|Uses||It can be used to assist in:
• Antioxidant: Rich in antioxidants, grapefruit oil has a wealth of Vitamin-C, boosting the immune system. Thus aiding in premature aging, degeneration of tissues, macular degeneration, loss of vision and hearing as well as mental and physical sluggishness.
• Antiseptic: Applied to bruises, wounds, cuts and acne, it protects them from microbial infections. It also is a preventative of the development of tetanus in wounds.
• Stimulant: Increase brain activity and stimulate endocrinal glands as well as promotes proper secretion of hormones and enzymes, thus keeping the whole body in metabolic balance.
• Antidepressant: Induce positive feelings of hope, aids in depression and relieves anxiety and stress.
• Disinfectant: Its antiviral and antimicrobial properties assist to prevent infections as well as eliminate existing issues. Good for the colon, stomach, intestines, urinary system, excretory system and kidneys.
• Weight Management: A regular dose can support weight management by decreasing you appetite.
• Diuretic: Keeps the body light and free of toxin build up by promoting urination. Removing excess fats, water, sodium and other toxins. May also support lower blood pressure.
• Lymphatic: Supports healthy function of the lymphatic system and boosts activity, clearing toxins and fighting problems like cellulite, arthritis, gout, and renal calculi.
• Tonic: Tones all the organ systems, increasing overall health and strength.
|Cultivation/Extraction Method||Cold Pressed|
|Historic Benefits||In 1823, the French Count Philippe Odet brought them over from the West Indies to Florida, soon planting a grove in what is now Safety Harbor on the west shore of Tampa. In just about 50 years time, Florida made its first shipment of grapefruits to the ports of New York and Philadelphia in 1885. This created a whirlwind of interest in the fruit, launching the beginnings of the commercial grapefruit industry as we know it. Grapefruit, also known as Shaddock, is a powerful antioxidant, disinfectant, and antidepressant.|
|Blends With||Bergamot, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Citrus, Clove Bud, Cypress, Frankincense, Geranium, ginger, Lavender, Litsea Cubeba, Neroli, Nutmeg, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Peppermint, Sandalwood, Tangerine, Ylang Ylang|
|Precautions||Phototoxic and possible skin irritant to sensitive skin when exposed to sunlight after application.|
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