Lime Oil

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    Lime Oil

    High-quality lime oil sourced from quality growers to supply our customers with potent essential oil.

    • Lime Oil

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

    Lime Oil Ideas

    Authentic lime oil is extracted from the peels of lime by the process of cold compress. While its use is mostly constrained to culinary uses, it can be used as a bathing oil too. Since the texture of lime becomes smooth when used as an essential oil, it is safe for oral use for the buyers who have dental issues and have therefore been cleared off from the use of any citrus products. Lime (Citrus aurantiifolia), as many know is of islandic origin that could never be based in its best form cultivation-wise to any form of mainland regions. Lime oil is different from lemongrass and lemon oil. Like every citrus-scented oil, lime to has the exquisite role of manuring a feeling of alertness. It could be a massaging technique or vaporizer’s effect that can be used to bring the citruses of lime into the limelight!

    lime essential oil can be used:

    Ginger-lime scrub : The graininess to the mix is added by brown sugar and the quality by ginger and lime oil.

    Zen-feel-good blend: This blend is specially meant for behind-the-ears application and would involve the mixing of lime oil with grapefruit in a roller bottle.

    Lime oil can be used to remove stubborn spots of grease. can be added to regular shampoo in a customized quantity to enhance its anti-dandruff asset.

    Lime oil can be used in the gardening procedures as an organic pesticide to keep the ants off the surface of the skin of the stem. The ratio required for its effectiveness would be 1 1/2 tablespoon of lime oil in 1 quart of water. This info can be especially useful if you own a vineyard.

    Lime is ripened and is freshly available for sale in the months of May to October. The use of lime dates back to the 10th century when the Arabs introduced this fruit to the mainland of pharaohs - Egypt. It was only later during the 1400’s that lime became a grocery retreat in every store when Columbus spread its goodness with his second voyage.

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