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NOW Essential Oils Bergamot Oil 100% Pure

1 fl oz

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  • Regular price $10.37

UPC 733739075185

Product ID 7017


NOW Bergamot Oil possesses a sweet, uplifting citrus aroma that has made it a favorite in many potpourri products. Both stimulating and energizing in essence, bergamot has become a favorite among scores of aromatherapists and casual users. NOW Bergamot Oil is 100% pure and natural, and cold-pressed from the peels of the plant's fruit.

Fun fact: Bergamot essence is used in voodoo as a protective measure against evil and danger.

Bergamot has a rather controversial history. Some say it originates from Northern Italy, taking its name from the the small town of Bergamo where it was discovered. Others state it originated in India, and its Turkish name means "King of Pears", which reflects the pear-shaped fruit of the plant. Whatever it's history, there is no disputing that bergamot has been used for years because of its sweet, citrusy scent with spicy undertones. Popular with perfumers for centuries, bergamot has an uplifting, energizing scent which also makes it perfect for aromatherapy. Additionally, bergamot is one of the most versatile essential oils, as not only does it have sedative qualities, but also stimulating as well. It appears to adapt to the needs of the person using it. Bergamot also gives Earl Grey tea its unmistakable and unique flavor, which makes it a favorite among tea lovers everywhere.

Citrus bergamia

Ingredient: 100% pure bergamot oil

Aroma: Sweet, fruity

Attributes: Lively, inspiring, uplifting

Mixes Well With: Cedarwood oil, tangerine oil, chamomile oil

Extraction Method: Cold Pressed from fresh fruit peel

Physical Characteristics:
Specific Gravity: 0.875-0.880
Refractive Index: 1.465-1.468

Purity Tested/Quality Assured

Mixes well with: All essential oils, and especially Atlas cedarwood, citronella, chamomile, clary sage, eucalyptus, geranium, juniper, lavender, lemon, lime, marjoram, nutmeg, orange, oregano, palmarosa, rosemary, sandalwood, tangerine, and ylang ylang.

Parts used: Peel of nearly ripe fruit.

Extraction method: Cold expression.