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Essential Oils - My Top Four Choices
If you want to experience the true benefits of aromatherapy, try buying a small sampler of essential oils so you can see what you like. You can put them in a diffuser, in a humidifier, sprinkle them in your bath or hot tub, or apply a few drops to your fabric softener sheets. Take a tea bag and sprinkle a few drops onto it, and then place it in your lingerie drawer and a natural sachet!
Here are some of my favorite scents.
I promise this will immediately lower your blood pressure as soon as its wonderful scent travels to your brain. It relaxes you, and even though the fragrance is strong and perky it will help you sleep if you have suffered from insomnia. It just has something that backs off all the tension! Maybe that is why companies started adding it to household cleaning products-because then women do not mind cleaning!
This is another citrus fruit, somewhere between a lemon and a grapefruit. Most people have heard of it as an ingredient in Earl Grey tea, but they do not know that is it used in many perfumes, both for men and women.
Sage is one of those aromatherapy products that, like calendula, do not have a classic floral fragrance. It is rather nut-like or plant-like. But it does ease a host of ailments it has been said to lift depression, tension, and insomnia.
These kinds of oils have a familiar scent, it makes a person feel energetic and warm. If you have never tried it to relieve a headache, then put a few drops into water, wet a compress, and put it on your forehead. You can also rub a compress on your abdomen to relieve indigestion or gas. I do not know whether it is the rubbing or the ginger, but this definitely works for me!