What is it?
Bergamot Essential Oil By Queen Lynn 100% Bergamot Oil is a highly concentrated EO sourced from Morocco
Bergamot tree is native to South East Asia, but was introduced to Europe, and particularly Italy and is also found in the Ivory Coast, Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria : The name is derived from the city Bergamo in Lombardy, Italy, where the oil was first sold
Bergamot is defined as a hybrid between sour orange and lemon,it produces a fruit that is extremely sour with fragrant peels. Its aromatic profile is so compelling that it has been used for centuries in perfumery for its tangy green top note.
It is from these peels that bergamot essential oil is made through cold compression instead of steam distillation like most essential oils.
Bergamot Essential Oil By Queen Lynn (Citrus Bergamia) has a calming, clean, fresh scent, similar to a sweet light orange peel with a floral note. Bergamot has a long history of use in potpourri and as a top note in perfume recipes
Bergamot Essential Oil By Queen Lynn This fresh smelling essential oil is a favorite in aromatherapy and is great for creating a more relaxed and happy feeling, relieving urinary tract infections, boosting the liver, spleen and stomach, while fighting oily skin, acne, psoriasis, eczema, as well as cold sores
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Why is it different?
Bergamot Essential Oil By Queen Lynn is :
- 100% pure without any sort of additives and synthetic chemicals
- Organic Essential Oil
- Made in Morocco
- GMO – free
- Heavy – metal free
- Certified organic
- Certified Safe
How do I use Bergamot Essential Oil By Queen Lynn Brands Aromatically?
Bergamot essential oil can also be inhaled after sprinkling a few drops of the oil onto a cloth or tissue (or by using an aromatherapy diffuser or vaporizer)
►►► Used for depression, feeling fed-up, respiratory problems, colds and flu: Diffuse 5 drops of Bergamot EO at home or work
►►► Used To Relieves stress: Add 4 drops of Bergamot EO and 2 drops rosemary oil to a nasal inhaler, and viola! The perfect remedy for reducing spiked cortisol levels in less than 30 seconds!
►►► Used To Assist With stress, tension, SAD (Seasonal Affected Disorder), PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome), skin problems, compulsive eating, postnatal depression, colds and flu, anxiety, depression, feeling fed-up and anorexia nervosa: Mix a few drops in your bath water
►►► Used as a powerful antidepressant: Diffuse 5-10 drops of Bergamot EO 2-3 times daily for 20 minutes. This can help alleviate apathy, fatigue, negative feeling, sad mood, lack of appetite, low libido, and feeling of helplessness or disinterest in activities you used to love. Bergamot oil can stimulate uplifting thoughts and feelings and improve energy levels
►►► Used To get restful sleep: Diffuse 5-10 drops of Bergamot EO in your bedroom as you setting into bed is a great way to relax the mind and dispel any negative circulating thoughts that may keep you from getting a good nights rest
►►► Used To release emotional pain and trauma: Simply sniff straight from the bottle, apply a drop to a tissue and inhale, make a personal nasal inhaler, or diffuse it. Due to its mood elevating effects, inhaling the scent of bergamot essential oil can allow you to move past mental roadblocks that are preventing you from moving forward. These block can include trauma from past relationships, confrontations, or events
►►► Used To Kill germs and bacteria: Adding Bergamot EO to cleaning products such as surface sprays, soft scrubs, and carpet freshening powder will help keep bacteria and other germ levels to a minimum in your house, especially during cold and flu season, add bergamot oil to my shower and toilet sprays to prevent Mold
►►► Used To Prevent Bathroom Mold: add few drops of Bergamot EO to shower and toilet sprays
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How do I use Bergamot Essential Oil By Queen Lynn Brands Topically?
►►► Used To get rid of fever: Apply 2–3 drops topically to your temples, back of neck and bottoms of your feet
►►► Used for wounds and cuts, psoriasis, oily skin, scabies, eczema, acne, cold sores as well as chicken pox: Add few drops of Bergamot EO To a blended base cream
►►► Used To Assist With stress, tension, SAD (Seasonal Affected Disorder), PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome), skin problems, compulsive eating, postnatal depression, colds and flu, anxiety, depression, feeling fed-up and anorexia nervosa: Dilute few drops with carrier oil and massage all over your body
►►► Used To Soothe irritated skin and reduce sebum: Add a drop or two of Bergamot EO to your skin serum and focus on areas where your skin produces the most oil. With consistent use, you should start to see a reduction in sebum and redness!
►►► Used To Soothe spasmodic coughing: Add a few drops of Bergamot EO to cotton ball and apply it to chest, back, and throat to help relieve spasmodic coughing. This works especially well before bedtime when coughing tends to get worse. It will also help loosen phlegm and mucus in the sinuses and lungs.
►►► Used To Support healthy digestion: Diluting a few drops of Bergamot EO in a tsp of carrier oil and applying it to the abdomen helps with bloating, gas, cramping, and other digestive distress by encouraging bile production and stimulating the proper breakdown of food
It’s generally advised to dilute essential oils with a neutral carrier oil, such as jojoba oil. This helps prevent potential irritation of your skin and premature evaporation of the oil ; Here are some general guidelines for diluting oils for topical use
How do I use Bergamot Essential Oil By Queen Lynn Brands Internally?
►►► Do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner : Read more about : How to Apply Essential Oils Internally ?
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Bergamot is rich in polyphenolic compounds and has the distinction of being the only citrus fruit to contain melitidin and brutieridin, proven to have an anti-cholesterol effect comparable to statins
Bergamot Essential Oil By Queen Lynn Major Constituents :
- linalyl acetate
- neryl acetate
- geraniol acetate
Information provided by Queen Lynn Cosmetics, Inc.
► ► ►Bergamot Essential Oil can cause burns when used on a sensitive skin which is then exposed to sunlight, as the high content of bergaptene can cause photo-toxicity. It is advisable to keep out of the sun if this oil is used on the skin. Even when the ingredient Bergaptene (Furocoumarin) is removed from the oil and photo toxicity is therefore minimized, it is still advisable to keep treated skin out of the sun, and to use it in concentrations of less than 1 %.
Safety & Precautions
- Always keep your Essential oil out of reach of children
- Be careful not to rub Essential Oil in your eyes and mucous membranes : If this happens, wash it out immediately
- This Essential Oil is safe for Topical & Aromatic
- This Essential Oil should not be taken internally
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, Avoid Internal Use of Essential Oil unless directed by a doctor
- Properly diluting essential oils with carrier oil reduces the risk of toxicity : Please refer to the Guidelines on How to Dilute Essential OilsSection for more information
- Conduct a patch test before applying over larger areas of the skin to avoid irritation : Please refer to the Allergic Reactions & Patch Test Section for more information
- Never use an essential oil in place of a prescription medication or to treat a chronic condition
- Glass Tubes ; Handle with care
- If stored correctly in a cool, dark place, Essential Oil should last approximately four years
- By blending this essential oil with other therapeutic oils, you can extend its health benefits and create a mixture that suits your particular needs
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I love Queen Lynn essential oils. I have the lavender and bergamot. Bergamot is relaxing and good for anxiety attacks. It helps me go to sleep.