How can we use essential oils to HELP with Emotions?
Many Citrus Oils such as Lemon, Wild Orange, Bergamot and Citrus Bliss Invigoration Blend can literally LIFT mood just by taking off the cap and inhaling out of the bottle. Grounding/Calming oils such as Lavender, Cedar Wood, Vetiver and Balance Grounding Blend can literally create feelings of calm and reduce anxious feelings and stress.
I like to put a drop in my hands, rub together and take 5 deep breaths.
Saying positive affirmations such as, "I love, approve and accept myself just the way I am, I AM SAFE", can also add to the benefits.
Beyond emotional benefits, diffusing essential oils can purify air of unwanted odors and some airborne pathogens. Essential oils can also be used as cleansing and purifying additives to laundry and surface cleaners throughout the home.
Join Us for an Upcoming Class to Learn More about Emotions & Eos
If you live in Las Vegas, JOIN US on October 26th at 6:30 pm (space is limited) to learn how essential oils can help balance emotions, help with stress/anxious feelings and more. We will also be making aromatherapy BATH BOMBS. Cost is $5 for supplies RSVP HERE
If you can't make the class, below is the recipe for your very own DIY bath bombs! Info below from www.doterra.com:
Creating a spa like environment in your home can easily be done using simple household ingredients and essential oils. Bath bombs are a fun way to add excitement to your senses while enjoying the benefits of essential oils. They are also entertaining to use and are loved by both kids and adults alike.
Note: If you don't have a bathtub, these bath bombs can still be effective in a shower. The water will help dissolve the bath bomb and release the aroma of the essential oils into the steam.
1 cup citric acid
1 cup baking soda
½ cup cornstarch
½ cup doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil
8–10 drops favorite essential oil
Note: Citric acid can be found at most major supermarkets in the canning section.
Tip: You could also use almond oil or olive oil in the place of doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil.
- In bowl, place citric acid, baking soda, cornstarch, and oil.
- Add eight to 10 drops of the essential oil or blend of choice.
- Mix well with spoon until soft dough is formed. It should have the consistency of damp sand.
Note: If the mixture is too wet, try adding a little more baking soda and cornstarch until consistency is correct.
- At this point, you may add food coloring, dried herbs, or flower petals to mixture.
- Place mixture in silicone molds. Let sit 24 hours before removing from mold.
- To use, drop in tub or shower and allow to dissolve.
Bath bombs are excellent gifts for both adults and children. When making for kids, try adding some color to the mixture. Not only will they love that the water changes colors, but will also love the fizz from the bath bomb.
Be well my friends and I hope to see you soon,