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  1. Explaining Citrus Essential Oils

    Explaining Citrus Essential Oils

    Explaining Citrus Essential Oils

    There are many classes of essential oils and a favorite class of these are the citrus family. Citrus fruits are favored for their scent and also for their amazing health benefits. Essential oils in this family are: Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit and Orange.  This article will explain the fantastic benefits and risks of each of these citrus oils.

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  2. Explaining Essential Oils- Lime

    Explaining Essential Oils- Lime

    Explaining Essential Oils- Lime

    Lime Essential Oil

    Botanical Name: Citrus × aurantiifolia

    What is it?

    Limes are one of the most well known, tropical fruits used in almost every culture where they are available for mostly culinary uses. In Hispanic cultures, lime is typically paired with

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  3. Explaining Essential Oils- Grapefruit Essential Oil

    Explaining Essential Oils- Grapefruit Essential Oil

    Explaining Essential Oils- Grapefruit Essential Oil

    Grapefruit Essential Oil

    Botanical Name: Citrus paradisi

    What is it?

    Grapefruit is a citrus essential oil that is cold pressed. It has an energizing tropical scent that can be used both aromatically and topically and even in foods and beverages.  

    How can I use it?

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  4. One of the BEST anti-inflammatory Substances in the World: Copaiba!

    One of the BEST anti-inflammatory Substances in the World: Copaiba!

    Copaiba Essential Oil

     

    Copaiba

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  5. Explaining Essential Oils - Neroli

    Explaining Essential Oils - Neroli

    Explaining Essential Oils

    NEROLI

    Botanical Name: Citrus Aurantium

    Mary Tylor Naturals is proud to offer a selection of high-quality essential oils to improve your well-being. Our full line of essential oils are 100% pure.  We stand by our motto, “Better Ingredients for a Better Life!”

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  6. What is Smudging?

    What is Smudging?

    What is Smudging?

     

    Smudging is an ancient Native American practice where you light a bundle of sage on fire and “clear out” or “cast away” negative energy. There have also been some medical studies showing that this ritual actually cleanses bacteria and vir

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  7. Explaining Essential Oils- Lemon

    Explaining Essential Oils- Lemon

    Explaining Essential Oils- Lemon

    Lemon Essential Oil

    Botanical Name: Citrus Limon

    What is it?

    Lemon essential oil is made from extracting the oils lemon rinds by using a cold-press. It is a favored among essential oil users because it is natural, inexpensive and has a wide variety of uses.

    How can I use it?

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  8. Explaining Essential Oils- Sweet Orange

    Explaining Essential Oils- Sweet Orange

    Explaining Essential Oils- Sweet Orange

    Sweet Orange Essential Oil

    Botanical Name: Citrus X sinensis

    What is it?

    Sweet orange essential oil is a cold pressed oil extracted from the rind of oranges. It is a favorite ingredient in many aromatherapy blends and can also be used as a food additive.

    How can I use it?

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  9. Complete Guide to Smudging

    Complete Guide to Smudging

    Complete Guide to Smudging

     

    Smudging is a popular native American ritual used to cleanse negative energy and promote a positive environment. It is an ancient ritual still performed today that is thought to improve one’s health and wellbeing. There have also been some medical s

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  10. Is Citric Acid Safe?

    Is Citric Acid Safe?

    Is citric acid really natural?

    Chemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele discovered that citric acid could be naturally created by crystallizing lemon juice. However, the pharmaceutical company Pfizer expounded on the chemists James Currie’s theory that discovered certain strains of mold could be used to synthetically curate citric acid.

    In the current age, most citric acid is not made f

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