Essential Oil

Orange Sweet Oil

Citrus sinensis

Sweet orange essential oil smells just like a freshly sliced orange! It’s bright, citrusy, sparkly, and refreshing. Orange’s warm, sunny rays can shine light into the darkest of places—keep this oil around to feel positive and confident. One of sweet orange’s popular uses is for the belly, where it can soothe many kinds of discomfort. Our certified organic sweet orange essential oil is cold pressed from the rinds of handpicked fruits in the sun-kissed orchards of Spain. It is not phototoxic, so use this citrus oil without concern in topical blends.

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Benefits and uses

The perfectly ripened rinds of Citrus sinensis fruits create a stunningly sweet, citrusy essential oil. Sweet orange essential oil is a lovely choice when looking to help support the digestive system and work to reduce nausea. This essential oil is often used when looking to reduce minor pain and inflammation as well as reduce the presence of unwanted bacteria.

Emotionally and energetically, sweet orange essential oil brings bright energy and positivity to those struggling with situational depression or a negative outlook. It can provide courage to those who are overwhelmed or reluctant to ask for help.

Plant Part
  • Fruit (Rind)
Certified Organic
Botanical Family
Extraction Methods
Cold Pressed
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Chemical Families
  • Monoterpenes
  • Citrus
  • Fresh
  • Fruity
  • Light
  • Sweet
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  • Mojay G. Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit, Henry Holt and Company Inc., England, 1996
Shelf Life

2 years

Safety & Warnings

Non-toxic, though it may cause skin irritation. Use in low dilution (1-2%) when applying to the skin, such as in bath or massage oils. Older, oxidized oils increase potential for skin irritation. It's best to buy citrus oils from organically grown fruit, as citrus trees are heavily sprayed. The citrus oils are cold pressed, and the pesticides come through the process and are found in the oils. Sweet orange is not phototoxic.

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