Jade Lemon has an uplifting citrusy aroma much milder than lemon with a lemon-lime aroma that is oddly reminiscent of Bath and Body Works’ Lemongrass Sage. It is an oil cold-pressed from a unique hybrid of lemons and limes. Jade Lemon is very high in monoterpines and d-limonene (definitely worth Googling those).
My personal favorite thing about Jade Lemon Essential Oil is how mild it is. It doesn’t have a harsh lemon scent, but more rounded and soft. I often enjoy Jade Lemon oil more than I do regular lemon essential oil.
20 Uses for Jade Lemon Essential Oil
- Add to the En-R-Gee blend for a new take on a boost of energy throughout your day
- Diffuse jade lemon alone for a fun, fruity aroma to uplift your mood
- I love to use this in place of lemon when diffusing DIY blends
- Dilute and apply a tiny amount to the tip of your nose to enhance alertness
- Add to dryer balls in your laundry for a clean, fresh aroma on your clothes
- Cabin Diffuser Blend: 6 drops balsam fir, 2 drops wintergreen, 2 drops eucalyptus, 2 drops jade lemon
- Pick-Me-Up Diffuser Blend: 2 drops each Citrus Fresh, Thieves, and jade lemon
- Petals and Mint Diffuser Blend: 2 drops ylang ylang,
- Add a few drops to your laundry to freshen your laundry (either with vinegar to your rinse cycle or on dryer balls)
- Breathe happily while diffusing 2 drops each tea tree, peppermint, eucalyptus, and jade lemon essential oils
- Fresh Air Diffuser Blend: 2 drops each of lime and tea tree essential oils, with 3 drops Jade Lemon
- Diffuse to help cleanse the air in your home
- Add a couple drops to a Tbs of olive oil for a homemade furniture polish
- Use in place of lemon essential oil for cleaning grease, gum, or stickers off surfaces
- Use to clean permanent marker or crayon art from walls
- Add 40 drops to a 4oz spray bottle with 1 part Witchazel and 3 parts water for an uplifting room and linen spray
- Helps to boost your immune system
- Soothing to your skin (photosensitive for ~12 hours)
- Use as a replacement in any recipe calling for lemon essential oil or lemon zest
- Use Jade Lemon essential oil in your favorite Summertime DIY Diffuser Blends
*** Jade Lemon is not suggested for children under 6. Children over 6 using Jade Lemon topically should be diluted more than normal.
*** Jade Lemon Essential Oil is a photosensitive essential oil. Please do not apply it topically to your skin anywhere that will receive UV or sunlight within the following 12 hours.
Jade Lemon blends especially well with:
citronella, lavender, peppermint, sandalwood, and ylang ylang.
Frequently Asked Questions about Jade Lemon Essential Oil
If you’re using essential oils around your family pets, be sure to allow them access out of the room and into a room where you’re not diffusing. This way they’re able to escape when they feel they’ve had enough. Please also consider picking up a reference guide specific to using essential oils with animals.
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Where to Buy Jade Lemon Essential Oil
We purchase our oils through Young Living because they set a higher standard for essential oils than what the rest of the industry expects. Their Seed to Seal guarantee is unmatched, and shows their dedication to a farm-to-table type of approach.
Warning: DO NOT purchase your oils through Amazon or similar websites!
Any website that allows anyone to sell on, such as Amazon, eBay, Walmart… etc… are terrible places to purchase essential oils. While you may get a “good deal,” knowing who you’re purchasing from is difficult. There are many counterfeit essential oils being sold that are causing health ailments, major skin reactions, and a lot of misery. These are NOT high quality essential oils. They are fakes being sold purely for profit.
I also do NOT recommend purchasing from grocery stores, Walmart, Target, department stores, or drug stores. Many of the brands found at those stores have been proven to not actually contain any essential oil (which is perfectly legal to do).
I STRONGLY suggest you know the company that makes your oils, how the plants are cared for, what they do for distilling, how and how many times each batch is tested (and when), and their bottling processes. Many companies throw out fancy language for marketing purposes, but actually have no clue how their oils are made because the oils come from a broker (which are almost always diluted in solvents). Transparency is key.
I highly encourage you to check out our How To Find Quality Essential Oils post for in-depth information about why quality matters, and what to look for.
Where we purchase our essential oils, and why
We purchase our oils through Young Living because they set a higher standard for essential oils than what the rest of the industry expects. Their Seed to Seal guarantee is unmatched, and shows their dedication to a farm-to-table type of approach. This company has proven to me time and time again to be the closest thing out there to buying from your local farmer. They are totally transparent in their processes, and even open their farms so you can see for yourself (or involve yourself in the process).
To purchase through Young Living, you will need an account (either retail or wholesale), thought there are no purchasing requirements. If you need help creating an account, please check out our membership page.
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