes, just to clarify.

Third, it can also help relieve muscle cramps or tired muscles. Just mix 10 drops of Mandarin Oil and 5 drops of Geranium Oil in 1 cup of milk, and then add to the bath water. You cannot just add oils to water for obvious reasons. They do not mix. You need some sort of carrier, to absorb the oil, then to mix with the water. This is where the milk comes in.

As I said earlier, there are many other ailments, but the list is too long to cover. The main ingredient of the oil is the aroma. This is why it is called the “happy” oil. Just the fresh smell of oranges is enough to relax you and relieve your anxiety.

Okay, have a look at our reference links –

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

Mandarin Oil – Orange Family

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 extract is also known to reduce pigmentation of age spots; lightens skin creating luminescence.

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.

Go through our reference links now –

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

 

Tangy Juicy Mandarin Oil

Mandarin oil is the tangiest and indeed juicy of all the essential oils. This factor, no doubt, is because of the reason that this amazing essential oil is obtained from none other than the fruit flushed with citric acid and antioxidants, orange.

This juicy Mandarin essential oil has a floral top note of orange blossom and lemon oil, herbaceous middle notes of lily that mingle with undertones of sweet marmalade and a hint of maple.

Extracted from the fruit peel by cold compression. A refreshing and light citrus oil. Mandarin has the same uplifting and refreshing properties as the other citrus oils but in a more delicate form. It is the essential oil to use whenever you wish to contact that happy, playful child within. Mandarin can also calm nervous energy that adult life sometimes brings.

Helps with stress/anxiety, restlessness, nervous tension, insomnia, nervous disorders, emotional healing. Also serves as a mental tonic. Helps with oily skin, congested skin, cellulite, stretch marks, scars, toner, local circulation, detoxifying. It blends well with oils of – Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Clove, Grapefruit, Sweet Orange, Lemon, Lime and Neroli.

It has very amazing effects on various parts of the body, namely –

Nervous System:

The presence of the highly sedative anthranilic acid ester makes this oil the first choice for use with children suffering from anxiety, nervousness, or stress.

  • Calms restlessness
  • Counteracts insomnia

Digestive System:

  • Considered a general tonic for the digestive system. It aids in the breakdown of fats through regulation of the bile.
  • Quells indigestion and hiccups
  • Strengthens the liver
  • Rids excess fluid retention

Dermatological:

  • Effective balancing agent in cases of acne and oily skin
  • Heals and tones stretch marks and scars
  • Lightens dark “age” spot marks

Also, it is often used in massage blends for the prevention of stretch marks. Try blending with supporting oils such as Lavender, Frankincense, Sandalwood, Jasmine and Neroli, in carrier oil with essential fats, such as Wheat germ, Hemp or Evening Primrose. It makes an effective addition to adolescent skin care formulas: use Hazelnut as a carrier, and consider Spike Lavender and Myrtle in combination to round out the blend.

Have a look at our reference links now –

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

Clearing Confusion About Mandarin Oil

Going by the awareness of people regarding essential oils, or I should narrow it down a bit, regarding Mandarin essential oil, it is quite surprising to note that most of them confuse mandarin essential oil with many other essential oils, which are similar to it in many ways.

Often confused with Satsuma and Tangerine, the Mandarin orange is a variety in the same Rutacae family. The tree resembles other varieties of oranges with small glossy leaves and fragrant white blossoms, while the fruit is oblate rather than spherical and typically less sweet than that of other varieties.

Mandarin is a small evergreen tree up to 20 ft. high with ovate leaves and small fragrant white flowers. The fruit, like a small orange, in color and shape. The name is said to come from the fact that it was a traditional gift to the mandarins of China. Native to southern China and the Far East, brought to Europe in 1805 and to the USA forty years later, here it was renamed the tangerine.

The mandarin is produced mainly in –

  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Algeria
  • Cyprus
  • Greece
  • The Middle East
  • Brazil

Whereas the tangerine in Texas, Florida, California and Guinea.

Mandarin essential oil, Citrus reticulata, is considered to be a safe children’s remedy for indigestion, hiccoughs, etc. and also used by elderly to help strengthen the digestive function and liver. Mandarin oil is used in soaps, cosmetics and perfumes especially colognes. It is employed as a flavoring agent especially in confectionery, soft drinks and liqueurs.

Mandarin essential oil has an intensely sweet, fruity, floral-like, citrus aroma. The color of the oil is brownish to dark yellow. It is cold expressed from the small fruit of an evergreen tree. Grown and cold-expressed in Australia, this Mandarin Oil has a juicer, sweeter scent than Mandarin grown in other locations.

Citrus Oils in their pure state, may appear cloudy or contain small particles of wax. This occurs naturally in the oil and becomes most apparent when stored in cold areas. It is recommended, however, that these oils be stored in a cold place to ensure longevity and quality. If the clarity is a concern, you may wish to filter until clear, however once cooled again the cloudy appearance may return. The clarity may improve through storing the oil at room temperature, but this will reduce the shelf life and is not recommended.

Okay, go through our reference links now –

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