Bergamot essential oil, 100% pure and natural, produced by cold pressing of the fruit peel. Also for food use.
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In aromatherapy the essential oil of bergamot is known for its antidepressant action. It helps relax the mind and drive away bad thoughts.
In naturopathy the ess. Bergamot is also used internally, in particular to treat digestive disorders, bloating and given its well-known antiseptics, also to counteract infections of the gastrointestinal tract as well as intestinal parasites.
These are the main applications of the o.e. of bergamot:
Erbe di Mauro bergamot essential oil is certified for food use, so it can also be ingested. However, we recommend a lot of attention in its use because, despite being a natural product, it contains very complex and very concentrated substances, so an excessive dosage could even be toxic.
In this regard, before using, we recommend that you seek advice from a professional (doctor / herbalist / naturopath).
I also remember that all essential oils should never be used pure. You can add a drop to a sugar cube, or to a teaspoon of honey, or to water, or to fruit juices, or to a teaspoon of vegetable oil (eg olive or coconut oil). Dosages should never exceed 2-3 drops at a time.
NB : Essential oils for internal use can interfere with many drugs. In this case, always consult an expert before ingestion.
* Essential oils are not soluble in water, bicarbonate, or alternatively fatty substances (such as vegetable oils, or milk) have the purpose of making them soluble in water. < / p>
Bergamot essential oil can cause photosensitivity reactions, which can cause burns, spots and skin irritations. Therefore it is not recommended to use it on the skin, if not occasional and always diluted with a fatty substance, such as vegetable oils (olive oil, sunflower oil, almond oil, etc.), or oleolites, or creams.
Mixed with either vegetable oil (or cream) the recommended dilution is:
Shelf life: 5 years, if stored well in the dark, away from heat sources.
Bergamot essential oil is photosensitizing, so it should never be applied to the skin before exposure to the sun. It is contraindicated for pregnant and lactating women, children under 6 and people allergic to bergamot.
Never use pure on the skin or mucous membranes. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
All essential oils naturally contain potentially allergenic molecules such as cinnamaldehyde, citronellol, eugenol, citral, coumarin, limonene, linalool, geraniol, etc ... which can, therefore, trigger allergic reactions. For this reason, we recommend testing them before use, applying 1 drop dissolved in 30 ml of olive oil (or other vegetable oil) to the skin of the forearm and waiting 48 hours for the possible onset of allergies.
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