BERGAMOT ESSENTIAL OIL (CITRUS BERGAMIA)

• Botanical Name– Citrus Bergamia
• Origin– Native To Tropical Asia, It Is Extensively Cultivated In Calabria In Southern Italy And Commercially Grown On Ivory Coast.
• Part Of Plant Used– Peel Of Nearly Ripe Fruit.
• Method Of Extraction– Cold Expression
• Aroma And Colour– Bergamot Oil Is A Light Greenish Yellow Coloured Liquid With A Fresh Sweet-Fruity, Slightly Spicy Balsamic Undertone.
• Therapeutic Indication– Deodorant, Vulnerary, Vermifuge, Antibiotic, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, And A Sedative, Anthelmintic, Antitoxic, Carminative, Diuretic, Febrifuge, Laxative, Analgesic, Parasiticide, Rubefacient, Tonic, Antidepressant, Disinfectant, Febrifuge, Cicatrisant, And Digestive Properties.
• Principal Constituents– Linalyl Acetate (30-60%), Linalool (11-12%) And Other Alcohols, Sesquiterpenes, Terpenes, Alkanes And Furocoumarins (Including Bergapten, 0.3-0.39%)
• How To Use– Diffuse, Bath And Massage
• Caution– Bergamot Is An Essential Oil And As Such Should Not Be Applied Directly, Undiluted On The Skin Or Ingested. It Should Not Be Taken By Pregnant Women.

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