Petitgrain Essential Oil
Petitgrain oil, obtained from the bitter orange tree, has long been used in traditional health practices, for cleaning purposes, and its various internal advantages. Petitgrain oil, widely used in the perfume industry, offers a fresh, floral and often herbaceous scent that makes it special and useful in a variety of areas.
In the industry, the vast majority of essential oil from petitgrain is extracted from Citrus Aurantium subsp. Amara and its country of origin were usually identified.
Petitgrain oil uses and advantages are far-reaching and successful, from encouraging restful sleep to maintaining good cognitive function.
Method of Extraction
Plant Part Used
Leaves and Twigs
Clear with a Yellow Tinge
Petitgrain Essential Oil smells fresh, sweet, yet tart with subtle floral and woody characteristics.
The bitter orange tree has three essential oils. Petitgrain is extracted from the tree's leaves and branches, neroli essential oil is distilled from the seeds, and bitter orange oil is produced by pressing the fruit's rinds hard.
The bitter orange tree is a small evergreen that grows to a height of around 3 meters (10 ft.), but when growing in the wild it can grow up to 6 meters (20 ft.).
USES AND BENEFITS
If you want to develop a soothing, stimulating atmosphere, diffuse Petitgrain oil in the essential oil diffuser of your choosing. In order to further encourage healing, you can also blend Petitgrain with other soothing oils such as Bergamot, Lavender or Eucalyptus.
In the 19th century, the bitter orange tree was brought to Paraguay and now easily flourishes in this part of the world.
Petitgrain Essential Oil is a harmonized blend of soothing and cleansing properties. Integrate Petitgrain Essential Oil in your daily rituals and rejoice in its energizing benefits for your mind, body, and safety.