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Botanical Name: Petitgrain bigarde
Plant Part: Leaves and Twigs
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Color: Colorless to pale yellow liquid.
Strength of Aroma: Strong
Aromatic Scent: Petitgrain Italy Essential Oil smells like orange blossoms with a bitter, floral, citrus and herbaceous undertone.
Cautions: Petitgrain Italy Essential Oil is generally non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing. Avoid use during pregnancy.
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Posted by Jessie on 9th Jun 2017
Works well in blends without being overwhelming. Adds a lot to the Citrus Blends or some Bergamot. I also like it on top of Vetiver. Very nice blending oil and adds much to all blends both for calming, meditation and relaxing.
Posted by Tandie on 16th Nov 2016
This smells very earthy and grassy, it overwhelms my citrus blends. I was expecting more of an orange or even floral scent, as many people compare it to neroli essential oil.
Posted by Christi McClure on 10th Nov 2016
Smells Peppery, I like it
Posted by TIFFANY MCCOLLOUGH on 1st Jul 2016
Just a really intoxicating wonderful scent
Posted by Sam on 30th Sep 2015
I probably should have given this oil a 5 star for effectiveness, but I'm really not fond of the aroma. It makes me wonder if that is the oil I received the oil I was expecting something very different after reading the other reviews! When added to a blend of more arometic oils it is fine though. To me it's a rather sharp grassy smell on it's own. That being said, it does effectively mellow out my disposition and, hopefully, it brings me into better balance. Had the YL scan not said that I desperately need this oil in my system, I might have given up on it.
Posted by Megan Wood on 17th Nov 2013
I adore this oil! So beautiful mixed with bergamot in massage oil or hand cream. I've been using this combination on my son before bed and it calms him.
Posted by Amy on 31st Jul 2013
I absolutely love this type of Petigrain! I shop all over the world for my oils, and this is the best Strain of Petigrain available! I make Blends, creams, etc for customers, and this is Faboulius! Awesome price for the product!
Posted by Anna on 29th Jul 2013
Excellent scent! Perfect substitute for Neroli. There is a distinct woodiness to this scent but it does not detract from the typical orange scent of Neroli it just adds a nice dimension.
Posted by Amy on 17th Jul 2013
I have had this oil for a few months, but didn't bother to smell it! Low and behold it smells exactly like my favorite oil, of all time, Neroli,, for just a fraction of the cost of the cost! It also is VERY uplifting, and good on acne! What a find!
Posted by Lorrie on 27th Jun 2013
Pettitgrain is a great substitute for when I run out of my Neroli. I love the sweet smell.