3 Major Uses for Bergamot Essential Oil

  1. With a drop or 2 of Bergamot essential oil, rubbing on any aching parts of the body will help relieve the muscles.
  2. Mix Bergamot essential oil with any of your daily oils, apply it on your skin for a more even skin tone.
  3. Diffuse Bergamot essential oil for a relaxing and calming atmosphere, perfect for a chill weekend!

Did you know?

Bergamot essential oil is from the fruit Citrus Bergamia, produced by the Bergamot plant. Sort of mutated, it is known as a hybrid between a lemon and sour orange.

CAUTION!

  • Bergamot essential oil has a high photo-toxicity, exposure to the sun may cause the skin to be more vulnerable to pigmentation or even skin cancer.
  • Women who are pregnant or breast feeding should stay away from this essential oil
  • Children should only take a moderate amount of Bergamot essential oil, to avoid any serious side effects.
  • Diabetic individuals who use Bergamot essential oil should regularly monitor blood sugar levels as it may cause blood sugar levels to go too low.¬†If you have a surgery scheduled, keep in mind to stop using Bergamot essential oil two weeks prior.