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Neroli Essential Oil BIO (Citrus Aurantium) - FLE062

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The Neroli essential oil ( Citrus aurantium ) is 100% organic and 100% natural. It is obtained by steam distillation of the flower. This plant is cultivated in Morocco and Tunisia.

This organic essential oil is a HEBBD oil (Botanically and Biochemically Defined Essential Oil). This product is classified as a natural aroma (edible).

In the rutaceae family, bitter orange tree, also called bigarade tree, has aromatic leaves, flowers and fruits. Neroli flowers offer a precious essential oil, valued in the perfume industry.

Neroli is one of the most popular essential oils, due to its sweet, floral, spicey facets, slightly haunting aroma and excellent therapeutic and cosmetic qualities. Used for its antidepressant, antiseptic, anti-infectious, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, bactericidal and carminative properties, on the skin, Neroli oil can help regenerate skin cells and is a rejuvenating oil useful to prevent ugly scar tissue, promote a smoother skin, fight stretch marks and broken capillaries. The perfect skin care oil.

Contraindications: Non toxic, non irritant, possibly sensitising in some individuals.

Major biochemical compounds: Linalool, limonene, β-pinene, trans-β-ocimene, linalyl acetate

Perfumery Note Middle
Aroma Exotic, floral, sensual, slightly citrus, sweet
Color Pale yellow to amber yellow
Allergens Linalol (26,00 to 44,00%), D-limonene (9,00 to 20,00%), farnesol (≤ 5,00%), geraniol (≤ 4,00%), Citral (geranial + neral) (≤ 0,10%)
Therapeutic Benefit Powerful anti-depressant. Use in times of shock and trauma. High vibrational.
Country of origin Morocco, Tunisia
Cultivation mode Cultivated
Organic Concentration 100%
Density to 20°C (g/cm³ ) 0.8664
Volume (g/ml) 2 g/2.31 ml, 5 g/ 5.79 ml, 15 g/17.36 ml
Preservative without
Extraction process Steam distillation
Part of the plant Flower
100% Natural
No animal testing
Food Grade

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