Bergamot, with its delightful citrus scent and its broad range of spiritual properties, is a valuable addition to any magical practitioner’s toolkit.
Whether you’re crafting spells, conducting rituals, or seeking to promote healing, bergamot can be a powerful plant ally.
How Can I Use Bergamot In Spells?
Bergamot can be used in spells in a variety of ways. It can be utilized in the form of essential oil, dried leaf, or fresh fruit.
It can be used to anoint magical tools, added to incense, or sprinkled around your sacred space for spells related to money, success, and emotional healing.
It can also be brewed into a magical tea or used in a ritual bath to draw its energies into your aura directly. If you aren’t able to find fresh, organic bergamot to make tea in your area, Earl Grey tea contains the citrus fruit, in addition to black tea leaves.
What Are The Magical Properties Of Bergamot?
Bergamot possesses potent magical properties, including prosperity, happiness, strength, and protection.
It’s particularly associated with attracting wealth and uplifting the spirit.
Bergamot is also known for its ability to promote clarity of thought, making it a great ally for spells requiring focus and concentration.
Complete List Of Magickal Properties Of Bergamot
Our complete Materia Magicka contains everything you need to know to work with bergamot in spells, rituals, and healings.
Table: Bergamot’s Magickal Properties
|Materia||Magical Properties Of Bergamot|
|Latin Name||Citrus bergamia|
|Folk Names||Bergamot Orange, Prince’s Pear, Sour Orange|
|Planetary Correspondences||The Sun|
|Signs that Rule Bergamot||Leo|
|Deities that Rule Bergamot||Apollo, Mercury|
|Chakras that work with Bergamot||Solar Plexus, Heart|
|Bergamot’s Magickal Properties||Prosperity, happiness, strength, protection, clarity, wealth, stress relief, emotional healing, focus, concentration|
While Bergamot is safe for most people when used appropriately, it’s essential to be aware that some people may experience skin irritation or sensitivity, especially when it’s applied directly to the skin. It’s also photosensitive, meaning it can make your skin more sensitive to the sun. Always dilute bergamot essential oil and avoid sunlight or UV light for up to 12 hours after application.
As with all forms of magick, intention is key. Always approach bergamot with respect and a clear mind, making sure your intentions align with your highest good.
What are some of your favorite ways to use bergamot in your magickal working? Let us know in the comments below!
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