It's true, they call this oil "Nature's Prozac" because Bergamot can be balancing for both anxiety and depression. Calming and yet uplifting, try this oil when you need some soothing for the soul.  Bergamot is also stimulating to the immune system, great for pain relief and even the respiratory relief.  Talk about a well-rounded oil!  The aroma can be sharper than most citruses with softer undertones and wonderfully bright.  It's one of our most popular oils!

Here's just a few benefits Bergamot is known for: 

  • analgesic (pain-relieving) & anti-inflammatory
  • uplifting, stress-reducing, & mood-enhancing
  • may help with muscle spasms and coughs
  • stimulates the immune system
  • mild cooling effect when applied to skin
  • known to help with depression 
  • helps with digestive distress

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to treat, cure or prevent disease.*

While the possibilities are endless, we recommend you enjoy Bergamot essential oil topically or aromatically.  Here's a few ideas:

  • Apply with a carrier oil to abdomen area for stomach upset and bloating
  • Try a few drops in the diffuser with Spruce for an inspiring aroma
  • Rub a few drops with a carrier oil on the chest to calm anxiety
  • Open bottle and sniff or use in an inhaler to help with depression
  • Massage into sore muscles for pain relief and swelling 
  • Use a few drops with carrier oil on front and back of chest to help with respiratory congestion

Always remember to use a carrier oil when applying a full-strength oil topically, our roll-ons are pre-diluted and ready to be applied to the skin.  

Bergamot is phototoxic so avoid direct sunlight for 12 hours to the area where the oil was applied.  Undiluted, excessive use may cause skin irritation.  

  • For aromatic or topical use

  • Keep out of reach of children

  • Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, mucous membranes and sensitive areas

  • As with all essential oils, dilution with a carrier oil is recommended for topical use

Latin Name:  Citrus bergamia

Country of Origin: Italy

Part of Plant:  Fruit Peel

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