From your tummy to your toes, from your gums to your nose, our Lime Essential Oil is one you'll be glad you chose! Lime oil is a powerful botanical-biotic and a tangy culinary ingredient. It can even be enjoyed as an aperitif to stimulate the appetite – bon appetit!
Botanical Name: Citrus aurantifolia
Botanical Family: Rutaceae
Extraction Method: Cold pressed
Part of Plant Distilled: Peel
Country of Origin: Italy
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Citrus aurantifolia
Scent Description: Light and refreshing citrus-y, pucker-y sweetness with the faintest trace of evergreen.
In Living Libations: Shine On Hair Conditioner, and Green Papaya + Lime Mask
Blends well with: Lavender, Patchouli, Neroli, Vanilla, Bergamot, Vetiver, Rosemary, Laurel, and Cedar.
Uses: Add to culinary creations. Light and lively in housecleaning solutions. Diffuse to bring zing and clean to your space.
Our delicious Lime Essential Oil is a sweet and sour dream come true. Cold pressed from organic lime peels, this refreshing oil provides exciting notes of citrus in a cheerful scent that will energize the body and cleanse the mind. Sweet and tart with just the right amount of attitude, our Lime Oil is the manifestation of centuries of medicinal applications by everyone from the ancient Persians to colonial sailors.
Limes can trace their roots (and rinds!) back to ancient Babylonia, in what is today Southern Iraq. From there, sailors carried the seeds of the lime tree all over the world, spreading the magical fruit from Southeast Asia to the Americas.
Our Lime Essential Oil's puckering tartness melts muscles, keeps gums in tip top shape, and soothes tummies. Our oil's sweet, fresh smell not only lifts the spirits and inspires the mind; it stimulates the appetite with just one whiff of its fragrant odour. Adding a bottle of our Lime Essential Oil to your aromatherapy collection will pack a mighty powerful punch!
"And I weep; for the lime-tree is in blossom, and one small flower has dropped upon my bosom."
~ Amy Lowell, Patterns, 1917
"Lime is a traditional remedy in South Asia and in Ayurvedic medicine it is used similarly to lemon. When limes, with their Vitamin C content, were found to cure scurvy among the crew of long sea voyages, they were planted in the colonial territories, including both the East and West Indies."
~ Vicki Pitman, Aromatherapy: A Practical Approach