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Citrus Peppermint Blast
Citrus Peppermint Blast
Citrus Peppermint Blast
Citrus Peppermint Blast
Citrus Peppermint Blast
Citrus Peppermint Blast

Citrus Peppermint Blast

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Awaken your senses with our Citrus Peppermint Blast kit. Featuring Sweet Orange, Grapefruit, Mandarin, Lemon, and Peppermint oils, this is an ideal assortment for anyone who wants to add a zest and liveliness to their life.

P : 100% Pure and Natural

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E : Every Drop Meets Specification & Customer Satisfaction

Safety and Usage

• Do not ingest, keep out of reach of children, avoid contact with eyes and ears, discontinue use if skin sensitivity occurs.
• If pregnant or nursing consult your doctor.
• Store away from heat and light.

Disclaimer

The product statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Essential oils or aromatherapy products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. This content is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Use of this page should not be considered medical advice and cannot replace medical consultation with a qualified health professional. Please consult with a qualified medical professional to address specific health concerns you might have. Pregnant or lactating women and persons with known medical conditions should consult a physician prior to the use of any aromatherapy product. The information contained herein is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

OILS

Sweet Orange

Description

Citrusy with a fresh, fruity aroma. Oranges are the 'golden apples' of Greek mythology given to Hera when she married Zeus. One of the world’s most beloved fruits, they have been enjoyed for thousands of years for their effervescent taste and nutritional qualities. The same holds true for the essential oil derived from the fruit. Orange oil is a powerful and versatile oil that’s gentle enough for children while being helpful enough to support digestive issues. The orange grows well even in cooler climates, which helps with the formation of carotene and other beneficial compounds. Even for those simply seeking contentment, the bright, lively aroma of orange oil can add some zest to your life.

Benefits

Supports the digestive, immune and nervous systems. With properties ranging from analgesic and anti-inflammatory to antibacterial, antidepressant, antioxidant, antispasmodic, antiviral, and astringent, orange oil supports many body systems in a wide array of uses. Studies show orange oil can alleviate indigestion, nervous stomach and dyspepsia in the digestive system. Helps with insomnia, anxiety, depression, agitation, and restlessness.

How to Use

Orange oil is an uplifting essential oil that can greatly benefit one’s mood and feeling of wellness. Use topically as a potent mood enhancer. Dilute and spray lightly on linens to make them feel vibrant and fresh. Use in aromatherapy to uplift your mood. You can even add a drop to a sweet and sour sauce for some citrus zest!

References

Sweet Orange, Tisserand, R. & Young, R. (2014) Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals

Battaglia, Salvatore; The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, 2nd Edition; Brisbane, Australia; The International Center of Holistic Aromatherapy; 2009Grapefruit

Description

Fresh, sweet, citrusy, and uplifting. Grapefruit is a naturally occurring hybrid of the Sweet Orange and the Pummelo Fruit. It grows in clusters much like grapes do, hence “grapefruit.” Native to Malaysia and Indonesia, it was originally smaller and was called “shaddock fruit” after Captain Shaddock, who is thought to have brought the fruit to the West Indies. The fruit is well known as a tasty way to get Vitamin C. Less well known is how beneficial and versatile the oil derived from the fruit is. Grapefruit oil is widely used in food products, as well as in cosmetics, perfumes, soaps and detergents. The zesty, uplifting aroma makes it ideal for massage therapy and aromatherapy applications.

Benefits

Grapefruit oil is more than just an uplifting scent. Potent in monoterpenes, grapefruit oil supports the circulatory, cardiovascular, digestive, musculoskeletal, and immune systems, as well as emotional balance. With beneficial properties that include antimicrobial, antiviral, astringent, and diuretic properties, it can be an uplifting tonic and detoxifier. In Eastern medicine, grapefruit essential oil is often used to clear heat, dampness, and phlegm. Helps address constipation, sluggish digestion, general digestive fatigue, and digestion-related migraines. May aid in alleviating muscular aches and pains, rheumatism, and muscle fatigue and/or stiffness. When used in aromatherapy, can soothe the symptoms of depression, anxiety, nervous exhaustion, and performance stress.

How to Use

Grapefruit oil is a vibrant essential oil that can be used to enhance one’s life in many ways. Use topically to uplift your mood. Dilute and spray on linens to make them feel fresh and new. Use in aromatherapy to bolster your spirits. Use with a steam bath for a sense of calm and wellness.

References

Battaglia, Salvatore; The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, 2nd Edition; Brisbane, Australia; The International Center of Holistic Aromatherapy; 2009.

Lemon

Description

Freshly tart, citrus-laden, and sharp, few aromas are as distinctive and uplifting as lemon. The lemon tree, like other citrus trees, appears to have originated in Asia and was then brought to the West in trade. During the 17th century, lemon was often used as a blood cleanser and purifying agent. Lemon juice was also an important remedy for scurvy-long before Vitamin C was discovered. Today, the vibrant, pleasantly sour aroma of lemon is among the most beloved in the world. It’s used for culinary purposes, in beauty supplies and soaps, for cleaning goods, and much more. When paired with other essential oils, lemon oil can provide an uplifting feeling that must be experienced firsthand to be fully understood.

