Jade Lemon™ essential oil, another Young Living exclusive. It is grown in the warm, humid climate of southeast China. While other lemons begin to release some of their oils aromatically as they turn yellow, the jade lemon fruit remains green even in maturity, allowing the concentration of oil to continue within the fruit. The oil is released only after the fruit is picked, giving it a richer and more fragrant aroma.
Jade Lemon contains high levels of d-limonene. A 1995 Mie University study also found that citrus fragrances induce relaxation and invoke feelings of happiness. Diffuse to help invigorate, uplift, and energize.
HOW TO USE
- Diffuse to uplift and stimulate the mind and body.
- Add 10–15 drops to Young Living lotions and shampoos to energize the spirit.
- Combine with sea salt, V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex, Ylang Ylang, Peppermint, and Lavender to exfoliate the skin.
- Use as a cleanser to remove stickiness or grease from surfaces; remove gum from hair; or remove crayon or permanent marker from walls.*
- Add Jade Lemon Vitality to water or beverages for a clean lemony taste.
- Mix with Citronella essential oil for a pleasant, citrus-scented insect repellant.
- Add to dishwashing detergent for a spot-free rinse and to help clean your dishwasher.
- Use 8–10 drops with water in a spray bottle to freshen the air.
Lemon (Citrus limon eureka var. formosensis) peel oil 100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil
15 ml • Item # 4685- Wholesale $10.75 / Retail $14.14
Comments from Dr. Cole Woolley / At Young Living – We Live the Story™ Facebook page…
For Convention 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah the Young Living Taiwan Farm prepared a memorable essential oil that is loved by all Young Living Members. This was Gary’s third requested Taiwan essential oil. You know it as Jade Lemon.
Jade Lemon received its name back in 2011 when Gary was visited Taiwan. Young Living’s Jade Lemon is derived from the juicing of these green lemons.
The Taiwan Farm is a Young Living Cooperative Farm. It was established in 2012 by Gary Young’s direction. Jade Lemon is not distilled. During the juicing process, the essential oil is expressed, then separated from the juice.
The lemon juice is separated from the top “oily” layer. Then the “oily” layer is put in the freezer for a couple of days where the natural waxes freeze while the Jade Lemon essential oil remains a liquid. This is how Jade Lemon essential oil is expressed and separated.
It takes about 30 Jade Lemons to fill a bottle of Jade Lemon essential oil.
Everyone loves the aroma and taste of Jade Lemon. Some say that Jade Lemon tastes more like lemons than lemons do… interesting!
The aroma of Jade Lemon is pleasing to all and difficult to describe. Jade Lemon is one of Gary Young’s finest essential oil discoveries. Jade Lemon essential oil is exclusive to Young Living Essential Oils.
Gary Young and Dr. Ginn S. Lee, PhD at the Young Living Taiwan Farm in 2012. This research steam distiller was designed in Taiwan and is useful for distilling 50kg of plant material. Dr. Lee and his sons Tiger and Goji distilled over 100 aromatic Taiwanese plants and trees for Gary Young to examine. Jade Lemon was Gary’s #3 choice (Xiang Mao and Hong Kuai were #1 and #2). Wow, thanks Gary. Dr. Woolley