Known as Citrus Aurantium botanically, its common name is bitter orange and is native to South East Asia. The extract is prepared by the hydro distillation of Citrusaurantium. The fragrance that rises from the extract has a sweet and sensual nature has the power to sooth and relaxes the human mind. It has been extensively used in aromatherapy applications.
Common Names: Seville Orange, Nerolibigarade, Orange Flower
Blends With: Sandalwood, Ylangylang, Coriander, Jasmine, Chamomile, Rose, Bay, Hyssop, Lavender, Clary Sage, Lavandin, Bergamot, Lemon, Lime, Laurel, Cinnamon, Geranium and Clove
Constituents: Linalool (28 to 45%), Limonene (9 Tto 18%), Geraniol, A-Terpineol, Beta (E)-Ocimene, ß-Pinene (7 to 17%), Linalyl Acetate (3 to 15%)
- Since it has a relaxing, soothing, sensual and exotic aroma, it is used in aromatherapy
- It can be used to add pleasant fragrance to homes
- It can have calming effect on nerves