Most common lemon oil uses include it as a treatment for fevers, insomnia, tiredness, ulcers, gallstones, rheumatism, and anemia. Lemon oil is also excellent for colds, sinusitis, sore throats, stomach infections, for weight loss, and skin conditions such as chilblains and wounds. Pure lemon oil is conducive to calming to mind and relieving stress. Aromatherapy believes that proper usage of lemon oil can aid concentration and improve alertness as well. Using lemon oil as a room freshener in schools and offices has been shown to increase efficiency and build a positive mind-set. No small feat for a simple essential oil! The health benefits of lemon oil are also numerous as it is high in vitamins and can help build immunity and ward of infections. Many therapies uses various forms of lemon oil in the treatment of infectious diseases such as malaria, typhoid and fever as it is said to stimulate the production of white blood cells and further aid in fighting illnesses. In terms of hair and skin care, lemon oil uses are legendary. Lemon oil is an excellent hair tonic that promotes hair growth and shiny hair. It is also used as an anti-dandruff treatment. Dull skin can benefit from lemon oil when used as an astringent. It can rejuvenate dull skin and help treat acne and oily skin. Apart from lemon oil being used in aromatherapy, it is found in perfumes, cosmetics, personal healthcare, and even household cleaning products. Available in 10ml, 50ml and 100ml bottles.
Being edible oil, lemon oil cooking is can be an interesting area to explore. Lemon oil can be used by itself, as a seasoning, in baking or even mixed with other types of oils. Lemons are a welcome addition to any seafood dish, pasta, and salad dressing. It imbues any dish with a zesty flavor and lightness and can also be mixed in water to make it more refreshing.