Relieve Stress & Anxiety
Bergamot Essential Oil (Citrus bergamia) has the fresh, sweet, citrus scent that is familiar to many as the flavoring in Earl Grey Tea. Uplifting and relaxing, Bergamot is good for building confidence and enhancing your mood. It has a long history of use for oily and troubled skin.
Historical Data: It is believed that Christopher Columbus brought bergamot to Bergamo in Northern Italy from the Canaary Islands. A mainstay in traditional Italian medicine, bergamot has been used in the Middle East for hundreds of years for skin conditions associated with an oily complexion. Bergamot is responsible for the distinctive flavor of the renowned Earl Grey Tea, and was used in the first genuine eau de cologne.
During the Napoleonic times, it was trendy to use bergamot as a cologne and perfume and is still dominantly used by the perfume industry in it's "deterpenized" form.
When companies "deterpenize" Bergamot Essential Oil, they take out the furanocoumarins, that which makes the oil photosensitive and creates skin reactions. But depending on the process the company uses, if may also disrupt the quality of the oil, especially when chemicals are used.
Young Living's Bergamot Oils is Furanocoumarin Free (FCF) and can also be used on dogs to clean their ears or helping with infection. This soothing and relaxing oil can help pets relax and release anxiety and stress.
Key Constituents for Bergamot Essential Oil:
Limonene — 30-45%
Linaly Acetate — 22-36%
Linalol — 3-15%
Gamma-Terpinene — 6-10%
Beta-Pinene — 5.5-9.5%
Terpenes and Ester content make this oil uplifting for individuals with low energy and relaxing for those who are stressed. It is the perfect diffusor oil to prevent viral airborne infections and provide ease for light respiratory conditions.
Bergamot Essential Oil Research:
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HerbClip: Study Evaluates Use of Aromatherapy for Menopausal Symptoms authority with an accurate indication of plant parts from which the oils are derived. In this paper for example bergamot is identified as Citrus bergamia but should be C aurantium spp bergamia; neroli bitter orange as C aurantium derived from...
Wellness Solutions for Bergamot Essential Oil: calming, endocrine support, mood elevating, immune enhancing.
Fragrance: promotes relaxation; moodlifting qualities; relieves anxiety
To learn more about essential oils and to experience the application of therapeutic grade essential oils, join one of our workshops. We also offer individual Aromatherapy consultation. To book a session, please sms 016-4525363 and Han Ni will call you back.
And please do click on our Young Living Essential Oils Link to read more about the Young Living Essential Oils.
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