Our certified organic neroli essential oil is steam distilled from the hand-picked blossoms of orange trees growing in sun-bathed Moroccan citrus groves. This is one of our favorite essential oils to use when wanting to bring balance and peace to the mind, body, and spirit. Neroli is a precious, floral essential oil, particularly potent, and best used in small amounts, such as 2-3 drops per application.
The intoxicating, delicate white blossoms of the Citrus aurantium var. amara fruit tree create a strong, herbaceous, citrusy, floral essential oil. Along with bringing balance to the entire system, neroli essential oil is deeply skin nourishing and rejuvenating. This essential oil can help ease unwanted muscle spasms and work to reduce minor pain and inflammation. Often, neroli essential oil is used to boost a compromised immune system, or help keep one from coming down with a cold or the flu if exposed. Emotionally and energetically, neroli essential oil calms and soothes. This essential oil is welcome during times of situational anxiety and depression as it can help relax the nerves and inspire creativity. Neroli Essential oil further brings us in touch with our higher selves and can help facilitate greater spiritual awareness and understanding.
|Country of Origin||Morocco|
|Extraction Method||Steam Distilled|
Emotional and Energetic Qualities
Relaxes the nerves
Calms and soothes the heart
Brings us in touch with our higher selves
Facilitates spiritual and creative work
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Non-toxic, non-irritating. Neroli is frequently adulterated so knowing your source is important!
The suggested shelf life is 3-4 years.
|Batch Number||Distillation Date|