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Plant Guru

Bergamot Essential Oil 5 ml. 100% Pure Undiluted Therapeutic Grade.

Plant Guru

Bergamot Essential Oil 5 ml. 100% Pure Undiluted Therapeutic Grade.

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  • Botanical Name: Citrus Bergamia
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Great for Making Perfume Used this oil as an ingredient in perfume for my wife. Imparts a wonderful, citrus/foral character. Also gives me a craving for Earl Grey tea. 5Five StarsThis is a wonderful oil5Exactly what I neededI quit smoking (again) and was looking for ways to make the experience slightly less stressful- I found an aromatherapy "recipe" that included Bergamot. The package came quickly and was wrapped securely to avoid breaking. There is more than enough of the oil to make the recipe complete. Although it's only been 6 days smoke free (and thus, still sucks), the diffuser combo with bergamot is helping to make it a little more bearable.4Too Much Missing Information - See My Furanocoumarin Warning!I don't just use essential oils, I study them, along with whole herbs and other natural remedies. I've read printed books and e-books. I've pored over blog posts and comments sections looking for information to verify. I read from the scientific side, learning how to find what constituents should be in an oil and what they do. I read from the skeptical side, paying close attention to warnings about overdose and internal use. I learn more almost every day. Here's what I've learned: (If you've already read my info, feel free to skip down to About This Oil for the specifics on this purchase.)* Therapeutic Grade , Pure , Certified : There is no private board or government agency that regulates the definition of a "pure" or "therapeutic grade" essential oil in the United States. A company can label an oil that contains very little essential oil as "pure". Any "badge" or label with these words is likely something copyrighted by the company. Some companies do publish the standards and definitions they use, so those words don't indicate that a company is being sinister. Look for definitions and standards to back up the label. The more information a company provides, the more likely you are to be getting top-quality oils. This standard for information applies to using Latin names to indicate specific plant strains, telling you exactly what is in a blend, information on how they test oils or have them tested, and when an oil is less expensive because it is blended with a carrier oil.Just because an oil is "pure" doesn't mean that it is of the highest quality. The age of the plant, how and where it is grown, and even whether it is picked at the right time of day make a difference as to how much oil is in each plant, and the quality of that oil. So two pure oils from the same type of plant could still be of different qualities.*Organic: Even if you eat conventionally-grown veggies, walk through the organic section of the store mumbling about hippies , and work for a company that creates GMO grains, hear me out. Because essential oils are so concentrated, toxins that you might find OK in FDA-approved acceptable levels can also become concentrated in an essential oil. And because you absorb these oils into your lungs, through your skin, or at times by ingestion, that means it is necessary for an oil to be organic wherever possible. Sometimes certification isn't possible, either because of cost or the location where the plants are grown, in which case I look for the company to tell me how the plants are grown.*Smell: Smell isn't generally a good indicator of an oil's purity or strength. Our noses just aren't usually that sensitive, and there are many ways to enhance the scent of an oil that aren't necessarily good for you. Everything from adding natural scents or blending in cheaper oils that have a similar smell, to the addition of synthetic fragrances. (I am not making accusations here! Just explaining.) Oils that smell rancid or fermented should not be used, so scent is definitely of value in making those determinations, as well as to help seek out those oils that smell completely different than they should (spearmint or cornmint rather than peppermint, for example). Trained aromatherapists, perfumers, and other professionals have been trained to detect slight variations in scent, and I appreciate their work and knowledge; they don't fall into this category and should sniff away!Fermentation comes from an oil being improperly distilled or adulterated with plant matter which actually rots, causing the alcohol odor. You may also smell alcohol if the oil was extracted in an alcohol tincture (like vanilla extract) rather than being actually distilled. (Tinctures are wonderful, but are not essential oils). Rancidity comes from an oil expiring . Generally speaking, true essential oils won't go bad or become rancid, though there certainly are some that may. Usually, rancidity is caused by dilution with a carrier oil, and the carrier (olive oil, coconut oil, etc) is what has gone rancid.