The oil was first sold in the city of Bergamot in Lombardy, Italy. Historically the oil has been used for fever and worms. Used in eau-de-cologne and Earl Grey tea. Used extensively as a fragrance.
Species: Citrus bergamia.
Method: Cold Expression.
Note Classification: Top
Scent: Fruity, tangy, zesty
Colour: Light greenish-yellow
Extracted From: Peel of nearly ripe fruit
Historical: Evidently the oil was first sold in the city of Bergamot in Lombardy, Italy. Furthermore historically the oil has been used for fever and worms.
Of Interest: Used in eau-de-cologne and Earl Grey tea. Also used extensively as a fragrance.
Aromatherapy Properties: Bergamot essential oil is known to be good for Nervous System: Anxiety, depression and stress, respiratory: Mouth infections, sore throat, also tonsillitis.
Skin: Acne, cold sores, spots, boils, eczema, psoriasis, also oily skin.
Digestion: Flatulence, loss of appetite.
Blends Well With: lavender, neroli, jasmine, cypress, geranium, lemon, chamomile, juniper