10 Amazing Ways To Use Wild Orange Essential Oil


Hello everyone and welcome back to Stylish Brunette! Today’s post is about different ways to use wild orange essential oil.

I am a huge fan of essential oils and I plan on blogging more about them!

Wild orange essential oil is not as frequently used and although regular orange oil can be readily found, wild orange is said to have more and stronger properties. Its aroma is obviously citrusy, but very sweet too.

As with any citrus oil, it may cause photosensitivity when exposed to sunlight within 12+ hours of use. Use at night, or only on unexposed skin to avoid a reaction. Always test for skin sensitivity prior to widespread use. Excessive use of any oil can lead to skin sensitization. Keep out of eyes, ears, or nose. Not all oils are created equal, so test brands carefully, and never use an oil in a way not recommended by its maker.

Here are 11 ways use can use wild orange essential oil!

1 – Add a drop to water or a smoothie for a burst of flavor and to promote overall health.

2 – Add a few drops to a spray bottle with water and spray to clean the kitchen table, countertop, sink or bathtub.

3 – Diffuse to uplift mood and energy levels and to freshen the air.

4 – During colder temperatures, take 1-2 drops of wild orange in a capsule to support a healthy immune system.

5 – Place a few drops on your air filter to improve your home’s scent.

6 – Before a stress filled day, diffuse for an energizing and revitalizing aroma.

7 – When you lack energy in the afternoon, diffuse 3 drops wild orange with 3 drops peppermint to increase alertness and lift mood.

8 – Make a tea with a few drops of oil in warm water and drink to support the immune system.

9 – For an invigorating shower, add a few drops of essential oil to a body wash.

10 – Put 3 drops of wild orange in your bathroom sink or bathtub drains to help get rid of any unpleasant odors or grime. Be sure to let the oil evaporate before you run the water.

You can buy wild orange essential oil on Amazon here!

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