Óleo essencial biológico de Bergamota

20,37 €

A bergamota, semelhante a uma pequena laranja de cor amarelada, é cultivada na região da Calábria. O seu nome advém da cidade de Bérgamo, em Itália, pois foi aí que o seu óleo foi originalmente comercializado na Europa, vindo de Marrocos. O óleo essencial de bergamota foi descrito como tendo acção relaxante em aromaterapia, bem como capacidades analgésicas e neuroprotectoras.

Constituintes principais: Limoneno (38,4%), acetato de linalilo (28,9%), linalool (13,4%).

Precauções no uso do óleo essencial de Bergamota: Pode irritar peles sensíveis. Pode causar fotossensibilidade.

Nota: A informação contida nesta página serve unicamente para fins educacionais.

  • 10ml
  • 100ml

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