Bergamot

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Discover the Rich History and Benefits of Bergamot Essential Oil by Amish Heart

Bergamot Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Citrus Bergamia
Extraction Method: Cold Pressed
Extracted From: Peel Only
Farming Method: Wildcrafted
Nation of Harvest: Italy
Size: 10ml (1/3 ounce)
Shelf Life: 4 years

Bergamot, thought to have been originally imported to Italy from the Canary Islands by Christopher Columbus, was named for the Italian city of Bergamo where it was first known to have been commercially grown and harvested. Bergamot is rarely consumed in its natural form either as a fruit or juice but is grown and harvested exclusively for the production of essential oil. Perhaps the most popular use of Bergamot oil today is as “Earl Grey” tea, which is a black tea infused with bergamot oil.

Historical Medicinal Uses

Bergamot has been used medicinally in Italy since the 14th century and is famous for its ability to regulate appetite, believed to successfully aid both anorexia and obesity. It was also historically prescribed as an antidepressant and commonly used as an insect repellant. Bergamot was also well known throughout Italy, India, and Asia to reduce fevers and help treat common colds.

Actions: Analgesic, antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, carminative, diuretic, laxative, parasiticide, stimulant, stomachic, tonic, vermifuge, vulnerary

Skin: Acne, boils, cold sores, eczema, insect bites, psoriasis, scabies, varicose veins

Respiratory: Sore throat, tonsillitis, halitosis

Digestive: Ulcers, flatulence, appetite regulation

Other: Colds, fever, flu, leucorrhea, pruritis, thrush

Blends Well With:

  • Lavender
  • Cypress
  • Geranium
  • Lemon
  • Chamomile
  • Juniper Berry

Quality:

Bergamot is often synthetically produced. It is also common to synthetically alter other, less expensive citrus oils (commonly orange and lime) by adding linalool, limonene, and linalyl acetate to pass GCMS testing. Amish Heart never uses synthetic additives.

Dilution Guidelines:

It is recommended to dilute bergamot to 0.4% for skin application.

Oil Safety Information:

This oil holds GRAS status (Generally Recognized As Safe) with the exception of the information listed below:

  • This oil is photosensitizing: Avoid exposure to sunlight or any other UV light source after skin application. Limit dilution rate to 0.4% or less when applying to the skin to avoid irritation or burns.
  • We do not recommend internal use or undiluted skin application of any essential oils unless under the direction and care of a qualified medical professional. See our FAQ for more information.
  • Products and information from Amish Heart have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health condition or disease.

GC/MS Results:

Main Constituents:

  • Limonene and Cineole 1,8 - 36.73%
  • Alpha Pinene - 1.22%
  • Linalyl Acetate - 29.37%
  • Sabinene - 1.09%
  • Linalool - 8.55%
  • Beta Bisabolene - 0.28%
  • Beta Pinene - 9.29%
  • Myrcene - 0.85%
  • Gamma-Terpinene - 8.34%

Conclusion:
No adulterant, contaminant, or dilutant was detected.

*Please note that our GC/MS results may change somewhat frequently. The results above are for the most recent distillation and will vary slightly from previous distillations.

Experience the Pure and Natural Benefits of Bergamot Essential Oil by Amish Heart

Choose Amish Heart's Bergamot Essential Oil for its rich history, exceptional quality, and numerous health benefits. Each bottle is crafted with care and dedication to provide you with the finest all-natural and organic essential oil. Transform your wellness routine and experience the powerful effects of Bergamot Essential Oil today.

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