Basic Information for Bergamot Essential Oil

Botanical/Latin name(s): Citrus bergamia, Citrus aurantium

Versions: Cold pressed (phototoxic) from the fruit peel – this is the most common; Steam distilled (not phototoxic) from the fruit peel.
This may be sold as Bergapten-free, Furanocoumarin-Free, or BGF.

Shelf life is 3 years.

Below you will find a summary of information you need to know about Basil essential oil compiled by previously published posts, excerpted from materials available on our resources website.

Thrapeutic Properties of Bergamot Essential Oil

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Benefits of Bergamot Essential Oil

Circulatory: arthritis
Digestive: upset stomach, gas, bloating, indigestion, dyspepsia, parasites
Immune: cold, flu, infection, inflammation, virus
Limbic/Emotional: anxiety, depression, irritability, stress, tension, insomnia
Muscular: spasm, cramp, ache, pain
Nervous: palpitations, nerve pain
Respiratory: congestion, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, whooping cough
Skin: bacterial infection, athlete's foot, eczema, psoriasis, acne, body odor, burn, wound, scar, irritation, itch, rash
HOME: airborne germs, surface germs, insect repellent

Find out where Bergamot shines best on this post.

Safety of Bergamot Essential Oil

For more safety information, view this post.

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