Bergamot Aeroma Product Sheet

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Product Information and Traditional & Alternative Uses This undiluted, wild-crafted essential oil is created from the peel of the Bergamot citrus fruit. In traditional Chinese medicine, it has a long history of being used to help the flow of vital energy primarily for the proper functioning of the digestive system. When used as a flavoring agent, it offers many digestive benefits and is used with black tea commonly called Earl Grey tea.

1 VITILIGO 2 INTESTINAL WORMS 3 PROTECT AGAINST LICE 4 ANXIETY

5 SKIN CARE 6 INFECTIONS 7 CLEANING 8 HORMONAL SECRETIONS

9 MOOD ELEVATION 10 CONGESTION 10 ANTIDEPRESSANT

Primary Action - Stimulating & Toning: ENHANCE MOOD/DEPRESSION/HORMONAL SUPPORT/ANXIETY: Add five drops to Aeroma plus or 10- 15 drops to Aeroma Pure diffuser and diffuse throughout the day. Apply 2-3 drops to the back of the neck, temples, and abdomen. INTESTINAL WORMS: Apply 2-5 drops to the abdomen area and massage gently until the oil has fully absorbed. SKIN CARE/REDUCE SCARING: Add ten drops to two scoops of star flake bath salt, mix well, add to your bath, and soak for 30-40 minutes. Apply 1-2 drops directly on the area. Perform friction type massage to enhance the effects. CONGESTION: Add five drops to Aeroma plus or 10-15 drops to Aeroma Pure diffuser and diffuse throughout the day.

**Consult your primary care provider before making any changes to your current dietary regimen. Many essential oils may enhance or decrease the effectiveness of prescription drugs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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