100% PURE lemon ESSENTIAL OIL
Lemon Essential Oil has earned the nickname “Liquid Sunshine” and possibly has the most powerful anti-microbial activity of all the essential oils. The name Lemon is derived from either the Arabic word “laimun” or the Persian word “limun,” both meaning “citrus fruit.” Small and evergreen, Lemon trees are considered to be a cross between Bitter Orange and Citron and were originally grown for decorative purposes with the fruit remaining on the tree. Once the fruit’s resourcefulness was discovered, it began to be cultivated.
- Lemon trees are native to Asia and were used by not only ancient Indians but also Egyptians and Romans to treat infectious diseases.
- Lemon trees are believed to have been brought to Europe in the Middle Ages around 200 A.D. and eventually made their way from the Middle East to North Africa and eventually, Christopher Columbus introduced them to America.
- At this time, due to their antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties, English sailors in the Royal Navy also often used them while sailing to protect themselves against the scurvy and vitamin deficiencies.
Direction for Use
Diffusion: Use four to five drops in the diffuser of choice.
Topical: Apply one to three drops to palm, then apply to desired area.
Aromatic Benefits of Lemon Essential Oil
Reduce fever and flu and relieve throat infections and cough.
Enhance concentration and energy and relieve stress and depression.
Eliminate toxins in both the air and on surfaces.
Has a calming effect that can subdue negative moods such as anxiety.
Release feelings of irritation.
Topical Benefits of Lemon Essential Oil
Boost circulation, metabolism, and digestive function.
Relieve constipation and reduces blood pressure as well as cellulite.
Inhibit or soothe inflammation such as headaches and ease the discomfort associated with arthritis.
Its astringent properties rejuvenate dull complexions, effective for restoring the luster to tired or sagging skin.
Lemon Oil’s high vitamin content boosts immunity by stimulating the body’s ability to combat harmful bacteria.
- While some essential oils are suitable for ingestion, others are safe only for topical application or for use in aromatherapy.
- Keep all essential oils out of reach of children and pets , and never apply concentrated essential oils to mucous membranes or sensitive areas.
- Also, if you are allergic to a certain food, do not use any essential oils or carrier oils that come from the same plant as the allergen.
Conduct a Patch Test
Never assume that an essential oil has the same properties as the plant it came from. To do this, apply a little diluted essential oil to your inner arm. Watch carefully for redness or irritation that develops either immediately or within as long as twenty-four hours; if it occurs, do not use the essential oil.
NOTICE: THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE, OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.