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Bergamot essential oil is one of most beneficial oils available. The very first known account of Bergamot oil as a fragrance traces to 1714, where it was found in the Farina Archive in cologne. Bergamot oil has always played a big part in the original Eau de Cologne composed by Farina, from the beginning of the 18th century. It has been growing in popularity since its first account and people have not stopped raving about it.

It is sweet-smelling oil which offers a multitude of powerful benefits. It is actually one of the most extraordinary and fascinating essential oils that exist. It’s multitude of health benefits, uses, and properties are extensive and remarkable. Bergamot fruits are harvested specifically in order to extract its essential oils.

 Some of the many uses of Bergamot include but are not limited to:

  • Anti-depressant
  • Antispasmodic
  • Calming deodorant
  • Antibiotic
  • Antiseptic
  • Disinfect
  • Digestive
  • Antibacterial
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Febrifuge
  • Vermifuge
  • Ant congestive

Bergamot is a citrus fruit whose rind is used for extracting the Bergamot essential oil. The Bergamot tree came about as the result of cross breeding, of the lemon tree and the orange tree. That is one of the reasons which could help to explain why its color is so distinctive and very similar to that of a lemon. Its roots may be traced back to South East Asia. It was most widely cultivated in the Southern parts of Italy.

Bergamot essential oil got its name from the city of Bergamo, which it was named after; this is where it was first sold. 100 Bergamot oranges will yield on average around three ounces or 85 grams of bergamot oil.

Various studies have shown that Bergamot assists greatly in losing weight. It is also one of the only essential oils which are actually able to stimulate the endocrine system to produce uplifting feelings and help to relieve stress. It is used for relaxation purposes by many people all over the world.

During the winter months, where people are known to become more depressed, it used to pick up peoples moods and literally help to fight off the winter blues.

It is used as a natural antidepressant amongst many people of all different ages from all different backgrounds all over the world. Many years ago Bergamot was used in different parts of the world for folk medicine as well as for various other healing purposes. Even in those days before the advancement of technology, it was acknowledged and used for its multitude of benefits.

Research has found that the respiratory and digestive effect of Bergamot essential is extremely useful. Studies are being conducted on an ongoing and continuous basis with regard to all the amazing properties of Bergamot.

It has recently been discovered that Bergamot oil may be able to actually assist in the elimination of gall stones, amongst various other alignments and even diseases. It is not unlikely to assume that we will be hearing much more good things about the amazing and remarkable Bergamot Essential Oils.

You should however make sure to store this oil in dark bottles and in dark places.

Keep it away from sunlight. This oil is phototoxic,

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