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lenardd

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Posted - 12/21/2012 :  22:40:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Dan,

The supplements can be expensive.

Here is one with 98.5%
http://www.iherb.com/Enzymatic-Therapy-Heartburn-Free-with-ROH10-D-Limonene-10-Softgel-Capsules/2181

Here is another with probably 80%-90% since it normal orange oil
http://www.iherb.com/Jarrow-Formulas-d-Limonene-1000-mg-60-Softgels/13877

I going to be trying the liquid stuff like the stuff at GreenTerpene. Have a look at this:
https://sites.google.com/site/younglivingeu/exciting-cancer-research-with-orange-oil

They use 10ml (2 teaspoons!) per day though I would use way, way less.

This post also talks about it:
http://aromatherapyliving.com/grapefruit_essential_oil.html


--Lenard

Edited by - lenardd on 12/22/2012 14:41:23
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Kel

USA
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Posted - 12/22/2012 :  13:48:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks lenardd - great info and much appreciated. What is the significance of your statement that one is normal orange oil - as opposed to what? I thought d-limonene was derived from orange/lime/lemon peels or something like that? Thanks in advance.

Edited by - Kel on 12/22/2012 13:54:25
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lenardd

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Posted - 12/22/2012 :  14:47:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Kel,

Go to these two links:

http://www.greenterpene.com/Food_Grade_vs_High_Purity_d_Limonene_s/50.htm

http://www.greenterpene.com/d_Limonene_vs_Orange_Oil_s/51.htm

They talk about the difference between cold-pressed orange oil and orange terpene. Basically with the latter, you can guarantee a certain amount of limonene since it is an extract. When it is cold-pressed, limonene can vary from 80%-90% as it depends on the quality of the orange.

By the way, cold pressed orange oil contains limonene naturally. The orange terpene is derived from the orange oil to give you more limonene.

--Lenard



Edited by - lenardd on 12/22/2012 14:51:57
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lenardd

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Posted - 12/22/2012 :  20:32:47  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Dan,

I ran across this link:

http://store.everythingherbs.com/merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=EH&Product_Code=GPO&Category_Code=CS

Half way through the description, they talk about "bad skin cells" and stinging as observed by you. (Or maybe they read your posts! )

--Lenard

Edited by - lenardd on 12/22/2012 20:34:09
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ddphillips12

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Posted - 04/13/2014 :  20:54:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi, I just wanted to add a little bit about my recent experience with orange oil. I took Dan's suggestion about trying the orange oil test for a suspicious lesion on my face. I tried it a few times and it stung mildly for anywhere from a few seconds to a minute or so (and it stung worse if I applied recently after using an exfoliating scrub). I was curious as to whether it would sting on other parts of my face so I applied to a pimple with no sting at all. Then I dabbed a little on my cheekbones, beneath each of my eyes. This produced a slightly stronger stinging sensation to both cheekbones. Therefore, I would have to assume I am another poster that reacts to orange oil despite not having a skin cancer present (at least on my face). Just thought I'd share for what its worth. :)
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dan

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Posted - 04/16/2014 :  04:49:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The way I see it, the orange oil skin cancer test is positive for a stinging reaction approaching twenty minutes. A stinging reaction less than that probably shows something else like an underlying fungal infection or just skin damage. That said, I had strong orange oil reactions on my chest that were a complete surprise. I think a fungal or candida condition can really be extensive.
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Dougrun

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Posted - 07/31/2015 :  09:40:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am applying orange oil to my lesion after the vitamin c treatment i did. The VC + dmso left a nice crater so i was letting it heal but wanted to test it with orange oil and it stings pretty good starting about 1 minute and lasts about 10 minutes, then subsides. on my 3rd day of using it, i see a little chunk has burned away where there was a tiny bleeder. I'm going to continue to applying it daily. I do wash it off after about 2 hours just to clean it and I sooth it with a few lotions I have.

Edited by - Dougrun on 07/31/2015 09:42:28
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Dougrun

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Posted - 08/02/2015 :  11:06:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
its stinging less and less now. It does dry out the skin a lot so i clean it off with h202 then use a lavender lotion.
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Dougrun

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Posted - 08/04/2015 :  09:02:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
no sting at all with OO anymore. changing to frankincense and lavender oils for healing.
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