Sun rays and a citrus aroma which transports us to an orange grove in Brazil. The exotic light sweetness, mixed with a mild bitterness, boosts energy level, envelops us in warmth, brings about a state of full relaxation. THE BRAZILIAN ORANGE is the most popular fruit tree in the world. It yields a thousand fruit every year, and is grown in more than a hundred countries worldwide. One-third of the world's orange harvest comes from Brazil. The flowers are used to produce essence, and orange oil is made from the peel. The oil has a fresh, citrus smell. It is often used as aroma for food and beverages, especially liqueurs of the Curacao type. It is also frequently used as component for perfumes and other cosmetics. In aromatherapy, it is used as a natural antidepressant, soothes and offers sensations of happiness and warmth.
"unscrew the black cap, pull the plastic reducer from the bottle",
"put the black cap on the bottle",
"put rattan sticks in the bottle",
"every few days you can turn the sticks in the bottle"
benzyl alcohol, cinnamal, citral, citronellol, geraniol, eugenol, limonene, linalool