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10 Bergamot and Vetiver Uses & Benefits

Bergamot and vetiver are two prized oils that are often overlooked by more popular essential oils like lavender, lemon, and peppermint.

But these two amazing oils offer a host of benefits that you may not have heard of. Some may be a little surprising. Others share similar benefits with other types of oil.

Learn how vetiver and bergamot can improve your health and eradicate several nuisances you may deal with on an everyday basis.

Essential Oil Jewelry5 Benefits of Bergamot

Bergamot is a citrus fruit thats rind is used to extract bergamot essential oil. It’s a tropical plant that thrives throughout several European countries. Bergamot is chalked full of a range of health properties, including antibiotic, deodorant, analgesic, disinfectant, and more.

Its powerful scent makes it a common ingredient in fragrances, often used as a “top note” for its sweet aroma. Here are the top five uses of bergamot:

1. Eases pain

Bergamot bolsters the secretion of various hormones which ease the nerve sensitivity that creates pain. This makes it a great remedy for muscle pains, headaches, and sprains.

2. Boosts circulation

By stimulating the hormones, bergamot helps maintain good metabolic rates. This stimulating impact boosts the secretion of bile, insulin, and digestive juices.

3. Encourages relaxation

Bergamot contains flavonoids that can help relax the body. By soothing the nerves and easing tension and stress, bergamot can help ease a range of ailments associated with anxiety.

4. Assists digestion

Due to its ability to boost secretions of digestive acids and bile, bergamot helps facilitate your digestive tract. By quickening the digestive process, it can help ease constipation and protect from certain gastrointestinal complications.

5. Improve skin

Bergamot is used extensively in a range of skin care and cosmetic products – everything from lotion to creams and body soaps. Combine with a carrier oil and massage into your skin a few times a week to maintain a healthy complexion.

Vetiver and Bergamot5 Benefits of Vetiver

Like bergamot, vetiver is packed full of healthful properties. It’s an antiseptic, nervine, cicatrisant, sedative, aphrodisiac, anti-inflammatory, and more. Vetiver can be found across the Indian subcontinent. Vetiver has a mild, earthy aroma that provides a cooling effect on the mind, body, and soul.

Here are the top five uses of vetiver:

1. Remove scars

Bergamot contains a property called cicatrisant. These agents can help eliminate scars and other unfavorable skin marks. Moreover, this substance can encourage new tissue growth to replace discolored tissues.

2. Ease insomnia

This is one of the most well-known benefits of vetiver. Thanks to its sedative properties, vetiver can ease restlessness in both the mind and body. Many people find vetiver as a great natural remedy for restless leg syndrome. Spritz a drop on your pillow and/or massage a couple drops onto you chest to encourage restful sleep.

3. Relive anxiety

Nervine is a tonic for the nerves. Vetiver helps manage your nerves and bolster their health. Furthermore, it can help repair nerve damage inflicted by issues like fear and stress.

4. Quicken healing

Thanks to its rejuvenating properties, vetiver helps quicken the healing process of various wounds while promoting growth of new tissues. It can also inhibit microbe growth to stave off infections.

5. Boost libido

Sex is more connected to psychology of the brain than to physiology. Vetiver is a great remedy for occasional disinterest and frequent impotence or low libido. Diffuse in your bedroom or apply topically to spice up your sex life!

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