Bergamot (Citrus bergamia)

Helps Promote
Confidence, optimism, spontaneity, positive mood, peace, happiness

Helps Relieve
Anger, anxiety, depression, stress, fatigue, fear, insecurity and loneliness.

Citrus bergamia
Ingredients: Pure bergamot oil
Aroma: Sweet, fruity
Benefits: Lively, inspiring, uplifting
Mixes Well With: Cedarwood oil, rosewood oil, tangerine oil, and chamomile oil
Extraction Method: Cold Pressed from fresh fruit peel
Physical Characteristics:
Specific Gravity: 0.875-0.880
Refractive Index: 1.465-1.468

Bergamot is a citrus tree widely cultivated in certain coastal regions of Italy and Sicily. The name bergamot is actually derived from Bergamo, a city in Lombardi, Italy, where commercial use of the tree originated. Bergamot is actually a hybrid, or a cross between orange and lemon trees, with an aroma that’s more orange than lemon. Bergamot is popular both as a scent and a flavoring. You’ll find its distinct, spicy-citrusy flavor as an integral component of cherished foods and beverages such as Earl Grey tea and Turkish Delight. This Middle Eastern confection is one that fans of the book The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe will remember as the sweet treat highly desired by younger brother Edmund. As a scent, bergamot’s subtle citrus/spice aroma is a common addition to many perfumes and cosmetics, and it works extremely well in combination with a wide variety of other essential oils.
brightens, intensifies the brightness of the aura and your life, helps to achieve success in cognition, creativity, easy to overcome difficulties. Neutralizes the aggressive energy of the crowd.