Lemon

Lemon Oil possibly has the most powerful anti-microbial activity of all the essential oils.

Don't be surprised to smell Lemon Oil in your workplace, science shows it improves employee focus and efficiency, it also helps reduce the number of errors.


Lemon Essential Oil is extracted through the fruit peel using a cold pressed extraction method and is 100% pure with no fillers or additives. This strong, but refreshing scented aroma is known to support a healthy immune system.



Lemon Essential Oil’s active chemical components contribute to its therapeutic benefits that give it the reputation of being an invigorating, cleansing, and purifying oil..




HISTORY AND BENEFITS OF LAVENDER

Lemon trees are native to Asia and were used by not only ancient Indians but also Egyptians and Romans to treat infectious diseases. English sailors in the Royal Navy used Lemons while sailing to protect themselves against the ravages of scurvy and vitamin deficiencies. Lemon essential oil have been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years to treat a vast range of health issues. Lemon Essential Oil is used today in perfumery, in culinary practices, and to relieve mental exhaustion while improving cognitive function and concentration.


Aromatherapy:

When diffused, Lemon Essential Oil enhances concentration and energy, eliminates toxins in the air and has a calming effect on anxiety. Lemon Essential Oil can reduce fever and flu while relieving throat infections and coughing. By clearing the nasal passages, it promotes easier breathing for those with respiratory issues or infections. This rejuvenating, clean-smelling essential oil is commonly used to enhance concentration and energy. Add about five drops of lemon essential oil to a diffuser and diffuse for up to an hour.


Cosmetically:

Lemon Essential Oil tightens and tones skin, reduces the amount of oil production in skin and hair, and leaves the complexion looking vibrant, healthy, and smooth. Lemon Essential Oil is photosensitive and is not to be applied to skin that will be exposed to sunlight within 12 hours. Lemon has long been recognized as a natural antiseptic, having antiviral and antifungal properties. For the purpose of massage or for sensitive skin, dilute three to five drops of lemon essential oil in one teaspoon of carrier oil such as sweet almond or fractionated coconut oil (a liquid version of coconut oil). Always conduct a 48-hour skin test of lemon essential oil diluted in the carrier of your choice prior to more extensive use.


Medicinally:

Lemon is acknowledged for its ability to refresh and energize the mind and body. Lemon Oil invigorates with high amounts of Vitamin C that can help remove anxiety, mental fatigue and nervousness. Reduce anxiety & uplift mood.


Uses:

Add a few drops of oil to lotions, shampoos, and skin care products


Put one or two drops of oil on a cotton ball and place it on your night pillow to promote good sleep


Add 2-3 drops to the laundry to get a fresh, scented linens

Use three to four drops in a diffuser or diffuser jewelry of your choice. Check out our amazing range of aromatherapy pendants and car diffusers.

For additional advice on how to use or blend oils please contact MrsNurse at contact@mrandmrsnurse.com


Cautions:

For external use only: MrandMrsNurse always suggest consulting with a medical practitioner before using essential oils for therapeutic purposes. Pregnant and nursing women are especially advised not to use essential oils without the medical advice of a physician. In the event of an allergic reaction, discontinue use of the product and see a doctor, pharmacist, or allergist immediately for a health assessment and appropriate remedial action. To prevent side effects, consult with a medical professional prior to use.


Essential Oils should always be stored in an area that is inaccessible to children.





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