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(Citrus Reticulata)
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    Mandarin essential oil is known as Citrus reticulata (also known as Citrus nobilis, madurensis, unshiu, deliciosa) and is of the Rutaceae family. Mandarins are the fruit of mandarin evergreen trees, and are also known as European mandarins, Tangerines, Naartjie and True Mandarins. As in oranges, Tangerines are very low in calories. However they are very rich sources of vitamin-C, one of powerful natural anti-oxidant which has many essential roles like collagen synthesis and wound healing, anti-viral, anti-cancer activity and helps prevent from neuro-degenerative diseases, arthritis, etc by removing oxidant free-radicals from the body. Vitamin C helps absorb iron in the food by reducing ferrous form of iron element to ferric form in the gut. Mandarin oranges can lower the risk of liver cancer. Researchers at Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine found that by drinking mandarin juice, people who have chronic viral hepatitis can reduce their risk of developing liver cancer. This fruit is a substantial source for dietary fiber. Regularly eating fiber helps you feel fuller for longer, which reduces your desire or need to eat more food, assisting in weight loss.

    A member of the orange family, the Mandarin tree, Citrus nobilis, originated in China. Mandarin is a small citrus tree, with fruit resembling other oranges. It was named for the Mandarins, the high officials of the former Chinese Empire. Today, the Mandarin tree is most commonly found in southern Europe, South America and Japan. Its fruit is known to some as the Tangerine Orange. Pressed from the outer peels or zest of the Mandarin Orange to produce a saffron-colored (dark yellowish) essential oil, Mandarin oil emits a flowery, sweet aroma scent, which is especially popular with children. Mandarin essential oil has all the qualities of the orange itself. To produce an oil free of contaminants the fruit should come from certified organic groves.

    If you delight in the sweet, refreshing scent of citrus then you will love Red Mandarin oil. It is sweet, warm, and faintly floral, reminiscent of Neroli, and orange blossoms. A descendant of the indigenous fruit from South China, Red Mandarin Citrus reticulata is also a European ancestor to the American Tangerine. A dark citrus oil Red Mandarin is deep orange or almost red in color, and acts to soothe and balance the heart energy center. Although its aroma is much more complex and multi-layered Red Mandarin has similar actions and uses as Tangerine, and is often used interchangeably in aromatherapy blends.


    Many people confuse Mandarin essential oil with many other essential oils, which are similar to it in many ways. Often confused with Satsuma and Tangerine, the Mandarin orange is a variety in the same Rutacae family. The tree resembles other varieties of oranges with small glossy leaves and fragrant white blossoms, while the fruit is oblate rather than spherical and typically less sweet than that of other varieties. Mandarin is a small evergreen tree up to 20 feet high with ovate leaves and small fragrant white flowers. The fruit, like a small orange, in color and shape. The name is said to come from the fact that it was a traditional gift to the mandarins of China. Native to southern China and the Far East, brought to Europe in 1805 and to the USA forty years later approximately 1845, here it was renamed the tangerine. The Mandarin is produced mainly in Italy, Spain, Algeria, Cyprus, Greece, Brazil and the Middle East. Whereas the Tangerine is produced mainly in Texas, Florida, California and Guinea. The names Mandarin and Tangerine are both commonly used to describe the same essential oil; Mandarin is the common name used in Europe whereas Tangerine is the name used in America. However, although the same species with the same botanical name, botanically the actual fruit of the tree has very subtle differences in color, shape and size. Tangerines are generally cultivated in the U.S. whereas Mandarins are generally cultivated elsewhere. The major difference in mandarins and tangerines is their harvest times, with tangerines being harvested later in the year than mandarins.

