Bergamot
Essential Oil

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Uses

Depression: uplifting and reduces nervous tension Uplifting: creating a feeling of joy and freshnessEnergy: by improving blood circulation Metabolism: enabling proper digestions of nutrients in the digestive systemInfection: inhibition of the growth of germs, fungi and viruses
Pain: lessens pain nerve sensitivity thus reducing the symptoms of sprains, muscle aches, and headaches.
Skin: evens the supply of melanin minimizing the look of scars, acne and skin irritations.
Body Odor: reduce the growth of body odor germs and freshening the air.
Fever: fights infections cause by harmful bacteria (topically).
Cavity: removing germs from teeth and protecting from developing cavities.
Intestinal Worms: killing germs and topically treating intestinal worms and anemia.
Tetanus: disinfectant and antiseptic protection against tetanus growth.
Congestion: battling a cold or cough and loosening phlegm and mucus Cultivation/Extraction Method Cold Pressed.

Cultivation/Extraction Method

Wildcrafted/Steam Distillation

Historic Benefits

Bergamot can be traced back to Southeast Asia and was named after the city of Bergamo in Lombardy, Italy, where it was originally sold.  Bergamot oil is antibacterial, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic.

Blends With

Blends with Blend of Vanilla, Cinnamon Bark, Pink Grapefruit, Lemon, Red Mandarin, Orange, Sandalwood Precautions.

Precautions

Photo Toxic - can leave skin red, burnt, or blistered when exposed to the sun.

"This has not been evaluated by the FDA. Products and information are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease."

 

Availabililty: In Stock
Size: 15ml