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Bergamotto olio essenziale

Bergamot is the most delicate of citrus plants, requiring a special climate and soil to thrive. But this delicate fruit has a powerful and sweet citrus flavor! In Greece, unripe fruits are eaten by the spoon as a dessert or with coffee. Use dōTERRA Bergamot Essential Oil in your home to flavor smoothies, water or tea. Bergamot is also unique among citrus oils for its ability to be both uplifting and calming. Bergamot has been used for centuries to promote calm and rejuvenate the complexion.


Scientific name: Citrus bergamia

Part of the Plant:Peel

Extraction Method: Cold pressed

Aromatic Description: Citrus, spicy, with a

lightfloral note

Main chemical components:

Limonen, Linalyl Formate, Alpha-pinen, nerolo



Cold pressed from the rind of the fruit, Bergamot essential oil is the most delicate of citrus oils and is appreciated for its fragrance

  • Bergamot is often used for its relaxing benefitsin case of stress, it issuitable for massage therapy

  • Help the digestive system, having a stimulating effect. Bergamot oil not only stimulates the production of gastric juices, bile and insulin, promoting digestion, but also stimulates intestinal peristalsis by accelerating the digestive process.

  • Some components of the essential oil of bergamot are antibiotics and disinfectants. They inhibit the development of germs, viruses and fungi and are effectively used in skin infections.

  • It is a powerful purifying agent, you may find it in a variety of creams, lotions, soaps and products for the skin care.

  • Oral protection. It removes germs when used as a mouthwash and protects teeth from the development of cavities, thanks to its properties it is able to fight germs and bacteria.

Emotional well-being

Relieves emotional painand it works like a powerful one antidepressant. Bergamot essential oil components create a feeling of joy, optimism, relaxation, freshness and energy by improving blood circulation.

Use bergamot oil by inhaling it from your palms or by massaging the soles of your feet and abdomen.
It is used as a sedative for premenstrual syndrome.
It soothes compulsive eating. Bergamot oil reduces nervous tension, stress, sadness, fear, anxiety. This powerful oil stimulates hormones such as dopamine and the serotonin, which create feelings of sedation and relaxation.  Use a diffuser. The smell of oil brings a feeling of well-being and satisfaction



Use this oil to focus on the solar plexus chakra and apply it locally around the navel.
Stress Relief  and Positive Growth: the energetic quality of this essential oil is self-acceptance. For a feeling of stress, this blend is so relaxing: spread 3 drops of Bergamot, 2 drops of Frankensence and 2 drops of Lavender.

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For a fresh fruity drink, add a few drops of bergamot essential oil to a glass of ice water accompanied by a few slices of fresh fruit.

Add a few drops to black tea to make Earl Gray tea.

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The best bergamot could only come from Sicily. In this video we see the bergamot growers selected by dōTERRA

How to use

Aromatherapy: use three to four drops in the diffuser when the stress or tension level is high

Topical use: for massage, dilute5 drops with 10ml of Fractionated Coconut Carrier Oil dōTERRA. It can be applied neat (undiluted) on the forehead, temples, reflex points and / or directly on the area to be treated

Internal use: dilute 1 drop in 125 ml of liquid, use as a flavoring in food and drinks


For the bath, mix 8 drops with epsom salt and add to the water

To perfume the skin,dilute1 drop to 10 drops of coconut fractionated oil dōTERRA

Add a drop or two to your neutral cleanser and apply it to the skin during the shower to enjoy its cleansing and purifying benefits

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Warnings   Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have medical assistance, consult your doctor. Avoid contact with the eyes, the inside of the ears and sensitive areas. Due to the high bergapten content it generates photosensitivity. Therefore, avoid sun exposure for 36 hours after applying bergamot essential oil to the skin. It should be stored in dark bottles and in dark places.

Primary uses: agitation (calming), colic, depression, emotional stress, mental stress, infections, performance stress, physical stress, premenstrual syndrome, sedative

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