* Food Grade , Standardized , Natural Scent Oils : These oils, made to taste or smell or behave the same way every single time, are almost always adulterated or blended, because natural products will differ from batch to batch based on the above listed variables. While these can be great natural products for manufacturers looking for consistency, they are not used for aromatherapy or other medicinal uses. Something may be OK to ingest, but not because it is labeled food grade . If you bake or make confections for sale, this class of oils may be to your liking.There is great debate over the internal use of essential oils! Of course, if you've eaten food, you've consumed essential oils. The question is concentration. It takes approximately 200 pounds of flowers to make one pound of lavender essential oil, so there are a lot of concentrated components in any oil. So while you've certainly consumed lemon oil if you've ever had a twist in your iced tea or martini, you haven't likely consumed three lemons' worth (or more) at one time. You can do great harm by ingesting an oil with which you are not familiar, or that is adulterated with pesticides or something unknown. The FDA does have a list of items Generally Regarded As Safe for use in foods in the amounts typically used for flavoring or preserving, and that is a good place to start. Just Google GRAS Oils List , it's copied on a million blogs so you don't have to do the digging on the government site :)So how do you know which companies are selling you what? There is independent testing, but it's frequently more affordable for some companies to do the testing in-house. GC (Gas Chromatography) and MS (Mass Spectrometry) tests are what you're looking for, and you want them to include the batch number or other identifier, the lab where the test was performed, the date of the test, and possibly the name of the technician who performed the test. If those are not included, you could be looking at a copy of any similar oil. While independent testing is more transparent, in-house testing offers the ability for a company to test more batches. Some companies are able to test each batch, others take random samplings, and many rely on the testing done when they began working with a given supplier.You have to do the work and the research, or ask someone you know and trust. Like me, a stranger on the internet. (OK, but I really do my homework.) You have to take the plunge and order one of the tiny, pricey bottles along with the more budget-friendly option of the same oil. It might seem crazy to buy a 15ml bottle of oil for the same price, or more, as a 4 oz bottle, but if you want to do more than create scent, it's important. So that's what I did. I bought oils from different types of companies to see what I would find. I have bottles from super-cheap to top-of-the-line pricey but potent. I own oils from First Botany, NOW, Young Living, Simply Earth, WellnessScent, DoTerra, RMO, Living Pure, and several others. I stopped counting bottles at 100, because I don't want to admit that I might have a problem :) (That's over time, folks. Unless you're independently wealthy, don't try that all at once!)I look for several things as I test oils. First, I check the company's website to see what information they provide on their products. The more information, the greater likelihood that you're dealing with a trustworthy company. I check for adulteration with carrier oils using the paper test, where I drop the oil on paper and watch for residue. I do use scent, comparing how long the scent of one brand lasts over another. Scent is subjective, but sometimes there's enough difference to make me look further. I also check for rancidity and any smell of fermentation. I consider the price, and whether it is actually possible to produce and sell a quality oil at the price offered. I look at the quality of the bottle, which should always be dark to protect real oils, though clear glass is cheaper. If it isn't glass, I didn't bother buying it in the first place. I feel the oils, which should, for the most part, not leave a slippery or oily residue on your skin after being rubbed in a bit. (I wash my hands quickly, and am careful with which oils I use topically in this way.) If I diffuse the oils, I watch for evidence of oily residue in my diffuser. I will also taste oils when appropriate, diluted properly, and when I believe it safe for me.About This Oil:1. Information: Plant Guru offers little information on their website. They do give the botanical name of the plant, it's origin (Italy in this case), and how the oil is made (cold-pressed peel). But they don't tell me what constituents this should have, or important warnings. I have e-mailed the company asking for this information and testing results, and after more than a week have gotten no reply.2. MISSING WARNING: It is important to note that bergamot may contain furanocoumarins. Bergamot is sold in two ways, regular cold-pressed (raw) and FCF , or Furanocoumarin Free , a product that has been heated to remove certain components which may be harmful. Furanocoumarins