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Green Tea with Bergamot and Ginger Essential Oils

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Benefits of Green Tea

Benefits of Bergamot and Ginger Essential Oils


  • Bergamot has a calming and soothing aroma.
  • It is frequently used in massage therapy for its calming and uplifting benefits.
  • Diffuse it in the classroom, at work, or at home when stress levels or tension is high.
  • Apply this essential oil to the skin while showering and inhale deeply to experience its calming aroma and enjoy its skin-purifying benefits.
  • Change regular tea to Earl Grey tea with the addition of Bergamot.
  • Apply Bergamot to the feet before bedtime for a sense of calm and harmony.
  • Add one to two drops of it to your next DIY skincare cleanser.
  • Bergamot mixes well with Lavender, Patchouli, Lime, Arborvitae, Ylang Ylang, and Frankincense.
  • Diffuse it for a sense of self-confidence.
  • Use Bergamot with doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil for a calming, soothing massage and a relaxing aroma.
  • Bergamot helps to reduce the appearance of blemishes.
  • Apply Bergamot topically to soothe, calm, and rejuvenate the skin.
  • This essential oil supports healthy nervous system, cardiovascular system, and cognitive function.*
  • It may calm the nervous system and relax the muscles.*
  • Blend Bergamot with Lavender and apply it topically to the abdomen to promote feelings of relaxation.
  • Diffuse Bergamot to reduce feelings of negativity and stress.
  • Use it as an effective surface cleanser.
  • Bergamot helps soothe and calm the nervous system.*
  • It helps to support a healthy metabolism.*


  • During a long car ride along windy roads, diffuse or place a drop of Ginger in the palm of your hand and inhale.
  • May help to support healthy digestion.*
  • May help to support healthy joint function.*
  • May help to reduce bloating, gas, and occasional indigestion.*
  • Apply over lower abdomen for a soothing massage.
  • May help reduce occasional nausea.*
  • Great to add to your dinner for enhanced flavor.
  • Use one to two drops in place of whole ginger in favorite recipes.
  • Diffuse to help create a sense of equilibrium.
  • Diffuse for added energy in late afternoons.
  • Delivers antioxidant protection.*
  • Use with Fractionated Coconut Oil for a stimulating massage.



Please feel free to post a comment below and tell me how you like to use essential oils.

*FDA Disclaimer:   These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

8 thoughts on “Green Tea with Bergamot and Ginger Essential Oils

  1. Hi Kerri,

    I am currently fascinated about essential oils. I’ve recently learned their benefits on our health in a documentary I watched. I love frankincense oil. I usually massage it through my temples, or behind my neck. It makes me relax after a busy long shift day in the emergency room.

    I’m going to try this tea mix. I’ve heard the benefits of green tea, but was never really attracted to it. Probably because I’m trying to abstain from any source of caffeine or theophylline (makes me nervous a lot!). Do you know if green tea contains a lot of theophylline? I’d be willing to try, considering all the positive aspects of it.

    I’d never heard of Bergamot but I’m certainly willing to try given all the benefits it can add to one’s health. And I’m already sold to ginger! Love that stuff!

    Thanks for the tips!

    RN Didi

    1. Hello, RN Didi! The green tea has about 70% less caffeine than coffee, but does contain theophylline, as does chocolate. Green tea has another substance in the tea, amino acid L-Theanine which simultaneously combined with stimulants in the tea, calms the nervous system and enhances concentration abilities.

      Bergamot is the added flavor in Earl Gray tea if you want to know its flavor.

  2. Hi Kerri,

    Hmmm. Bergamot? I have never heard of it. Thank goodness for informative sites like yours. I am often open to ways of calming my nerves and methods to escape from the matrix of this reality. Everything that you mentioned in regards to Bergamot I will try; sooner than later. I just have to make sure I make my way to an oil store. Is Bergamot common in most essential oil retailers? Is it best in oil form or better to consume it?

    1. Hi Chris,
      I buy my oils from an online company because I know of the purity of them, but you can find Bergamot oil in Sprouts, Whole Foods, and those upscale health food/ vitamin stores. You can rub Bergamot on your feet or on the back of your neck (a drop is enough). You can consume it in small amounts in tea (less than a drop is plenty!)

  3. I am wondering why the title of this post has green tea in it, but I don’t see anything about green tea in the post.

    I love using essential oils. My favorite ways to use them is in a diffuser or in skin care. I love to make my own facial oils with them. Right now my favorites are blue tansy and frankincense. What is your opinion about the internal use of essential oils?

    1. Oh my goodness.. I cannot believe I overlooked the health benefits of green tea on this post and only focused on the essential oils. I will edit my post and get that information in there STAT!

      I am completely on board with the essential oils taken internally as long as you purchase from a company that is certified therapeutic. I have food allergies and react to synthetics, so I know that I can use the oils from one company without any reactions- which tells me they are pure from the source. I use them internally in moderation and am good with it.

  4. The past few days have been tense in my house. We’re having to care for elderly parents. One has dementia and the other is having serious heart issues.

    Our routines have been tossed out the window and this always makes me stressed and irritable. I found your wonderful website while searching for some way to re-discover my inner Zen place.

    Thank you for your kind and rational perspective.

    Actually, I have tried ginger and green tea in the past and really liked it. I had just forgotten about it. And, I’ve never tried bergamot with green tea or as a topical but will try it now.

    1. I am so glad that my website helped give you a peaceful place to land. Bergamot is the ingredient added into Earl Grey tea if you want to know the flavor it might add. Thank you for your comment.

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