- Additional information
Bergamot stems from the Turkish word “bergamudu”, which means “the pear of the prince”. Historians claim that Christopher Columbus was the first one to bring bergamot from the Canary Islands to Italy, where it is cultivated until today. It is the most common natural stimulant and antidepressant.
- Ideal for oily skin and acne
- Invigorates the body
- Helps to treat physical tension
Mind and spirit
- Acts as a natural antidepressant
- Treats emotional tension, stress and anxiety
- Lifts spirits promoting optimism and strength
- To dispel negative thoughts and anxiety: Add 5 drops of bergamot essential oil to the air diffuser.
- Start your day in a positive mood: After bath, add a drop of bergamot essential oil to a wet sponge and pass over the entire body.
- For extreme anxiety or depression: Add 20 drops of bergamot essential oil to 50ml of almond or chamomile oiland massage the neck and shoulders or the entire body.
- For peaceful sleep during periods of emotional stress: Put a drop of bergamot essential oil on your pillow.
- For fresh and clean breath: Add one drop of bergamot essential oil to a glass of water and use as a mouthwash.
- Avoid eye contact. Rinse thoroughly if essential oils reach the eye area.
- Do not eat unless advised by doctor, pharmacist or a trained aromatherapist.
- Do not use undiluted on skin.
- Test for allergic reactions.
- When using citrus essential oils, avoid the sun or solarium for 12 hours.
- When pregnant or during lactation, consult your doctor before using any essential oil.
- Exercise care when applying to children under 12 years old.
Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot Fruit) Oil, Limonene, Linalool, Geraniol
gross weight (g)=45