If you haven't every used Sensation... then ahem, you're missing out!!! .....just sayin'. Talk about getting your sexy on! Ooo-la-la!
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respiratory, sinus infections, fights herpes simplex when combined with Bergamot
dilute 1 part essential oil with 1 part carrier oil (V6 Vegetable Oil). (1) apply 2-4 drops on location, (2)apply on chakras and/or Vita Flex points, (3) inhale directly, (4) diffuse.
Spiritual Influence with PanAway
PanAway is said to clear negative emotions and energies. It is particularly uplifting when the body and mind are in an exhaustive state that will eventually lead to burnout. It also may help those who are afraid of their own emotions or simply fear expressing them.
The other side of 'fear of failure' is not success, but actually UNFOLDMENT... and has to do with 'WHAT DID I LEARN?" from the situation. The affirmation (the positive statement) is "I ACCEPT GROWTH!"
USE: Place one drop of peppermint oil onto the palm of your non-dominant hand, rub your finger over it to rotating clockwise 3 times to activate the oil.
APPLY to the acupuncture alarm point at the thymus, which is just below the clavicle at the point where it joins the sternum; apply to the emotional points: the two points on the forehead (the two little bumps that you use when you're stressed).
Optional points are the spot on the top of the head and the release on the back of the head where the head and neck join, and also filter points: the two points on either side (good because this will filter out other people's emotions). So if you're sensitive you'll be protected from picking up and expressing other people's emotions.
The way we would address the fear of failure is to apply the essential oil on the points, smell the oil while connecting with the feeling (in this example: 'fear of failure.')
You can do this clearing with current feelings, feelings from the past, or anything that has to do with 'failure.' Breathe in, allow yourself to feel the emotion, breathe out, and LET IT GO! Repeat 3 times, connecting with emotions (where they're stored in the body and within the cellular structure); and breathing out. The other side of this emotion is UNFOLDMENT. Take a breath in and breathe-in unfoldment, and allow yourself to accept the learning process of the emotion.
Love is in the air with Valentine's Day right around the corner. Looking to create that oh so special romantic experience with your sweetie? Consider introducing essential oils to the party!
HOW ESSENTIAL OILS BOOST YOUR SEX DRIVE
Essential oils work to increase sexual desire by triggering a response in a specific area of the brain called the limbic system. This area plays a major role in sexual arousal, and is also where brain chemicals and neurotransmitters are produced that regulate everything from your mood to your emotions, and even your libido! The limbic system is uniquely stimulated by your sense of smell. Use any of these single essential oils alone or combine them to make your own personalized romantic blend for use in aromatherapy or sensual massage and get things fired up!
BRING BACK THAT LOVING FEELING
Looking for a love potion for that special someone this Valentine’s Day? Create your “magic elixir” for quality time with essential oil-infused gifts that will make your loved one burst with affection! There’s no better way to demonstrate your appreciation for your valentine than helping him or her relieve stress and tension.. try this 'Loving Feeling' blend, and let us know how it works out.. erhh, we don't necessarily need to know all the juicy details.
Meet your sweetheart with a blend to inspire, and remember the Sensation Blend for passionate nights. Choose fragrances that appeal to your partner the most when creating your lushious Valentine’s Day blends. You don’t want to use an exotic scent if your Valentine prefers a softer aphrodisiac.
More Favorite Valentine’s Day Essential Oils
Jasmine is an emotionally warming, relaxing, and uplifting essential oil, and reputedly an aphrodisiac.
Sandalwood’s warm, resinous, sweet, woody scent creates an exotic, sensual atmosphere.
Ylang Ylang is said to elevate sexual energy and enhance relationships.
Lavender has been used for centuries as the “herb of love.” Lavender has been shown in scientific studies to be one of the most potent scents to arouse men.
Rose is renowned for having sensual and aphrodisiac properties, roses and love have been intertwined throughout history.
