Bergamot;
Bergamot, also known as Bee Balm is a flower I remember from trips to my Great
Grandmothers in late summer. The colors and smells from these flowers are so
tremendously impressive. You will always see bees and butterfly’s hovering around
them. Bergamot depending on the flowers have flavors that hint of orange, lemon, and
sweet mint. I have always loved teas made from Bergamot.
Bergamot was used in many of my Great Grandmothers love spells charms and
bags. I remember going along beside her as she would go pick just the right flowers and
leaves for the magick she was working and teas she would brew.
The hundreds of bee’s that were flying around the brightly colored flowers
seemed to always begin chasing me. They never bother my Great Grandmother, but they hated me.
I imagine that’s probably where Bergamot got the name Bee Balm, and the bee’s
still don’t like to sharing this one.
Folk Names; Bee Balm, Lemon Balm, Horsemint.
Magickal Powers;
Jobs, Money and Love.
Bergamot carried in a bag and keep with you during a job interview will increase
your chances for you to be hired for the job you desire. I will also increase the chances of
promotions with the job you already have.
Bergamot can be made into a love potions or elixirs to cause the one of your
desires to fall hopelessly in love (or lust) with you. You only need add about 1/4 cup of
the potion to be drink by the person. But it must all be completely drunk.
Bergamot Love Potion;
1, Teaspoon Bergamot leaves
1, Cup hot water for brewing
1/4, Cup honey
1/4, Teaspoon Vanilla
Pinch, Powdered Cloves
Brew together covered for 3 minutes and serve as tea or mix in wines.
Be careful that you really what this person. Sometimes you find your desires are
lost when there are captured.

Medical Uses;
Healthier Hair and Skin, Sleep, Nausea and Flatulence

My Great Grandmother was into her latter ninety’s when she pasted. One of the
remarkable things about her was her beautiful hair. Even at ninety+ she had healthy
looking long hair. It had turned to a dark silvery gray but even then thick and healthy.
Her hair still long below her waist worn in a twisted braid around her head. She would
use an infusion made of waters and oil made with Bergamot leaves and flowers on her
hair.
An infusion of Bergamot has a wonderful scent of flowers and has healing powers
in it for both hair and skin.
Bergamot has natural thymol in the leaves, which is why it works wonders as a
tonic when applied to pimples and small skin rashes.
The leaves can be brewed in to a teas or potions for sleep, nausea, flatulence
(gas), and to ease with the digestive problems.
Bergamot should be brewed into a strong tonics or strong teas will help stop
insomnia.
Other;
Bergamot leave fresh can be added to drinks, meat, stews and salads of a spicy
citric flavor. My Great Grandmother would mix Bergamot with sage for her stuffing and
everyone wondered what her secret ingredient was that made her stuffing's so much
better than all the rest.
AS WITH ALL THINGS HERBAL IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO SOMETHING DON'T USE IT. IF YOU ARE NOT SURE DON'T TAKE A CHANCE IT IS NOT WORTH IT

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Bergamot essential oil

Bergamot soothes irritability and lifts depression or apathy, encouraging gentle but honest communication and the manifestation of a person’s true potential and inner self.

A citrus oil, bergamot mixes well with frankincense and ylang-ylang.

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