Bergamot Essential Oil


Inhaling the deeply penetrating aroma of bergamot can assist in creating new patterns of acceptance, and lighten our feelings of heaviness, sadness, fear, and criticism.

It helps us to release old patterns of self-judgement and self-hatred that keep us from expressing all of who we are, and keep us over concerned with what others are thinking about us.

Aromatic Profile

 Top note:   Fine, rich, juicy, sweet, fruity notes

Heart Note:  Rich, juicy, fruity, with herbaceous, balsamic

Base Note:   

Classification:  Top note

Tenacity:  Low to Medium

Bergamot essential oil is used in natural perfumery to create a topnote in high class florals, herbal perfumes, colognes, fougeres, chypres, amber bases, and oriental perfumes.


More About Our Bergamot Essential Oil

Size:  5 ml violet glass bottle  OR  30 ml violet glass bottle

Source:  Italy

Distillation:  Cold-pressed from fruit peel

Botanical name:  Citrus aurantium bergamia

Note:  Bio-dynamically grown 

Homeopathic Properties of Bergamot Essential Oil


Internal–oral, suppository, inhalation

External–massage, topical application, local and spinal compress, application to points, meridians, and energy centers

Observations and Anecdotal Information

This oil is bio-dynamically grown, which means it was harvested and produced organically and in conscious co-creation with the nature spirits, weather patterns and seasonal cycles.

Bergamot is a tonic to the bladder and urinary system; it will gradually rebuild these organs and restore vibrant health, when used consistently and combined with dietary changes.  It can be used internally in a semi-homeopathic dilution for this purpose.

Bergamot essential oil can be combined with terebenthine pine and applied topically in a compress to the bladder area to reverse incontinence or loss of urinary control.

It is also very helpful in blends to balance mood swings due to hormonal imbalance, in which case it can be applied to the abdomen or diffused and inhaled.  Bergamot relieves nervousness and anxiety, and is such a likable aroma that many children and sensitive adults find it desirable when other oils are not tolerated.


  • Generally recognized as safe at normal dosage.
  • Avoid exposure to sunlight or UV light sources within 24 hours after applying bergamot essential oil, it can be photosensitizing.
  • Pet information:  Cats may not respond well to conifer oils and citrus oils.  Avoid usage for cats.

None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA.  They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.  This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only.  It is not meant to be taken as medical advice.  See a health care professional for medical advice.

More about our disclaimer

Weight 0.04 kg

30 ml violet bottle, 5 ml violet glass bottle

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