3 Aromatherapy Recipes to Balance Your Equilibrium

Aromatherapy has been used to promote health for over a thousand years. The term aromatherapy was coined in the 1920s by a french chemist. Out of all of your senses, your sense of smell has the most direct connection to your mind. Aromatherapy can help ease your mind and help you relax. Here are three recipes to balance your equilibrium in the new year from Aromatherapy Kit.

Energy

energy

Need some pep in your step?  This will lift the spirit and wake up the brain.

Combine:

4 drops wild orange

4 drops peppermint

How to Use: Add to your diffuser, following manufacturer’s instructions.

 

Stress Relief

stress-relief

Calms the furious, diminishes anger, and replaces negative thoughts. Roman chamomile can have a strong smell so apply this away from your nose.

Combine:

4 drops Roman chamomile

3 drops lavender

2 drops clary sage

2 drops geranium

1 drop ylang ylang

How to Use: Add to your diffuser, following manufacturer’s instructions.

 

Concentration

consentration

When you’ve got to put in the hours, this will give you the power.

Combine:

1 drop basil

2 drops rosemary

2 drops cypress

Then Add:

1/4 C (60ml) carrier oil, such as apricot or jojoba

How to Use: Combine all ingredients and use either in a room diffuser, air freshener, or by misting with a spray bottle.

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Essential oils are an all-natural way to bring about peace, calm, energy, and many other states of being. An alternative route to stress relief and preventative care, these oils can truly help heal.

The Aromatherapy Kit contains all of the most common oils used in home remedies: orange, lavender, peppermint, tea tree, lemon, frankincense, geranium, and cedarwood. They are each profiled so you can use their individual attributes to create a unique blend for exactly what you need, with instructions given on whether oils are to be used topically or diffused around your home.

You’ll find ideas on how to use essential oils for cleaning appliances, or freshening up clothes and musty closets. The book also includes advice on how to purchase and store essential oils for all of your aromatherapy uses. Find the aromas that best suit your lifestyles and develop a love for them that will last a lifetime.