All About doTERRA Petitgrain Essential Oil
What is doTERRA Petitgrain Essential Oil?
Petitgrain is an essential oil with health benefits for you to enjoy. It is a citrus oil! doTERRA Petitgrain essential oil comes from the bitter orange tree. It is distilled from the leaves and twigs of the tree. doTERRA Neroli oil comes from the same tree! But Neroli oil is made from the blossoms.
Where is doTERRA Petitgrain essential oil sourced?
We source Petitgrain as a doTERRA co-Impact sourced oil that comes from Paraguay. By sourcing Petitgrain from Paraguay through Co-Impact Sourcing, doTERRA is able to support needed rural community development projects. And provide diversified income for small-scale farmers! Isn’t that cool? I love how doTERRA oils help provide jobs for families around the globe.
How do I use Petitgrain essential oil?
I enjoy diffusing Petitgrain. It reminds me a bit of Bergamot essential oil. Both are soothing citrus oils. Petitgrain helps you wind down at the end of a tough day. It’s soothing to stressful feelings. You can combine it with Lavender and Cedarwood for an extra boost of soothing calm. When the kids aren’t settling down at bedtime, you might think about diffusing Petitgrain with another calming oil.
Relax & Inhale Diffuser Blend With Petitgrain
Here is a diffuser blend with Petitgrain, Lavender, and Cedarwood. Use for soothing stressful feelings and relaxation in the evening.
- 6 drops of doTERRA Petitgrain
- 4 drops of doTERRA Lavender
- 3 drops of doTERRA Cedarwood
Fill your essential oil diffuser, turn on, and RELAX. Ahhh…. doesn’t that feel fantastic?
Which body systems does Petitgrain help with?
Petitgrain helps maintain a healthy nervous system, digestive system health, cleansing, healthy skin, and a healthy brain! Wow – all of that from one oil – isn’t that incredible?! And Petitigrain has emotional benefits for you! Just keep reading for those!
Emotional uses for Petitgrain
Did you know? Each essential oil has emotional benefits! Emotionally, Petigrain is the essential oil of Ancestry. It helps us from unconsciously repeating family mistakes. Using Petitgrain essential oil emotionally invites you to make your own decisions! Petitgrain helps you to be balanced, the pioneer, and break the chain of traditions that may not be healthy. The emotions of your heart will be gladdened with daily use of doTERRA Petitgrain essential oil.
What does Petitgrain smell like?
I enjoy the Petitgrain scent. Petitgrain smells clean, citrusy, and fresh. There is an underlying earthy note that really pulls the aroma together and makes it have a shine. It keeps me coming back for more of that beautiful aroma.
Because the aroma of Petitgrain essential oil is pleasing, you can use it to make your own natural perfume or men’s natural colgne. Use alone, or mix with complementary essential oils. The essential oils which complement Petitgrain oil are Bergamot, Clary Sage, Clove, Geranium, Jasmine, Lavender, Wild Orange, and Rosemary!
What does doTERRA Petitgrain essential oil taste like?
One of the ways to use doTERRA Petitgrain essential oil is internally. Which brings about the question, “What does Petitgrain oil taste like?”
Here are my thoughts. I do like it in small doses, because Petitgrain has a strong taste. A single drop is enough to flavor a large glass of water. To me, Petitgrain tastes best when I add it to a tall glass of iced tea. Now that is yummy – add 1-2 drops of Petitgrain to your next glass of iced tea!
You can also enjoy the internal benefits by using a doTERRA veggie capsule. When you use essential oils in a capsule, you don’t taste them at all. Isn’t that amazing? I’m pretty sure that doTERRA thinks of EVERYTHING to give us the best possible essential oil experience.
Petitgrain essential oil benefits
Petitgrain essential oil benefits include mood support, focus, cleansing to the hair, and restful sleep. Like Lavender essential oil, Petitgrain contains linalool. Linalool a chemical constituent that helps make the oil calming for you.
FUN FACT: doTERRA essential oils which have linalool include Neroli, Coriander, Petitgrain, Basil, and Marjoram!
Here’s a list of the benefits I’ve found from Petitgrain essential oil:
- Natural deodorant
- Sleeping well
- Healthy energy
- Hair health
- Stimulating to the digestive system
- Soothing stressful feelings
- Calming to the muscles
Suggested Petitgrain essential oil uses
doTERRA Petitgrain can be used aromatically, topically, or internally. But first, let’s remind you of something important for your heath! You should only ingest an essential oil that has been quality tested and contains a supplement facts label. For this reason, I use doTERRA exclusively for my essential oil supplier.
Suggested uses for Petitgrain from doTERRA
Here are some suggested uses for Petitgrain from the doTERRA site. How do you see yourself using this beautiful fresh smelling essential oil?
- Diffuse for a calming and relaxing aroma. Blends well with other citrus oils, Cassia, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Geranium, and Lemongrass.
- Take internally to help ease feelings of tension, help calm the nervous system, and promote restful sleep.
- Before going to bed, add a few drops of Petitgrain along with Lavender or Bergamot to pillows and bedding for its aromatic benefits.
- Add one to two drops to water or juice and drink to help support your healthy cardiovascular, immune, nervous, and digestive systems.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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