Bergamot

Bergamot – Citrus bergamia

‘It has a very sweet, light, tangy, citrusy aroma.
Traditionally used to calm nerves, it is naturally antibiotic and a disinfectant. It blends well with Black Pepper and Rosemary to freshen up any home or work space this spring.’
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Bergamot and rosemary essential oils are available for purchase at the Guelph Farmers’ Market, Saturdays, 7 am – noon.  Please contact me to special order black pepper. 

Please consult an essential oil book or other professional reference source for suggested uses & dilution ratios.   Citrus essential oils are photosensitive – may cause skin pigmentation if skin is exposed to sunlight or other ultra-violet light.

Mind ~ Uplifting • Calming • Antidepressant

Suggested use: Breathe directly from bottle; use with diffuser jewelry; diffuse with nebulizer in work and living space.

Body ~ Digestive: flatulence, indigestion, restores appetite • Antiseptic: mouth & skin infections • Urinary: cystitis • Respiratory: blend with lemon for bronchitis, sore throat, tonsillitis

Suggested uses:
Blend with a carrier oil for a massage oil to treat:
As a vapo•rub to help relieve congestion (cold, flu, bronchitis) • As a belly rub to aid in expelling flatulence

Spirit ~ Sacral & Solar Plexus Chakras • Encourages loving & joyous interchanges • Instills compassion, harmony & centredness

Suggested uses: Blend with a carrier oil for a massage oil
• Use to anoint sacral and/or solar plexus chakras before  meditation  • Apply to wrists to help promote & support centrelines  throughout the day

As always, keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If pregnant or lactating, consult your health-care provider prior to use. If suffering from any health condition, consult your health-care provider before using. Phototoxic.

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