Bergamot Essential Oil is a calming oil, it helps to restore energy and soothes nervous tension. A natural deworming and intestinal stimulant, it is therefore recommended in case of difficult digestion, aerophagia and intestinal parasites. It can also be used for skin problems, taking care of its photosensitizing properties.
Bergamot, whose botanical name is Citrus bergamia, originates from Italy.
How to use
HOW TO USE
As a diffusion
Put a few drops of the Bergamot Orange essential oil in the diffuser or on a diffusion stone and leave to diffuse for 15 minutes per hour maximum.
As an inhalation
Put 2 to 3 drops of this essential oil on a paper handkerchief and inhale.
As a massage
It is possible to use this essential oil diluted in vegetable oil or Dermoneutre, however it is important to avoid direct sunlight for the 12 hours following the application, because this essential oil is very photosensitive.
In a bath
Dilute this essential oil in bath oil then add it to the bath water
Put 1 or 2 drops on a sugar lump or in a spoon of honey.
Nervous fatigue or insomnia
Add 6 drops Bergamot Orange essential oil + 6 drops Lavender essential oil + 4 drops Geranium essential oil + 4 drops Grapefruit essential oil to 30 mL Sweet Almond vegetable oil, put a few drops in the diffuser or pulveriser.
- Mode of extraction - Cold press
- Botanical name - Citrus bergamia
- Part of plant used - Zest
- Geographical origin - Italy
- Type of culture - Organic
- Quality - Essential Oil Scientifically Defined (HESD) 100% pure and natural
Agitation, nervosité, aérophagie
Agitation, anxiety, aerophagia
Limonene (30 to 50%), linalyl acetate (14 to 37%), linalool (3 to 15%), geraniol (< 0.2%), citral (< 1%)