Top 5 Recipes For Orange Essential Oil

Orange Oil

As I’ve been experimenting with different essential oils, I decided to try orange oil. Now, I usually am not a fan of oranges or orange juice but I read that it can be diffused for relaxation and even sleep. The more I looked into it, the more recipes I saw for everything from shampoo to flea spray. So, here is a list of the top 5 uses for orange essential oil:

1. Natural Shampoo

• 1 cup water
• 5 tablespoons raw honey
• 5 drops orange essential oil
• 5 drops lemon essential oil
• Glass bottle with dispenser

This isn’t a foaming wash, but it smells great. It also balances ph, restores moisture and fights dandruff.

2. Flea Spray (Dogs)

12 ounces water
1 tablespoons of castile soap
2 drops of orange essential oil
2 drops of lavender essential oil
2 drops of rosemary essential oil
2 tablespoons of witch hazel
3. Kitchen Cleaner

12 ounces water
1 glass spray bottle
2-3 drops orange essential oil
Dash of coconut oil
Make sure to test surfaces before use.

4. Mood Buster

Glass roll on bottle
10 drops orange essential oil
5 drops lavender essential oil
5 drops cedar wood essential oil
Fractionated coconut oil ( or jojoba, grape seed, whichever you prefer 😀)
Pop the roller top on and shake or roll with your palms and apply to the back of the neck, wrists or chest.
NOTE: Orange oil can cause photosensitivity. So it is suggested to wait 12hrs before going out in the sun.

5. Waffles!

Mix up a batch of waffles
3 drops orange oil

Enjoy

Author: gypsygina1

Sailor. Empath. Essential Oils Enthusiast. I am constantly searching for peace in myself and when I get a glimpse of it, I share it with whoever will listen.

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