Valentine’s Night Perfume - Add all to a small glass bottle or roll on bottle, shake well, and apply to pulse points.
Seduction Perfume - Add all to a small glass bottle or roll on bottle, shake well, and apply to pulse points.
Our noses are the most primitive of all our senses. Your nose is your healer. Why would you use essential oils to help calm and relieve stress? One of the wonderful things about essential oils is they are safe and effective for all ages. They work quickly, have no side effects and are non- habit forming.
How do essential oils help with emotions?
Smell, almost more than any other sense, has the ability to dredge up memories, change moods, or ease tension. Your sense of smell is 10,000 times more sensitive than any of your other senses. Aroma can powerfully affect the brain. Inhaling aromatic compounds from essential oils delivers them to the olfactory bulb, part of the brains limbic system known as our emotional brain.
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Anxiety is a tough battle to face, which makes having a natural solution such as an essential oil blend significant for deterring symptoms of anxiety and stress.
The 2014 research by American College of Healthcare Sciences gave 58 hospice patients hand massages once a day for one week with an essential oil blend consisting of equal ratios of Bergamot, Frankincense and Lavender in 1.5 percent dilution with sweet almond oil. All patients who received the aromatherapy hand massage reported less pain and depression. The study concluded that aromatherapy massage with this essential oil blend is more effective for pain and depression management than massage alone.
* Chang, S.Y. (2008). Effects of aroma hand massage on pain, state anxiety and depression in hospice patients with terminal cancer. Taehan Kanho Hakhoe Chi., 38(4):493-502.
Top 7 Essential Oils to calm Anxiety
Here are some of the best essentials oils for anxiety:
1. Bergamot (Citrus bergamia)
With its distinctive floral taste and aroma, on one hand Bergamot oil is calming and often used to decrease feelings of depression by providing energy. On the other, it can also help with insomnia induce relaxation and reduce agitation. Applying Bergamot essential oils inducing feelings of being “more calm” and “more relaxed.”
2. Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile)
Long known for its support to benefit inner harmony, Chamomile has been used in teas and tinctures. Like the peaceful, calming scent of the tea, Chamomile essential oil have been shown to ease anxiety symptoms, while also decreasing irritability, overthinking, anxiousness and worry. Interestingly, a study conducted at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine found that Chamomile oil “may provide clinically meaningful antidepressant activity that occurs in addition to its previously observed anxiolytic activity.”
3. Frankincense (Boswellia carteri or boswella sacra)
Frankincense is great for easing depression and anxiety because it provides a calming and tranquil energy as well as spiritual grounding. In aromatherapy, it helps deepen meditation and quiet the mind. Combines with Bergamot and Lavender essential oils, Frankincense has been found o have a positive effect on reducing pain symptoms and depression. Many studies have shown how Frankincense produces changes in the brain chemistry, and produces feelings of comfort and happiness.
4. Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
A most common essential oil, lavender benefits include having a calming, relaxing effect. Lavender helps with inner peace, sleep, restlessness, irritability, panic attacks, nervous stomach and general nervous tension, and is considered to be restorative for the nervous system.
5. Rose (Rosa damascena)
Like the flower it comes from, Rose essential oil is settling to the emotional heart and perhaps the second most popular after lavender for relieving anxiety and depression. In this way, Rose essential oil is helpful for panic attacks, grieving and shock.
6. Vetiver (Vetiveria zizanioides)
Ahh, Vetiver oil has a tranquil, grounding and reassuring energy. A favorite for many, its often used after traumatic experiences, helping with self-awareness, calmness and stabilization. As a nervous system tonic, it decreases jitteriness and hypersensitivity and is also useful in panic attacks and shock syndromes.
7. Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata)
Ylang Ylang's calming and uplifting effects helps with increasing cheerfulness, courage, optimism and soothes fearfulness. It is considered calming for heart agitation and nervous palpitations. Moreover, it is a moderately strong sedative that may help with insomnia.
Dr. Lizie Pilicy