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This or That: Orange, Orange and More Orange!

This or That: Orange, Orange and More Orange!

Orange oils have become a staple in almost every essential oil users home, and it’s no wonder why! Orange oils are known for their versatile and variegated therapeutic properties, as well as their robust aromas. From being used in perfumes to cleaning products, Orange is basically the new Lemon.

Why is it becoming so popular? Orange oils have a high limonene content, making them great antioxidant, antibacterial, and antiviral agents. A good choice in making homemade cleaners and disinfecting sprays. These oils are also known for being anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and helping with an array of digestive issues. Furthermore, being an immunostimulant, Orange oils are supportive to a healthy immune system and overall wellbeing. What’s more, Orange oils are wonderful antidepressants. Try diffusing Orange oil to promote a positive and uplifting environment.

With so many different types of Orange oils at Edens Garden, choosing just one can be a little overwhelming. So what’s the difference? Not much as far as therapeutic properties go. What it really boils down to is personal preference in aroma. We don’t offer digital smell technology (yet!), so we’ll do our best to explain the unique aromas that define each of our Orange oils.

Blood Orange

Blood Orange has an aroma that takes you right into the orange groves. The aroma is similar to that of the orange peel, with a fruity sweetness blended into a beautiful tangy green aroma.

Sweet Orange

We love the soft complexities of our Sweet Orange. This oil is very true to its name. Think of hard orange candy with a tart filling. Out of all of our oranges, this one may have the most traditional orange aroma.

Mandarin

Our Mandarin has one the more exotic aromas of the bunch. It has a sweet, green and citrusy aroma. This oil is reminiscent of the fresh leaves of the evergreen trees from which this small orange hails from.

Clementine

To restore freshness, Clementine essential oil’s citrusy-sweet aroma is a powerful agent in any space. It has the same tangy, sweet aroma of the tiny oranges you know and love.

Tangerine

Tangerine’s soft and sweet aroma invites peace and is more delicate than many citrus oils. It is a favorite aroma amongst perfumers for its subtle yet delightful aroma.

Grab The Essentials Here:

Blood Orange Essential Oil from $ 5.95
Blood Orange Essential Oil
Sweet Orange Essential Oil from $ 5.95
Sweet Orange Essential Oil
Mandarin Essential Oil from $ 8.95
Mandarin Essential Oil
Clementine Essential Oil from $ 5.95
Clementine Essential Oil
Tangerine Essential Oil from $ 5.95
Tangerine Essential Oil
Tangerine Jasmine Body Oil from $ 8.95
Tangerine Jasmine Body Oil

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9 Responses

Edens Garden

March 15, 2019

Hi Richard! I would suggest Sweet Orange, as it is different from Blood Orange and the orange-iest in my opinion.

Richard B

March 15, 2019

I don’t think I can buy every orange scent for my collection. I already have your Blood Orange which I really love. Which orange would you choose as a second to use which is different?

Vee

October 29, 2018

For those wanting an oil that smell close to wild orange, try mandarin. It’s a bit bolder and tangier than sweet orange and an excellent substitute. You’re welcome. 🙂

Cynthia

October 23, 2018

I wonder which one of these is most like Wild Orange, which I was terribly sad to see disappear. I miss it very much and wish it would be brought back!

Deb

March 31, 2018

I see Wild Orange on your This and That Page, but I can’t find it on your website to reorder. I hope it has not been discontinued!

Shannon

March 27, 2018

Will Edens Garden bring back Wild Orange? It is the only thing that really helps me with depression. I know of many people that would love to see it come back, myself included!

Edens Garden

February 13, 2018

Hi Gayla! She might try using orange in a personal inhaler so that she can enjoy the aroma without effecting her pup. Here is an article on using essential oils around animals: http://bit.ly/2nymw5T

Gayla

February 13, 2018

I just discovered these “this or that” posts and love them! Thank you…such a great idea! I am just learning that some oils can have harmful effects on dogs. My daughter loves her Orange oils but is now worried about her little Chihuahua. Do you have any advice you can share? Do you think one of these might be more “okay” than another? …so she can have her “orange fix” and her little dog, too? ;-)
Thank you in advance.

Cam

December 04, 2017

I love This or That posts! I’m always keen to know the aroma and therapeutic differences among similar oils.