Bergamot Essential Oil Explained

Bergamot is a fruit that has flowers that are dark purple or red. The tree is interesting because it grows and matures during the cold months. The fruit is green and yellow, and most often is compared to grapefruits.

Bergamot is a bitter fruit when it is eaten raw. It can flavor things well, such as Earl Grey tea. It is known to taste when when it is dried.

There is an herb that is also called bergamot, but it is called Monarda didyma. The Bergamot that can yield essential oil is called Citrus bergamia. Citrus Bergamot originated in Asia, but it can also be grown successfully in other places in Europe.

The essential oil is taken from the rind of the fruit. Bergamot is known to be well used in perfumery. It has a light, sweet smell.

Bergamot is known to help with depression. When used with aromatherapy it can help with melancholy. It also helps with anxiety a person might be feeling.

Bergamot also works as a deodorizer and make things smell fresher. Because it deodorizes well, it can be great to use before you have guests over for a party. It also is beneficial for the digestion system. It is handy with the nervous system as well.

This oil has antiseptic properties. It works great with lavender essential oil to heal wounds. It also works well to sooth muscles and help heal scars. The scars and other marks disappear better with the use of Bergamot.

Bergamot is well known for its aromatherapy properties. Aromatherapy is well known for refreshing and soothing people. Not only does aromatherapy smell nice, it is also beneficial in many other ways. Aromatherapy is a wonderful, natural treatment option for many prescribed medical conditions. It is very effective for relieving discomforts. Try out Bergamot with your next aromatherapy and you will not be disappointed.

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