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The use of natural essential oils stimulates potent mental, emotional and physiological responses. The aroma of the essential oil stimulates a reaction in the brain but also when the oil is inhaled into the body, the natural chemicals in the oil supply great therapeutic benefits. For example, diffusing eucalyptus is a very effective way to help ease congestion and inhaling peppermint oil improves energy.

When you breathe in the aroma of any essential oil, that is called “direct inhalation“. There are several methods of direct inhalation:

  1. Open a bottle of essential oil and breathe in the fragrance.
  2. Put a couple of drops of essential oil in the palm of your hand, rub your hands together, make a cup with your hands around your nose and mouth and breathe in the aroma. Remember, some essential oils require a carrier oil like coconut or jojoba oil to dilute the concentration or prevent irritation to the skin.)
  3. Put a drop or two of oil or a blend of two or more oils on a tissue, hold it close to the face and  breathe in the scent.

Another widely used method of aromatherapy is diffusing the essential oils in a room. A diffuser causes the essential oil to evaporate into the surrounding room. Diffusing oils can change your mood by relaxing or stimulating the mind. Diffusers are also used to kill airborne germs and ease respiratory issues. Here are several ways to diffuse essential oils:

  1. Add a blend of lemon, clove, orange, cinnamon, eucalyptus and rosemary essential oils to a diffuser to cleanse the air.
  2. Add peppermint oil to a diffuser to improve energy.
  3. Add lavender or chamomile oil to a diffuser to reduce stress, ease a headache or just to relax.

If your Dad is as busy and on the go as mine was, it would be nice to find him a great way to get rid of some of that stress. Aromatherapy is extremely helpful when it comes to achieving easy stress relief. Some people use candles and oil burners and other great supplies for their aromatherapy needs. The right ones can help Dad stay peaceful in the midst of his busy life.

You can help Dad with an essential oil like peppermint that can wake him up in the morning or a different one like lavender or chamomile that can soothe him to sleep at night. Dad can use the essential oils in a diffuser in the bedroom or in a spray in the living room or any other room in the house. There are even great ways to use essential oils in the car for that morning and evening commute.

Giving the gift of aromatherapy is easy and affordable. It’s an unexpected gift for one to give to Dad, Mom or any of your friends and family whenever you want to surprise them with something they wouldn’t expect. You can find amazing aromatherapy gifts for your friends and family online that really help to enhance any environment and help keep stress at bay.


Calming Essential Oils

Author: Dr. Larita
05/17/2019

The first time I went to the dentist might possibly have been my last if I didn’t inherit bad teeth like most of the women in my mother’s family. This was quite some time ago, in the late 1960s. I just wanted to find out why my mouth was hurting so but the dentist put his hands in my mouth (without gloves) and pronounced my tooth needed to come out. I didn’t want that to happen because his fingernails were dirty. He didn’t know I was about to vomit on him. He pulled my tooth anyway – and I was hysterical for days.

Thankfully, dentist offices have come a long way and I’m sure nothing like that happens today. I still don’t like going to the dentist but I asked my dentist to try using an essential oil diffuser, at least when I come in and he did! Now his office diffuses essential oils in the waiting room and dental rooms and they tell me it definitely seems to affect anxious client’s mood and helps them to feel calm and relaxed.

The best essential oils to use for apprehensive anxiety such as you feel in the dental chair are bergamot, lavender, neroli, rose otto, geranium, cedarwood, patchouli and sweet orange. Try it at home before you even go to the dentist. Make an apprehensive anxiety blend of:

  • 15 drops bergamot
  • 5 drops lavender
  • 10 drops geranium

Blend the oils in an amber colored bottle and add 8-10 drops of the blend to the water in your diffuser. It’s best to close off the room you’re in if possible or stand close and sniff the molecules. Do this 10 -15 minutes before you leave for the dentist or wherever you need to go that has you apprehensive.


aromatherapybathSage has been considered a sacred herb and a cure for many ailments for hundreds of years. It eventually found its way into the kitchen as a flavoring for meats and other dishes. As an aromatic, sage has a wide variety of therapeutic uses on a continuum from promoting respiratory health to strengthening memory.

Sage is used extensively in perfumes and colognes, especially in men’s fragrances. It can also be found in soaps, antiperspirants, detergents, mouthwashes, gargles and toothpastes. To top it all off, sage is also a source of natural antioxidants but ingesting it by mouth is discouraged. Even though you should not drink sage essential oil, there are many therapeutic uses for it.

Sage Essential Oil Applications 

  • To bring back appetite, use 2-3 drops in a diffuser.
  • For arthritis, strained muscles and rheumatism, use 2-3 drops in one ounce of liquid shea butter and massage it on affected areas.
  • For colds, bronchitis and other respiratory ailments, use 2-3 drops in steam inhalation or in a diffuser.
  • For constipation, use 8-10 drops in your bath water.
  • To relieve fluid retention, use 2-3 drops in sweet almond oil and massage it on the affected areas or use 8-10 drops in bath water.
  • For flatulence, use 2-3 drops in steam inhalation or a diffuser.
  • To fight low blood pressure, use 2-3 drops in a diffuser of steam inhalation regularly.
  • To ease the discomforts of menopause – hot flashes, night sweats, nerves – use 2-3 drops nightly in a diffuser.
  • To help with scanty periods and painful menstruation, use 8-10 drops in your bath water.
  • To bring back a sense of balance and calmness after trauma, especially if it continues to bother you after a long period of time, (commonly known as post traumatic stress syndrome) use 2-3 drops in a diffuser nightly until a sense of balance is restored.

You have the perfect spot, tasty snacks, favorite show or book, and in your comfiest clothes – that is, without a doubt your ‘me time’ done right. But how about making it better? Upgrade your daily relaxation ritual by adding oil diffuser to your home R&R essentials.

