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Product Code: VRINEO0006131  
Botanical Name Citrus reticulata
Common Name European mandarin, tangerine, naartjie and true mandarin.
Country of Origin USA
Solubility Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
Specific Gravity 0.8472 @ 72°F
Optical Rotation +90.95
Refrective Index 1.4744 @ 72°F
PlantPart Fruit Peel
Bland With bergamot, cinnamon, clary sage, clove, frankincense, lavender, nutmeg and neroli.
CAS No 8008-31-9
Flash Point 74 °C
Extraction Method Steam Distilled


The Tangerine Oil which we offer is extracted from Citrus reticulata of the Rutaceae family. Well known for its medicinal value, our tangerine oil has a rich concentration and is high in quality. The Mandarin essential oil disperses a stunning fragrance which brings a unique feeling of joy to the entire environment when diffused. Our professionals cautiously extract the oil by following the strict guidelines of the cold pressed process. To make this oil famous and widely demanded, we export it to the industries to process soaps, perfumes, cosmetics and many other fragrant products. As it is not processed by adding artificial contents, it is safe and beneficial to use both internally and externally.


Tangerines were originally brought to Europe and then the United States via China. Citrus reticulata is commonly called mandarin orange. It is native to Southeast Asia. It is a rounded, usually thorny, evergreen shrub or small tree that grows to 15-25’ tall and produces fruit (to 3” diameter) resembling oranges. Mandarin oranges have been in cultivation since 2000 B. C. Ovate to lanceolate leaves (to 1 1/2” long) are evergreen. Fragrant white flowers bloom in the leaf axils in spring. It is sometimes commonly called Christmas orange because of its popularity over the Christmas holidays.

Color & Aroma

Color : color and odor are normal @22°C,

Aroma : Tangerine Essential Oil has the typical citrus scent – fresh, radiant, and tangy sweet. With only subtle differences, it smells a lot like the Mandarin, with some even considering them identical. In comparison to Sweet Orange, Tangerine can be seen as lighter with more candy-like tones.


a-thujone, a-pinene, b-pinene, camphene, citronellal, geranial, limonene, linalool, myrcene, nerol, sabinene, terpineol-4-ol and y-terpinolene.


Tangerine oil is soothing to the nervous system and is also an effective tonic for the digestive system, which makes it a necessary ingredient in the pharmaceutical industry. It is also good for the skin, removing stretch marks and reducing fluid retention. Citrus species contain a wide range of active ingredients and research is still underway in finding uses for them. They are rich in vitamin C, flavonoids, acids and volatile oils. They also contain coumarins such as bergapten which sensitizes the skin to sunlight. Bergapten is sometimes added to tanning preparations since it promotes pigmentation in the skin, though it can cause dermatitis or allergic responses in some people. Some of the plants more recent applications are as sources of anti-oxidants and chemical exfoliants in specialized cosmetics. The fruit is antiemetic, aphrodisiac, astringent, laxative and tonic. The flowers are stimulant. The pericarp is analgesic, anti-asthmatic, anticholesterolemic, anti-inflammatory, antiscorbutic, antiseptic, antitussive, carminative, expectorant, stomachic. It is used in the treatment of dyspepsia, gastro-intestinal distension, cough with profuse phlegm, hiccup and vomiting. The endocarp is carminative and expectorant.

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