What is Bergamot
Bergamot is the common name of the Citrus bergamia Risso et Poiteau plant (Navarra, Mannucci, Delbò, & Calapai, 2015). The fruit has a yellow peel and is the size of an orange
Literature suggests that bergamot plays an important role on different areas of interest as nervous system, cardiovascular health, inflammation, diabetes bone metabolism, and skin.
Also shown to reduce Inflammation
previously published clinical studies in animals and in humans where the efficacy has been evaluated in terms of dosage and timing of administration of bergamot with regard to the nervous system, cardiometabolic markers, diabetes, inflammation, bone, and skin.
Bergamot oil and its major active components, namely limonene, linalyl acetate, and linalool, have demonstrated anti‐inflammatory, immunomodulatory, and wound healing activities under different conditions.