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Tangerine Essence

Citrus tangerina

Tangerine Essence from Aromatics

Tangerine Essence

Citrus tangerina

Description

Tangerine essence essential oil refreshes the senses with its refreshing citrus aroma! While certainly similar to our Mandarin oil, Tangerine has a softer body and milder aroma: the two fruits are varieties of the same species. Tangerine, however, does not have the sedative properties of the Mandarin. In Chinese medicine, Tangerine is used for moving blood and Qi and ridding damp – helping to improve poor circulation in the extremities. This product is an excellent tonic for the digestive system and is also effective when used in skin care preparations - especially for stretch marks and cellulitis. Tangerine is a nice addition to blends for inhalers, diffusers, and massage applications. Tangerine essence essential oil is pressed from the whole fruit. It is derived through a special process that obtains the essential oil through evaporation and high-speed spinning. After the fruit is pressed, the oil that is derived from the concentrated juice phase is the Tangerine Essence. The resulting oil emanates the lovely aroma of a sweet, juicy Tangerine. Very vibrant! 

Properties
Aromas
Citrus
Fruity
Sweet
Notes
Top
Chemical Families
Monoterpenes
Therapeutic Properties
Assists in fighting germs
Antispasmodic
May help to inhibit the growth of viruses associated with daily life
May help to maintain healthy intestinal flora
May help to discharge phlegm and mucous associated with daily living from the lungs and throat
Supports a healthy appetite
Country of Origin South Africa
Cultivation Organically Grown
Extraction Method Cold Pressed
Plant Part(s) Fresh Juice of Fruit
Botanical Family Rutaceae
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Cooling
Releases and circulates stagnant energy
Soothes emotional stress and grief
Relieves anxiety, tension, and anger

Recipes
Resources
  1. Battaglia, Salvatore. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy. Australia. 2003.
  2. Mojay, Gabriel. Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit. Healing Arts Press. London. 1997
  3. Tisserand, Robert and Rodney Young. Essential Oil Safety, 2nd edition. New York. 2014
  4. Willmont, Dennis. Aromatherpay with Chinese Medicine. Willmountain Press. USA. 2003
Safety + Shelf Life

May cause skin irritation. Use in low dilution (1%, 5-6 drops per ounce of carrier) when applying to the skin, such as in bath or massage oils. Older, oxidized oils increase the probability for skin irritation. It's best to buy citrus oils that are derived from organically grown fruit as citrus trees can be heavily sprayed.

According to Robert Tisserand, Tangerine oil is not considered phototoxic but should not be used at more than 30% in blends. 

The suggested shelf life is 2 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Pressed Date
TGN-103 December 2015
TGN-102 Fall 2014
TGN-101 Summer 2013

$16.01

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Description

Tangerine essence essential oil refreshes the senses with its refreshing citrus aroma! While certainly similar to our Mandarin oil, Tangerine has a softer body and milder aroma: the two fruits are varieties of the same species. Tangerine, however, does not have the sedative properties of the Mandarin. In Chinese medicine, Tangerine is used for moving blood and Qi and ridding damp – helping to improve poor circulation in the extremities. This product is an excellent tonic for the digestive system and is also effective when used in skin care preparations - especially for stretch marks and cellulitis. Tangerine is a nice addition to blends for inhalers, diffusers, and massage applications. Tangerine essence essential oil is pressed from the whole fruit. It is derived through a special process that obtains the essential oil through evaporation and high-speed spinning. After the fruit is pressed, the oil that is derived from the concentrated juice phase is the Tangerine Essence. The resulting oil emanates the lovely aroma of a sweet, juicy Tangerine. Very vibrant! 

Properties
Aromas
Citrus
Fruity
Sweet
Notes
Top
Chemical Families
Monoterpenes
Therapeutic Properties
Assists in fighting germs
Antispasmodic
May help to inhibit the growth of viruses associated with daily life
May help to maintain healthy intestinal flora
May help to discharge phlegm and mucous associated with daily living from the lungs and throat
Supports a healthy appetite
Country of Origin South Africa
Cultivation Organically Grown
Extraction Method Cold Pressed
Plant Part(s) Fresh Juice of Fruit
Botanical Family Rutaceae
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Cooling
Releases and circulates stagnant energy
Soothes emotional stress and grief
Relieves anxiety, tension, and anger

Recipes
Resources
  1. Battaglia, Salvatore. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy. Australia. 2003.
  2. Mojay, Gabriel. Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit. Healing Arts Press. London. 1997
  3. Tisserand, Robert and Rodney Young. Essential Oil Safety, 2nd edition. New York. 2014
  4. Willmont, Dennis. Aromatherpay with Chinese Medicine. Willmountain Press. USA. 2003
Safety + Shelf Life

May cause skin irritation. Use in low dilution (1%, 5-6 drops per ounce of carrier) when applying to the skin, such as in bath or massage oils. Older, oxidized oils increase the probability for skin irritation. It's best to buy citrus oils that are derived from organically grown fruit as citrus trees can be heavily sprayed.

According to Robert Tisserand, Tangerine oil is not considered phototoxic but should not be used at more than 30% in blends. 

The suggested shelf life is 2 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
TGN-103 December 2015
TGN-102 Fall 2014
TGN-101 Summer 2013

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