Orange Blossom (Neroli) Organic Hydrolat, 200ml

€ 7,80

Orange Blossom (Neroli) hydrolat (Citrus aurantium L. ssp. amara) is recognized for its soothing properties. Rebalancing the nervous system, it is used to promote relaxation of body and mind. 100% organic, micro-filtered and preservative-free.

- Restores radiance to dull skin
- Wonderful to use on delicate, sensitive skin and oily skin because it is astringent.
- Nervous rebalancing
- Antistress and calming
- Anti-blues
- Quite effective in children with ADHD (hyperactive attention deficit disorder), can be used both topically and internally for this purpose. (Source: Suzanne Catty, Hydrosols, the next aromatherapy)

More information

- Latin name: Citrus aurantium L. ssp. amara
- Origin: Morocco
- Distilled part: Flowers
- Extraction method: Steam distillation
- Quality: 100% pure & natural, microfiltered, preservative-free
- Cultivation method: Organic farming

Usage tips

Product for food use.

- Dilute your conditioner (choose an organic conditioner without synthetic chemicals or make your own) 50-70% with Neroli hydrosol for light and wonderful fragrance and shine.

- Spritz a small amount of the Neroli hydrosol in your water glass, and experience the taste and get the health benefits from the hydrosol. You can choose 3-4 hydrosols and start by spritzing very small amounts into each glass of water you drink. Vary the hydrosols to give your tastebuds a new experience every time and find your favorites!

- Caffeine jitters or exam nerves
5 ml of Orange blossoms/Neroli Hydrosol
Add the neroli to your glass of water and sip slowly. Usually, you will feel the effect within 2-3 minutes. If your nerves are not that bad, you can spritz the neroli on your face instead, or do both.

- Buck's Fizz ( from Suzanne Catty's book "Hydrosols the Next Aromatherapy"
1. Brut champagne or sparkling wine
2. Freshly squeezed orange juice
3. Orange blossoms (Neroli) hydrosol

Fill your champagne glasses one-third full with orange juice; add two to three (1/4 teaspoon) spritzers of Neroli hydrosol, and top up with champagne/sparkling wine.

Precautions for use

- In young children, and pregnant or breastfeeding women, it is imperative to seek the advice of a health professional trained in the use of hydrosols.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid prolonged use.
- Respect the dosages/dilutions in case of mixtures with other vegetable oils and/or essential oils

- Aroflora aromatic hydrosols, also called floral waters, although more concentrated and microfiltered, are preservative-free and therefore more sensitive to temperature variations. To ensure better preservation of your hydrosol, we advise you to keep your bottles tightly closed and in the refrigerator.
- If necessary, this hydrosol can be diluted before use.


100% organic, micro-filtered and preservative-free

Packaging & storage

- Delivered in a blue PET bottle that is 100% recyclable and protects against UVs

- After opening, keep in a cool place and use within 6 months. Contains no preservatives.


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