Fresh Bergamot Oil GMP/ ISO

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US $18-20 / Kilograms | 1000. Kilogram/Kilograms (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Supply Type:
OEM/ODM
Certification:
CE, GMP, MSDS
Type:
Pure Essential Oil
Raw Material:
Peel
Place of Origin:
India
Model Number:
SNN - 7964
SupplyAbility
SupplyAbility:
1000. Kilogram/Kilograms per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Well Packed In Aluminium Bottles & G.I Drums.
Port
New Delhi
Lead Time :
Immediately Dispatched

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Bergamot  Oil

Bergamot is a plant that produces a type of citrus fruit. Oil taken from the peel of the fruit is used to make medicine.

Some people treat a skin condition called psoriasis by applying bergamot oil directly to the skin and then shining long-wave ultraviolet (UV) light on the affected area. Bergamot oil is also applied to the skin (used topically) for a tumor caused by a fungal infection (mycosis fungoides) and for pigment loss (vitiligo). It is also used as an insecticide to protect the body against lice and other parasites.

Bergamot oil is sometimes inhaled (used as aromatherapy) to reduce anxiety duringradiation treatment.

In foods, bergamot oil is widely used as a citrus flavoring agent, especially in gelatins and puddings.

In manufacturing, bergamot oil is used in perfumes, creams, lotions, soaps, and suntan oils.

Uses

 

  • Anxiety during radiation treatment. Developing evidence suggests that inhaling bergamot oil as aromatherapy does not help reduce anxiety in people receiving radiation treatment.
  • Treating a tumor under the skin due to a fungal infection (mycosis fungoides), when used along with ultra-violet (UV) light.
  • Protecting the body against lice and other parasites.
  • Psoriasis, when used along with UV light.
  • Loss of the color pigment on the skin (vitiligo).
  • Other conditions.

Bergamot oil is safe for most people in the small amounts found in food. It might not be safe when used on the skin (topically), because it can make the skin sensitive to the sun and more vulnerable to skin cancer. People who work with bergamot can develop skin problems including blisters, scabs, pigment spots, rashes, sensitivity to the sun, and cancerous changes.

Special Precautions & Warnings:

Children: Do not use bergamot oil in children. There have been serious side effects, including convulsion and death, in children who have taken large amounts of bergamot oil.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Do not use bergamot oil on your skin if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. It might not be safe.