Mandarin, Red Essential Oil

Citrus nobilis, True Mandarin, Satsuma

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  • Red Mandarin is a sweet, happy oil. Similar to Tangerine Essential oil, it uplifts our spirits, soothes the mind for a peaceful sleep, calms our digestion and helps us deal with stress.
    Farming MethodConventionally Farmed
    Country of OriginItaly
    Plant PartPeel
    Scientific NameCitrus reticulata
    Application Method Diffusion

  • Red Mandarin Essential Oil is a refreshing, uplifting oil that brings sunshine and peace to even the most trying day. Its aroma is bittersweet and citrusy with a bottom note that leaves you in a refreshing pool of sweetness. Red Mandarin is an excellent and delicious-smelling non-toxic choice for a peaceful nights sleep, soothing digestion and relaxing an anxious mind. It’s upbeat, sweet and very soothing to children. As a purifying oil, Red Mandarin helps to detoxify the body by cleansing waste products and toxins from the body and supports the natural cleansing functions of the kidneys and liver. Due to this detoxification effect, it also increases tissue blood flow and lymph drainage and may also help as a general blood purifier.

    Red Mandarin Oil has therapeutically similar benefits to Tangerine and Orange Oil, but its scent is considered tarter and more complex than Tangerine. Its calming properties are also more pronounced.

    Following is a list of conditions Red Mandarin Essential Oil addresses by category:

    Sleep aid for children and adults: Diffuse in room, Aromatic Bath.

    Flatulence, intestinal discomfort (for adults and children): Topical Application - rub on stomach.
    Anxiety and nerves: Diffusion.

    Lymph drainage and other circulatory issues: Whole Body Massage, Aromatic Bath.


  • For use on the skin (Topical Application), dilute up to 3-5% in any carrier oil.

    For Whole Body Massage, use essential oil up to 2% maximum in any carrier oil. 2% is approximately 1 teaspoon (5ml) of essential oil per 1 cup (250ml) of carrier oil, or about 10 drops essential oil to a tablespoon (15 ml) of carrier oil.

    Following is a list of conditions Tangerine Essential Oil addresses by category:

    Anxiety and nerves: Diffusion.

    Lymph drainage and other circulatory issues: Whole Body Massage, Aromatic Bath.

    Specific Safety Precautions

    Non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitizing. Mildly phototoxic. Avoid exposure to strong sunlight.


  • Traditional Lore

    The bright orange Mandarie fruit are believed to be named after Mandarin Chinese. Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine practitioners have used Mandarin peels for centuries to aid digestion and are symbols of good luck and fortune, given traditionally as gifts for Chinese New Year. Mandarine oil is a popular flavoring agent for candies, drinks and liquors.

    About the Plant

    Manderins grow on an evergreen tree, which grows up to 18 ft high. The tree has glossy leaves producing fragrant white flowers and bearing green fruits turning to orange when ripe. Although the Tangerine and Mandarine are very similar, the Tangerine fruit is larger than the Mandarin, and rounder, with a more yellow-hued skin.

    Where it Grows

    Native to southern China and the Far East. Brought to Europe in 1805 and to America forty years later.

    Family

    Rutaceae


  • Description of Scent

    Sweet and fresh

    Oils that Blend Well

    Bergamot, Cinnamon, Clove, Neroli, Nutmeg, Rose, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang.

    Note

    Middle

    Composition

    limonene, methyl methylanthranilate, geraniol, citral, citronellal.

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