De-stress, enjoy the scent of your favorite essential oils, and feel the day’s worries disappear with the help of oil diffuser. Reap the therapeutic benefits of the relaxing aromatherapy fragrance of tea tree, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint, and more. Whichever your preference, diffusing oils to fill up your home or room with their soothing scent can relieve your stress, improve your mood, and help you get a good night’s rest. Choosing the right oil diffuser product shouldn’t be any trouble as you’ll find them in a wide selection of styles and features. With a bit of research and knowing which best suits your needs and budget, you’re well on your way to a relaxing day or night.

Cap off or start the day with the best version of you, use oil diffuser to get you in the right mood, feeling good, and up for spreading positive vibes. With essential oil diffuser, your ‘me time’ will just keep on getting better.


Using a diffuser is an excellent way to disperse essential oils into the air. Diffusers emit a fine mist of essential oil micro-particles that purify and revitalize the air in a room. There are many different kinds of these devices available but my favorite is the electric diffuser  closely followed by the kind that uses a tea light candle to diffuse the oil. The essential oils you use in your diffuser are determined by the outcome you want to achieve. Below are lists of essential oils you can use for the purpose stated. You can use one of the oils in the list or experiment with a blend of oils from the same list.

To breath more easily choose from clove, eucalyptus, juniper berries, lavender, peppermint, pine, spearmint, or tea tree. To disinfect a room choose bergamot, cinnamon, clove, eucalyptus, lavender, pine, rosemary,sate, tea tree or thyme. To energize a room use eucalyptus, lemon, lime, peppermint, pine or spearmint. For a stress-free atmosphere, use chamomile, geranium, grapefruit, lavender, lemon, mandarin, neroli, orange or petitgrain.


Give your home a relaxing upgrade with oil diffusers. Diffusers are a great way to make your house smell wonderful while helping you feel relaxed. They work by diffusing essential oils, sending a small amount of humidity into the air and filling your abode with the stress-releasing scent of your choice.

Diffusers are available in different types and are made using different materials. Each one with an assortment of features and unique designs. Ultrasonic diffusers are among the more popular ones in the market. Expert reviews lean in its favor for burning oils and producing vapor without utilizing heat, but by vibrating the water instead. Another advantage is that this type of essential oil diffuser do not use as much water as humidifiers do. Ultrasonic diffusers also allow you to drop more than just one type of essential oil, meaning you can create your own blend as desired. Additionally, diffusers are safer to use than scented candles.

There’s no greater feeling than coming home to the aromatic scent of lavender, rosemary, or eucalyptus. Use your diffusers to fill your home with a relaxing ambiance that’s proven to be beneficial to one’s health. Certain oils and their scents are proven to relieve stress and pain, stabilize your mood, and even repel insects.


Aromatherapy diffusers offer many benefits for your health, your sleep, your stress, and your overall well-being. They are a nice choice whether you are looking to get better sleep at night or to create an office atmosphere that is soothing and relaxing. I have enjoyed using a good diffuser for helping me to wind down at night and get into a blissful state of mind.

My diffuser adds to the décor of my home and it is a cute little way for me to have a relaxing atmosphere in my bedroom! I tend to be very wound up at night and full of energy. Sometimes, I work out later in the evening and that definitely doesn’t help. I tend to naturally be a night owl, so getting to bed early is always a struggle for me.

Finally, I have a good way to help myself calm down and get into the right state of mind at night. I have to be up early for work and I can finally wake up feeling fresh and ready, instead of feeling like all I want to do is close my eyes and sleep for a few more hours. Aromatherapy diffusers are an amazing natural way to improve your quality of sleep.


Relaxing-diffuserFor the last installment in our series on eliminating stale odors in your home, let’s put our knowledge to use. Here are a few blends you can use in your diffuser to get you started. You can mix and blend to your hearts content. Use your favorite essential oil or the oil that puts your mind at ease to make your own special blend. Experimenting with essential oils is fun and you may just come up with a winner. These blends will work well to rid your home of stale odors. You don’t have to name the blends but it’s kind of fun to do so. If you don’t name them, keep up with the ingredients you use, as well as the amounts.

Fresh and Clean Home

  • 2 drops lavender
  • 2 drops lemon
  • 2 drops rosemary

Essential Odor Eliminator

  • 2 drops grapefruit
  • 1 drop lemon
  • 1 drop eucalyptus lemon
  • 1 drop lavendar

You can use the above blends for the above reasons or you can just add essential oils to your diffuser even if your house is not funky. They will lift your spirit and make you feel good.

 

 

 


stale odorWe are continuing our discussion about stale odors in your home. I should mention these bad smells can be anywhere. Consider places like your car, office, basement – anywhere you might be. I don’t know about you, but if I don’t have to smell a bad odor, I don’t want to. Today let’s talk about a couple more essential oils that will help you eliminate stale odors in your home.

Rosemary Essential Oil

The bubonic plague, also known simply as the plague killed over 1/3 of the earth’s population at that time. It was a devastating disease and people would burn rosemary to help stop the spread of the disease. Hospitals also used it to purify the air. Well, in this day and age, you can use rosemary essential oil in your diffuser to clean up stale air in the home because it has an antiseptic and purifying effect. It also smells great.

Grapefruit Essential Oil

Just like lemon essential oil which we’ve already discussed, grapefruit essential oil works the same way. When you smell it floating around in the air in your home you’ll see why it’s one of my favorite essential oils. Grapefruit is somewhat stronger than lemon so many people use it where the odor is stronger too, like the bathroom. It’s also great to use in the shower because it is such a refreshing pick me up. Tomorrow we have one more essential oil  to discuss and then we can get into some diffuser recipes.


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