Name Mandarin Essential Oil, Red, Italy
Category Essential Oils
Species Citrus deliciosa Tenore (C. reticulata Blanco) var. Pongan, fam. Rutaceae
Method Cold Pressed
Mandarin Essential Oil, Red, Italy
Mandarin Essential Oil, Red, (Citrus deliciosa), from the fruit may help acne, digestive problems, fluid retention, insomnia, intestinal problems, skin problems and more.
Action: Mandarin is a light antispasmodic, a digestive tonic (digestoid), is antiseptic, antifungal, and stimulates the gallbladder.
Traditional Uses: Mandarin fruit was traditionally given to Imperial Chinese officals named the Mandarins.
Other Uses: Mandarin oil may help acne, digestive problems, fluid retention, insomnia, intestinal problems, skin problems (congested and oily skin, scars, spots), tones the skin, diminishes stretch marks (when combined with either Jasmine oil, Lavender oil, Sandalwood oil, and/or Frankincense oil), calms nervous tension, and restlessness. Recommended for children and pregnant women because it is very gentle.
Application: Diffuse or apply topically.
Fragrant Influence: It is appeasing, gentle, and promotes happiness.
Safety Data: If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physican.
NOTE: Photo-sensitizing. Avoid direct sunlight for 3 days after use.
Companion Oils: Cinnamon oil, Clove oil, Lavender oil, Neroli oil, Nutmeg oil, Citrus oils, (Lemon oil, Orange oil, etc.) and spice oils.
Mandarin Essential Oil, Red Italy is a descendant of the indigenous fruit from South China. Red Mandarin is also a European ancestor to the American Tangerine. Not surprisingly there are subtle similarities and differences both analytically and in scent and flavor. The Red Mandarin has both an attractive aroma and color. Like other dark citrus oils it is orange brown or almost red. The scent is very sweet and faintly floral like orange blossoms. Often in Mandarins there is very slight fishy note that quickly subsides. It is due to the natural constituent, methyl-N-methyl-anthranilate affecting the odor even in trace amounts. This particular Red Mandarin does not have this amine like topmote. Italian Mandarins are considered superior in this industry. While committed to keeping prices reasonable but of late Red Mandarin has been going up because of a weakening US dollar.
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