The orange tree is a shrub from the warm areas of China. It was the Arabs who brought orange trees to the Mediterranean for the first time. The Arabs established themselves in the 7th century throughout Spain, and spread its cultivation in large areas of the south of the country such as Valencia, Murcia, Seville. They also took their cultivation to Sicily. Christopher Columbus took it to America, where orange cultivation was established in Florida and California. Starting in the 18th century, orange trade became widespread, until then considered a very expensive fruit.
Among its properties and benefits, the following stand out:
Cosmetic level: soothing tonic, moisturizing, astringent, antioxidant.
A Therapeutic Level: antispasmodic, carminative, digestive, febrifuge, sedative and stimulant.
On a psychological level: gives balance and strength, enthusiasm for life and joy.
It is one of the 12 fundamental essential oils to have in the cabin and start in the world of aromatherapy. A powerful skin moisturizer and rebalancing agent; Indispensable in facial master formulas to treat a wide variety of skin conditions. It has nourishing, anti-wrinkle and skin regenerating properties, therefore a candidate for inclusion in preparations for anti-aging facial and body treatments.
It is an essential oil for anti-stress body oil formulations because on an emotional level it provides balance and strength, peace, joy and enthusiasm for life.