Neroli oil is an essential oil that is extracted from the orange blossom. It has a sweet, floral scent and is used in aromatherapy. According to Loving Essential Oils, Neroli oil has a host of benefits, including reducing anxiety and uplifting mood. It also blends well with other essential oils when mixed.

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Neroli is a flowering tree in the citrus family, Rutaceae. The neroli plant originates from the Eastern Mediterranean region, but can be grown throughout most of the world. The neroli plant produces white flowers with a sweet scent that can be used to make perfumes and other fragrances.

Neroli essential oil is obtained from the steam distillation of the flowers of Citrus aurantium, or Seville oranges. The different grades vary in color from clear to pale yellow, with a light floral fragrance that has been described as similar to tea roses and jasmine – but more delicate than either of these two scents.

As the guide details, some benefits of neroli essential oil include its ability to help reduce anxiety and stress, improve sleep quality, and boost mood. It has a calming effect and can help to reduce stress levels and depression.

Neroli oil is also said to be helpful in weight loss as it is thought to speed up the metabolism and burn calories. It has anti-inflammatory properties can help to reduce inflammation, fight free radicals, and reduce stress levels. Additionally, neroli oil is helpful for skin conditions and may reduce the appearance of wrinkles and scars.

Diffuse neroli oil to create a relaxing environment, to relieve stress, and to improve sleep quality. The oil has a fresh floral fragrance with hints of mandarin and lemon as well as a subtle woody undertone.

Loving Essential Oils has an additional guide on Making and Using a Neroli Roll On. Essential oil users can find the tutorial here:

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