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Essential Oils

All oils here are the finest quality available in the aromatherapy world. Some of the oils can be taken internally or used in salad dressings or other culinary preparations. A few oils should not be taken internally, even in small amounts. The red line on our label is warning not to ingest the oil.

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Sweet Orange Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Sweet orange has a wonderful citrus aroma and blends well with many other oils. For instance, mixing it with cinnamon bark essential oil can extend the efficiency without sacrificing therapeutic value. Since the concentration needed for health benefits is very tiny, using a high quality but less expensive oil to stretch the cinnamon or cloves is practical. On its own, sweet orange is carminative and bactericidal. It blends well with others citrus oils as well as members of ginger family and nutmeg.

Contains: oil expressed from peels of orange Citrus sinesis.

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Sacred Medicine Sanctuary
Poulsbo, Washington

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