Wild Orange Oil Product Description
With countless uses for the home, body, and mind, it is no wonder that Wild Orange essential oil is one of doTERRA’s top selling essential oils. The refreshing, sweet scent of Wild Orange makes it popular for aromatic and topical use, while the citrus flavor of the oil can add extra zing to any beverage, appetizer, or entrée. A truly versatile oil, doTERRA Wild Orange is vital for any essential oil collection.
doTERRA Wild Orange essential oil is definitely an oil you’ll want to have on hand at home and on-the-go. Once you start using Wild Orange, you’ll soon discover the limitless applications that have made this oil one of doTERRA’s most popular. With responsible sourcing, and intricate testing through CPTG Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade® methods, doTERRA works hard to ensure that each bottle of essential oil, including Wild Orange, is safe and of the highest quality. So, if you are looking for pure, potent Wild Orange essential oil, look no further.
Wild Orange Oil Uses and Benefits
- Possibly one of the most distinct characteristics of Wild Orange essential oil is its powerful scent. The strong, sweet, citrus aroma of Wild Orange makes it useful for purifying the air, promoting and energizing an uplifting environment, or simply creating a pleasant smell in the home. To harness the purifying power and aroma of Wild Orange essential oil, place a few drops on your air filter at home. This will improve your home’s scent while simultaneously purifying the air.
- Want to add the delicious taste of Wild Orange to your breakfast? We have the perfect recipes that will add a little zest to any morning when you might be feeling sluggish. If you are a fan of French toast, you will love this recipe for Wild Orange French Toast & Buttermilk Syrup. After experiencing the exciting twist on this classic recipe, you’ll never want to go back to eating plain French toast for breakfast. If you don’t have enough time to make French toast in the morning, you can make these Blueberry Wild Orange Muffins ahead of time and enjoy them all week! With other delicious flavors like cinnamon, blueberry, and coconut, these sweet little morsels will provide a peppy start to your day.
Looking for more Wild Orange essential oil recipes? We’ve got you covered! Check out these popular Wild Orange recipes from the blog:
Not only is Wild Orange essential oil useful in the kitchen, but there are plenty of Wild Orange DIY’s we know you’ll want to try. Here are a few of our favorites:
Fun Fact: Originating from Southeast Asia, oranges have been grown for centuries. In many cultures, orange trees are known as a symbol of love and marriage.
Citrus sinensis is an evergreen tree, also commonly referred to as the Sweet Orange tree. As the name suggests, the tree bears sweet fruit that has many uses—juices, marmalades or jellies, and flavoring for sweets and baked goods. Though there are vast uses for the fruit itself, it is from the rind of the fruit that doTERRA Wild Orange essential oil is extracted through the process of cold pressing. While the tree is thought to be native to Southeast Asia, doTERRA sources Wild Orange essential oil from the Dominican Republic.
Chemistry of Wild Orange Essential Oil
Main Chemical Components: Limonene
The primary chemical constituent of Wild Orange essential oil, Limonene, is a monoterpene that is known for its cleansing properties when used as a skin or surface cleanser, as well as its stimulating and enhancing effects on mood when used aromatically. This chemical profile is why Wild Orange essential oil is so useful in everyday life. The cleansing properties of the oil make Wild Orange useful for homemade cleaning agents. The stimulating effects of Limonene also make Wild Orange essential oilpopular for diffusing and topical application when users want to promote energizing or uplifting feelings.
Oils that blend well with Wild Orange Essential Oil
For a refreshing aroma, blend Wild Orange with Peppermint, Spearmint, Douglas Fir, or doTERRA Breathe®. To instantly recreate the smells of autumn, consider blending Wild Orange with warm, spicy essential oils like Cinnamon, Clove, Frankincense, or Cedarwood. When you want to invite the scents of spring into your home, blend Wild Orange with citrus and floral oils like Lime, Lemon, Grapefruit, Ylang Ylang, Bergamot, and Citrus Bliss®.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. Avoid sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after applying product.