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    Mandarin essential oil, Citrus reticulata, is native to China and is obtained from the evergreen Mandarin tree. The fruit of the Mandarin tree was a traditional gift offered to the Mandarins, hence the origin of its European name. Mandarin oil is considered to be a safe children's remedy for indigestion, hiccoughs, etc. and also used by elderly to help strengthen the digestive function and liver. The oil is poplular for its various therapeutic and skin care uses. Mandarin oil is used in soaps, cosmetics and perfumes especially colognes. It is employed as a flavoring agent especially in confectionery, soft drinks and liqueurs. Mandarin essential oil has an intensely sweet, fruity, floral-like, citrus aroma. The color of the oil is brownish to dark yellow. It is cold expressed from the small fruit of an evergreen tree. Grown and cold-expressed in Australia, this Mandarin Oil has a juicer, sweeter scent than Mandarin grown in other locations.

    Citrus Oils in their pure state, may appear cloudy or contain small particles of wax. This occurs naturally in the oil and becomes most apparent when stored in cold areas. It is recommended, however, that these oils be stored in a cold place to ensure longevity and quality. If the clarity is a concern, you may wish to filter until clear, however once cooled again the cloudy appearance may return. The clarity may improve through storing the oil at room temperature, but this will reduce the shelf life and is not recommended. Like other essential oils of citrus fruits, they have a relatively short shelf life.

    Mandarin Essential Oil, being citrus oil itself, blends with most of the citrus oils such as those of Neroli, Grapefruit, Orange, Lime and Lemon. It also blends well with essential oils of Basil, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Clary Sage, Clove, Frankincense, Jasmine, Juniper, Lavender, Myrrh, Nutmeg, Palmrosa, Patchouli, Petitgrain, Rose, Sandalwood, and Ylang Ylang essential oils. It blends nicely with Marjoram and Lavender to relieve stress and mild anxiety. Mandarin essential oil has a floral top note of orange blossom and lemon oil, herbaceous middle notes of lily that mingle with undertones of sweet marmalade and a hint of maple.


  • Botanical Name: Citrus Reticulata
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Cold Pressed
  • Parts Used: Fruit Peel
  • Note Classification: Top
  • Aroma: Light, Fruity, Citrus
  • Largest Producing Countries: Italy, Spain, Brazil, and USA

  • TRADITIONAL USE: Both in perfumery and as a flavoring agent. Medicinally it is utilized for digestive ailments.

    PROPERTIES: Antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, digestive, diuretic, hypnotic, laxative, lymphatic stimulant, sedative, tonic.

    BENEFITS: Acne, constipation, fluid retention, hiccoughs, indigestion, intestinal problems, nervous tension, obesity, oily skin, scars, skin disorders, stretch marks. The antiseptic actions of mandarin oil make it a good addition to skin care products such as lotions, massage oils, and facial products.

    BLENDS WELL WITH: Basil, Black Pepper, Chamomile (Roman), Cinnamon, Clary Sage, Clove, Frankincense, Geranium, Grapefruit,Jasmine,Juniper, Lemon, Myrrh, Neroli, Nutmeg, Palmrosa, Patchouli, Petitgrain, Rose, Sandalwood, and Ylang Ylang essential oils.

    OF INTEREST: Mandarin oranges are used in both ayurvedic and Chinese medicines. The name mandarin traces back to the Mandarins of China.

    SAFETY DATA: Generally considered safe.

    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.


    Mandarin essential oil is believed to improve mood and relieve anxiety. The oils is considered a happy oil, the aroma of the oil gives you the feeling of cleanliness. Its gentle action is safe for all ages including pregnant women, children and aging adults. Add it to bathwater, massage oil or household cleansing solutions. Mandarin oil is the best essential oil for consumption and even a better one for topical applications. Mandarin oil has benefits when used in skin care formulations such as refining the texture of the skin while also having good antiseptic, cytophylactic, depurative, diuretic and tonic therapeutic and cell rejuvenating properties and is a great ingredient to help purify and rebalance the skin. It can be used as a cure for stretch marks, damaged skin and acne scarring. It encourages the growth of new skin cells and replaces previously damaged skin cells. It is one of the most effective aromatherapy oils and is also non-toxic, non-sensitizing, and does not irritate the skin. Mandarin extract is also known to reduce pigmentation of age spots; lightens skin creating luminescence. The floral, neroli-like undertones of mandarin are evocative and sensual. Mandarin is used in combination with other citrus oils in colognes and fantasy-type perfumes. Mandarin essential oil touches areas of stress and tension and relieves aches that most of the other essential oils are unable to reach.


