Get a FLAT 5% DISCOUNT on all Pickup Orders from our Dun Laoghaire location. Use the code PICKUP at checkout!



AW Lemon Essential Oil (10 ml)

Regular price €4.99

Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Customer Reviews

No reviews yet
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)

Ancient Wisdom Lemon Essential Oil (10 ml) 

Pure & Natural Essential Oils for Therapeutic, Aromatherapy, Cosmetic & Fragrancing Uses

Latin Name: Citrus Limon

Part Of Plant Used: Fruit Peel

Source: Italy

Extraction Method: Cold Expression

Lemon Essential Oil has a sharp fresh smell and is extracted from the fresh lemon fruit peel by cold expression. This oil is refreshing to the mind and sharpens concentration, so it is often preferred in room fresheners for offices and banks. It is believed to help with rheumatism, arthritis and gout. It has been used to cure skin troubles like abscesses, boils, carbuncles and acne. It boosts the immune system and cleanses the body.

When used in an oil burner (a few drops in water), the vapours of lemon oil are used for colds, laryngitis, headache and flu. Smelling the aroma is helpful for mental hiccups like depression, irritation, stress, lethargy and fatigue. It lifts the spirits and clears the mind. When a few drops are added to the bath or when blended into a massage oil, it is said to ease digestive problems, lack of energy, tiredness, infections, obesity, rheumatism, depression and stress. It is also used to help get rid of hangovers.  It is also helpful in treating hyperpigmentation and melasma, if applied in the naval button and left overnight. 

The lemon plant is native to India and maybe China and was brought to Europe by the Crusaders in the Middle Ages. Since the fruit has a good amount of vitamins A, B and C, an ounce a day was given to sailors to prevent scurvy, eye problems and other vitamin deficiencies. The first real lemon cultivation in Europe began in Genoa in the mid-fifteenth century. It was later introduced to America by Christopher Columbus. Spanish conquests helped spread the lemon seeds farther. Lemon was mainly used as an ornament and as medicine. 

Disclaimer: Any or all the benefits outlined here are not medical advice. The information provided above is based on research done through various websites on the internet and do not constitute the opinion of the author. If you have any specific medical conditions, please consult your doctor before consuming this. This is in no way a substitute to any medication prescribed by your doctor.