With calming properties, the bergamot oil can bring peace to even the most anxious and restless minds. It is derived of the most delicate of all citrus plants, which needs a special climate and soil to thrive. In Greece, bergamots are used as dessert and consumed as it is or with coffee. This citrus oil is unique and apart from all citrus oils as it is calming and uplifting, both! It also has skin purification properties that make it a favorite.
Diffuse a few drops of oil in the classroom, or at home or work to get a calming environment when the stress levels go high
Apply to feet before bed time for deep relaxation while you sleep
Add a few drops to your tea to make it an Earl Grey Tea from a regular one
Apply to skin after a shower and inhale with deep breaths for a skin purification and calming benefits.
Calming nature of the oil
Often used in massage and aroma therapies
Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of your choice. Internal use: Use 2-3 drops in tea Topical use: Apply 5 to 10 drops to desired area