Wild Orange Essential Oil

Wild Orange Essential Oil

Orange Essential OilStrengthen your Second Ckakra: uplift, renew and energize with Wild Orange Essential Oil!

I love all citrus smells, I find them very mood uplifting, cheerful and fun!

Wild orange essential oil is one of them. Its smell is sweet, fresh, citrus. Let me share with you some interesting info about is as well as why I use during sessions and how you can use it at home in order to heal and balance your life.

I use Wild Orange Essential Oil during many of my healing sessions, such as Reiki, Meditations, Spiritual Hypnotherapy, Angel and Tarot Readings and others. In particular, I use Wild Orange Essential Oil to cleanse and purify my environment and to providing an uplifting experience to my mind, body and spirit. I also use this oil in my healing sessions as it matches our Second Chakra of unlocking Creativity and Joy center.

Through the Second Chakra, the qualities of movement and energy flow is showcased. All of our feelings, emotions, and our attachments to people exude from this Chakra and through encouraging this Chakra all these positive energies get expressed. Without the use of Wild Orange Essential Oil, and the development of the Second Chakra, our energies become less positive leading to stunted emotional growth and a disconnection from our joys and passions.

Here are some ways you can use Wild Orange Essential Oils to heal and balance your Second chakra

Over a 21 day period, you should complete this exercise to invite the energies of passion, joy and creativity into your life and allow a profound healing to occur.

Place a drop of Wild Orange Essential Oil into your palms and gently rub your hands together. Put hands close to your face and inhale deeply a few times. Repeat the following affirmation over a 3 minute period.

  • I am joyful. I am passionate. I am creative.
  • I am a creature of light, open to the magic of the universe.
  • I am grateful for the joy of being me.
  • I am a creature of light, open to the magic of the universe.
  • I deserve pleasure in my life. My life is graceful and pleasurable.
  • I receive pleasure and abundance with every breath I take.
  • I embrace and celebrate by sexuality. My sexuality is sacred.
  • I move easily and effortlessly within the flow of my life.
  • I welcome change and freely let go of what I don’t need.
  • I trust the universe to supply my abundance and prosperity. The universe is full of sweetness and beauty.
  • Rub your shoulders and neck, allowing the Wild Orange Essential Oil to infuse you with positivity. Keep breathing deeply and finish by meditating for a few minutes on creativity, joy and passion!

    Other uses of Wild Orange Essential Oil

    Through Diffusion, and making Wild Orange Essential Oils a part of your daily morning routine, you can start your day off with an inspiring boost of citrus aroma. Wild Orange, like other citrus oils, can cause photosensitivity, so avoid using it on skin which is directly exposed to the sun.

    IMG_2326-for webDiffuse Orange essential oil in your children’s play areas. They’ll love the sweet, playful scent! You can also mix Orange with other Essential oils to increase its potency and sense of joy it brings. Mix it with Lime/Lemon or Grapefruit for a sunny warm weather scent or with Cinnamon over the Christmas period. You can also use it to keep your clothes smelling fresh in your wardrobes by spritzing a Wild Orange Essential Oil and Water solution over your clothing.

    On the picture is a cake I made adding just a single drop of Orange essential oil to the creme. 🙂

    You are welcome to purchase oils from me or from my website: www.mydoterra.com/mariasidorova

    If you love oils and want to benefit from using them regularly, I would like to show you how you can save by buying wholesale, please contact me for more information.

    Please review my Disclaimer on the use of Essential Oils, as discussed on this website.

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    How do you love to use and heal with Wild Orange Essential Oil?

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    8 Comments

    1. PRO100 July 6, 2016 at 4:25 am - Reply

      I have read to use a couple drops of orange oil on your toothbrush for natural teeth whitening. Is this safe to do?

      • Maria Sidorova July 19, 2016 at 6:18 pm - Reply

        Thank you so much for the opportunity to clarify further my experience with Essential Oils. It has been my experience that the use of citruses is a good source for teeth whitening. Orange Peel oil is used in doTERRA’s OnGuard whitening toothpaste along with many other oils. However I cannot say for certain that it will give you the desired effect as it is not something I have actively researched in the past. I would imagine that it may vary depending on the oil strength, its qualities and source. I would advise you to always purchase your Essential Oils for doTERRA as these are oils which I use in my spiritual practice but where you have doubts, to contact your essential oil company you bought oils from and ask them to clarify their usages.

    2. ArtMoney July 11, 2016 at 7:52 am - Reply

      You can also purify your home by diffusing wild orange essential oil into the air. Or you can spray some into your car, and it can double up as a non-toxic air freshener.

    3. Check July 18, 2016 at 12:26 pm - Reply

      Orange essential oil displays photo-toxicity. It tastes bitter and if ingested in large quantities, it may result in vomiting, nausea, and loss of appetite.

      • Maria Sidorova July 19, 2016 at 6:16 pm - Reply

        Thank you so much for the opportunity to clarify further my experience with Essential Oils. You are absolutely correct, Orange Essential oils can taste bitter and in some cases cause vomiting, nausea and loss of appetite if ingested in large quantities. However this is the case with many essential oils and why it is important to only use Essential Oils only as directed.

        In the case of Orange Essential oil, using a single drop or two is more than enough to achieve the desired outcome. For instance, during your meals, I used just 1 drop of Orange essential oil to enhance my cakes or my morning cereal, as it’s not only makes them delicious and uplifting, but also is a great source of vitamin C!

        Before applying any of the essential oils on your skin, you should check your reaction on it on a small patch of skin first. If chosen pure oil is too strong for you, please add fractioned coconut oil to dilute it.

        As Essential Oils are concentrated forms, they should never be ingested in isolation without other food. Using it as directed however in small quantities of one to two drops will provide you with a great source of Vitamin C.

        I would be grateful if you could link the article on Orange Essential oil photo toxicity! It is always good to expand one’s learning opportunities.

    4. Ammy A. July 25, 2016 at 1:47 pm - Reply

      Essential Oil of Orange can help with many of the problems, such as high blood pressure, heart health, and stomach aches, since it relaxes the abdominal and anal muscles, thereby letting the gas escape. Furthermore, it does not let additional gas form.

    5. JekN August 6, 2016 at 10:17 am - Reply

      Please site the science studies that support these statement that orange oil causes an increase in the sense of well-being, mood elevation, or happy feelings.

      • Maria Sidorova August 6, 2016 at 3:47 pm - Reply

        There are tons of studies and research done on Essential Oils and Orange Essential Oil in particular. Here are just a few of them. You are very welcome to check them out yourself 🙂

        * “Ambient odor of orange in a dental office reduces anxiety and improves mood in female patients” by Lehrner J, Eckersberger C, Walla P, Pötsch G, Deecke L., Physiology and Behavior, 2000

        * “A systematic review on the anxiolytic effects of aromatherapy in people with anxiety symptoms” by Lee YL, Wu Y, Tsang HW, Leung AY, Cheung WM
        Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 2011

        * “The effects of sleep and touch therapy on symptoms of fibromyalgia and depression” by Demirbağ B, Erci B., Iranian Journal of Public Health, 2012

        * “Effect of sweet orange aroma on experimental anxiety in humans” by Goes TC, Antunes FD, Alves PB, Teixeira-Silva F., The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

        * “Aromatherapy With Citrus Aurantium Oil and Anxiety During the First Stage of Labor” by Namazi M, Amir Ali Akbari S, Mojab F, Talebi A, Alavi Majd H, Jannesari S., Iranian Red Crescent Medical Journal, 2014….

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