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The bitter, deliciously fresh and sweet-citrus aroma of
lemon oil, albeit cold in nature, immediately brings about associations with
sunny southern countries and the unique freshness of young herbs. This
essential oil, which is obtained mainly from lemon peel, either by the standard
method of steam distillation or by pressing, began to be produced back in the
16th century. And since then it has been one of the most popular oils in the
world, and also quite affordable.
Lemon has the most bitter and tart aroma from the entire
group of citrus esters.
Since all the representatives of the citrus group are characterized
by bright aromas, it is categorically not recommended to combine them (the
exception is orange oil, obtained from orange peel and neroli, obtained from
orange flowers, which combine perfectly with each other).
In perfumery and essential compositions, lemon notes are
always top, quickly disappearing tones.
All coniferous woody as well as rich and easily recognizable
aromas of ylang-ylang, geranium, lavender and palmarosa possess complementary
aromas with respect to lemon.
Lemon aroma refers to the aromas of the moon, which are
responsible for intuition, dreams and spiritual development.
This is a great natural adaptogen that helps to adapt to
climatic and social changes.
Bright, bitter, but such an invigorating aroma of lemon
prompts creativity and vigorous activity.
This oil restores a positive attitude, helps to get out of
stressful and depressive states. Promotes active life changes, increasing
concentration and restoring mental strength.
This is the most powerful of all esters, a remedy for
vegetovascular dystonia and circulatory disorders. It not only helps restore
the normal functioning of the circulatory system, but also eliminates the
manifestations of VVD - nausea, headaches, dizziness.
By strengthening the walls of blood vessels, lemon essential
oil promotes their rejuvenation, preventing the development of atherosclerosis
and varicose veins, normalizes blood composition and metabolism.
Like most citrus oils, lemon is effective for overweight and
obesity, has a diuretic and choleretic effect, while also promoting the
dissolution of stones with systemic use.
Antibacterial, antiviral, immuno-strengthening and healing
effects help to cope with bleeding gums, cracks and cuts, boils, eczema, lichens
It is also effective for fevers, flu, sore throat, and small
compresses relieve eye fatigue.
Eliminates the effects of an overdose of caffeine or
Lemon oil is one of the most active cosmetic additives.
As part of hand cream, it also effectively strengthens
nails, and in hair products it causes their gradual natural lightening.
This oil is actively used as a room flavor for a quick
refreshing effect, eliminating unpleasant odors.
Lemon oil is also a natural counterpart to mosquito
repellents and moths.
In cooking, they enhance the aroma of lemon mixtures, and
also emphasize the lemon character of pastries and puddings, jellies and
When applying oil to the skin, a completely natural burning
sensation occurs, which usually lasts up to 3 minutes.
The only contraindication for the use of this ether is an
allergy to citrus fruits. You also need to consider that, like all oils in this
group, it provokes photo-burns.
Since lemon oil is very volatile, the bottle should be
tightly closed, and when applied, slightly increase the standard dosage.