Bergamot 10 ml or 15 ml diluted to 25% in Jojoba

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Citrus bergamia - Italy

We procure this Bergamot from Italy. While the source is not certified organic, it comes from a sweet distillery that is family operated and they do not spray their trees with pesticides and insecticides.

A top note with bright, lemony and fruity sweet odor. The fragrance doesn’t linger for long. Some batches are sweeter while others are more lemony.


Bergamot made its way from the Canary Islands to Spain and finally to southern Italy, Calabria, which is still the primary area of production, accounting for 80% of Bergamot oil on the market. The Bergamot tree grows well in Europe, despite being a tropical plant. It is cold expressed from the relatively unripe fruit rinds November through March.

Antioxidant, digestive stimulant, detoxicant, appetite suppressant, analgesic, antidepressant, antiseptic, antibiotic, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, stomachic, calmative, cicatrisant, deodorant, febrifuge, vermifuge and vulnerary.

Bergamot essential oil can be helpful for general achiness with inflammation especially if accompanied with depression or dysregulation of the mental and emotional body. It increases circulation and supports tissue healing. Digestively Bergamot is a true ally: It calms the stomach, treats nausea, food stagnation, and poor digestion or assimilation.
It helps with infections, is reported to lower blood pressure (most likely via the decrease in stress response physiologically), and may help reduce fevers.

Bergamot is used prolifically in skin care. It has a significant history of being used for the treatment of acne, scarring, hyperpigmentation, and even psoriasis. It is antiseptic, and tissue healing. Bergamot is a nice match with oily and congested skin types. Use in remedies for eczema, psoriasis, and pruritus. It can also be used in deodorants.

Due to its antiseptic and astringent activities, Bergamot Essential Oil makes an excellent addition to cosmetics that are meant to help achieve glowing and evenly toned skin. As a toner, it cleanses pores and strengthens skin tissues. Blending Bergamot Oil into shampoo and body washes and rubbing it into the scalp and body may strengthen hair, stimulate its growth, and relieve itchiness and irritation on the scalp and skin.

For most who use Bergamot essential oil, it creates a feeling of being refreshed and renewed and a fundamentally balanced body and mind. It is known for uplifting negative moods and has been used for hundreds of years, cross culturally to treat depression, and relieve lethargy, nervousness, and insomnia.

Bergamot has an uncanny way of bringing equilibrium and equanimity to the nervous system and to the Soul. A key oil in supporting any type of deregulatory condition, especially at the level of the mental and emotional body. When used on point Shenmen in the ear (instructions on the Energetics of Bergamot audio associated with this lesson), it can literally reset the entire nervous system within two minutes. It connects right and left hemispheres of the brain, releases fascial holding patterns in the body, and powerfully opens perspective.

There is no match for Bergamot in relation to opening perspective and releasing conflict bound in thoughts centered around injustices. In turn, this allows space for ease and calm to emerge. If you’ve ever experienced the gifts from “non-violent communication,” the gifts of Bergamot used thoughtfully are much the same. It is one of the most appropriate plant allies in this time of great polarization.

Causes photosensitization in some individuals. Do not use it if pregnant or breastfeeding. Not for use by those with epilepsy or estrogen-related cancers.

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