  • Convalescence. Mandarin essential oil is effective for relieving insomnia, and is being used in hospitals, and medical centers throughout the U.S. as a calming agent, and has been found useful for alleviating nausea, similar in action as Ginger and Peppermint pure essential oils.

  • Red Mandarin's antiseptic action makes it useful as a room spray, try it in a blend with other citrus oils, Lavender and Ylang Ylang.

  • It acts as an armor protecting the human body from bacterial or parasitic invasions. Mandarin is very gentle oil therapeutic for all people and can even be used on babies, young children, in pregnancy and for people who are frail or elderly and help aid those in recovering from illness.

  • Add 10 drops Mandarin and 5 drops Lavender to a spray bottle for a pleasant, disinfecting room spray. It can be used as a natural cleaner around the house. Just add a few drops of oil to some water, dampen a rag, and clean away. The natural antiseptic properties of the mandarin oil will help clean and disinfect the items or rooms you are cleaning. This is especially good for the children’s room, where you would not want the processed chemicals is some of the cleaners in the air, or on the surfaces the children are touching.

  • Digestive problems. Stimulates appetite and strengthens the liver. Treats diarrhea, constipation, flatulence, stomach cramps, indigestion, fluid retention, and other such disorders related to digestive and excretory systems. Massage the abdomen with well-diluted Mandarin essential oil for colic and flatulence, using organic Olive oil as an excellent medium. Two drops mandarin in an aromatic bath soothes the digestive system and helps regulate fluid balance.

  • Exhaustion, dejection, nervous tension, irritability, relieves anxiety and stress. Relieves depression and is used for treating grief and nervousness. Acts as a tonic, calmative and antiseptic. May be helpful for treating obesity. Refreshing and rejuvenating, its aroma inspires and brings fresh energy; clears the mind. Citrus oils help to eliminate emotional confusion and increase ones sense of humor and well-being. Very comforting, soothing and warming. A calming and uplifting mood enhancer. Mandarin essential oil can be applied topically, as a compress, in the bath, through direct inhalation, or diffuser.

  • Powerful sedative. The highly sedative and hypnotic properties of Mandarin oil is useful with overexcited children, insomnia and mental distress. Children love the warm, sweet aroma of Mandarin oil. It is very gentle and may be used with young children and during pregnancy, and often used by midwives in the birthing room. Mandarin calms the nervous system, and its pronounced relaxing properties make it effective for soothing restlessness and hyperactivity in children.

  • Non-toxic, non-irritating, non-sensitizing, Mandarin essential oil is safe and effective to be used for all ages including children and the elderly. It makes a very good massage oil for children because of its relaxing and gently calming effects. Mandarin has been used in ancient China for centuries; the Chinese believed that Mandarin strengthened both the digestive and liver functions. In France, Mandarin is used as a safe remedy for children in indigestion, colic, tummy upset, poor appetite, hiccups and for problems of the elderly, such as digestive problems; Mandarin is considered to be a very gentle and safe essential oil, when used correctly. Although gentle enough to be used with babies, children and the elderly, care should be taken when using Mandarin essential oil (or any other citrus oil) in sunlight due to it possible phototoxicity potential from ultraviolet rays, although it has not been demonstrate decisively.

  • Used for skin care and is helpful in saving the skin from various skin disrupting and destroying agents with agents that fight all kinds of skin infections and diseases. It is a skin toner, treating acne, congested and oily skin. It softens dry skin and is used for skin spots and wrinkles. Makes skin finer, fights agains infections, removes congestion from the skin and has properties to encourage the growth of new skin cells, diminishing scars and preventing stretch marks from the fourth month of pregnancy onwards and rejuvenates and tones mature skin. Cures skin disorders and maintains moisture balance in the skin and helps to treat cellulite. The oil is a wonderful cleanser of the skin and is used as part of a suite of essential oils in body toning lotions and creams to firm, cleanse and refine sluggish and dull skin and for fluid retention. Its toning effect extends to the skin, where Mandarin essential oil aids in increasing circulation, reducing fluid retention and achieving moisture balance. Blend Mandarin oil with a combination of Jojoba and Tamanu oils to help prevent stretch marks and increase circulation. Also, it is often used in massage blends for the prevention of stretch marks. Try blending with supporting oils such as Lavender, Frankincense, Sandalwood, Jasmine and Neroli, in carrier oil with essential fats, such as Wheat Germ, Hemp or Evening Primrose for a massage blend to be used for stretch marks. It makes an effective addition to adolescent skin care formulas: use Hazelnut as a carrier, and consider Spike Lavender and Myrtle oils in combination to round out the blend.

