Message from Bergamot:
Be empowered with your skills. There is no need for you to second guess; you have all you need to move forward today. In correspondence of the Tarot, Bergamot is connected with the devil Major Arcana card. The Devil appears when you are feeling trapped by things such as unhealthy or co-dependent relationships, financial debt, unproductive careers, unhealthy lifestyles or addictions, or consumerism and materialism. Make changes, be brave every step you take in positive change will pay off.
Affirmation: I am Happy and Healthy, and I am Blessed.
What is it good for:
Soothes skin; Bergamot essential oil is useful for balancing combination and oily skin and improving skin tone. It’s strong soothing effect helps to calm dry, itchy and its natural healing properties can reduce the appearance of scars over time.
Enhances well-being; the sweet aroma of bergamot acts as an antidepressant by balancing mood and easing anxiety. It is a popular ingredient in colognes.
Cools fevers; Bergamot has a cooling action that can help the body fight fever.
Acts as an antiseptic; the oil has antibacterial and antiviral properties. Dab, diluted, on cold sores (it is active against the herpes virus) and pimples.
To promote feelings of relaxation and help ensure a restful sleep, make a refreshing blend by mixing 1-2 drops of Bergamot oil with a base oil, and massage your feet before bedtime.
Relieve heat stroke or fever;
add 2-3 drops to cool water and add to a compress, then apply directly to the skin.
Safe usage: nontoxic, nonirritant in dilution. Make sure you buy bergatene-free (also called Bergamot FCF), or it will be phototoxic.