Bergamot (Citrus bergamia)
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Bergamot is taught in the Citrus Essential Oil Blending Class. Citrus essential oils are considered cleansing, refreshing, detoxing, uplifting and skin penetration enhancers. It is best to only buy certified organic citrus oils. Heavy amounts of chemicals are used on these plants and many are found in the cold pressed oils.
Lot #: EOBR720
Use By Date: 7/2020
Lot #: EOBR420
Use By Date: 4/2020
ESSENTIAL OIL DETAIL
Botanical Name: (Citrus bergamia)
Method of extraction: Cold pressed from certified organic fruit rind.
Cultivation Method: Distiller is Certified Organic
Best to store in the refrigerator.
Odor of Intensity: 4
Main Use: Anxiety ~ Calming ~ Skin Care
ROUTES OF APPLICATION:
INHALATION: Inhale directly from the bottle to help calm anxiety, frustrations, mental exhaustion and depression or when dealing with spasmodic coughs. Wonderful in combination with Lavender & Ylang Ylang when trying to reduce psychological stress responses.
STEAM INHALATION: Not recommended on its own due to photo-toxicity.
TOPICAL APPLICATION: Dilute 1 drop MAX of essential oil to 1 oz carrier for fully body massage, skin care and with the elderly. Great oil for massage when dealing with anxiety, depression and nervous tension. Blend bergamot, lavender, chamomile (roman) to help with abdomenal pain associated with UTI.
DIFFUSER: Add a few drops to a diffuser to help disinfect the air or to help with anxiety, depression and nervous tension.
BATH: A synergy including bergamot diluted in a carrier would be recommended for those struggling with anxiety, depression and nervous tension but do not exceed max dilution of 0.4%. Use in a sitz bath when dealing with UTI. Add 3 drops bergamot and 3 drops tea tree to water and repeat daily until discomfort subsides. Seekl medical advice if pus or blood are in urine or if a fever develops.
SUGGESTED USES FOR:
* Airborne Antimicrobial
* Antiseptic - for urinary tract, cystitis, acne, oily skin
* Antibacterial ~ Salmonella species
* Anti-fungal - candida
* Antispasmodic - indigestion
* Antiviral - herpes simplex 1 & 2, cold sores
* Calms muscle spasms and pain
* May assist in relieving gas
* Wound healing - burns
* Balances emotions
* Calms frustration, anger, anxiety, fear and nervousness
* Relives Insomnia
* Reduces work-related stress
* Relaxes the nervous system
* Uplifting & energizing effect on the emotional system
* Anxiolytic - inhibits anxiety
* Frees the spirit
* Helps open the heart so one can receive and give love when dealing with grief
* Opens the the heart & solar plexus chakra
* Helps one relax and let go
* Can be used to calm a chakra that has heat, disturbance or agitation present
*Maximum dermal use 0.4% (1 drops per oz of carrier) in final product to avoid photo-toxicity. Dilute prior to skin application.
*Photo-toxic - Avoid exposure to sunlight, tanning beds and UV rays for 12 - 24 hours after application if final 1 oz blend has more than 12 drops lemon oil in 1 oz carrier oil. Distilled Lemon Oil is NOT photo-toxic.
*NOT FOR INTERNAL USE
*Safe during pregnancy
*High in the chemical constituent Limonene which makes it flammable. Do NOT use when making candles or in the laundry.
*Irritation & sensitization may occur with oxidized oils 2 years and older and should be avoided.
*Best to store in the refrigerator.
*Due to the volatile nature of oils high in limonene, Citrus oils must be stored in a dark, airtight glass bottle in the refrigerator. ALWAYS verify the cap is completely closed or oxygen with degrade your oils.
*Citrus oils are high in the chemical constituent limonene. Limonene is a very volatile molecule, meaning is quickly evaporates, causing these oils to oxidize quickly (1 - 2 years). Oxidized oils are skin irritants and skin sensitizers and should not be used topically or by direct inhalation from the bottle once they’re past their 2 year shelf life or if there is less than 10% remaining in the bottle after a year and a half. Diffusing expired oils is fine as well as adding them to cleaning products. The antimicrobial action still remains, though weakened, once past their shelf life.
*Keep out of reach of children.
*Store in a cool dark place.
*Avoid contact with eyes and mucus membranes.
Disclaimer: Statements made on these products are for informational purpose only and are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. None of the statements made have been approved or reviewed by the FDA. If you are suffering from any disease or illness you should consult your personal health care practitioner before changing any medication.
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