Pure Lime Essential Oil: A Natural and Effective Aromatherapy Oil
Our pure lime essential oil is extracted from the peel of the fruit by cold pressing. This method preserves the oil’s natural properties and gives it a sharp, citrusy aroma that can help to improve your mood, boost your energy levels, and relieve stress.
Lime essential oil is also a popular choice for aromatherapy. When diffused in the air, it can help to create a refreshing and uplifting atmosphere. It can also be used in massage oils and body lotions to help improve skin health.
If you’re looking for a natural and effective way to improve your overall well-being, our pure lime essential oil is a great option. It’s perfect for aromatherapy, massage, and other uses. Order your bottle today!
The following information has been provided by the manufacturer of this product.
Lime Essential Oil is obtained from Citrus Aurantifolia, also known as Mexican or West Indian lime, or sour lime. The oil is extracted from the peel of the unripe skin by cold expression or from the peel and/or the whole ripe fruit by steam distillation.
Lime oil has a sharp, citrus smell that immediately perks up one’s mood on smelling it, and is pale yellow to light olive in colour.
Lime oil, when used in an oil burner, stimulates a tired mind and helps ease anxiety, apathy, and depression. It is useful to reduce fevers associated with colds, sore throats, and flu. It increases immunity while easing coughs, bronchitis, sinusitis, and asthma.
Lime is said to be helpful for arthritis, rheumatism and poor circulation, as well as for obesity and cellulite. This oil is good for the skin; it reduces oiliness and acne, helps with herpes, insect bites and cuts. However, the oil that is obtained by cold expression (as opposed to steam distillation) can cause photo-sensitivity and irritate the skin.
Limes are originally from Asia, but they are now grown in most warm countries like Italy, the West Indies, and the Americas. The lime is green when raw and ripens to yellow, and usually measures about two inches in diameter.
Limes were introduced into Europe by the Moors and from there it migrated to the Americas. People often carried limes on long ship journeys to prevent sailors from getting scurvy from Vitamin C deficiency. It is now believed that limes have a lower Vitamin C content than lemons.
Disclaimer: please seek guidance from a suitably qualified practitioner before using essential oils. Not all oils are suitable for everyone, and some should not be used on children, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and those with certain medical conditions or on medication. We are not medically qualified and cannot advise you on this. Use of essential oils is at your own risk, and we cannot accept any liability for misuse or for any consequences resulting from their use.
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Latin Name: Citrus Aurantifolia
Part Of Plant Used: Fruit Peel
Extraction Method: Cold Expression
Brand: Ancient Wisdom