are compounds which can be phototoxic when used topically, meaning that the oil may make the skin extra-sensitive to sunlight. When used topically and exposed to sun, bergamot oil may cause your skin to react in unexpected ways, which include making you more susceptible to sunburn and the possibility of increasing your chances of far worse conditions caused by over-exposure to sunlight. DO NOT USE THIS IN LOTIONS, SUNSCREENS, or other topical applications intended for use in direct sunlight. Whole, raw bergamot has its place, and I prefer it for aromatherapy, but extreme care should be taken with topical use if you are unsure of whether it was treated to remove the furanocoumarins. Also, because this warning is missing, as is information on whether this is an FCF bergamot, that goes to missing information I don't really know what I have.3. GC/MS Testing I cannot find any GC/MS test results on the website. Again, I included a request for test results when I e-mailed Plant Guru, and have received no response. If they reply, I will update this review.4. Organic: There is no indication that this bergamot is organically grown on either the bottle or the website.5. Paper Test: This passed the paper test, showing no signs of dilution with common carrier oils. It was slightly less viscous, or more watery , than the oils I was able to use for comparison, one FCF and one straight cold-pressed bergamot. Those two oils were nearly identical in their scent and viscosity, while this one was lighter on both counts.6. Smell: This smells like bergamot should, with no hint of anything off . The scent did dissipate less quickly than the two oils of known quality I used for comparison, frequently indicating a lack of the more volatile compounds that should be present. I don't know why this occurred, because of the lack of available test results.7. Price: The price is really low, considering this is the peel of a fruit from Italy that isn't even grown for food (bergamot is inedible). If you check out the other oils available on the Plant Guru website, it seems impossible that they have used organic plants picked at the proper time and grown in the best way for essential oils, because just buying the plants would be prohibitively expensive at the potential profit they might make.8. This oil is shipped properly, and is in a dark amber bottle as expected.I'm not likely to use this topically at all, because I don't know how it will affect my skin since I don't know what's in the bottle. For the same reason, I would not use it internally, though I've not found any reason to use bergamot in that way anyway. I do use this in my diffuser, and have found the scent to be pleasant, so I will continue to do so, while not choosing to use it in the diffuser that sits next to my desk and blows right in my face when I need it to. There's just too much information lacking.Bergamot is one of my favorite oils. It is used to combat stress, lift depression, and aid those with feelings stemming from grief and loss. A bergamot EO was one of my first essential oils used for aromatherapy and not some other health purpose or household use. While the smell is distinctly citrus, it isn't the lemon or orange you might be used to, and has a deeper, more subtle aroma. It blends very well with other citrus, as well as woodsy scents like cedarwood, juniper, and frankincense. It is also fantastic to bring some grounding scents to things like ylang-ylang and geranium or rose. I nearly always use bergamot when looking for a bedtime blend, and do dab it on my wrists in a grief-battling blend, knowing I'm an indoors-y type and being careful to use other blends if I'll be in the sun.I am a product tester specializing in natural products, and as such I did receive a discount on my first purchase of this oil for the purpose of testing and review. In order to maintain my reputation and integrity, I do consider the full price of an item as I review, I do test and use any product I recommend, and I am never obligated to give any product a positive review. I hope you found this information helpful as you look for the right oils for your needs. Thanks for reading my review!3Great Company to Deal With Excellent and great company to deal with. 5I keep coming back to Plant GuruI've made multiple purchases from Plant Guru. I've found them to be the best quality for my budget. I started out in essential oils with Young Living, and while they are definitely worth every penny, they do not fit my budget. The Plant Guru oils are thinner than YL, and I found I have to use a little more if I'm diffusing, but not if I am applying topically. Even with using a little more, they are still more economical due to the price point. I'm happy to have found a product that I can trust and afford.5PerfectThis scent is bright, refreshing, and pure bergamot. I love it!5Five Stars ok 5Not a great quality essential oilI liked this oil until trying Young Living essential oils. There is a HUGE difference in quality. I don't think this oil is worth it.1Five Stars very good quality very pleased 5Great Great oil! 5... actually