Grapefruit Oil

    10ml
    • Overview
    • Ingredients
    • Instructions
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    Grapefruit Oil

    Grapefruit oil contains limonene, myrcene, and thujene. These compounds limonene is a naturally occurring terpene that can be found in the peel of most citrus fruits. In addition to being good for digestion, limonene helps the preparations in eliminating toxins from the body.

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    • Grapefruit Oil
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    Dose: Up to 2 to 3 drops per day massaged into the skin or diluted into a carrier oil


    Grapefruit Oil Facts

    Grapefruit or Citrus Racemosa is a pure-bred fruit that is grown in India and Jamaica. Grapefruit oil is extracted from the peel of the fruit. Grapefruit essential oil works by dilating the vessels that become constricted due to stress and tiredness. Stress is usually felt at different levels depending on how stressful your life is. Stress isn’t something that becomes noticeable at first but it does reassure its presence with a loss in the appetite and joint pain. Grapefruit oil can be added to any cream or lotion for topical use. For oral consumption, it is advisable to use the oil with patchouli essential oil. In a diluted form, grapefruit oil would reduce the gusto in men and women who aren’t looking forward to any unhealthiness in the future.

    Myrcene, on the other hand, deals with most of the urinary tract problems. Renal issues can be considered a major cause behind the incidence of chronic conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and piles. Extracted by the method of cold-compress, it is easy to find the benefits of thujene in an infusion. It can be used as an aid in settling of inflammation or infection. You can also use grapefruit oil as a blend along with the other oils of lesser density such as the olive oil. Grapefruit oil has a tangy aroma to it that can be benefitted from when used in a vaporizer for the social gatherings.

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