Monday, August 18, 2014


Uses of Bergamot Oil in Aromatherapy A primary component of the fragrant eau-de-cologne, Bergamot oil also has a number of therapeutic uses in aromatherapy. It has a high content of the chemicals esters and alcohols, making it a gentle oil to use.
Bergamot oil is useful for digestive difficulties, stress, infectious wounds, as an insect repellent and for cystitis. It is analgesic, a stimulant, diuretic, antiseptic, antidepressant, deodorant and a tonic. This oil soothes frazzled nerves and over stressed bodies. It is uplifting to our inner self or soul. Inhale the oil, with or without visualization, to relieve depression and the tension of every day life. At night, inhale the scent to produce a restful, relaxing sleep.

Magickal Uses: Peace, happiness, restful sleep, soothes stress. Is used in purifying and relaxation spells. To relax or to get rid of hexes, run hot bathwater over the herb before bathing.

To attract wealth keep the leaves in a wallet, purse or pocket book. Also rub the leaves on hands before an interview or important meeting. Carry in a sachet while gambling to draw luck and money. Very powerful for attracting success. Burn at any ritual to increase its power.
Incense: Burn for money, prosperity, uplifting of spirits, joy, protection, concentration, alertness, confidence, balance, strength, courage, motivation and assertiveness.

It can be used in bouquets for weddings and also in love sachets (Triple Moon uses it in true love rituals – it guarantees success!)

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