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New York Biology Bergamot Essential Oil is 100% Pure, natural and authentic, Bergaptene Free, and is cold pressed without any fillers or additives. Bergamot is a citrus fruit, sweet in smell, and whose rind is used for extracting the Bergamot Essential Oil. The components of this oil such as limonene 45% and linalyl acetate 30% are very stimulating in nature, they create a feeling of freshness, joy, reducing tension, and stress, it is extensively used in cosmetics and skin care products. Bergamot Oil blends well with Clary Sage, Frankincense, Mandarin, Jasmine, Black Pepper, Cypress, Geranium, Nutmeg, Sandalwood, Orange, Rosemary, Vetiver, Ylang-Ylang Oil, and is complementary with other citrus oils. Some of the most common benefits of Bergamot essential oil include releasing emotional pain, works as a powerful anti-depressant, works as a sedative, aids the digestive system, soothes skin irritations, cleanses oily skin, kills germs and bacteria, reduces a cough, relieves joint and muscle pain. Bergamot Essential Oil may be used for aromatherapy and therapeutic uses. I use the Bergamot essential oil in a diffuser. I like the aroma of the Bergamot oil, especially when it is combined with other essential oils, I use it a lot at night, it always seems to help me relax and get a better night sleep. Sometimes I add two or three drops of the Bergamot oil to my bath water, shampoo, or body lotion and it leaves me feeling calm and serene. I received this product, free of charge, for giving my honest, unbiased opinion. I am under no obligation to write a review, the choice was purely my own, and I received no compensation. Click on the button below to see the product.
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