Lime Blossom Essential Oil for Compact Skin and Liver Conditioning
Properties of the Lime Essential Oil
The properties of the oil that make it beneficial to the health include: tonic, restorative, haemostatic, febrifuge, disinfectant, bactericidal, aperitif, astringent, antiviral, and antiseptic.
Extraction of the Lime Essential Oil
The Lime Essential Oil is extracted from the fresh lime peels through cold compression, or its dried peels through steam distillation. Lime’s scientific name is Citrus Aurantifolia.
Components of the Lime Essential Oil
The main components of the oil include: Geranyl Acetate, Neral Acetate, Citral, Borneol, Linalool, Cineole, Terpinolene, Limonene, Myrcene, Beta Pinene, and Alpha Pinene.
Health Benefits and Uses of the Lime Essential Oil
The Lime Essential Oil is a natural antiseptic, which means that it can heal the wounds quickly and it can prevent incisions from getting infected with tetanus. It is also specifically used for a lot of serious wounds such as wounds obtained from surgeries or caesarian deliveries.
It can be effective in killing bad bacteria, which means it can treat patients suffering from diarrhea, cholera, typhoid, or food poisoning.
The oil can tone up the skin, tissues, and muscles, as well as different systems in the body, including excretory, digestive, nervous, circulatory, and respiratory systems.
The essential oil can protect and eliminate viral infections that can cause pox, measles, mumps, the common cold, and other similar diseases.
The Lime Essential Oil is an astringent, which means that it can help in curing toothaches, strengthening the grip of gums on the teeth, and protecting the teeth from falling out.
The oil can also be used in treating diarrhea.
The oil can cause photosensitivity if the skin is directly exposed to the sun after application in very rare cases.
Ask for the opinion of a trusted health care professional before using the oil, especially in using for children, pregnant women, or women who are breast feeding.