Invigorating and refreshing! Wild Orange is our new favorite Orange essential oil and after you smell its mouth watering aroma, it will become your new favorite too. Available here in 1 mL sample vial or standard sizes
Botanically classified Citrus sinensis, this type of orange was brought to Hispaniola (currently Haiti and Dominican Republic) in 1493 by Christopher Columbus from Spain and the Canary Islands. Kissed by the favorable Caribbean climate Wild Orange flourished and spread across the island. Today it provides a sustainable income to those venturing out collecting the fruit from free-growing populations. We always source organic citrus oils, but with this Wild Orange fruit is collected from its natural habitat where it grows naturally without use of toxic pesticides.
Sweet and tart collide making Wild Orange an appealing addition in perfume and other fragrance blends. Use essential oil of Wild Orange the same as Orange Sweet. Citrus essential oils said to not cause phototoxic reaction are Orange Sweet, steam distilled Lime, and Mandarin Green. Wild Orange is classified Citrus sinensis, same as Orange Sweet. In the absence of a definitive statement from a reliable source we suggest using Wild Orange essential oil in low dilution for skin care products.
Batch specific GC/MS report for our Orange Wild essential oil is available. Select option during checkout to include it with your order or contact us prior to purchase to receive by email.Aromatherapy use
: anti-anxiety, antibacterial, anti-depressant, antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, antiviral, anti-wrinkle skin care, disinfectant, nervous tension, stressGeneral use
: Oil diffusers, potpourri, perfume, bath oil, bath salt, bath and shower gels, skin lotions, spa treatment oils and creams, soap and candle making
: Some people have experienced dermatitis from the limonene content in Orange Sweet essential oil. Orange Sweet (Citrus sinensis) is not phototoxic. Stands to reason Wild Orange (Citrus sinensis) would also not be phototoxic. In the absence of a definitive statement from a reliable source regarding phototixicity of this specific oil we suggest using a low dilution of Wild Orange essential oil in skin care products or prior to sun exposure.