Not only does this fascinating essential oil bring many health benefits, it’s also a prominent cleansing agent capable of purifying air and surfaces. Amazingly, it can also be used as a convenient and non-toxic cleaner throughout your entire home. That’s right – you can say goodbye to those chemically-infused detergents. Additionally, you can add a few drops to fresh-water to enjoy a refreshing as well as healthy boost throughout your day. The oil is commonly used as an additive to your food to deliver a distinctive yet beloved taste to desserts and main dishes. Cherished for its refreshing scent, it’s also commonly used in aromatherapy.
- Add lemon oil to fresh-water to help with seasonal respiratory discomfort.
- Diffuse the oil to create a fresh and uplifting environment.
- Soak a cloth and use it to protect the surface of leather furniture.
Directions for Use
- Diffusion: use up to four drops in a commercial diffuser of your choice.
- Internal use: Dilute no more than a drop per every 4 fl. oz. of liquid.
- Topical use: Apply a drop or two on the desired skin area. Make sure to use carrier oil as you dilute it to prevent skin irritations.
- May cleanse your body and add with digestion.
- It has an uplifting aroma capable of promoting an overly positive and cheerful mood.
- When used internally the oil may support healthy respiratory function.
- Bright, fresh, citrus, clean
- Cold pressed
- The peels of the fruit
B-pinene, Y-terpinene and Limonene
*The above mentioned statements are not approved or evaluated by the FDA. Therefore, the product is not to be used to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any disease.
Lemon oil is quite prominent so skin sensitivity is always possible. You should refrain from using it on sensitive areas such as your eyes or inner ears. Make sure to store it safely away from children. If you are currently undergoing any special medical treatment or are pregnant, preliminary approval from your treating physician or gynecologist is absolutely mandatory.