Orange oil

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(Chem.) an oily, terpenelike substance obtained from orange rind, and distinct from neroli oil, which is obtained from the flowers.

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The essential oil of orange peels isolated either by SFME, CP and HD contains the same dominant components.
Aurelie Corfa, marketing specialist, said: "The new fragrance consists of 'neroli' - an essential oil of orange blossom that was named after a princess - a woman ahead of her time and who was famous for her signature orange blossom-aura.
have demonstrated an increase in male mating competitiveness following exposure to particular plant structures or products, including the fruit and fruit-derived oil of orange trees, the bark and fruits of guava trees, and ginger root oil.