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The smell of lemon essential oil is reminiscent of the smell of fresh lemon peel. Its color varies from pale to dark yellow and has a thin consistency. In aromatherapy it is used as the top note to enhance the scent of the mixture.


The smell of lemon is known to repel insects so it is a good idea to use essential oil in diffusers or other air fresheners to naturally defend against “unwanted guests”.
Lemon calms digestion and promotes digestive processes, cleanses the liver of toxins and promotes blood circulation.

When used topically it soothes insect bites, tones oily skin and has anti-wrinkle effect.

Lemon essential oil is great for supplementing with natural household cleaners and bath products. It is an excellent supplement to insect repellents and can be used for humans, dogs and horses.

When used in aromatherapy or meditation, lemon essential oil helps with concentration, elevates the mind and body while releasing negativity.


  • antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial action
  • anti-inflammatory
  • antirheumatic
  • diuretic
  • laxative
  • digestive
  • boosts immunity
  • speeds up metabolism
  • disinfects, cleans and refreshes


  • local application
  • inhalation
  • diffuser
  • internal use
  • in household hygiene products

Lemon essential oil can be diluted with 50:50 base oil before use.


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  • Orange essential oil is phototoxic, so sun exposure should be avoided 24 hours after use.