  • Mandarin oil may be used as a cardiovascular tonic.

  • Mandarin oil may be useful for premenstrual symptoms (PMS) and menstrual problems.

  • Mandarin oil is used in soaps, cosmetics and perfumes especially colognes. It is employed as a flavoring agent especially in confectionery, soft drinks and liqueurs. It can also be a great discovery in the kitchen; use very sparingly in sauces, dressings, pastries and desserts (certified organic Mandarin Orange is recommended for culinary uses).

  • Mandarin oil is known to relieve muscular aches and pains. Assists in the maintenance of general wellbeing.


    Mandarin oil is useful for exhaustion, depression, muscle cramps, nervousness, sadness, anxiety and skin disorders. It is Mandarin's tart, fresh aroma that makes the oil useful for combating depression and sadness. It is considered to be an antiseptic as well as an antispasmodic. It is also helpful for relieving gas. Its properties enable it to ease distress, and it can even act as a gentle sedative.

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    Try Mandarin oil in this mixture to help with mental strain.
    Put this mixture in an aroma lamp on your desk to help relieve exhaustion and stress in the workplace. Mandarin oil is mood lifting - it can help lift the oppressive feelings of anxiety and depression.

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    Not only is an aromatherapy bath relaxing, but it also can relieve muscle cramps.
    Dissolve essential oils in milk and add the mixture to a warm bath. Milk acts as a carrier for the essential oils helps the oils to blend well in the water.

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    To prevent stretch marks during pregnancy, rub your breasts and abdoment every day with a Mandarin massage oil.
    Blend oils and use as a massage oil to prevent stretch marks. Mandarin oil is a favorite for pregnancy. Regular massage of the abdomen to bond with the baby is encouraged and it also helps to prevent stretch marks.
    Blend essential oils with carrier oil. Massage oil blend on your abdomen on a daily basis. This blend may also be useful for treating stretch marks.

    Mix oils and rub on your abdomen every day while pregnant. This oil is safe for pregnant women, so there is no need to be concerned. It helps to prevent, not remove, stetch marks and to clarify.

    Put a few drops of Mandarin oil on a tissue or handkerchief. Inhale aroma whenever you need a lift.

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    HOME HINT: Mandarin oil can be used as a natural cleaner around the house.
      2 drops (or more) Mandarin Essential Oil
      Bowl or Spray Bottle of Water

    Mix oil with a container of water. Shake or blend well. Moisten a cloth with the mixture and wipe down children's rooms and school bags.

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    Lighten the sober, sterile atmosphere of a hospital with a few drops of Mandarin oil. The aroma of Mandarin can improve the mood of patients and chase away the septic odor common in hospital rooms.
    Put some oil on a handkerchief, tissue or cotton pad and place it under the patient's pillow.

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    For a relaxing massage oil, Try this blend.
    Mix essential oils into carrier oil. This tangy blend is fresh, fragrant and delightful to the senses. Massage it into tense muscles. Both the person receiving the massage and the person giving it will enjoy Mandarin's uplifting effects. Rest the muscles for about 30 minutes after the massage.

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    Some women suffering from PMS have found that Mandarin eases their distress prior to and during menstruation.
    Place a few drops on a handkerchief or tissue and tuck it into your pocket or purse. Pull it out when you are feeling tense or blue. Also consider using Mandarin in your household cleaning solutions for an added lift during stressful times.

