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Bergamot Essential Oil - Aceite esencial de bergamota

Bergamot Essential Oil - Aceite esencial de bergamota
Bergamot essential oil can be used in the treatment of depression, stress, tension, fear, hysteria, infection (all types including skin), anorexia, psoriasis, eczema and general convalescence. The aroma of the essential oil is citrusy, yet fruity and sweet with a warm floral spice hint reminiscent of Neroli and Lavender oil.

Bergamot Essential Oil 15ml (0.5oz)
$16.47
Bergamot Essential Oil 15ml (0.5oz) 1122007
Bergamot Essential Oil 1 OZ - 1 OZ - 30 ml
$27.45
Bergamot Essential Oil 1 OZ - 1 OZ - 30 ml 1123007
Botanical Name: Citrus bergamia

In her book "The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils", Julia Lawless uses bergamot essential oil for acne, abscesses, anxiety, boils, cold sores, cystitis, depression, halitosis, itching, loss of appetite, oily skin, psoriasis, stress. (Rockport, MA: Element Books, 1995), 56-67.

Main Constituents: Limonene: 39.67% Linalyl acetate: 27.64% Linalool: 10.81%

Plant Part: Fruit Peel

Processing Method: Cold Pressed

Description / Color / Consistency: A thin, light yellowish green to yellowish brown liquid.

The aroma is basically citrus, yet fruity and sweet with a warm spicy floral quality, and is reminiscent of Neroli, giving a middle note of medium strength.

Blends With: Black Pepper, Clary Sage, Cypress, Frankincense, Geranium, Jasmine, Mandarin, Nutmeg, Orange, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Vetiver and Ylang-ylang.

Product Abstract: The Bergamot tree can grow up to four meters high, with star-shaped flowers, and smooth leaves, bearing citrus fruit resembling a cross between an orange and a grapefruit, but in a pear shape. The fruit ripens from green to yellow. The name Bergamot is derived from the city Bergamo in Lombardy where the oil was first sold. Bergamotís name is derived from the city Bergamo in Lombardy where the oil was first sold. The tree is native to South East Asia but was introduced to Europe, and particularly Italy and is also found though in the Ivory Coast, Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria.



Cautions: Bergamot Essential Oil has phototoxic properties and exposure to the sun must be avoided after application to the skin. Due to the presence of bergaptene in this oil, please consult a physician prior to using it. Dilute well before use; May cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided.

Storage: It is recommended that oils packaged in metal containers (for safe shipping), be transferred into dark glass containers to maintain freshness and attain maximum shelf life.