Bergamot Essential Oil

Bergamot Essential Oil



Bergamot Essential Oil comes from the peel of the fruit from a citrus plant.

Aromatherapeutic uses that can help with: acne, tension, wounds, coughs, stress, and depression.

Historical Uses: Fever Reduction, digestive aid, sweat reducer, when used aromatically Bergamot oil can build confidence, uplift spirits, relieve depression and anxiety.

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  • Diffuse to create an uplifting citrus aroma. The flavonoids in Bergamot oil are known for their relaxing effects. They may help relieve anxiety, depression, sadness, stress, and tension. Diffuse in high stress or tension areas such as at school or work.
  • Apply to the skin during a shower calming effects and for the purifying skin benefits.
  • Dilute in a bath to enhance mood
  • Add to Fractionated Coconut Oil for a calming and relaxing foot massage before bed.
  • Add one to two drops to your DIY skin care cleanser.
  • Mix a few drops into your body lotions to help relieve muscle tension, oily skin, cold sores as well as chicken pox.
  • A few drops rubbed on the stomach promotes the secretion of digestive enzymes, including bile. They help improve digestion and the absorption of nutrients.
  • Wound care: 10 drops bergamot oil in a quart of water, wash wound thoroughly, then apply 1-2 drops of oil on a bandage directly on a wound.
  • For a fever, apply a few drops of bergamot oil on the chest, forehead, and back of the neck. Rub on the palms and cup it over nose and mouth and inhale deeply.


For Acne:

Use a very small amount of the oil blend twice a day (morning and night) directly over the blemish.

For Depression:

Diffuse 2-3 drops in stressful areas

Add 6-8 drops to a relaxation bath

Add a couple drops to a massage oil

Bath Bombs

Use linked bath bomb recipe above with the following oils

I always like to coordinate the colors of my bath bombs with the aromas so when you add the food color: bergamot is a citrus so with food coloring I mix a pale orange (1 drop red/2 drops yellow) and for lavender a pale purple (2 drops red/1 drop blue). Separate the mixture into halves, half orange, half purple and then put half of each color into your bath bomb mold for a nice two-tone bath bomb!


Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Possible skin sensitivity.  Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and other sensitive areas. Bergamot oil is phototoxic, avoid sunlight after application for 6 hours to avoid skin irritation and blotching


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Worwood, Valerie Ann. The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy. San Rafael, CA: New World Library, 1991. Print.

Many recipes and applications are from word of mouth and various sources or personal experience. If I discovered the info on the internet, I have the web site hyperlinked.

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Disclaimer on Health Issues: The information contained on this page,,  is for educational purposes only, and is not intended to prescribe, treat, prevent, or diagnose any disease or condition. The information represents what I have chosen to do to take charge of my own personal health and that of my family. Statements on this page have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using these products. You are encouraged to confirm any information obtained from or through this page with other sources and review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician. Do not alter any medical treatment or the use of medications, without the advice of a qualified expert.

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About Becky Husband

Becky is a Hebraic Christian homeschool mom blogger that lives on a small farm in Deep East Texas. When she isn't homeschooling her kids, she is busy documenting her family's life on her blog. In her blog, she writes about her faith, family, homeschooling, and homesteading. She also shares the family's abundance of hobbies such as geocaching, hiking, biking, birding, nature photography, and most recently her art! She is always eager to answer any questions others may have so feel free to leave comments and inquiries!

Posted on April 13, 2018, in Homesteading, Oils & Herbs and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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