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Petitgrain (Citrus aurantium)
Petitgrain (Citrus aurantium)

* (Sizes) Petitgrain


Origin: Italy
Family: Labiatae
Process: Steam distilled-leaves-twigs

Description: This essential oil has a light fresh flowery perfume smell. It is used extensively in perfumes, and if one cannot afford Neroli essential oil you can blend Petitgrain and a few drops of Orange for a scent that is very close to Neroli.

The essential oil contains geraniol, linalool, nerol, terpineol, citral, camphene, limonene, among others.

Some aromatherapy uses are for: insomnia, depression, deodorant, tonic for the skin, and acne.

Product Application:
Essential oils should never be applied directly on the skin without diluting properly, usually blending with a carrier oil.

Petitgrain-1 ml. -             $7.00 - Sample
Petitgrain-2 ml. -             $7.90
Petitgrain-4 ml. -             $9.45
Petitgrain-10 ml. -           $14.10
Petitgrain-15 ml. -           $18.00
Petitgrain-1 oz. -             $29.35
Petitgrain-2 oz. -             $52.35


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diagnosis or medical treatment. Its intent is solely informational and educational.

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