May Chang Essential Oil


May Chang Essential Oil has a strong scent and a complex lemony fragrance.

May Chang oil is extracted from the fresh fruits by steam distillation, yielding a pale yellow liquid with a bright, strong lemon fragrance with fruity and spicy undertones. The fragrance brings good memories of the sherbet-lemon treats back to many people!

The lemon scent is similar to, but much sweeter and more sophisticated than lemongrass, with grassy, fatty and fishy backnotes.

Because of this lemon sweetness, essential oil of May Chag is commonly used in the perfumery, cosmetics and flavouring industries.

Coming from the small flower of an evergreen shrub native to Southeast Asia, this pure essential oil is known for its versatility – it can be used in numerous personal care and household applications and combines well with citrus, woody and floral essential oils.

This essential oil, when used in the water, presents a greater risk of causing discomfort and sensitization.

Don’t use even when it's solubilized / diluted in the water.


You will also read how to use essential oils in some qualified aromatherapy guides.

Do not take any essential oils internally without first being consulted by a certified aromatherapy practitioner. Prevent eye and mucous membranes contact. Do not place undiluted natural organic oils, absolutes, or any other concentrated essences on the skin directly.

Use essential oils only under the careful supervision of a trained aromatherapy practitioner if you are pregnant or have any other medical issues. Keep it away from kids. Before using essential oils with children it is safest to consult a qualified aromatherapist. A skin patch check should be carried out before using an essential oil you have never used before.

10 ml May Chang Essential Oil

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