Vitacost 100% Pure Bergamot Oil -- 1 fl oz (30 mL)
Adds great flavor to water
I know it is not explicitly suggested for internal consumption but it is just distilled bergamont, like a concentrated version of what you would get in an earl grey tea. I put one drip in my waterbottle and it makes for a refreshing flavor all day. It is very strong so you don't need to use much.
March 13, 2015
The Siberian Tiger of citrus essential oils
If lemon, orange and the other citrus oils are housecats, bergamot essential oil is a Siberian Tiger. The first note is that of an extremely strong citrus with an unusually bitter scent. Then --and I hate using words from Yahoo Answers ---it wears off and smells like "perfumed feet." I didn't want to admit to that, but the kid was on the mark. But this is only until you get used to the scent, then the perfumed feet smell wears off. It's pretty strong stuff, so go easy a little goes a long way.
Mix equal parts of bergamot, lemon and orange and any other citrus oils in white vinegar and some Isopropyl or vodka in a spray bottle, shake before using and you have a combination cleaner/room spray /fabric refresher and floor cleaner.
February 3, 2015
Bright and uplifting fragrance.
December 18, 2014