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INCI: Citrus aurantium amara
CAS: 8016-38-4
EINECS:  277-143-2
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Citrus aurantium amara (Rutacee)

Origin: Sicily

The fragrant white flowers of the orange tree yield a precious oil known as neroli or orange blossom essence.
Originally from the Far East but now established in the Mediterranean regions, the orange tree grows to a height of ten metres. It has glossy dark green ovate leaves, long thorns, and smooth branches. The orange tree is highly resistant to disease and is widely used as a rootstock for grafts of other citrus varieties.


The essential oil of neroli is obtained by steam distillation of the fresh petals and is a clear, ochre-yellow liquid with a fresh and delicate floral scent whose bottom note is reminiscent of the velvety aroma of bergamot. The yield is extremely low.
Neroli oil combines well with all other essential oils - especially other citrus oils - but obtains truly excellent results when mixed with the oils of Clary sage, Coriander, Geranium, Lavender, Matricaria camomile, Rose, Sweet myrrh, Ylang-ylang and absolute Benzoin oil.

(according to
popular herbalist tradition)

Neroli essential oil is named after the Italian duchess Anna Maria Orsini, princess of Nerola, who loved to use it as a personal scent. It's non-toxic and non-irritating, and an effective natural anti-depressant.
It's a good remedy for cuts and stretch marks, and as a treatment for older skins in general thanks to its tonic properties.

It's typically used as a fragrance component and as a fixative in high-end perfumes with citrus notes.
It's occasionally used in the food industry.

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