The essential oil neroli 5ML is rich in linalool, a molecule characterized by its bactericidal and mycobactericidal properties.
Hepatic and pancreatic tonic
The essential oil neroli for the well-being
The synergy of molecules contained in neroli oil promotes vasodilatation by increasing the diameter of blood vessels, which contributes to nervous calming.
Linalool has anxiolytic properties: it inhibits the release of certain neurotransmitters (such as acetylcholine) involved in nervous balance.
Emotional shocks and difficult events
Hyperactivity (including children)
Sleep: insomnia and difficulty falling asleep
Indications of neroli essential oil
Thanks to the many properties described above, neroli oil has multiple indications.
Neroli essential oil for health
The contribution of the essential oil to the antioxidant system makes it possible to increase the overall immune response to external aggressions. It can be used in case of viral or bacterial infections.
Acne, dermatosis (psoriasis, eczema, impetigo), and wrinkles
Thanks to its antibacterial, antioxidant, and especially skin regenerating properties, neroli oil can help skin problems disappear.
Palpitations (of nervous origin) and hypertension
Neroli essential oil can calm these minor blood circulation disorders thanks to its nerve balancing activity.
Uses of neroli essential oil
Neroli essential oil can be used in different ways for a wide spectrum of diseases and symptoms. Nevertheless, in case of doubt, it is recommended to contact a professional in order to gather personalized and secure information, adapted to your medical situation, your profile, and your age.
Cutaneous application, massage
For all skin problems, dilute one drop of essential oil with four drops of vegetable oil, then apply and massage the area concerned (or 1 drop directly on an isolated and small area).
Acne: dilute in vegetable oil and apply to the face (or 1 drop directly on an isolated pimple).
Dermatosis (skin condition: psoriasis, eczema, impetigo, etc): dilute in vegetable oil and apply to the affected area.
Damaged, dry, thin skin: dilute in vegetable oil and apply on the concerned part.
Wrinkles: dilute in vegetable oil or cream and apply on the concerned part.
The oral way is possible but must be the subject of a preliminary consultation with a therapist: the oil of néroli can be nephrotoxic after ingestion in the strong dose and over a long period.
Against palpitations and to promote well-being, it is possible to use the essential oil of neroli by :
Wet inhalation: dilute a few drops of neroli essential oil in a container of hot water and then inhale the vapors;
Dry inhalation: apply a few drops of neroli essential oil on a handkerchief, a pebble, or on the inside of the wrists then breathe from time to time.
Palpitation of nervous origin: apply 1 to 2 drops on the inside of the wrists.
Hypertension of nervous origin: apply 1 to 2 drops on the inside of the wrists.
Neroli essential oil is one of the oils fully compatible with diffusion, but it’s very expensive price will dissuade more than one to privilege this mode of use. To fight against infections, palpitations and promote well-being (anxiety, depression, fatigue …), dilute to 10% with other essential oils and then choose one of the following modes of diffusion:
The diffusion by nebulization. These diffusers, which propel the essential oil by a pump, are the most effective, but their price is generally high and they can be more or less noisy.
Ultra-sound diffusion (misting). Less powerful, these diffusers are still effective for benefiting from the effects of the essential oil in closed rooms.
Diffusion by gentle heat. Pour a few drops of essential oil into the small receptacle of these diffusers. Under the effect of heat, the volatile aromatic particles will mix with the atmosphere. To be used ideally in a small closed room.
Precautions for use of the essential oil of neroli
The essential oil of neroli can be used by pregnant and nursing women, as well as by children from birth.
Because of its high price, the use of neroli is primarily in an olfactory way. Nevertheless, the essential oil of neroli has a very good skin tolerance.
Note: the essential oil of neroli is derived from the distillation of fresh flowers of the bitter orange tree. Neroli is expensive because it is necessary to distill a ton of flowers to obtain one kilo of essential oil. The bitter orange tree is also used to produce the essential oil of Petitgrain bigarade (from the leaves and twigs) and the essence of bitter orange (by cold expression of the peel).
Caution: The properties and indications mentioned in this sheet are based on a body of research that presents a traditional use of essential oil, recognized by experts in aromatherapy.
Nevertheless, it remains recommended for the use of essential oils to address a professional of aromatherapy in order to collect personalized and secure information, adapted to your medical situation, your profile, and your age.
This essential oil is :
– to relax, to unwind.
The product is commercialized in partnership with Rouhennabta