Botanical Name: Citrus nobilis
Extraction Method: Cold compression
Plant Part: peel
Strength of Aroma: Potent
tangy orange aroma
- Mandarins are citrus fruits which are also known as Mandarin oranges or Tangerines. However, there is a slight difference. Mandarins are more yellow in color and come with pips, while tangerines are more orange in color and come without pips.
- A few drops of Red Mandarin oil after meals facilitates digestion by stimulating the discharge of digestive juices and bile into the stomach.
- This oil is a sedative, and its sedating action is more prominent in relaxing and calming nervous afflictions and disturbances such as epilepsy, hysteria and convulsions. In general, it removes stress and anxiety.
- The essential oil of mandarin also promotes the growth of new cells and tissues, thereby helping to speed the healing time of wounds. This oil also promotes proper growth of the body. It helps maintain the acid and base balance in the stomach and protects it from ulcers and other disorders. It also fights any infections in the stomach.
- It assists in curing skin disorders, maintains moisture balance in the skin, treats diarrhea, constipation, flatulence and other such disorders related to digestive and excretory systems, while also diminishing scars, stretch marks, and fat cracks on skin.
- Use Red Mandarin Essential Massage Oil to promote healthy digestion and calm nervous tension.
- Add a few drops into a let candle or oil diffuser during meditation, prayer or sleep time. Let go…
- Add several drops into warm bath water to promote new cell growth (out with the old and in with the new); tone and beautify the skin. Putting a little Epsom salt or Himalayan Crystal Salt in the bath water increases the therapeutic quality of the treatment. Himalayan Crystal Salt feeds the body with natural minerals which may not be present in one’s dietary intake.
- Add a little Nutmeg essential oil for an extra boost. Relax, re-charge, release imbalances NOW.