Bergamot Essential Oil? -?Citrus bergamia – (Rutaceae) is 100% pure oil. The method of extraction is by cold pressing the rinds of the Bergamot fruit. The Bergamot orange is yellow/green in colour, grown and processed on the undulating slopes of Sicily and Reggio di Calabria, Italy.
The rind of the fruit gives off a citrus/spicy aroma – a little like a cross between orange and grapefruit.
Heritage Oils Bergamot Oil is free of Bergaptene which is the component of the oil that causes skin sensitivity in the sun. By using our oil makes it safer to use in facial oils and creams.
With its light citrus note, Bergamot oil aids in building confidence and provides assistance in healing some skin conditions. The oil compliments many other aromas and a large percentage in male and female perfumes.
Bergamot is often seen as blended with many other essential oils. We suggest Ylang Ylang, herbal oils, Buddhawood and WA Sandalwood and Cedarwood.
Try in a shower after a hard day’s work or sprinkled in a relaxing bath.
Bergamot oil is known to assist depressive disorders and can stimulate the senses when inhaled in a vaporiser. Bergamot is also a lovely oil and when inhaled relaxes and composes the body and mind.
Bergamot essential oil blends well with most essential oils, specifically those which are base notes to produce a lighter aroma which works ell in pulse point fragrances.
Store your oil in a cool dry place below 30? away from the reach of small children. This oil is not recommended during pregnancy although advice from your Aromatherapist would be a suggestion and do not ingest this oil.
Major plant chemical compounds are linalyl, feraniol, myrcene, nerol, alpha-pinene, alpha-terpinol, neryl acetate
If you are an Aquarian, you are most likely attracted to Bergamot oil.