Bergamot essential oil – 10 ml
Latin name : Citrus Bergamia
Part of the plant used : Fruit peels
Source : Ivory Coast
Extraction method : Cold pressing
Bergamot essential oil, a fragrance as complex as the fruit itself, is extracted from the peels of the bergamot orange, which thrives in the warm Mediterranean climate. Through the process of cold pressing, we obtain an oil that captures all the sun’s power and rich aroma – an aroma that is as refreshing as a splash of cold water on a hot summer day, while carrying a sweet, almost floral note that envelops the body and soul. A boon to anyone seeking balance, whether through aromatherapy or as a skin care component, this oil is great for lifting spirits and invigorating the senses.
In its essence it carries not only the sunny freshness, but also a profound effect that goes far beyond a pleasant fragrance. It is considered a natural mood enhancer that addresses symptoms of stress, anxiety, and seasonal affective disorder, and has been shown to be useful in the supportive treatment of skin problems such as eczema or wounds. In addition, bergamot oil is said to have a positive effect on digestion and the urinary system, making it a versatile remedy for various ailments.
However, handling this citrus oil requires a certain degree of caution, because it can make the skin photosensitive, which can cause irritation when exposed to the sun. This characteristic reminds us that natural products, however beneficial, must be used with care and respect. The name bergamot is more than just a reference to its origin; it carries the stories of trade routes, traditional uses and the heritage of a region known for its citrus fruits. Over time, bergamot has evolved from a local specialty to a globally prized ingredient in perfumery and Earl Grey tea, making its oil a symbol of a culture that honors the old and welcomes the new.
Bergamot oil and bergamot fragrance works:
In herbal medicine, bergamot is known for the following properties:
1. may relieve the symptoms of depression.
2. reduces pain and inflammation.
3. provides relief from indigestion.
4. supports the health of the skin.
5. lowers fever.
6. relieves the symptoms of respiratory diseases.
7. supports oral health.
8. lowers high blood pressure.
9. may help in the treatment of skin infections.
10. relieves menstrual cramps.
and quite practical in everyday life are the following features:
1. aromatherapy for mood elevation.
2. natural perfume with a citrus note.
3. skin care for oily and acne prone skin.
4. bath additive for a luxurious immersion.
5. massage oil for relaxation.
6. deodorant to freshen rooms.
7. hair tonic for added shine.
8. stress reduction when diffused.
9. help with digestion.
10. flavor enhancer in Earl Grey tea.
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