Bergamot oil, as has been proven, is the best essential oil that fights infections and bacteria and is the most effective in dealing with all the problems relating to it…
Research studies have also shown Bergamot essential oil to effectively balance the activity of the hypothalamus gland, seat of your more intense emotions such as terror and rage. The hypothalamus gland works in synchrony with the pineal and pituitary gland to help regulate and balance your hormonal cycles, including your natural sleep and wake cycles and excellent for relieving symptoms of jet lag.
Bergamot is a fever reducer, boosts the immune function and is good for morale and self esteem issues and helps to rebuild strength and regain self confidence.
Bergamot cleanses and freshens. Often used as a breath freshener. Try it in your aroma diffuser to brighten a stale or smoke filled room.Add 30+ drops of Bergamot and 30+ drops of Lemon or Lemongrass Essential oil to a 2 ounce (colored glass) misting bottle of pure water. Shake and mist.
Bergamot aids return of appetite, and has been recommended for quitting smoking and is traditionally used as a flavoring in Earl Grey tea!
Here are the topmost actions of it…
- Antidepressant – alleviates or prevents depression, lifts mood, counters melancholia, reduces anxiety
- Anti-inflammatory – controls, alleviates inflammation resulting from injury or infection
- Antifungal – destroys or inhibits growth of fungus
- Antimicrobial – an agent that resists or destroys pathogenic microbes (virus and bacteria).
- Antiparasitic – destroys, or inhibits parasites.
- Antiseptic – prevents, halts infection (mouth throat gargles).
- Antispasmodic – calms nervous and muscular spasms, for colic, pain and indigestion
- Astringent – causes contraction of organic tissues
- Calming & Sedative – Insomnia
- Disinfectant – prevents and combats spread of germs
- Diuretic – promotes formation urine, aids flushing body toxins, breaking down fats
- Expectorant – helps promote the removal of mucus from respiratory system
- Halitosis – offensive breath
- Regulator – an agent that helps balance and regulate the functions of the body.
- Relaxant – soothing, causing relaxation, relieving strain or tension.
- Stimulant – an agent that quickens the physiological functions of the body, temporarily increases body or organ function, good for convalescence, poor circulation, listlessness, physical fatigue
- Tonic – digestive, Central Nervous System (CNS)
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