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What are the benefits of Clementine oil?

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Clementine oil is rich in an antioxidant called ‘Limonene’, which dissolves the gallstones that are filled with cholesterol. As a result, the cholesterol level in the body is reduced, and the risk of various heart diseases and heart attacks is minimized. Moreover, it also has anti-tumor properties, which prevent various cancers, especially breast cancer. Besides, clementine oil is also used in various aromatherapies.

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Massage oil as well you can call it. It gives a soothing effect on your skin as well

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At my work place we have this as a room freshner like because of its good essence

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