Where Wild Orange comes from – Cold pressed from rind.
What Wild Orange contains – Anticancer, antidepressant, anti-septic, antispasmodic, digestive, sedative, and tonic.
What Wild Orange is used for – Palpitations, scurvy, jaundice, bleeding, heartburn, relaxed throat, prolapse of the uterus and the anus, diarrhea, angina (false), cardiac spasm, constipation, dyspepsia, insomnia, menopause, anxiety, appetite, bones (rickety), bronchitis, colds, colic (dilute for infants), complexion (dull and oily, dermatitis, digestive system, fever, flu, lowers high cholesterol, mouth ulcers, muscle soreness, obesity, sedation, tissue repair, water retention, and wrinkles.
What Wild Orange does when diffused – Calming and uplifting to the mind and body.
Wild Orange safety – Avoid direct sunlight for 12 hours after use. Do not use as dietary supplement for children under 6 years old.
How to apply Wild Orange –
- Topically – Can be applied with no dilution to reflex points and directly on area of concern.
- Aromatically – Diffuse wild orange essential oil.
- Internally – Dilute one drop oil in 1 tsp. honey or 4 oz. of beverage.