BiofloreBergamot essential oil - organic
|10 ml - 5.30 €|
|Best before ≥ 12/31/2020|
Bergamot essential oil is very well known for its subtle and very pleasant perfume and its skin regenerating properties. It is also a classic flavouring food and, digestive, carminative, laxative, antispasmodic it promotes a good digestion.
Its antiseptic, anti-infective and wound healing properties make it useful for the care of skin diseases (acne, sores,) as well as for urinary infections.
As a vapour its odour is very fine and unanimously appreciated and its aseptic properties are perfect for purifying the air. It promotes nervous balance, harmonious coexistence of mental and affective, fights stress and depression, is particularly appreciated by people with insomnia or anxious, restless temperament.
This "essential oil" is obtained by cold expression (and not by steam distillation) of the outer part of the bark of the fruit and is therefore what some call an essence. The biological quality is absolutely essential for zest essences of rutaceous, because otherwise almost pure pesticide is used.
Latin name: Citrus bergamia
Part used: zest
Aromatic molecules: linalyle acetate, limonene, pinene, nerol, geraniol
- calming and sedating the central nervous system
- variably antibacterial, purifying, antiseptic, sanitizes the air
- regenerating skin
- carminative, digestive, laxative
- Anxiety, stress, depression
- Difficulty falling asleep in children
- Acne, eczema, psoriasis, seborrhea, vitiligo, depigmentation of the skin
- Loss of appetite, difficult digestion, dyspepsia, colitis
- Leucorrhea, cystitis
Recommendations for use
External use: 3 to 4 drops of essential oil on the arch of the foot, the inner side of the wrists, the solar plexus or at both sides of the spine for diseases of the nervous system.
Precautions for use
- do not use in the first 3 months of pregnancy
- skin irritation (dermocaustic) possible if used pure
- risk of photosensitivity (Do not apply before sun exposure)
- The above information is taken from serious books but should only be considered as preliminary information in a discussion with your doctor or aromatherapist.
- The vast majority of essential oils are to be used only diluted in a vegetable oil, honey or other suitable medium respecting the recommended dosages.
- When using an essential oil for the first time on the skin, always make a test on the inner sied of the elbow to make sure it does not cause any allergic reaction.
- As essential oils are volatile, sensible to UV radiation and inflammable at high temperature, it is imperative to store them in a tightly closed dark glass bottle and at a temperature between 5 °C and 40 °C.
Santi-shop code: BF002