Neroli Essential Oil is derived from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree. True Neroli Essential Oil requires one ton of flower blossoms to make one quart of oil.
Its high cost is due to the labor intensive process of retrieving the fresh blossoms and distilling the precious oil. BE CAREFUL! Neroli is one of the most adultered essential oils in aromatherapy.
There are many less costly imitations that smell nice but do not have the therapeutic benefits of true Neroli. In order to create quality Neroli Essential Oil, Neroli blossoms must first be harvested and distilled immediately thereafter. Neroli has a powerful and refreshing aroma with sweet, floral and citrusy notes; and is appealing to both men and women.
In perfumery, Neroli Essential Oil is highly sought after for its high floral notes. See our pre-diluted Neroli Essential Oil in Meadowfoam Seed oil intended for immediate topical application and perfume!
Properties: Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Aphrodisiac, Carminative, Fungicidal, Sedative, Tonic
Blends with: Clary Sage
, Frankincense Frereana
, Cape Chamomile, German Chamomile
, Helichrysum Italicum
, Juniper Berry
, Roman Chamomile
, Hawaiian Sandalwood
and Ylang Ylang.
Skincare and Anti-aging...Neroli is a prized ingredient in anti-aging and skincare. It is highly emollient, thus encouraging skin to attain and maintain the correct moisture balance. The result is smooth, glowing skin that is free from infections. Neroli Essential Oil is highly cicatrisant, and is known as one of the most effective medicines on earth for increasing the skin's elasticity and causing wrinkles, stretch marks, and scars left by acne, boils and pox to fade away. It is used by aromatherapists to promote the generation of new cells and stimulates the health of those already present. This makes the skin grow stronger, healthier and encourages the reduction of lines and wrinkles. Neroli is bactericidal, which means it can kill harmful bacteria and keep the skin free from microbial infections. This makes it useful for helping with bacterial skin conditions and rashes of all kinds.
Antidepressant...Neroli is well known for being an antidepressant. Its essential oil has been shown to naturally improve a person's mood, invoking relaxed feelings of joy and happiness. Neroli is used extensively in aromatherapy for this reason.
Neroli is used as a sedative for both the mind and body. It has been known to relax all of the organ systems and metabolic functions of the body, including those associated with the brain and nervous system. When used in combination with other essential oils such as lavender and chamomile, it has been shown
to increase sleep quality and reduce night-time anxiety.
Weight Regulation...Neroli Essential Oil has been used to help maintain the body's metabolic rate and circulation while boosting the immune system. This helps the body to eliminate toxic fat stores and increase healthy fat reserves, thus encouraging a strong and healthy weight and physique.
Aphrodisiac...One of Neroli's greatest gifts is its ability to blot out shame from experiences involving playfulness or sensuality, allowing rather, a deep sense of natural innocence to prevail. The aroma of Neroli Essential Oil increases libido and awakens sexual arousal. Traditionally, newly-wedded couples would spread Neroli on their wedding bed to enhance sexual intimacy and sooth their uneasiness. It can also help reverse loss of interest in sex, frigidity, impotence and erectile dysfunctions.
Awakens Creativity, Wisdom and Intuition...Neroli opens the heart and can add an artist's flare of imagination, as it awakens innate creativity. Such action also relates to flexibility and wisdom, and the sharpened intuition that the Neroli Essential Oil inspires.
Place a drop or two directly onto clean and intact skin. A couple drops on the wrists, shoulders, temples or neck imparts a beautiful aroma and is an effective remedy for stress and nervous depression.
Note: May be too concentrated to be used undiluted on facial skin.
Blended with Carrier: Use 15 drops per 1 TBL of carrier oil such as argan, rose hip, raspberry seed or hazelnut oils, and massage over any area where you would like for healing to occur.
Bath: Place 8 drops into 3 handfuls of bath salt and disperse, or add 8 drops to vodka or whole milk
Diffusor: Follow diffusor manufacturers instructions, but typically add about 8 drops.
Room Deodorizer: Add 15 drops per 2oz distilled water and spray as desired.
Ritual for Inviting Radiance and Joy:
Can be used while laying down, sitting cross legged or sitting in a chair with the hips square and the feet flat.
Allow one drop of neroli essential oil to fall on the middle fingertip of either hand, touch both middle fingertips together briefly, then place the middle fingers lightly at the corresponding temples so that you can feel the temporal pulse just beneath the fingertips. Practice long deep breathing for 30 seconds to 3 minutes while focusing on the rhythm of the pulse at the temples.
Check out How To Use Essential Oils for more usage ideas