BERGAMOT ESSENTIAL OIL
Size: 5 ml. Violet glass bottle
Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium-bergamot
Method: Cold-pressed from fruit peel
Homeopathic Properties: Astringent • Analgesic • Antibiotic • Anti-infectious • Anti-microbial • Anti-parasitic • Antiseptic • Anti-viral • Carminative • Detoxifier: blood and lymphatic system • Digestive • Laxative • Stomachic • Tonic: uterine • Vermifuge • Calming & Uplifting
Note: Bio-dynamically grown
This is bio-dynamically grown, which means it was harvested and produced organically and in conscious co-creation with the nature spirits, weather patterns, and seasonal cycles.
Internal–oral, suppository, inhalation, diffused
Top Note: Lemon, citrusy, fresh notes
Heart Note: Citrusy, lemon, green notes
Base Note: Sweeter lemon, herbaceous notes
Classification: Top or heart note
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Bergamot is a tonic to the bladder and urinary system; it will gradually rebuild these organs and restore vibrant health, when used consistently and combined with dietary changes. It can be used internally in a semi-homeopathic dilution for this purpose. Bergamot can be combined with Terebenthine Pine and applied topically to the bladder area to reverse incontinence or loss of urinary control.
It is also very helpful in blends to balance mood swings due to hormonal imbalance, in which case it can be applied to the abdomen or diffused and inhaled. Bergamot relieves nervousness and anxiety, and is such a likable aroma that many children and sensitive adults find it desirable when other oils are not tolerated.
Used in the cosmetic industry with its ability to fade or disappear scars and other marks on the skin, and bringing a more balanced and even tone to the skin; especially helpful for acne scarring. You will want to avoid exposure to the sun when applied to the skin.
Bergamot is also linked to our sense of self. Emotionally, it can help enhance our frequency of self-worth and self-love. It helps us to release old patterns of self-judgement and self-worth that keep us from expressing all of who we are, and keep us over concerned with what others are thinking about us. Inhaling this deeply penetrating aroma can assist in creating new patterns of acceptance, and lighten our feelings of heaviness, sadness, fear, and criticism.
• Generally recognized as safe at normal dosage.
• Avoid exposure to sunlight or UV light sources within 24 hours after applying bergamot essential oil, it can be photosensitizing.
•Pet information: Cats may not respond well to conifer oils and citrus oils. Avoid usage for cats.
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