The Orange tree generally favours the tropical or sub tropical climatic regions for their growth. Its general characteristics are that they are evergreen in nature and it bears leaves of oval shape, and also white coloured flowers that are hesperidium. The orange peels of the orange fruit are exposed to the process of steam and distillation for extracting orange hydrosol. The botanical reference for such oil is citrus sinensis. Such extracted liquid spreads a sweet and pleasant aroma in the air and is of pure herbal nature. It is also water soluble in nature. One will see the application of this oil in various fields i.e. industries, medicines and also for domestic purposes.
Constituents – The chemical components observed in Orange hydrosol are linalool, alpha pinene, geranial, limonene, myrcene, cymene, sabinene, neral etc.
Blends with – Orange hydrosol blends with several floral absolutes, citrus oils etc
|Product Code||SVA - 167|
|Botanical Name||Citrus aurantium|
|Methods of Extraction||Hydro Distillation|
|Color & Odor||pale yellow & sweet, floral aroma|
|Country of Origin||France|
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