Lemon Essential Oil

Lemon Essential Oil is like liquid sunshine, It smells clean and fresh.

The origin of the Lemon has been lost to the ages, it is thought to have first grown in Northern India, Burma and China. They came to Europe around the 2nd Century AD. By 1000AD it was widely distributed throughout the Arab and Mediterranean worlds. Howtouse Lemon A6

 Lemon Oil is abundant in the terpenes, d-limonene and l-limonene, together forming about 90 percent of the constituents of the oil.  It also contains traces of aldehyde citral, pinene,  phellandrene and sesquiterpene. These constituents give it is antiseptic, antimicrobial, astringent and detoxifying properties.

It is a versatile Oil that is widely used in cosmetics, as well as in the cleaning and food industry.

Lemon Oil has also been shown in numerous Scientific Studies to help quell Nausea and Dizzyness, Fatigue, Anxiety and Nervous Tension. It can also help Concentration Levels.

This is a must have in any housekeeper’s arsenal. It can be used to clean chopping boards, add a sparkle to glasses or floors, deodorise a stinky room or pair of shoes, as well as polish up a wooden piece of furniture or leather.

Lemon is classified as a Top Note when creating blends.

Lemon Essential blends well with Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Geranium, Peppermint, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang and many more.

To purchase a 5mL bottle of Lemon Essential Oil for $10, which contains approx 75 drops, scroll to the bottom of the page. Shipping is $8 to anywhere in Australia. Contact us here to organise combined shipping for multiple items.

All of our Oils are 100% pure and undiluted. Please dilute before using topically. Lemon Essential Oil is Phototoxic. It can cause the skin to become sunburned when used topically and exposed to sunlight..


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