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EO Spotlight: Refreshing Grapefruit Essential Oil

legsGrapefruit’s fresh and invigorating aroma is sure to uplift the mood and please the senses. Pressed from the rind, Grapefruit is more than just a fresh scent, its cleansing and invigorating properties have made it a favorite among essential oil lovers.

With antidepressant, antiseptic, and disinfectant properties, Grapefruit essential oil has been known to help with cellulite, digestion, water retention, fatigue, headaches, and stress.

In one study, the results suggest that an aromatherapy massage with Grapefruit essential oil is an effective way to reduce abdominal fat, waist circumference, and to improve body image in post-menopausal women. Read the full study here.

Tips from dōTERRA:

grapefruit 2Apply Grapefruit with some fractionated coconut oil to problem areas to support healthy skin.

Diffuse to help balance and uplift  your mind and reduce anxiety.

Put 2-3 drops in a glass of water to help support metabolism.

Diffuse Peppermint and Grapefruit together for an uplifting and refreshing aroma.

Tips from dōTERRA’s Facebook Fans:

“[I use it ] in a scrub with peppermint on the feet. Smells amazing and invigorating for tired and/or hot feet.” -Rayna Ann Doyle Prettyman

“I use a drop of grapefruit in my water to give the essence of grapefruit flavor and to energize my day.” -Seranna Nesmith

grapefruit 1“I use grapefruit and peppermint for migraines. Works wonders.” -Kimberly Rakowski Briggs

“Used for sinus infections! Runny noses! Apply straight to face. Works wonders on my 4 year old even!” -Brooklynn Parker

“It’s good for the those places you want to lose fat from. I just massage it in before a workout.” -Angie Ashton

“I dab it on my wrists when I’m feeling low energy for a quick pick me up. I love the combo of Grapefruit and Geranium” -Erin Glasser-Devore

“Works for cellulite! I swear it lessens the appearance immediately!! Use it for massage on legs!! It works believe me!!” -Petite Bouyer

“I add Grapefruit with Lemon to my water to make it taste great and to help detoxify.” -Carol McCullough Colvin

“I use a few drops in my dryer for a fresh smell!” -Christine Pastrama

Grapefruit essential oil can be purchased online, or from any of our Independent Product Consultants. If you would like to locate a Product Consultant in your area, click here.

*These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. dōTERRA products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Pregnant or lactating women and persons with known medical conditions should consult a physician prior to the use of any dōTERRA product. Avoid sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after applying product. The statements shared from our Facebook page are the personal opinion of independent persons and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of dōTERRA International, LLC

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  1. According to the study that you cited here, Grapefruit EO was used with Cypress and “other oils”. Is there any way to see the full article to find out how much of each oil was used? The results were impressive!

  2. I pour a 15 ml bottle of Grapefruit into an bottle of Fractionated Coconut oil and shake. Use it as an all over body oil after showering. This was suggested using Citrus Blend in an edition of “do Terra Living.” No side effects as with many commercial scented items.

  3. I cannot eat grapefruit because of one of my prescriptions. Would it be safe to use grapefruit oil? I’d love to be able to, if you have knowledge about it.

  4. My husband and I both take prescriptions like Kay and grapefruit does counter-act the drug to make it useless. I think it would be better to post important information like this instead of having thousands of people emailing “productsupport”, but I will email them too for this vital information.

  5. Essential oils are squeezed from herbs, flowers, plants and vegetables and used in aromatherapy for inhaling or rubbed directly on the skin. Oils from foods, such as grapefruit, are taken internally as well. According to the National Cancer Institute, essential oils are used for emotional, spiritual and physical healing. Most oils, such as grapefruit oil, do not have side effects although they are not monitored by a federal agency. While safe for most people, you should talk to your doctor before using grapefruit essential oil, especially if you are pregnant or undergoing treatment for a medical condition.

  6. I use grapefruit oil, cypress oil, and lemongrass oil internally and as a massage oil for the pain and edema that I have in both of my legs. I can’t believe the relief I have gotten. It is amazing!

  7. I have been wondering how to use my Grapefruit oil..thanks for sharing!
    #oils4everyone

  8. I need to know if this oil would works for migraine headache. It’s not just headache but migraine and had hard time to get rid of migraine after several hours to days. Please let me know. I’m trying to find that helps for migraine headache.

  9. A drop of frankincense on the thumb hold to the roof of your mouth for 10 seconds is supposed to help with migraines.

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