Lemon Essential Oil
Posted by jeff on 7/9/2010
Lemon essential oil
has been used for hundreds of years now in history, for its many
different uses. It began its introduction in the 1400s in Europe,
though it originally was from the Middle East before then. Lemons are
commonly used with cooking.
Lemons are easy to come by. You can actually grow lemon trees pretty
easily in your backyard, if you live in the right climate that is.
Lemon trees can get pretty tall, with the average length being 20 feet.
Lemons begin their life bright green, and eventually turn bright yellow
when fully ripe.
The essential oil of lemon is normally extracted from the skin, or rind, of the lemon. It is usually performed through cold expression. Lemon essential oil and lemon juice are different from one another, though both have their uses.
Lemon essential oil
has a lot of natural benefits for treating the body. It can help with
the digestive system, for example, and aid it with working more
efficiently. Lemon is commonly used for ulcers and heartburn, and other
Lemon can be used for its natural calming and refreshing
capabilities as well. It does a terrific job calming people who are
dealing with a lot of nervousness and anxiety. It is commonly
prescribed to treat people suffering from stress and fatigue.
Lemon is used in a lot of lotions as well. It aids with the scent of
oil, but it also helps a lot with the skin. It is often used to treat
acne and skin problems. Lemon has healing properties as well, such as
healing skin cuts and abrasions.
Lemon is used a lot with aromatherapy. It has a delicious,
refreshing smell. It is a favorite to have in an aromatherapy pack.
Lemon also is used a lot to cure headaches and migraines.
Lemons are very useful fruits. Its juice can be used in cooking, and
its oil can be used in aromatherapy. There are a lot of different uses
for the lemon fruit. Take advantage of lemon and find a productive way
to use it in your life.