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    Combat rough skin on the legs and buttocks with a daily massage using the following formula.
    Before the massage, stimulate blood flow to the skin by brushing legs and buttocks in a circular motion with a skin brush.

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    To purify the skin, add Mandarin oil to your favorite unscented lotion or cream.
    Mix essential oil with lotion. Apply the lotion twice daily, in the morning and in the evening after washing.

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    For a room spray, try this blend of oils.
      10 drops Mandarin Essential Oil
      5 drops Lavender Essential Oil
      2 drops Clary Sage Essential Oil
      1/2 cup Spring Water in a Spray Bottle

    Mix essential oils with water in spray bottle. Shake the bottle while spraying to keep the oils and water mixed. Spritz around a room or on drapes for a pleasing scent. Be careful not to spritz on woodwork.

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    Mandarin oil is suitable for treating digestive problems.

    Mix essential oils with carrier oil. Massage very gently on the abdomen.

    Mix essential oils with carrier oil. Massage very gently on the abdomen.

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    The blend of Lavender and Mandarin is not only beneficial to the skin, but is relaxing and can calm a baby along with the massage given as you apply the oil.
    Mix oils in an empty container. Shake well to blend oils. Gently massage your baby to soothe and relax him or her.

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    Mandarin oil can help relieve muscle cramps or tired muscles.
    Mix essential oils with milk, and then add the mixture to the bathwater. You cannot just add oils to water for obvious reasons - oil and water do not mix. You need some sort of carrier to absorb the oil and then mix it with the water. Milk is the carrier.

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    Major Constituents include Limonene, gamma-Terpinene, a-Pinene, B-Pinene, B-Myrecene. Usually only a drop or two is needed for your essential oil requirements. Follow instructions carefully or consult with an aromatherapist about proper use and dosage for essential oil use.


    Mandarin essential oil should be stored carefully to avoid use of oxidized oil, preventing skin sensitization. Mandarin oil is not considered to be phototoxic by some authorities, however Mandarin Petitgrain oil from the leaves of Citrus reticulata is phototoxic. As long as there is some debate about whether or not it is phototoxic, you should follow safety precautions and play it safe in the event the oil source you purchased may not be labeled clearly by manufacturer. You should consider the oil you purchased to be phototoxic and avoid sun exposture as a preventive measure. Do not use on the skin prior to sun exposure (this includes tanning beds).


    Mandarin oil is slightly yellow and leaves a residue in the aroma lamp. If you apply Mandarin oil to your skin, be sure to avoid any exposure to the sun - or even ultraviolet radiation - for 6 hours after application. Skin that has been treated with Mandarin oil can develop stubborn brown spots when exposed to the rays of the sun.

    Pure essential oils are highly concentrated substances that should always be treated with due respect. Organic oils naturally are the purest oils available.
    • Familiarize yourself thoroughly with the properties and uses of each individual oil you intend to use and take note of all cautions.
    • Never take essential oils internally!
    • Do not apply essential oils neat (undiluted) to the skin. The recommended Aromatherapy standard dilution is 1 to 3-percent, though certain oils may be used in higher or lower dilutions. Consider each case individually.
    • Always adhere to recommended safety standards and recommended dilution ratios.
    • If you have sensitive skin or are prone to allergies test oil blends on a small area of the inner arm prior to general use.
    • Keep oils out of reach of children and pets.
    • Never allow essential oils to enter the eyes.
    • If you are pregnant, consult a qualified aromatherapist for suitability and safety of specific oils. Many oils should not be used during pregnancy, some only need to be avoided for the first 3 to 4 months, others may be helpful during labor, but may pose a risk during the months before.
    • If you suffer from serious medical conditions such as (but not exclusively) high blood pressure, cancer, thrombosis, varicose veins or epilepsy, consult a qualified aromatherapist for professional advice on recommended oils and dosages.
    • We support the notion of people taking responsibility for their own well being. However, if symptoms persist or re-occur or you are suffering from a serious medical condition, or if you are presently taking prescription drugs, we recommend that you consult a qualified health practitioner before attempting to help yourself. Look for a practitioner who you can trust and who is prepared to work with you in exploring natural health alternatives.


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