Lemon adds a pleasant and healthful boost to water throughout the day. Lemon is regularly added to food as a taste enhancer in desserts and main courses. When consumed internally, lemon has cleaning and digestive properties. Lemon provides an energizing fragrance when diffused.
- Combine lemon oil and water in a spray bottle to clean tables, countertops, and other hard surfaces. Lemon oil also works well as a furniture polish when used with olive oil to clean, preserve, and shine wood finishes.
- Preserve and protect your leather furniture, other leather surfaces, and apparel with a cloth soaked in lemon oil.
- Lemon oil is an excellent cure for silver and other metals in the early stages of tarnish.
- Diffuse to generate a positive atmosphere.
Instructions for Use:
- Diffusion: Use three to four drops in your preferred diffuser.
- Dilute one drop in four fluid ounces of water for internal use.
- Apply one to two drops topically to appropriate location. Reduce any skin sensitivity by diluting with a carrier oil.
Skin sensitivity is a possibility. Keep out of children’s reach. Consult your physician if you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care. Keep away from the eyes, inner ears, and other sensitive regions. Avoid direct sunlight and UV rays for at least 12 hours following application.
Lemon has a fresh, energetic aroma that makes it a popular choice for cleansing applications or for infusing lotions and hair conditioners with an uplifting element.
Features & Advantages:
- Maintain a supply of Lemon for its refreshing, revitalizing, and stimulating aroma.
- Diffuse it to produce a more concentrated atmosphere.
- Create an inspiring atmosphere with its aroma.
- Lemon can be added to skin care products to assist in reducing the appearance of aging.
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Specifications and benefits:
- Has a citrus scent that is crisp and pure.
- Aroma that is both uplifting and energizing
- This product has the highest natural source of citral.
- Often referred to as the “queen of lemon herbs,”
- Diffuse to purify and cleanse the air
- Add a dash of lemon zest to Thieves Household Cleaner.
- Combine with YL’s Maximum Strength Acne products for clear, acne-free skin.
- Use as an energizing and delicious personal fragrance.
Q. Where does Lemon essential oil come from?
A. Lemon essential oil is extracted by cold pressing lemon rinds.
Q. My Lemon essential oil has a hazy appearance. Why is this the case?
A. Lemon essential oil may occasionally seem cloudy due to finely suspended natural waxes derived from the lemon peel rinds and the cold pressing process.
Q. How is Lemon essential oil different from Melissa essential oil?
A. Melissa essential oil is steam distilled from lemon balm and has a citrusy, grassy fragrance. Lemon essential oil is extracted from lemon rinds via cold pressing and has a typical lemon drop aroma. Additionally, each essential oil contains an own blend of components. Citral, limonene, and linalool are the primary components of Lemon essential oil. Citral, citronellal trace, linalool trace, 6-methyl-5-hepten-2-one, 2,3 dihydro-1,8-cineole, and myrcene are the primary ingredients of Melissa essential oil.
Q. How acidic is lemon essential oil?
A. Lemon essential oil is not acidic in nature.
Q. How many lemons are required to make 15 milliliters of Lemon essential oil?
A. Although the amount of oil extracted from each lemon varies, it typically takes between 50–100 lemons to produce 15 ml of oil.
Q. Is Lemon essential oil susceptible to oxidation?
A. As with all of Young Living’s 100% pure essential oils, oxidation is considerably minimized when Lemon essential oil is well sealed and stored upright in a dark glass bottle in a cool, shaded environment free of UV radiation.
Q. Is linalool present in lemon essential oil?
A. The essential oil of lemon contains linalool.