Petitgrain Essential Oil

Petitgrain Essential OilPetitgrain essential oil is distilled from the Seville orange tree. It is extracted from the leaves and twigs.

Prior to this century, the tiny green unripe fruits of the tree were used to obtain the oil, giving it the name petit-grain, or “Little berry.”

Petitgrain’s perfume is sweet and green, with sharper under-notes of citrus. It blends will with bergamot, clary sage, geranium, lavender, and wild orange.

Uses:

Petitgrain is an antiseptic tonic and sebum regulator for oily skin and hair; it is particularly beneficial for oil dandruff and acne.

It is lovely to use in baths and blends as an antiperspirant and deodorant.

Petitgrain is useful in perfume blends to add a fresh citrus note and to act as a middle-note moderator, balancing the top and base notes.

Petitgrain is helpful to people recovering from severe or long illness, as it has a mildly stimulating effect on the immune system, lifts the spirits and eases nervous indigestion ad flatulence.

It changes the feeling of wanting to be alone to one of sociability. Petitgrain clears the conscious mind and leaves it bright, cheerful and aware. It has a gentle sedative effect that soothes anger and panic.

Information in this blog is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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