Plantasia 100% Essential Oil - Orange
Made in Thailand
Most people are exposed to a small amount of orange oil when peeling orange peel. If you are not familiar with the uses and benefits of various essential oils, you may be surprised to know how many different common products have been used. Have you ever smelled like oranges with soap, detergent or kitchen cleaner? You can also find traces of orange oil in household and cosmetic products to improve their odor and cleansing ability. This is because
The benefits of sweet orange essential oil
The strong taste and aroma of the oil from the orange peel is concentrated in the orange essential oil, and the potent formula of the active ingredient of the orange is the reason for its therapeutic ability. The main active ingredients in orange oil are limonene (85-96% of the extract) and myrcene (0.5-3%). Limonene is considered to be a powerful antioxidant that can resist free radical damage that can cause various diseases. And inflammation, these compounds are considered to be a type of monoterpene, which is a dietary component of citrus oil that has been shown to have antitumor activity.
According to research, the benefits of orange oil include:
Anticancer tumor Enhanced loop Kill bacteria and pathogens Reduce wrinkles Improve skin tone Relieve anxiety Lowering high blood pressure As an all-natural way to improve immunity against various diseases, orange oil has been used in folk medicine throughout the Mediterranean, India and China; it has been popular for hundreds of years.
Throughout history, orange oil has been used to treat a wide range of conditions including: indigestion, chronic fatigue, depression, oral and skin infections, colds, flu and low libido. It is considered to be an effective antidepressant, preservative, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, deodorant, digestive stimulant and circulation enhancer. D-limonene, which contains more than 90% of orange peel oil, is a monoterpene which has strong chemopreventive activity due to its ability to reduce tumour growth in animal studies. Studies have shown that monoterpene blocks breast cancer, skin cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer, pancreatic cancer and gastric cancer.
The ability to fight carcinogenesis may be due to the induction of phase II carcinogen-metabolizing enzymes, which cause carcinogens to detoxify, and monoterpene also contributes to the induction of apoptosis and growth regulatory proteins.
Inhale directly from the aromatic vapor bottle, or add a few drops to the evaporator or diffuser to fill the room with odor.