Grapefruit essential oil, extracted from the Citrus paradisi fruit, is a vibrant and uplifting oil celebrated for its numerous health benefits. Bursting with invigorating citrus notes, this oil is a natural mood enhancer, promoting feelings of joy and vitality. Known for its potent antioxidant properties, Grapefruit oil supports immune function and detoxification. Its fresh aroma can aid in mental clarity and focus, making it an ideal companion for aromatherapy. Additionally, it has been linked to appetite suppression and weight management. Embrace the zesty vitality of Grapefruit essential oil, infusing your wellness routine with a burst of citrus-inspired well-being.
- treats athletes foot/ringworm
- reduce anxiety
- improve attention
- inhibits adipogenesis (formation of fat cells)
- reduces appetite
- insect repellent
- gets rid of head lice
- stimulate circulation
- increase energy
- enhance mood
- improve digestion
- reduces oil on oily hair and skin
- stimulates lymphatic system
- skin toner
- treats muscle fatigue, stiffness mixed with a carrier oil
- used to scent citrus perfumes,colognes, soaps, creams and lotions
- jet lag
- food preservative
Antioxidant , Antispasmodic , Antiviral , anti bacterial, anti microbial, anti fungal, stimulant.
How to use Grapefruit essential oil in a daily routine
The essential oil can be mixed with a carrier oil and used topically. The essential oil can also be used in a diffuser or essential oil burner or a few drops in a warm bath or on a pillow at night time, or on the inside of a shirt collar during the day.
Suggested ways to use Grapefruit essential oil in DIY products
Dilute and avoid sun exposure with topical use
Essential oil not for internal use
Not for use during pregnancy or lactation
Grapefruit has several well documented drug interactions; discuss with your Physician before use
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Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational and general informational purposes only and is not intended as, nor should it be considered a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.