- Bergamot ~ eases depression, stress, anxiety
- Frankincense ~ used to aid in treating depression
- Lemon Balm ~ Eases depression, releases emotions of the heart.
- Neroli ~ Naturally calming. Hypertension, anxiety, hysteria, insomnia, and some skin conditions.
- Vetiver ~…
This is the most authentic post on essential oils that I have seen. As a certified aromatherapist, I would most definitely recommend these as they are listed. Though the caution is already covered, I add emphasis that you test a diluted amount (10-20 drops to 1 cup/8oz of water/carrier is the preferred ratio) on your skin to reduce the risk of negative reaction. Also, keep in mind not only physical sensitivities to these plants, but also mental and emotional ones as well. For example: people with bad religious experiences (namely Catholicism or denominations of Christianity) cannot handle Frankincense; people who have trouble with the thought of aging or death often gag at the smell of Rose scents, so Geranium may be a bad choice; Vetiver and Valerian both have an “in the earth” sort of feeling about them and may not be the best choice for someone who is claustrophobic or cannot handle sitting still for long periods of time. Play around with the plants, pick and choose what fits you best, do lots of research, be gentle, and trust your gut.
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