Aromatic Use of Essential Oils

Aromatic Use of Essential Oils

Aromatic Use of Essential Oils Why Use Essential Oils Aromatically? Produce relaxing, calming, or uplifting feelings

Purify the air Manage mood History of Aromatic Use Essential Oil Properties

Benefit: Purifies the Air Arborvitae Eucalyptus Juniper Berry Melaleuca (Tea Tree) Thyme Wild Orange

Benefit: Manage Your Mood Bergamotcan help reduce feelings of negativity and stress Cypresshas a grounding effect on emotions Eucalyptuspromotes an uplifted mood Lavenderhelps reduce anxious feelings

Lemonpromotes an uplifted, energized mood Patchoulican be used to balance emotions Wild Orangepromotes feelings of happiness Ylang Ylanghelps to uplift mood while promoting calmness Essential Oil Diffusers

Aroma Lite diffuser Lumo diffuser Lotus diffuser Petal diffuser Diffuser Maintenance Tips Avoid placing the diffuser in direct sunlight

Unplug before cleaning Clean the diffuser regularly according to the manufacturers directions Use natural cleaning agents (water, vinegar) Safety

Diffuser Blends Decide what kind of diffuser blend you want (relaxing, invigorating, uplifting, etc) Choose a group of oils that can achieve your desired effect Using oils that fit your desired

outcome, begin pairing Ideas for Aromatic Use Add a drop of oil to a dryer sheet and place in the dryer with laundry for a clean scent Diffuse essential oils in the bedroom, or place a few drops on a pillow for a relaxing environment

that will promote restful sleep Add a few drops of oil on a newspaper and place at the bottom of a trash can to help with the smell Mix oil with water in a spray bottle and spritz over furniture, carpet, or linens Diffuse oils during yoga practice to promote

relaxing, grounding, or energizing feelings dTERRA eBook:Essential Oils for Beginners

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