Bergamot Essential Oil•
Posted on October 22 2018
Origin: Southern Italy
Bergamot is a citrus fruit of small size and slightly similar to that of a pear, just like its stem. Its flavor is sour and its aromatic skin is used to obtain the cold squeezed essence of the peel that is subsequently used a lot in perfumery, in Earl Gray tea and in cosmetics. Also, although to a lesser extent, it is used in the kitchen to flavor dishes.
- It has a polarizing, bioelectronic and harmonizing effect. It has the ability to lead to a brain balance between the right and left hemisphere.
- Strengthens the limbic capacity of memorization.
- Suitable for people with difficulty sleeping or concentrating.
- Effective antidote against depression, anxiety, respiratory tract infections and nervous indigestion.
- Powerful antiseptic: effective against all types of infections, especially the urinary tract (cystitis, urethritis)
- It is an effective appetite stimulant in cases of anorexia nervosa and will regulate appetite in the case of compulsive consumers. Its effect is regulatory, causing any eating disorder to normalize.
- Re-channeling negative feelings, bergamot helps restore optimism, motivation and hope
Inhaled by pouring a few drops of bergamot essential oil in a water humidifier. In addition to having a pleasant aroma, its aspiration facilitates absorption.
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