Wild Orange Essential Oil

January 01, 2018
Wild Orange Essential Oil is one of my favourite essential oils and one of the most popular! It is cold pressed from the peel and is uplifting and very citrus-y. It is well know for it's uplifting and purifying properties. And because this essential oil is like a swiss army knife, it is another must have essential oils for your home apothecary or and even spice cupboard!
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Benefits of Wild Orange Essential Oil 

  • Used in aromatherapy to calm & relax the nerves.
  • Used in aromatherapy to help relieve digestive discomfort.
  • Powerful cleanser and de-greaser.
  • High in antioxidants.
  • Protects against seasonal and environmental threats.

Ways to use Wild Orange Essential Oil

  • Add to your water for a boost of energy and citrus.
  • Add to water to help aid digestion.
  • Use to replace orange juice in Cranberry Orange Muffins.
  • Diffuse in the air to help remove odours.
  • Add to your homemade cleaner for extra cleansing power.
  • Diffuse in the air to uplift & energize your mood.
  • Diffuse with Lavender Essential Oil to calm a child during witching hour. For more Oils for Kids, read this post.
If you are looking to get some essential oils, there are different ways to get your hands on them and I've listed them right here:


If you have a particular oil you are looking for, use this link to my dōTERRA website where you can purchase the oils at retail prices online and have them shipped to your door. But dōTERRA doesn't just offer essential oils, they also have: supplements, laundry wash, cleaners, hair care and skin care products and other items you use daily like toothpaste and deodorant!

And yea, buying quality essential oils does cost a bit more than picking up a bottle from your big box store but that is because these are the real deal, the actual essential oils from the plant. Most of those bottles you will find in a big box store have added fillers, preservatives or fragrances added to them which is why they are so cheap!

If you are looking to buy more oils at any other time and what to save 25% of the retail price, I suggest you sign up for a wholesale account to get more bang for your buck!

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If you think you will be purchasing oils regularly or even again anytime throughout the year, a wholesale account may be a better choice and here's why:
  • You can get 25% off any of  dōTERRA's products (they also offer supplements, household cleaners, hair care and skin care products all made with essential oils!)
  • You can get 10 to 30 % of what you have spent back in their Loyalty Rewards Points system! You can use these points to get free oils or other dōTERRA products!
  • Depending on how much you spend each month, you may qualify to receive The Product of The Month, for free!
  • You aren't committed to making a monthly order to keep your account active!
  • You aren't committed to selling for dōTERRA!
To sign up for a Wholesale Account:
  1. Click on this link.
  2. Scroll down and click the green 'JOIN dōTERRA' button.
  3. Select 'Wholesale Customer' and 'Continue' at the bottom of the page.
  4. Fill our your personal information and purchase a starter kit.

Why you should sign up with me!

If you sign up with me, and enroll here, you will also get the following perks:
  • A special gift from me that will be mailed to you!
  • Access to our Natural Wellness Collective group on Facebook for on-going knowledge on how to use your oils and constant support!
  • saving the best for last, you get me! I am here for you, a direct message or email away to answer any questions you have about how to use your oils, which are best for what and constant oil support!


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