Pomelo (Pummelo) 100% Pure Essential Oil, Thailand

THB229.00
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10 ml     229 Thai Baht
30 ml     499 Thai Baht
100 ml   1259 Thai Baht
100% Pure & Natural Essential oil
          Pomelo or Pummelo essential oil is native to SE Asia and is cultivated throughout the region as well as in India, China, Indonesia and southern Japan. Pomelo is the largest citrus fruit.  Citrus maxima (Burm.) (Merr.) is the correct botanic name but it is more commonly called Citrus grandis.
          Pomelo has a fresh, clean, sweet/tart scent that is well liked and a perfect freshener for the home. In soap making Pomelo is used mainly for its fresh scent and to a lesser extent, as a disinfectant and mild insect repellent. 
          In aromatherapy, soothes the mind, anti-depressant and stress relief.  
          It shares many of the same qualities as other citrus oils. it is uplifting, stimulating and energizing, detoxifying, a good antiseptic and disinfectant, a beneficial treatment for oily skin and acne and as a mild insect repellent. It improves metabolism, shows good antimicrobial abilities and a good antioxidant.

Description

Pomelo (Pummelo) 100% Pure Essential Oil, Thailand
Botanical Name: Citrus maxima or often called Citrus grandis
Origin:         Thailand 
Method of Extraction:  Steam Distilled
Parts used: Peel
Color:         Clear, Colorless with possible faint yellow tint
Perfumery Note: Top
Consistency:          Thin
Aromatic Description:  Fresh, Citrusy, lightly sweet & sharp
Initial Strength: Medium
Class: Monoterpene
Blends well with:       Basil, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cassia, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Cinnamon Bark, Clary Sage, Clove, Coriander, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Frankincense, Geranium, Ginger, Hyssop, Juniper Berry, Kaffir Lime, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Lime, Mandarin, Manuka, Myrrh, Neroli, Niaouli, Nutmeg, Orange, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Peppermint, Pine, Rose, Rose Geranium, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Tangerine, Thyme, Vetiver, Wintergreen, Ylang Ylang, Yuzu

100% Pure & Natural Essential oil
          Pomelo or Pummelo essential oil is native to SE Asia and is cultivated throughout the region as well as in India, China, Indonesia and southern Japan. Pomelo is the largest citrus fruit.  Citrus maxima (Burm.) (Merr.) is the correct botanic name but it is more commonly called Citrus grandis.
          Pomelo has a fresh, clean, sweet/tart scent that is well liked and a perfect freshener for the home. In soap making Pomelo is used mainly for its fresh scent and to a lesser extent, as a disinfectant and mild insect repellent. 
          In aromatherapy, soothes the mind, anti-depressant and stress relief.  
          It shares many of the same qualities as other citrus oils. it is uplifting, stimulating and energizing, detoxifying, a good antiseptic and disinfectant, a beneficial treatment for oily skin and acne and as a mild insect repellent. It improves metabolism, shows good antimicrobial abilities and a good antioxidant.
          Photoxicity is not a concern due to phototoxic constituents being removed by the steam distillation process.

Note: Most essential oils cannot be taken internally, but even when they can, essential oils are highly concentrated and require dilution, special training and caution that Aroma & More does not yet provide. You can never drink any essential oils at 100% strength or diluted in water-based liquids. 
Caution: Essential oils can be harmful if used improperly. Information is provided for educational purposes only. It is up to the customer to determine if the product is right for their intended purpose. Special consideration should be made before applying essential oils to pregnant women, children or the elderly. If under a doctor's care, please consult the physician before using essential oils. If applying to skin essential oils must be diluted correctly and Aroma & More recommends testing on a small area of skin to check for reaction before attempting a full body massage. Claims have not been evaluated by the FDA.

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