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Description:

Bergamot Essential Oil: Citrus aurantium bergamia

The essential bergamot oil from AgilNature is 100 percent natural and from controlled organic cultivation. It is obtained by cold pressing the outer skins of the unripe fruits of the bergamot tree (Citrus aurantium bergamia). The bergamot tree belongs to the citrus family (Citrus) and this to the rue family (Rutaceae). The bergamot was probably created from a cross between bitter orange (Citrus aurantium) and citron (Citrus medica). The distribution area is primarily limited to southern Italy, but is increasingly expanding to climatically similar areas on the Mediterranean. The evergreen plant reaches heights of growth of up to four meters. The white, fragrant flowers open in early spring. The pear-shaped, green to yellow fruits are harvested between November and March.

Bergamot Oil in Aromatherapy: Effects & Properties

Essential bergamot oil is used in aromatherapy for mental illnesses. The fresh, citrusy scent has a positive effect, especially in the case of depression, including winter depression caused by a lack of light. In addition, it should have a relaxing effect on the nerves and also provide relief for premenstrual symptoms. The antiseptic and expectorant properties are used therapeutically in diseases of the respiratory tract and tonsillitis.

Bergamot oil also has an antispasmodic and digestive effect, so it can also be used for indigestion, colic and flatulence. It is also used successfully by therapists for viral skin diseases such as herpes or shingles. Bergamot oil has a strong top note and is one of the strengthening and restorative oils.

The following properties are assigned to essential bergamot peel oil in the specialist literature:

  • antispasmodic
  • antibacterial
  • anti-inflammatory
  • antiseptic
  • appetite and digestive stimulant
  • hormone regulating
  • regenerating and building up skin cells
  • adstringierend
  • cleansing
  • deodorizing

Bergamot oil as a room fragrance and in perfumery

As a room fragrance, the essential oil can have an encouraging, harmonizing and refreshing effect and is considered a ray of hope in a gloomy mood. In perfumery, bergamot oil contributes fragrance components to woody and resinous notes as well as floral, lavender, and fantasy scents. It is also a component of cologne and is used in many hair care products. In combination with a carrier oil such as almond or jojoba oil, antispasmodic massage oils with bergamot oil can be prepared, which have a positive effect on scar tissue, stretch marks or skin blemishes.

Please note that essential oils like bergamot oil are concentrates that should only be used diluted. For more information, see "Application".

Product Profile:

Characteristics of Bergamot Peel Essential Oil bio

The oil is a mobile, yellow to brownish liquid. Green hues may also be present due to the chlorophyll still present in the peel. It has a delicate and sweet scent, with distinctly lemony notes. In terms of length of stay, intensity and effect, it is classified as a rich top note.

The essential bergamot peel oil dissolves easily in alcohol (1:2, ethanol), vegetable oils and other essential oils. It is almost insoluble in water.

The natural components of the all-natural essential oil include
Limonene, Linalyl acetate, Pinene, Linalool.

Contents: 10 ml 100% natural essential oil - 1 ml corresponds to approx. 20 drops
PZN: 11016027

Application:

Room scenting

Put 5-8 drops of essential oil in the bowl filled with water in the aroma lamp or wet the aroma stone directly with it. In combination with other essential oils, reduce the amount as desired.

5-8 drops of bergamot peel oil in the aroma lamp counteract the sinking of the mood, cheer up and bring us back into balance.

Fragrance mixture for new drive and better concentration: Add 1-2 drops of spearmint to 3 drops each of bergamot and rosemary oil. Caution: do not use too late in the evening to avoid problems falling asleep.

Fragrance mixture for (spring) fatigue: 3 drops cedarwood, 3 drops juniper, 4 drops bergamot.

Fragrance mixture for a good mood and air purification, especially in the low-light cold season: 3 Tr. Bergmotte, 2 Tr. Grapefruit, 2 Tr. Niaouli, 1-2 Tr. Nutmeg sage or lavender fine or rosary.

Storage: Store away from light at temperatures of 15 to 22 °C and out of the reach of children.

Important instructions:

Note the hazard warnings on the label. The bottle has a childproof cap and vertical dropper. To dose the essential oil, hold the bottle upside down so that you can count the individual drops. Depending on the consistency of the oil, it may take some time after opening for the first time until the first drops can be seen.

Caution: Essential oils are concentrates that may only be used diluted! Some of the ingredients in bergamot peel essential oil are considered hazardous to health when applied to the skin or when ingested. The contained coumarin derivatives (e.g. B. limetin) can at ingestion in larger amounts toxic to the liver and kidneys. The psoralen derivatives (eg. B. bergapten, bergaptol, bergamottin) show photosensitizing and phototoxic properties. Under Influence of UV light (also from sunlight) can cause skin irritations, e.g. pigment spots appear. Bergamot peel oil contains potentially allergenic components such as linalool, limonene and - in low concentrations - geraniol and citral.

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