bergamot oil


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bergamot oil

[′bər·gə‚mät ‚ȯil]
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A yellow-green essential oil from the rind of bergamot (Citrus bergamia) fruit; it is volatile, contains linalyl acetate, limonene, and livalol, and is used in perfumes.
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Check with your doctor first, but it's advisable to avoid pine oil if you have high blood pressure, lavender oil if you're newly pregnant, or bergamot oil if your skin is sensitive.
The potency of bergamot oil poses difficulties for tea packers but Ambassador Packaging Ltd of Winsford, Cheshire, tel: 0606558505, were able to advise how they supplied Swiss-made Cellux tape from stock.
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The recipe for the bergamot oil - flavoured infusion apparently came from a grateful Chinese mandarin whose son was saved from drowning by one of Lord Grey's men.
If you have an oily skin then use two scoops of Fuller's Earth, the juice of one lemon and one drop geranium essential oil with two drops Bergamot oil.
Surround yourself with nice smells by adding a few drops of bergamot oil to water in an oil burner.