Scientific name: Citrus Bergamia
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 many properties, highlighting the antidote effect against depression and anxiety, its powerful efficiency against infections especially those related to the urinary tract such as cystitis or urethritis. It is also an appetite stimulant for both anorexia nervosa and regulator for compulsive consumers.
- 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