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Bergamot Essential Oil

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10ml of Bergamot(Citrus bergamia) essential oil in a brown amber bottle with an integral dropper.
Size: 10ml
Latin Name: Citrus Bergamia
Plant Family: Rutaceae
Extraction: Vacuum distillation or solvent extraction of the peel.
What it does: Skin care it helps acne and any blemish on the skin. A few drops mix in oil can help tanning in the sun because of the photosensitizing aspect of Bergamot. It is antiseptic and purifying and also relaxing therefore it can help with anxiety and depression.
History: Bergamot originates from tropical Asia however it is now cultivated mainly in Italy; its name originating from a town in Lombardy. Since the sixteens century Bergamot had been used to help fever as it has antiseptic properties. You may also now the smell from your morning tea as it is uses in Earl Grey as flavouring.

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Details :Bergamot essential oil in a brown glass bottle.

CautionsCautions and Contraindications :Caution when applying bergamot dermally. Can be used but it is preferable to use bergamot orally or by respiratory passage. Carful using it on the skin before going into the sun as it is highly photosensitizing. Essential oils must not be applied directly. Do not use during pregnancy.

Brand/Manufacturer :Woodland Herbs

Form :Liquid - Bergamot Essential Oil

Organic Status :Not-Organic

Vegetarian Suitability :Suitable for Vegetarians
Typical Ingredients :Pure Bergamot essential oil. For typical constituents of essential oils refer to our links page.
Essential Oils UsageAn essential oil is a concentrated extract of a flower or herb. Essential oils are absorbed into the body (through the nose or skin) therefore it is normally advised that you consult with an aromatherapist before using essential oils if you suffer from a medical condition or take medication. This is also advisable if you are pregnant, or when using oils with children under 18 months.
Essential oils are concentrated extracts and should always be used with care and must be diluted before applying to the skin.
Essential oils should not be taken internally, unless on the advice of a professional, after a consultation.

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