Benefits

Rich in monoterpenes, particularly d-, lemon essential oil helps support the nervous and glandular/ hormonal systems, and also provides emotional balance. Properties include anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, anti-septic, and anti-spasmodic. It can serve as an aphrodisiac, be calming and sedative, and also be strengthening. Studies show it can aid with lymphatic congestion and serve as a preventative for contagious illnesses. Lemon oil can alleviate muscular or joint aches and pains, arthritis, rheumatism, joint swelling, and gout. When diluted, lemon oil can be useful in skin care as well, beneficial for acne, oily complexions, boils, corns, mouth ulcers, cellulite, varicose veins, broken capillaries, and more. In aromatherapy, lemon oil can be a boon for anxiety thanks to its clarifying, cleansing, refreshing, and rejuvenating effects.

How to Use

Lemon is able to heighten consciousness and can stabilizing and calming during a potential emotional outburst thanks to its cooling, clearing, and refreshing effect. For topical uses, use at 1.5 percent dilution in distilled water. Consider diluting for use in household sprays or steam baths to subtly lift one’s mood. Blend with other citrus oils, with a small percentage of peppermint, to create custom massage oils. Ideal for use with a diffuser to brighten the mood of any household.

References

Battaglia, Salvatore; The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, 2nd Edition; Brisbane, Australia; The International Center of Holistic Aromatherapy; 2009.

Mandarin

Description

Floral, fresh, citrusy and tangy, the mandarin orange, or tangerine as it is known in the United States, is a native of south-eastern Asia and the Philippines, one often given to rulers in the region as a token of respect. It was introduced to Europe and the Americas in the 1800s. The fruit’s peel varies from yellow to deep orange-red when ripe, and it contains oil secreted in the glands of the fruit’s zest. Much like oranges, mandarins provide a citrusy oil that is powerful and versatile. With a wide array of uses both casual and therapeutic, mandarin oil is ideal as an enhancement to orange oil or used on its own in similar applications. Even for those simply seeking contentment, the bright, lively aroma of mandarin oil can add some zest to your life.

Benefits

Mandarin oil supports the circulatory, digestive, nervous, and reproductive systems. Its antidepressant, antiseptic, and antispasmodic properties act as a cholagogue, can help address digestive issues, and serve as a nervine and sedative. According to studies, the nurturing, warming feeling imparted by mandarin oil offers a sense of well-being that can calm the temper, depression, anxiety, disturbed eating patterns, and hyperactivity in children.

How to Use

Mandarin oil is an uplifting essential oil that can greatly benefit one’s mood and feeling of wellness, either on its own or paired with other citrus-focused oils. Use topically as an uplifting mood enhancer. Ideal for use with a diffuser to brighten the mood of any household, or blend with other citrus oils to create custom massage oils. Dilute and spray lightly on linens to make them feel vibrant and fresh.

References

Battaglia, Salvatore; The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, 2nd Edition; Brisbane, Australia; The International Center of Holistic Aromatherapy; 2009.

Peppermint

Description

Minty, fresh, green, and pungent, there is nothing in the world like the taste and aroma of peppermint. Peppermint originated in North Africa and the Mediterranean, and is known for the peppery pungency that distinguishes it from other members of the mint family. Peppermint generally grows best in moist, shaded locations, and expands by underground rhizomes. In classical times, peppermint was beloved as an adornment as well as for flavoring. Today, peppermint is one of the best known flavors for a huge array of commercial products, including candy, gum, toothpaste, mouthwash, jelly, muscle pain medicine, and more. More than 80 percent of the world’s supply of peppermint comes from the United States, with the bulk of it grown in Washington, Oregon, and Indiana.

Benefits

Rich in alcohol, menthol and the ketone “menthone,” Peppermint oil can help support the nervous, digestive, respiratory and immune systems. Beneficial traits include analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiemetic, antifungal, antioxidant, antispasmodic, and antiviral properties. Can aid in addressing travel sickness, upset stomach, cramping, excess gas, nausea, and irritable bowel syndrome. In massage therapy, is beneficial in treating spasms, muscular stiffness, aches and pains, tight muscles, rheumatism, and swelling. In aromatherapy, is ideal for treating fatigue, nervous depression, lethargy, and apathy. Helps clear the mind, and is stimulating, invigorating and uplifting.

How to Use

Take advantage of the benefits of the refreshingly pungent peppermint oil by diluting in a bath or steam bath, perhaps blended with citrus oils, to help clear the mind and bring you renewed mental energy. Add a drop to warm water and drink to aid in settling the stomach and easing digestive symptoms. Place a drop on your toothbrush prior to applying your toothpaste to aid in its halitosis-fighting properties. Or use in a steamer or diffuser to clear your respiratory system and give yourself added vigor.

References

Battaglia, Salvatore; The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, 2nd Edition; Brisbane, Australia; The International Center of Holistic Aromatherapy; 2009.

https://naha.org/naha-blog/peppermint-safety-info