Floracopeia Bergamot Essential Oil

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Floracopeia Bergamot Essential Oil

13.00

(Citrus Bergamia)

Organic Italy

Floracopeia's Bergamot oil, widely adored as a vital tonic for mood enhancement, radiant skin and hair.

1/2 fl oz (15 mL)

About Bergamot Oil

Bergamot oil is one of the world’s most adored citrus oils. The benefits of this oil are numerous and its aromatic profile is so compelling that it has been used for centuries in both perfumes and confections.

When a few drops are added to your diffuser, bergamot’s bright sweetness produces big smiles. Known for its powerful mood stabilizing effects, it can calm agitated children and is great for promoting clarity in the workspace. Diffuse this beautiful fragrance with lavender as a nighttime blend to promote restful sleep and sweet dreams.

Aside from being an absolute staple in your home diffuser collection, this oil also has a natural affinity for the hair. Adding a few drops to your favorite carrier oil will create a nourishing tonic that will infuse your hair with luster and shine.

Bergamot Oil Profile

This superior grade of organic bergamot oil from the southern Italian region of Calabria is a clean, nuanced citrus with a classic, tangy-green topnote.

How to Use Bergamot Oil

Bergamot is one our our favorite oils to keep handy by the diffuser as its sweet fragrance blends well with almost any other oil. Universally loved by the whole family, bergamot is a great year round fragrance for creating a fresh, welcoming home. We find that children in particular find bergamot enjoyable. .

Other Ways To Use Bergamot Oil

Add several drops to a mister or spray bottle as a natural and pleasant insect repellent.

Dilute one drop of bergamot in 2 tablespoons of warm water. Gargle the mixture to freshen the breath and maintain oral health.

At nighttime, place two drops on a cotton ball and tuck it under your pillowcase before bed for a restful, pleasant sleep.

 

Ayurvedic Wisdom for Bergamot Oil

According to the ancient healing system of Ayurveda, bergamot essential oil decreases problems caused by Vata and Kapha (the biological forces of wind and phlegm). By balancing "phlegm," bergamot oil helps to reduce sluggishness, complacency and melancholy. Its mood uplifting qualities support heightened and brightened energy.

Aromatic Profile and Blending of Bergamot Essential Oil

Perfumery Note: Top note

Odor: Complex citrus, tangy-green, sweet, fresh and clean, slightly floral and spicy

Strength of Initial Aroma: Medium

Dry-out: Oily-herbaceous, slightly sweet and somewhat balsamic

 

Safety Considerations for Bergamot Essential Oil

Though it is generally non-toxic and non-irritating, bergamot is extremely phototoxic. Do not expose skin to sunlight for 12 hours after application. Repeated use may result in contact sensitization, so be sure to rotate between different oils. Do not use on children younger than 5 years of age. Do not take bergamot essential oil internally.

Product Details:

Botanical Name: Citrus bergami, C. aurantium, var. bergamia

Family: Rutaceae

Composition: 100% Pure bergamot oil

Origin: Italy

Method of Extraction: Expression

Cultivation/Harvesting:Organic

Plant Part: Peel of the nearly ripe fruit

Color: Greenish yellow to green

Consistency: Thin, mobile

Yield: .5- 1.5%

Bottle Size: 15ml

Interesting Bergamot Oil Info

Bergamot essential oils are now commonly employed in the place of more expensive, dried bergamot peels. The oil is used in the food and confectionery industry as flavoring for liqueurs, aromatic teas, candies and candied fruits. The juice and skin of the fruit are also used in the agro-alimentary industry for the production of soft drinks, jellies and jams. Bergamot also gives Earl Grey tea its distinctive flavor.

Bergamot was the base for the original French "eau de cologne"; it is still used in many modern-day perfumes to fix the aromatic bouquet and to add a top note of freshness to the fragrance. In the 18th century bergamot bark was shaped and dried into elaborately decorated boxes, which were highly prized among the French aristocracy.

Bergamot essential oil, a citrus, is not to be confused with the herb bee balm (Monarda didyma).

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The Floracopeia Difference

We believe in grass roots health care, and that everyone should know how to use pure essential oils and herbs safely to support their own health. We believe that aromatic treasures like essential oils and flower essences can have a significant positive influence on our mental, physical and spiritual health, and on the economic health of small communities throughout the world. Floracopeia was established to provide the highest quality aromatic treasures and health education, support ecological agriculture, and promote traditional plant-based knowledge.

We do this by:

Supporting Ecologically Responsible Producers

By actively choosing to economically support and uplift ecologically responsible farmers and sustainable agroforestry projects around the world, we are helping to make a difference in remote and impoverished communities, as we preserve and protect the earth and her treasures. We have personal relationships with most of our distillers, and, by paying a fair price directly to them, we are lowering the cost of top-grade essential oils, attars, hydrosols, flower essences, and natural perfume ingredients for our customers. Read more about our Eco-projects.

Procuring the Highest Quality Oils

Floracopeia offers only the finest, highest-quality wildcrafted and organic aromatic products. Our oils are 100% pure, and of the highest grade for therapeutic purposes since they come straight out of the stills, and contain no fillers or adulterants of any type.

Seeking Out Unusual, Rare, and Hard-to-Find Oils

We pride ourselves on seeking out and providing oils from the far corners of the globe that you may not be able to find elsewhere. We also provide several varieties of the more popular oils, such as lavender and eucalyptus, so that you can discover the nuances among them and choose your favorite.

Promoting Traditional Plant-based Knowledge

Floracopeia provides education about the medicinal, ecological, economic, and spiritual benefits of medicinal and aromatic plants in the form of workshops, multi-media events, meditation retreats and publications. By passing this knowledge on, we are not only empowering our customers, we are helping to preserve and promote traditional and indigenous ethnobotanical knowledge of medicinal and aromatic plants and their uses.

Presenting Clear and Accurate Information About Essential Oils

We believe in ensuring our customers' safety through education about the safe and sane use of essential oils.