Esrog/Etrog Organic High quality Essential Oil ISRAEL – 5ml. A Sukkot favorite!

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Citrus medica- 5ml bottle
ISRAEL
Fruit and Peel

The aroma of Citron- Etrog (Hadar) steam distilled essential oil from Israel is zesty, and smells both sweet and tart as if green lemons were …

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Etrog/Esrog Citron OW Essential oil

Citrus medica- 5ml bottle
ISRAEL
Fruit Peel

Beautiful Yaneve Etrog species grown in Israel from seed that is not Mirkov (grafted) according to Jewish Laws. This is the preferred species that grown all over the Middle East to Italy.

Etrog/Esrog Citron OW Essential oil

Citrus medica- 5ml bottle
Israel
Fruit and Peel

The aroma of Citron- Etrog (Hadar) steam distilled essential oil from Israel is zesty and smells both sweet and tart as if green lemons were mingled with sweet mandarins in a citrus orchard

Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, analgesic, and uplifting therapeutic actions when used externally.

Etrog (plural: etrogim, Hebrew: אֶתְרוֹג) is the yellow citron or Citrus medica used by Jewish people during the week-long holiday of Sukkot, as one of the four species. Together with a Lulav, Hadass and Aravah, the etrog is to be taken in each Jewish hand.

Citron – Etrog (Citrus medica):  Zesty in aroma like lemon, Etrog is uplifting and is anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and analgesic.

“In order for a citron to be kosher, it must be neither grafted nor hybridized with any other species. Only a few traditional varieties are therefore used. To ensure that no grafting is used, the plantations are kept under strict rabbinical supervision.

“The Biblical phrase peri eitz hadar (פְּרִי עֵץ הָדָר) refers to the etrog. Grammatically, the Hebrew phrase is ambiguous; it is typically translated as “fruit of a beautiful tree,” but it can also be read as “a beautiful fruit of a tree.” Etrogs are carefully selected for the performance of the Sukkot holiday rituals.”

Etrog according to the Sephardic pronunciation is Modern Hebrew pronunciation.  The Ashkenazi pronunciation and in Yiddish, is esrog or esrig which is closer to Aramaic Hebrew pronunciation.  The Hebrew word is thought to derive from the Persian name for the fruit, turung, likely borrowed via Aramaic..

The aroma of Citron- Etrog (Hadar) steam distilled essential oil from Israel is zesty, refreshing, and smells both sweet and tart as if sweet-tart green lemons were mingled with sweet oranges, mandarins, and tangerines in a citrus orchard. The fragrance of this unique fruit helps to open a closed heart, heals the broken-hearted and grief,  frees the mind from holding guilt.

Traditionally the Etrog is known to strengthen home bring Shalom bayit of family harmony,may increase fertility and may lessen the pain of childbirth.
The 4 Hebrew letters of the word Etrog stand for Ahava-Alef (Love), Teshuvah- Tav (Repentance), Refuah-Reysh (Healing) and Geulah-Gimel (Redemption). The festival of Pesach (Passover) is exactly 180 degrees opposite the Festival of Sukkot and the Etrog celebration time on the Jewish calender.
Sages tells us a pregnant woman who eats an Etrog will give birth to a sweet smelling baby.  Talmud relates a story of a certain King whose wife ate Etrogim throughout her entire pregnancy. She gave birth to a child that smelled so sweet that when the King asked his servants to bring him fragrant spices, they brought him his own child and placed his daughter in his arms.

Benefits: Antibacterial, ant-inflammatory, antioxidant, analgesic, and uplifting therapeutic actions when used externally.

Constituents : Limonene 56%, Terpinene (γ) 18.6%, Myrcene 2.9%, Pinene (α) 2.6%. (not batch specific)

Blends well with citrus oils, Frankincense sacra, Frankincense caterri, Sandalwood, Rose of Sharon, Cistus Rose, Juniper Berry, Rose, Lavender and Cassia, Myrtle, Myrrh, and Cedarwood atlas. 

See our listing  Lulav  essential oils blend here

See our listing for Lulav salve here

NOT JUST FOR SUKKOT BUT FOR ALL YEAR AROUND!

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