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Blissful Bergamot, not just for Earl Grey Tea

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Essential Oil Expert Bergamot Essential Oil

Bergamot is a deliciously, perfumed fruit approximately the size of an orange.  In its essential oil form, it encourages a healthy, clearer complexion, great for oily skin types.  And for its uniquely uplifting and calming effects.

It has a yellowish color similar to a lemon, used widely as a citrus flavoring agent, especially in gelatins and puddings.  Not optimal for juice consumption, it’s nectar is a little less sour than a lemon but more bitter than a grapefruit.

It is grown from a small tree that only blossoms during the winter months and originating from the most fragile of the citrus plants, that demand social climate and soil in order to thrive.

The Italian culture has used Bergamot for years to dwindle tension and stress and rejuvenate the skin.  Where in Greece, the immature fruits are used for sweetmeats, eaten as a treat or with coffee.  The round fruit is what gives Earl Grey Tea its fantastically, distinct flavor.  It was added to imitate the more upscale varieties of Chinese tea in England since the 1820’s.

Historically, it is used to assist with the flow of life-giving energy so the digestive system can work well and properly.

Spiritually, Bergamot releases the compulsion to be in exhaustive control of everything around you, so that flowing with life is more apparent.  It encourages the opening of the solar plexus chakra and heart chakra.

With its abundant benefits, however, it is strongly suggested to avoid sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after applying the product to your skin to avoid burning and damage.

It’s uses are plentiful and beneficial.

  • >>Try diffusing Bergamot at work, home or in a classroom where high stress levels may be present.
  • >>Apply it to the skin while bathing and inhale deeply to receive it’s blissful aroma and purifying skin benefits.
  • >>>Put Bergamot on your Aromatherapy Jewelry to support clamness.  Aromatherapy Jewelry is jewelry made out of natural clay, such as terra-cotta, that can absorb essential oils.  It can also be constructed out of glass or wood, but the best part is, you can make them yourself, DIY-style.  You can choose to create or purchase earrings, necklaces, bracelets, pendant, beads, or anything your heart can conjure up for that constant dose of Aromatherapy.  It’s like your own personal diffuser that travels with you wherever you go.
  • >>Add Bergamot to your next Aromatherapy bath, with just 2-4 drops, you can enjoy its vast benefits.
  • >>Apply to the bottom of your feet before you go to sleep.
  • >>You can use it with Fractionated Coconut Oil for a massage.
  • >>Add 1-2 drops to your favorite skin care product for added cleansing properties.

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