Light yet complex, Bergamot is a nuanced scent that intrigues. On first breath, this citrusy top note is tart and sweet with a hint of bitterness. Notes of flora and spice play hide-and-seek in the background, beckoning a closer whiff.
- Bergamot supports the secretion of bile, enzymes and digestive acids, which work together to improve the efficiency of the digestive system, while its anti-spasmodic properties alleviates involuntary muscular contractions such as cough and premenstrual syndrome (PMS) cramps. It is also used to treat depression and reduce high anxiety levels, which affect sleep and cause other physiological imbalances.
Relieves stress-related insomnia
Relieves respiratory conditions
Encourages skin regeneration
Facilitates proper digestion and bowel movement
In a Nebuliser
Add 30 to 40 drops (1.5 – 2ml) in a nebuliser.
In an Oil Burner
Add 10 drops (0.2ml) to warm water in the bowl of a burner. Light a tealight candle and place in the hearth of the burner. The heat will allow the scent to diffuse and fill the room. If you using an electric burner, you can control the heat by using the dimmer.
IN A MASSAGE
Add 10 drops (0.2ml) to 15 ~ 25ml of a carrier oil. Massage deeply into muscle and pressure points.
Always store in dark glass bottle (preferably amber) and in a cool and dark place away from heat and sunlight.
Keep out of reach from children and pets. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not ingest. Do not use diluted on skin and perform a patch test to observe allergic reactions before use. Not recommended for use with plastic, finished wood, or painted surfaces - remove if in contact.
- Citrus Bergamia (Bergamot) Oil
Country of Origin: Cote d’Ivoire
Extraction Method: Cold-press distillation of the peel
Volatility: Top Note
Shelf life: 3 years
Available volumes: 10ml, 50ml, 100ml