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Organic orange Organic Blood Orange Essential Oil

This joyful, energetic scent reminds me of aristocracy and royalty, partly because of the Orangerie built by the Sun King at Versailles. It is also of course an excellent Sun scent, with the Sun ability to give us a warm feeling of safety (and thus protection) without smothering and to turn us back to the center, to what is important. I always think of orange as lemon brought to fruition, and for that reason I see it is a citrus oil that although associated with the Sun can still be used in Full Moon work--especially this version, with its connections to blood. Some identify the orange with the golden apple that Juno gave to Jupiter on the day of their wedding, so you might consider this scent for any work that involves the joining of two forces. Relaxing and emotionally uplifting, as one would expect from a Sun scent, this fragrance is also good for soothing nervousness and anxiety. But don't wear oils with orange on your skin if you are going outside - it can cause a sunburn. Steam-distilled from organic Citrus auranteum in Italy.Top

Combining With Other Essential Oils

The natural fragrance of blood orange has more of a tangerine fragrance than regular sweet orange. It combines well with the scents of amyris, beeswax, benzoin, bergamot, black pepper, cardamom, cassia, champaca, cinnamon, clary sage, coriander, fennel, frankincense, galbanum, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, jasmine, juniper, labdanum, lemon, mandarin orange, mimosa, marjoram, neroli, patchouli, petitgrain, rose, rosewood, rue, sandalwood, spruce, tangerine, tonka bean, turmeric, vanilla, vetiver, violet leaf, and ylang ylang. Top

Organic Blood Orange Essential Oil (Italy)
5 ml $12.00


 
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Uses in Witchcraft & Magic:

Protection Spells
Centering
Joining Two Energies
Full Moon Work
Perfumes of the Sun

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