Latin name: citrus auramtium - Paraguay home
The bitter orange (citrus aurantium), also known as bitter orange or small grain bigarade, named after its berries, is a tree about 5 meters in height from China. They produced beautiful white flowers and small orange bitter. The essential oil of small grain bigarade is drawn from the distillation of leaves and twigs of the tree. Its scent is floral, slightly lemony. Its smell like enormously to children.
You can use it in cooking.
Uses of the oil:
- Calming nervous, sedative, antidepressant action, very powerful Balancing
- Antispasmodic neurotropic
- Antidepressants, psycho active
- Regenerating skin, revitalizing tissue
- Anti-infective, antibacterial
- All neurovégétatives dystonia:
. cardio-vascular tachycardia, arrhythmia, hypertension
. GI: stomach pain, colitis, acidity
. psychological stress, nervousness, anxiety, agitation, insomnia, depression
. lung: dyspnoea, asthma nervous
. sexual psychoses, obsessions
- Muscle spasms of nervous origin
- Rheumatism of nervous origin
- Acne, boils, sores, sweating, wounds, eczema, lichen
- In massage along the spine and the solar plexus for dystonia neurovégétatives plus 1 drop on the inner wrist
- Pursuant to the skin to regenerate, a few drops morning and evening
- In the bathroom: 5 drops in a tablespoon of vegetable oil, or three tablespoons of powdered milk, mix with the bath water (for a relaxing bath)
Precautions for use:
Not recommended during the first three months of pregnancy.
All tips that you find on the site www.bioterroir have an informational purposes, www.bioterroir does not replace traditional medicine. Essential oils contain active ingredients, we advise you to send medical specialists for their uses. Do not use on children under 36 months without a specialist's opinion and not let the essential oils within their reach.
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