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The true home of the lemon is unknown; some believes it belongs to northwestern India. It was southern Italy in 200 A.D. and to have been cultivated in Iraq and Egypt Arabs distributed it widely in the Mediterranean region between 1000 and 1150 A.D. It was well known for its medicinal virtues in the palace of the Sultan of Egypt Christopher Columbus carried lemon seeds to Hispaniola in 1493.



Botanical Name : Citrus lemon

Family: Rutaceae

Country of Origin: Argentina

Extraction Method: Cold Pressed

Plant Part Used: Peel of  Fruit

Note: Top note  

Aroma: Citrusy , fresh, green  

Color: Pale yellow

Blends well With Most essential oils  

Shelf Life: 4 – 5 Years



  • Potential photosensitizer, recommend usage 2 %
  • if applied to the skin over maximum dermal use level, skin must not be exposed to sunlight or sunbed rays for 12 hours. Old or oxidized oils should be avoided.10 Dilute before using. A patch test should be performed before use for those with sensitive skin.
  • Can cause skin irritation
  • For topical application don’t use directly on the skin, dilute with a carrier oil
  • Discontinue use if skin sensitivity occurs
  • Add 4-5 drops for Diffusing
  • Don’t ingest
  • Keep out of reach of children , Avoid using if pregnant or nursing



  • Essential oil safety ( Tisserand and young ) second Edition
  • Charles Fetrow & Julian Avila (2000) The Complete Guide to Herbal Medicine
  • Lawrence BM, Essential oils from Agriculture to Chemistry
  • The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, Salvatore Battaglia
  • Arcatender Perfume and flavor materials of natural origin

Lemon Oil (Citrus lemon)15 ML