my second purchase from plant guru i absolutely love both of my experiences as far as purchaseThis is actually my second purchase from plant guru i absolutely love both of my experiences as far as purchase, delivery, and using the products. I first bought a box set being it was my introduction to essential oils and haven't looked back since. After my first purchase i got familiar with what i like and what's best for me and my family's needs and made a purchase from another company ( edens garden) they were cool however i couldn't help but feel like the Plant Guru oils made a more potent or just seemed to be more effective so i came back and now more experienced in what I like I'm purchasing single and larger sizes. Always along with the variety 10ml box set. I hope this helps someone.5Bergamot For Smelly FeetMy co-worker mentioned that Bergamot oil helps combat smelly feet...I ordered both her and I a bottle and I rubbed it on my feet the minute I opened the package!It smells so good!I'm excited to not have smelly feet anymore (and so is my husband)!5Best Oils Out There Better than YLThe best quality essential oils out there. I love them. Have been using them for several years. I haven't found a more pure, delicious smelling oil at such a reasonable price. I also love the sweet orange and all their oils.5BergamotI think this oil is wonderful. I use oils regularly and I didn't want to spend a lot on a new oil that I had yet to try out. This passed the paper test, showing no signs of dilution with common carrier oils. I do use this in my diffuser, and have found the scent to be pleasant but I would never put it on my skin without dilution in a carrier.Bergamot is used to combat stress, lift depression, and aid those with feelings stemming from grief and loss. It blends very well with other citrus, as well as woodsy scents like cedarwood, juniper, and frankincense. It is also fantastic to bring some grounding scents to things like ylang-ylang and geranium or rose. I nearly always use bergamot when looking for a bedtime blend, and do dab it on my wrists in a grief-battling blend, knowing I'm an indoors-y type and being careful to use other blends if I'll be in the sun.I love that this comes in a brown glass bottle... if it doesn't, you should NOT buy from that seller. This is how oils are supposed to be stored.5Sorry but this is awful but Customer Service is top notch! I have no idea why this product got good reviews. The scent is horrible. I have tried other Bergamot that have a lovely scent but this is such a chemical mystery scent and I couldnr detect what the hell is in it. My daughter threw it out but not before we had others smell it; all agreed DISGUSTING SCENT!UPDATE. The company contacted me and has offered me a full refund. Due to the attentive customer service I will purchase those items again I did like from this company, again! 1Plant Guru has great quality productsI was sent this oil for free for the purpose of providing an honest review after trying the product. I've also ordered other Plant Guru oils and they've been of great quality. They would easily get five stars except the only drawback is the droppers on the bottles where the oil tends to come out a little too fast. However that's not a deal breaker for me being that they have quality oils at very competitive prices.4Very NiceI love the smell and the calming affectit has on my mood and feeling ofanxiety.I need this type of diffused oil in the morning.I get nervous about going to workalmost every day. It helps to calm me.5Wonderful oil Love this oil. Smells wonderful 5Great steam distilled therapeautic grade essential oilLove that all Plant Guru oils are steam distilled and no solvents are used to extract the pure oil. I use these so many ways, from bath salts, to perfume making, homemade skin cream, homemade HE laundry soap, hand soap, dish soap etc. etc., and in my and my spouse's diffusers. I am so pleased with this lovely Bergamot Therapeautic Grade Essential Oil from Plant Guru. Currently I am mixing it with peppermint oil in some of my diffusers. My favorite tea is Stash Earl Gray Double Bergamot with lots of Bergamot and lavender. I save the empty sachets to smell and store seeds in. It is so wonderful to have pure Plant Guru Bergamot oil in my diffusers. The smell is calming and uplifting and makes me think of the tea even on days when I am not having a cup or two of it. I will also use it in my fragrance making, and perhaps some light cookies or desserts. -Julie Sands5Perfect! Arrived timely and quality is perfect! 5Great relaxing scent This oil is great to use in a hot bath to de-stress. It has a nice citrus smell and helps to calm the nerves after a rough day. And I should know I teach Kindergarten. 4In love with this scent This smells amazing. I had purchased some other essential oils that came in a variety of scents which also included a Bergamot..well this Bergamot put that one to shame. I love this scent and will be buying more. I just wish they offered this in larger sizes. 5Three StarsGood3
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