neroli oil


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neroli oil

[′nər·ə·lē ‚ȯil]
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Neroli (Citrus aurantium) Larengue: The Neroli tree produces a bitter orange that is extracted for its juice and oil, the leaves produce the prized Neroli oil. Neroli makes you feel good.
The cologne marries a selection of notes from around the world, including bergamot and mandarin oils from Sicily, neroli oil from Tunisia and cardamom oil from Guatemala.
Frankincense and neroli oil will put a spring bloom into ashy winter skin.
She also uses black pepper as a blood vessel dilator, peppermint for headache, rosemary for bursitis, eucalyptus for colds and neroli oil as a fragrant relaxant.
This also has skin softening sweet almond oil and calming neroli oil.
Other natural sedatives that can be vaporised, used in a bath, used as a massage oil or applied to a pillow before bed include frankincense, marjoram, sandalwood, neroli oil and vetiver, which is used by aromatherapists to help reduce nervous tension.