If you are travelling this season, here are some suggestions of essential oils to incorporate with your sight seeing.
Worwood recommends starting the day out with one drop of each – peppermint & eucalyptus in a bath or tsp of carrier oil which is then well massaged into the torso and upper body. If using in a bath, blend the essential oils with bath salts or a cup of milk – which helps the essential oils emulsify into the water and not simply sit on top of the bath water.
In the evening she recommends the same methods of application and concentration level, but instead with lavender & geranium.
I suggest if you are a guy, to switch out the geranium for a tree essential oil – e.g. pine, black spruce, sandalwood.
I also think simply inhaling each set of oils throughout the morning then later in the day while also be of help.
You may also try blending each set of oils in a 5 ml roll-on applicator, which you then carry with you throughout your days and apply as needed. (FYI – you can pick-up a glass roll-on applicator from us at the Market on Saturdays).
Here is the reference of the aromatherapist I borrowed this info from: Valerie Ann Worwood •1991 • The Complete Book of Essential Oils & Aromatherapy
Each of these essential oils are available through LJ Turtle Aromatherapy. Click here for sizes & price list.
Properties & Uses:
*Peppermint: Revivifying • Cephalic • Tonic • Nervine • Headache • Migraine • Mental Fatigue • Nervous Stress
*Eucalyptus Globulus: Stimulant • Headache • Nervous Exhaustion
Geranium: Nervous Tension
Lavender: Tonic • Nervine • Sedative • Headache • Migraine • Insomnia • Nervous Tension
Pine: Fatigue • Nervous Exhaustion • Restorative
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Keep out of reach of children. For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes and mucus membranes. Consult a healthcare practitioner if you are pregnant, lactating or have medical conditions.
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