Lemon Oil 15ml

Clarifies & Promotes Well Being

  • Boost your immune system
  • Help relieve sore throat, mouth inflammations and tonsillitis
  • Can be a helpful disinfectant for chopping boards and countertops
  • 100% pure species of Citrus Limon


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Lemon Oil 15ml – Enjoy the zesty, sweet, nutrient packed goodness of Lemon Essential Oil that is obtained in the purest form from a small evergreen tree that reaches a height of 5 or 6 meters and usually has sharp thorny twigs bearing oval shaped, dark green leaves.

Italy is the optimal harvesting ground as the transport offers the tasty, citrus fruits to ripen offering the fruits to reach the highest juice content for the premium Lemon Essential Oil.

Additional information

Weight 0.11875 lbs

How to Use

NEAT: Lemon can be used directly on skin, but may be irritating NEAT. NEAT means full strength. Use wisely as it is not appropriate to use any Essential Oil in the immediate eye area or on sensitive areas. It is safe to apply this oil NEAT on the bottoms of feet, palms of hands & wrists pulse points if no restrictions on use have been given by your physician.

Dilute: Since this Essential Oil is very POTENT, you will generate beneficial results by diluting it in carrier oil. We recommend Chaé’s Brain & Body Boost as the fractionated coconut essential fatty acids are scent free. The small molecules of this coconut oil are ideal for helping transport the benefits of the Essential Oils. Put 1 tsp. of Brain & Body Boost in the palm of hand and add a drop of Essential Oil(s) and rub on desired non-sensitive areas.

Diffuse: Add drops as desired to your diffusing method of choice and enjoy.

PREGNANCY: There is warranted caution to be very careful during pregnancy. Please consult your physician prior to use. If told not to apply to skin, then inquire regarding permission to smell the Essential Oil.

PHOTOTOXICITY/SKIN SENSITIVITY: Even though our Lemon is not considered a high photosensitive Essential Oil, it can also be irritating NEAT. It is advised not to apply any Essential Oil on areas that are immediately being exposed to direct UVA, UVB radiation unless highly diluted with a carrier oil. FYI: Besides some Essential Oils, certain prescription medications may also cause photosensitivity. Please consult your physician prior to use if prescribed any potential photosensitivity medications.

ORAL: Essential Oils should never be taken internally unless prescribed either by a physician or a qualified practitioner who has trained & been certified in medical standards.

Caution: Keep Essential Oil bottles out of reach of children. It is prudent for all Essential Oils to carry warnings as they are POTENT and thus require wisdom in discerning when and where to use them. In some countries Essential Oils are used medicinally, hence the reason to be prudent.

Toxic Free Ingredients

Grade A Toxic Free Verified

100% Citrus Limon Peel Oil

Caution: Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, please consult your physician.


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Pure Lemon is derived from a small evergreen tree that reaches a height of 5 or 6 meters and usually has sharp thorny twigs bearing oval shaped, dark green leaves. There are beautiful, potent fragrant flowers that have 5 petals, white inside and tinged with pink on the underside. The lemon is known to have been hybridized so many times throughout history like many other citrus fruits that it seems unlikely we will ever establish its true provenance. California is now the largest producer of the best lemon Essential Oil in the world. Californian lemons are usually harvested at any time after the fruits reach a 25% juice content and the pickers use rings to determine the ideal commercial size. However in Italy, it is common for the fruits to be harvested as early as possible and have a good amount of time to ripen during transport. The most optimal and premium Essential Oil from Lemon oil is obtained by cold pressing the rind of the fruit.