4 Ways To Boost Your Mood With Aromatherapy

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Aromatherapy

Get an instant pick me up by spraying on your own custom blended aromatherapy body mist.

Brigitte Mars, who’s a U.S. herbalist, nutritionist, and author of Beauty by Nature specializing in herbalism and natural lifestyle choices, explains that gently inhaling certain scents can lift your spirits, re-energize your body, help you sleep faster and even calm down hot flashes.

The best part is that you can use aromatherapy anytime, and anywhere.

So relax, spray a little mist and let the feel good effects perk you right up in just five seconds flat!

DIY Aromatherapy Spritzer

Begin with this recipe first and choose the benefit you want, then add the recommend essential oils. Keep your aromatherapy mist handy in your purse for ladies or satchel for men or keep an extra pocket-sized bottle on your desk, so it’s always within reach when needed.

Recipe:
– 8 ounces of water
– 1 teaspoon of Hazel
– 1 spray or mist bottle

Direction:

Add the water and the Hazel to a small spray bottle and then the recommended essential oil. Shake well before misting on your neck, wrist or anywhere else you choose.

Here are 4 different essential oils to choose from – Have Fun!

Refresh and Rejuvenate with Rosemary-Lemon Mist!

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Spritz on this invigorating mist for a quick pick me up!

Bright lemon and spicy ginger are known for their ability to rev up your energy making it perfect for those mornings when you just can’t seem to get going. Rosemary is unsurpassed for its ability to keep your mind sharp; it even improves your memory.

Add the following to the recipe at the start of the article, shake, and spray:

– 12 drops of rosemary essential oil
– 10 drops of lemon essential oil
– 8 drops of ginger essential or

Sleep Like a Baby with Lavender-Chamomile Mist!

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If you feel anxious or restless at bedtime, try this soothing floral mix. Lavender and chamomile have long been used in aromatherapy as sleep aids, for good reasons as they calm your mind and help you let go of your worries and to-do lists so that you can drift off to sleep easily.

Add the following to the recipe at the start of the article, shake, and spray:

– 15 drops of lavender essential oil
– 15 drops of chamomile essential oil

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Boost Your Joy with Creamsicle Mist.

A few sprays of this “happy” mist will instantly bring a smile on your face! The scent of orange is proven to nix anxiety in the bud while the sweet aroma of vanilla is known to lift your mood and soothe away any nervousness or stress.

Add the following to the recipe at the start of the article, shake, and spray:

– 16 drops of vanilla essential oil
– 14 drops of orange essential oil

Please note that when using citrus essential oils, you may experience a temporary skin photosensitivity, so smooth on some extra sunscreen if you are outside.

Cool Hot Flashes with Peppermint-Sage Mist!

Aromatherapy - peppermint and sageSo many women suffer from hot flashes, but you don’t have to anymore. Peppermint is known as a natural remedy that delivers an immediate cooling effect, and Sage is known to ease the symptoms of menopause.

Add the following to the recipe at the start of the article, shake, and spray:

– 15 drops of peppermint essential oil
– 15 drops of sage.

Hot Tip: keep your mist chilled in a fridge. This will help you cool down even faster.

Benefits:

Aromatherapy with essential oils not only will help boost your mood but also improve your health and performance.

Also, essential oils have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties that make them the perfect companion to use in environments where there are a lot of people such as offices, malls, airports, etc.,

furthermore, Inhaling essential oils activate the hypothalamus, “the area of your brain that sends messages to other parts of your body. “, so give this natural brain booster a spray the next time you’re feeling low on energy, physically or mentally.

In essence, essential oils are very powerful “No pun intended” and they can to truly impact your feelings, well-being, and overall health.

As always, before delving into anything new, use good judgment and do your homework, then make a decision.

Wishing a safe and healthy day!
Zane

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P.P.S. have you used essential oils before? If so what kind and how do you usually use this natural and awesome gift from mother nature.