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Lemon Essential Oil // Top 10 Oils

INTERESTING FACT

One lemon tree can produce between 500 and 600 pounds of lemons in a year. It takes about 45 lemons to fill up a 15mL bottle.

ALL-PURPOSE CLEANING SPRAY

Ingredients

  • 1 cup warm water
  • 1 cup white vinegar
  • 25 drops Lemon essential oil or other essential oil of choice

Instructions

  1. In a spray bottle, combine water and vinegar.
  2. Add essential oil(s) of choice. Shake well.
  3. Use on counters, wood, glass, stainless steel, and porcelain.
  4. Wipe with a microfiber cloth or paper towel.

CAR CLEANER: 

2 ways to make an Interior Protectant

  • Combine 1 cup olive oil and 5 drops Lemon in a glass spray bottle or bowl. Use a clean cloth to wipe a small amount of the mixture into your dashboard and any other plastic or vinyl surfaces. Wipe off excess with another cleaning rag.
  • For a detailed shine make sure to combine 1 cup of Fractionated Coconut oil and 5 drops of Lemon essential oil in a spray bottle. Spray and wipe all the surfaces that you want to shine, including leather.

AROMATICALLY: 

  • Add 2–4 drops to the diffuser of your choice to help boost your mood and improve the scent of the room.
  • Rub 1–2 drops into your palms and inhale to invigorate your mind and body.
  • Pour a couple drops into air vents to fill your house or car with a citrusy aroma.

OTHER WAYS TO USE LEMON:

  • Rub 1–2 drops to remove gum, oil, grease, sap, or crayon.
  • Use to clean silverware and baking dishes.
  • Place a drop on your toothbrush or tongue for fresher breath and a cleaner mouth.
  • Wash hands with Lemon oil to remove grease after changing your oil
  • Add 1–2 drops to baked goods, beverages, or your favorite entrée to create a zesty flavor.

Don’t have LEMON in your life? Email me and I can help get you a bottle 🙂

Kcampbellessentialoils@gmail.com

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