Latin Name: citrus bergamia
This oil is named after the city in Italy where it was first sold. For years, the Italians have used this oil to treat fever and worms. This oil is most commonly used for infections in the mouth, skin, respiratory and urinary tracts.
Special Qualities of Bergamot Essential Oil
Uplifting, refreshing and relaxing. Encourages cheerful emotions, ideal for depression. Its delicate, sweet aroma can also be used to freshen and uplift a room.
How It's Made
The essential oil is gained through steam distillation of the leaves and twigs.
? ?Prevents Flatulence
? ?Nervous System
? ?Helps with Stress-Related Disorders
? ?Helps with Insomnia
? ?Helps with Mental Exhaustion
? ?Helps with Physical Exhaustion
? ?Reduces Acne
? ?Reduces Excessive Perspiration
? ?Reduces Grease on Hair and Skin
? ?Tones Skin
This oil is non-toxic and will not irritate or sensitize the skin.
Bergamot should not be used directly on the skin. The oil should first be mixed with a diluting or carrier oil.