The first documented use of grapefruit was done by a reverend back in 1750. It has been frequently referred to as one of the “Seven Wonders of Barbados” and the “Forbidden Fruit” which grows in grape-like clusters, giving it its name. This essential oil is collected through a cold pressed method and its main constituent is d-Limonene. The consumption of grapefruit, described as having a fruity, floral, citrusy aroma, may well help support a healthier metabolism.
OVERALL BENEFITS OF GRAPEFRUIT ESSENTIAL OILS
- Mood uplifter
- Help to encourage a healthy metabolism
- Can improve skin appearance by assisting in the reduction of blemishes
- Assist in the clearing of the mind and senses
- Energize and invigorate
USES FOR GRAPEFRUIT ESSENTIAL OILS
A healthier metabolism may be achieved by drinking four fluid ounces of water that has up to two drops of this essential oil in it. To increase your motivation and possibly even lose weight, particularly while dieting, diffuse up to four drops of grapefruit essential oils into the air. Individuals with problem blemishes may benefit from adding this to their facial cleansing routine as well. Problem areas can receive up to two drops of this essential oil but it is imperative that sun exposure is avoided for 12 hours after application.
Avoid contact with sensitive areas such as inner ears or eyes. If you are under a doctor’s care, nursing, or pregnant please consult a physician before use. Keep out of reach of children. Some essential oils can cause skin irritation, particularly in the case of individuals with sensitive skin. For at least 12 hours after topical application, avoid UV rays or sunlight.