WHO AM I?
Processing method of yuzu essential oil: steam distillation
Part of the plant: peel and juice
Odour: Fresh, peeled
The yuzu is native to China, growing wild in central China as well as in Tibet. It was introduced to Japan and Korea during the Tang Dynasty. Now, Japan is the main producer and consumer of yuzu and there are hundreds of derivative products. In addition, the fruit is celebrated at the end of the year.
The fruit of the yuzu has a diameter between 5 and 8 cm, the weight of the ripe fruit is about 110 g. It is moderately juicy, and the taste of the juice is fruity.
However, the infused fresh seeds are part of a skin lotion known to give a clear face and perfect skin.
- Monoterpenes: Limonene (70 to 80%)
100 % pure & natural without any other additives
PROPERTIES OF YUZU ESSENTIAL OIL
- Strengthens natural immunity
- Nervous system tonic
- General antiseptic and antibacterial
- Hepatic stimulant and regenerating, also a general cleanser, it assists difficult digestion…
- Blood and circulation metabolic detoxifier: it contains an element known as “vitamin P-like” that lessens capillary permeability and augments their resistance,
- Blood thinner, youth-retaining tissue
- Vitalises, stimulant, re-energises
- Skin healer and dermal astringent
USAGE OF YUZU ESSENTIAL OIL
USERS OF YUZU ESSENTIAL OIL
|KIDS 8+||PREGNANT +3 MONTHS|
|KIDS 8-||PREGNANT -3 MONTHS|
INDICATIONS OF YUZU ESSENTIAL OIL
|-Hepatic, pancreatic and bilious deficiency, difficult digestion||-Stress, anxiety, |
Flatulence, digestion, intestinal fermentation: massage the belly with a few drops EO diluted in VO
Pimples (acne, carbuncle, insect bites): Apply 1 drop EO directly to the pimple
Hair (oily, dull, dandruff): add 2 drops EO in your shampoo dose and use it as usual
Travel sickness, convalescence, end of winter fatigue, creativity: in olfaction
In a spray against epidemics, febrile state, infectious or contagious diseases (ENT, pulmonary, digestive…), ant repellent, moths…
It can be used in cooking, for savoury or sweet dishes. You can flavour shellfish and exotic dishes, or in sweet cuisine add it to jams, cakes or tea or even an egg cream
The information provided could not be considered as medical information nor engage Pacific Scents responsibility as to your usage of essential oils for yourself or anyone else. Therefore, we strongly invite you to compare the information with that of authoritative experts and the opinion of health professionals.
- Avoid eye and mucous membranes contact.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid with pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under the age of 6 and epileptic people.
- Do not use purely on the skin, so make a strong dilution in vegetable oil (dilution up to 30% max). As a rule, test the product by applying a little in the crook of your elbow or on your wrist before using it.
Keep in the original bottle, away from air and light, at a temperature below 25C, in your fridge to last a bit longer
|1 drop = 0.03 ml||EO = Essential Oil|
|1ml = 25 to 35 drops|
depends on the fluidity
|VO = Vegetable Oil|
|1 teaspoon = 125 drops (around 5 ml)|