Mandarin oil has sweet, light, floral, fruity aroma which makes it popular and is used in creating aromas.
Dried rind of mandarin is traditionally used in cooking Chinese food and they use it for medicinal purposes also. In 19th century it got famous and reached Europe. The name mandarin came from the colour which was used by Chinese officials in old Chinese empire.
- Digestive conditions
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Sleeping disorders
- Nervous tension
- Intestinal spasm
Botanical Name: Citrus reticulata
Origin: China, Italy, Spain, Unites States
Appearance: Yellowish green to orangey-gold liquid
Plant part used: Fresh Fruit Rind
Method of Extraction: Cold expression and distillation
This oil blends very well with:
- Juniper berry
- Clove bud
- Rose absolute