Latin Name: Citrus bergamia Country of Origin: Italy Cultivation Method: Organic Aroma: Rich, sweet, fruity with a slightly herbal, warm undertone. Flavor of earl grey tea Extraction Method: Cold Pressed Plant Part: Peel Energetics: Cooling, refreshing, balancing, uplifting, Regulates Qi. Harmonizes Shen (P. Holmes) Safety: Photo-sensitising. Avoid direct sunlight, ultraviolet light, or tanning beds for 12-18 hours after topical use. Actions supported by clinical studies: Antiseptic, antimicrobial, anxiolytic - reduce anxiety. (Battaglia)
Leading / Common Uses:Mental / Emotional: Uplifting, refreshing, balancing, sedating for some. Leading choice for stress, anxiousness, promotes optimism. Digestive: Nervous indigestion, stress. Antiviral: Colds, herpes simplex 1, flu, shingles.
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Recipe — Clear the Air
15 drops Bergamot
5 drops Tea Tree
10 drops Lavender
For inhalation use, add 5 drops in diffuser. Make an aromastick to carry with you for daily support for moods.
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