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      At the start of the year at time when there is a lot of attention on looking well and eating right, we can often underestimate the importance of caring for our emotional health. Stressful environments, hormonal imbalance, upsetting relationships and traumatic events are some of the many factors impacting our everyday emotional health. Eating well to nourish the body and brain can help to balance moods and using natural remedies is another great tool to help care for our emotional health. Our sense of smell is incredibly powerful and aromas can elicit strong and rapid emotional responses. Here are 5 essential oils to help with emotional health and balance.

      1. Juniper Berry

      Juniper Berry when used topically or aromatically can help alleviate tension and stress from the body. It is a useful oil to use post trauma, when struggling to overcome fears or if suffering from nightmares or night terrors. Diffusing juniper berry in a bedroom at night is a practical way to promote a tension free sleep and experience the therapeutic benefits.

      1. Patchouli

      Incredibly versatile, patchouli’s antidepressant properties make it a good selection for emotional health. It can help to uplift mood and relieve tension in the body. It has also been used as an aphrodisiac for hundreds of years. It helps to improve circulation and is often used to help increase libido for both men and women.

      1. Frankincense

      Used throughout history by many cultures, Frankincense is renowned for its restorative and healing properties. Often used aromatically or placed under the tongue to combat depression, it is known for its anti-inflammatory and antidepressant properties. Frankincense oil helps to promote feelings of peace which makes it an ideal oil to help balance emotions after trauma, unexpected events or dealing with grief. Commonly used for focus & meditation it is a wonderful oil to use topically and aromatically to ease mental fatigue and help balance emotions.

      1. Wild Orange

      Uplifting and invigorating, wild orange is a wonderful oil to use every day to combat stressors and boost moods. The aroma of wild orange can help with feelings of anxiety and fear. If feeling nervous about a situation like flying or speaking in front of a group, inhaling wild orange can have a calming effect. Use wild orange topically and aromatically daily to feel calmer, more optimistic and less reactive to stressors.

      1. Lavender

      Incredibly calming and useful, Lavender is renowned for its soothing and sedative properties. It is often used aromatically and topically to help balance emotions and in particular to improve the ability to express feelings. Lavenders calming properties can help with feelings of impatience, agitation, defensiveness and sadness.

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      When selecting essential oils it’s important to choose 100% pure essential oils for the safest and most effective health benefits. Only certified pure therapeutic grade oils should be taken internally or used neat on the skin. Always dilute essential oils with carrier oil if applying topically to children.

      Essential oils can be used aromatically to affect mood and open airways; topically for quick absorption into the body through the skin, and internally for immune & digestive support.

      Essential oils are a great way to improve your health easily and quickly. Drop me a line if you’d like to learn more about using essential oils or where to purchase 100% pure oils.…

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