Stress Oil. Therapeutic grade essential oils blended together to create a synergy blend for the nervous system.
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1. Deep Rapid Relief Oil 0.5 oz
Description: Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil Propriety Blend designed to help with aches and pains. Ingredients: Ginger is warming, reduces inflammation, increases a feeling of self-assurance: Has been known for helping muscle aches, arthritis and migraines. Wintergreen is used in many analgesic rubs: May help with sore muscles, cramps, arthritis, tendonitis and discomfort in the joints. Clove is a natural anti-inflammatory. Camphor increases blood flow, stimulant, sedative and antispasmodic. Peppermint is a natural pain killer: Helps in soothing and relieving aches and pains. Frankincense may relieve anxiety, inflammation, stress, muscle aches and stress. Helichrysum may help with healing nerves, joints, muscle tissue and inflammation
2. Anxiety Oil: 0.5 oz
Therapeutic grade essential oils concentrate for use in a diffuser or diluted topically. A blend of oils that help induce relaxation. Sweet Orange helps balance the bodies nervous system, emotional balance and a general sense of well-being. Lemongrass has sedative effects on the nervous system and promotes awareness. Ylang Ylang has calming and sedative effects.
Note: Citrus oils, on exposed skin, out in the sun can cause sensitivity.
3. Rest & Relaxation: 0.5 oz
Therapeutic grade Essential oils blended together to promote relaxation. Lavender balances the body where needed, releases nervous tension, helps with emotional balance, peace, general sense of wellbeing. Ylang Ylang is calming helps reduce anxiety, anger and low self-esteem. Clary Sage has sedating affects, soothing, hormonal balance, calming and enhances the dream state. Bergamot is sedating, uplifting, may help relieve anxiety and tension: It’s uplifting and refreshing as well.
4. Mental Fortress: “Ancient Oils” Concentrated 0.5 dropper bottle.
Ingredients: Therapeutic grade essential oils of
Lavender, Holy Basil, Frankincense, Vetiver, Roman Chamomile
Lavender oil -Soothing lavender can help to promote a restful night’s sleep by easing anxious feelings. For some, not only does it help get restorative, sound slumber, but it can also help with feeling more energetic the following morning. Holy Basil -Has been historically used in Ayurveda as an adaptogen to help counterbalance life stressors.
Frankincense-This ancient oil has a wide variety of benefits. It may promote feelings of peace and calm to supporting cellular health. For centuries, people have loved this oil for its well-being properties. It’s mentioned in the New Testament and was found in the ancient civilizations of Egypt. Vetiver-Its aromatic effect on the mind is grounding, calming and balancing, while its other notable actions are antiseptic, antispasmodic, immune-stimulating, warming and sedative to the nervous system, and stimulating to the circulatory system, to name a few. Roman Chamomile-Some Roman chamomile essential oil benefits include its ability to reduce inflammation, relieve depression and anxiety, soothe muscle cramps and other PMS symptoms and boost heart health.
5. Mental Clarity Oils: 0.5 oz
Therapeutic grade essential oils; Uplifting, soothing and clarifying. May also ease anxiety and nausea. Ingredients: Mental Clarity: Orange, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Lemon, Mandarin, Spearmint, Vanilla
Benefits: Citrus oils are uplifting to the mind andbody and brings a sense of happiness and peace. Tangerine contains esters and aldehydes that are calming. Spearmint is refreshing, uplifting and evokes a sense of focus and positive mood. Vanilla oil has been known to help with depression; it’s a sedative, relaxing and tranquilizing.nd place it in areas where you want to disperse the scent. You’ll be amazed by how well this works.
6. Focus Essential Oils: 0.5 oz
Therapeutic grade essential oils: A beautiful blend of grounding oils for nerves, anxiety and anxiousness
Ingredients: Lavender, (Well known for its tranquilizing and sedating effects) Vetiver,( Vetiver has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years. It’s known as a sacred herb because it is uplifting and soothing. Recent research credits vetiver oil for treating focus related issues) Cedarwood(Has both relaxing and calming energy).
7. Stress -0 .5 oz
Therapeutic grade essential oils blended together to create a synergy blend for the nervous system.
Peppermint- Energizes and can be used to stimulate the mind and calm the nerves. It has been used as a natural headache reliever and may improve concentration levels.
Lavender- The calming scent of lavender makes it one of the most popular essential oils. The aroma removes nervous exhaustion and restlessness while also increasing mental activity. Well researched impact on the autonomic nervous system which is why it’s frequently used as a treatment for insomnia.
Eucalyptus- A plant that originated from Australia has a minty fragrance. Eucalyptus oil is great for relieving stress as well as increasing energy levels.
Rosemary- Is also one of the most popular essential oils due to its vast array of uses. Among many benefits, rosemary may help support mental activity, respiratory system, and soothe overall discomforts.
Helichrysum- The hypotensive action of hellichrysum improves the condition of blood vessels by lowering inflammation, increasing smooth muscle function and possibly lowering blood pressure. Helichrysum is a nervine, which means that it benefits your nervous system. May help in reducing stress levels
Melissa- Has been used for depression due to its sedative properties and may create a feeling of peace and warmth as well as uplifting.
Frankinense- The ancient biblical oil may induce feelings of peace, relaxation and satisfaction. When inhaled it’s been shown to help reduce anxiety.
Blue Tansy- Has a delightful warm herbaceous aroma that may help ease your mind. Has been shown to help with nervous tension and stress.
8. Memory Boost
Rosemary Oil, Basil Oil, Cypress Oil, Peppermint Oil, Sage Oil, Juniper Oil, Ginger Oil, Clove Oil
Using Oils: Essential oils can be applied to the crown of your head, behind the ears, to your neck, and to your temples.
If the aroma of an oil is too strong, or your skin is sensitive, you can dilute it with a carrier oil. You can apply essential oils to most parts of your body, but you want to be cautious of your most sensitive skin. To get the most benefit from your essential oils, you’ll find that certain applications are more effective than others.
Essential oils are great for massage! You’ll add 10 to 20 drops of oil to the water in your diffuser.
In aromatherapy, many people choose to apply essential oils to the tops and soles of the feet. Want to take a relaxing aromatherapy bath? Just 10–15 drops in a bath of lukewarm water ought to do the trick. Using an oil diffuser is a great way to enhance the benefits of oil in your home. Even without a diffuser, you can enjoy many of the aromatic benefits of essential oils. Add drops of your favorite essential oils to a cotton ball and place it in areas where you want to disperse the scent. You’ll be amazed by how well this works.
Freshen a smelly space in minutes by adding a few drops of your favorite oils on a cotton ball, then place it in a gym bag, garbage can, or anywhere else that needs a scent upgrade.
The easiest way to get the aromatic benefits of an essential oil is by simply taking a few drops from the bottle into the palm of your hands. Cup your hands around your mouth and nose and inhale, breathing deeply for as long as needed.
Statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Do not eat. Not tested on animals.
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