Folklore: The name of this oil is said to originate from a beloved princess of Nerola, Italy, who lavished it on everything. Brides adorned themselves and their bouquets with orange blossoms to signify their purity and beauty.
Historical Uses: Neroli has been regarded traditionally by the Egyptian people for its great attributes for healing the mind, body, and spirit. It brings everything into the focus of one and at the moment.
Other Possible Uses: It may support the digestive system and fight bacteria, infections, parasites, and viruses.
It may also help with anxiety, chronic diarrhea, colic, depression, digestive spasms, fear, flatulence, headaches, heart (regulates rhythm), hysteria, insomnia, mature and sensitive skin, nervous dyspepsia, nervous tension, palpitations, PMS, poor circulation, scars, shock, stressrelated conditions, stretch marks, tachycardia, thread veins, and wrinkles.
In support of the skin, it works at the cell level to help shed the old skin cells and stimulate new cell growth.
Body System(s) Affected: Digestive System, Skin.
Aromatic Influence: As a natural tranquilizer, neroli has some powerful psychological effects. It has been used successfully to treat depression, anxiety, and shock.
It is calming and relaxing to the body and spirit. It may also help to strengthen and stabilize the emotions and bring relief to seemingly hopeless situations.
It encourages confidence, courage, joy, peace, and sensuality. Neroli is said to vibrate in the 2nd and 4th chakra. In the words of one author, “Neroli offers the gift of strength and courage that helps us see life’s beauty.”
Usage Instructions Application: Apply to Vita Flex Points and/or directly on area of concern; diffuse.
Blend Classification: Equalizer, Modifier, and Personifier.