I used to brew up a pot of Earl Grey Tea whenever I had a particularly tough day teaching. I have since learned about the medicinal properties of bergamot, the herb that gives Earl Grey Tea that distinctive aroma and flavour.
My body instinctively knew what I needed to help steam off the detritus of the day. (Back then I didn’t have the stress undressing techniques I now have.)
Bergamot is known to help with:
In the world of aromatherapy, it is purported to help release the need to be in total control, allowing you to flow with the rhythm of life. Not a bad thing to do, especially if you live with a chronic illness.
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