Organic Bergamot Essential Oil – Zongle Therapeutics

Organic Bergamot Essential Oil

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The drinkers of Earl Grey tea are very familiar with the distinct aroma and taste of bergamot oil, because it is this oil that gives the tea its distinct floral accent.

Bergamot is a plant that produces this citrus fruit, also known as Citrus Bergamia. This fruit is a hybrid between sour oranges and lemons. The oil is extracted through the peel of the fruit by means of cold pressing. Many experts support the idea that cold pressing helps to preserve more active compounds in essential oils that may be destroyed by the high heat of steam distillation. 

Oil Profile

The aroma of the Bergamot Essential oil is quite similar to orange, however it has underlying floral accents to it that make it more complex. Bergamot has a very interesting scent, which is citrus in its base notes. There is also a strange spiciness to it, which has made it quite popular for perfume producers. It is commonly greenish golden in color and has a thin consistency.

Bergamot was most widely cultivated in Italy. Even the name “Bergamot” originates from the Italian city of Bergamo, where it was originally sold.

Benefits and Uses

There are many unique attributes of Bergamot that set it apart from other citrus oils, including the exclusivity of where it is grown, the fact that it is a bitter fruit that produces sweet oil, and its ability to create an uplifting and calming environment, just to name a few.

  1. Cleanses and Purifies Skin

Bergamot essential oil can be used to reduce appearance of scars and marks on the skin, tone the skin and soothe skin irritations. While in the shower, apply Bergamot oil to your skin and inhale deeply to experience the calming aroma while enjoying the purifying skin benefits of this versatile oil. Bergaptene is the naturally occurring constituent found in Bergamot Essential Oil that makes the oil phototoxic. Thus, the oil should always be stored in dark bottles in dark places away from sunlight. Exposure to sunlight should even be avoided after it is applied to the skin, at least until it gets absorbed into your skin.

  1. Alleviates Muscular Discomfort

Bergamot oil is a great way to reduce the symptoms of mild sprains, muscle aches and headaches. To soothe muscular discomfort from normal exercise, rub five drops of bergamot oil on sore muscles or where you feel tension. To cover a larger surface area, combine bergamot with a carrier oil like Zongle Therapeutics’ Fractionated Coconut.

  1. Refresh and Eliminate Odors

Searching for something refreshing and natural? This essential oil is an excellent deodorant. The refreshing aroma and disinfectant properties of bergamot oil inhibit the growth of germs causing body-odor. Citrus smells are very powerful and can overcome or eliminate many other odors, which is why this oil is also used in room fresheners and sprays.

  1. Promotes a Feeling of Calm

Diffusing this oil can help promote a sense of self confidence when you feel frazzled, or a sense of inner peace when feelings of stress abound.

  1. Relieves Stress

While the aromas of many citrus oils are known to be stimulating or invigorating, Bergamot oil has unique calming capabilities that can help when tension or stress levels are high. The next time you feel stress levels or tension getting high, consider diffusing Bergamot oil in the classroom, at work, or at home for a calming effect. 

  1. Adds Flavor to Tea

When you have Bergamot oil on hand, you can enjoy a cup of Earl Grey whenever you want. With a pure, citrus and spice flavor, Bergamot oil can quickly change a regular cup of tea to Earl Grey with a few simple drops. Remember, when adding essential oils to food or drink, less is more.

  1. Maintains a Healthy Metabolic Function

Traditionally, bergamot peels and the whole fruits were used to treat indigestion. Bergamot oil has soothing properties that can help to aid digestion. To ease digestion and help to regulate your appetite, rub five drops of bergamot oil onto your stomach.

  1. Massage and Skincare

Bergamot oil has calming properties that not only present during aromatic diffusion, but also during topical application. Not only does the oil promote a calm, serene atmosphere, but it is also purifying for the skin, which is why many massage professionals use Bergamot oil. The best form of topical application is by diluting the oil in a carrier oil such as Zongle Therapeutics’ Fractionated Coconut.

Final Thoughts

Bergamot Essential Oil carries a fresh and citrusy scent. The fruit is popular for its skin-replenishing and stress relieving properties. Hence its oil also acts as a skin purifier, stress reliever and helps maintain a healthy metabolic function. 

Ready to buy a bottle of Bergamot Oil? The best choice for essential oils depends on its purity, quality, and aroma. So when you’re buying Zongle Therapeutics’ Organic Bergamot Essential Oil, be assured that the oil is 100% pure and potent.

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  • I prefer to use this oil because the flavonoids present in bergamot oil are very good relaxants as well. They soothe the nerves and reduce nervous tension, anxiety, and stress.

    Julia Stearns @ Healthirony on
  • Where is your bergamot oil and your ginger oil?
    I ordered a lot of your Bergamot oil from Amazon but they no longer carry it

    Gay Camille Grace Sprague on
  • I would like to be your sells person. I use most of your oils and I love them. I order from Amazon. I want to open a boutique.

    Diana Kabasinga on
  • Very interested in reading more about this product. Could you send me more informations by snail mail? I would like to have it on hand.
    I use Essential oils presently.

    Norlyn Wolter on

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