Saturday, December 29, 2018

Citrus aurantium in herbal medicine

Citrus aurantium has enjoyed a rich history of uses in food, cosmetic and medicine. Citrus aurantium is a form a fruit commonly known as “bitter orange” and is often use as an Asian herbal medicine to treat digestive problem.

It is also a mild stimulant and is thought to contribute to appetite suppression and increase metabolic rate and lipolysis.

Volatile plant oils or essential oil are used in aromatherapy and are usually applied by gentle massage.

The oil of Citrus aurantium is an effective topical treatment in treatment-resistant, superficial dermatophyte infection. Citrus aurantium contains synephrine, which has ephedrine-like effects on the cardiovascular system.
Citrus aurantium in herbal medicine
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