Lat. Citrus bergamia
For the first time essential oil of a bergamot was received by monks from Florence. The Italian merchants sold it at high price to other countries as the best fever medicine and for fight against insects. Today the bright aroma of a bergamot is familiar practically to everyone as it is a basis of many popular perfumery compositions and main «highlight» of the Earl Gray tea loved around the world.
Essential oil of a bergamot fixes problems of oily skin, tones up it, removes inflammations, irritation and peeling, clarifies skin, helps at herpes and acne rash, stops hypostases. It is successfully applied to fight against cellulitis. Bergamot oil — fine antiseptics. It increases immunity, saves from heat, helps at muscular pains, effectively works at spasms and hypostases, improves digestion.
the Mysterious, tart, bitterish and smoky aroma of a bergamot inspires by
and grants vital forces.
air Aromatization: 3 drops of oil of a bergamot and 3 drops of oil of a lavender on 15 sq.m — at an emotional overstrain.
Enrichment of cosmetics: up to 5 drops on 15 g of means.
Aromamedalyon: 3 drops — for overcoming sensation of fear.
Aromatization of a bathtub: 4 — 7 drops on ½ glasses of milk or cream to add mix to a bathtub. Depending on time of day it can be used as toning or sedative.
Massage: 2 — 3 drops on 5 ml of base oil.
the Febrifugal compress on shin muscles: 15 drops on 200 ml of water.
Sauna: 10 drops of oil of a bergamot, on 5 drops — an eucalyptus and mint. 5 drops of this mix on 1 l of hot water.
Only for external application! To protect from fire! To store at a temperature not above +15 °C in the place, inaccessible for children, separately from foodstuff, with densely closed cover.