Aromatherapy for Stress Management

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Aromatherapy for Stress Management uses clear explanations and color pictures to teach you how to use aromatherapy oils such as lavender essential oil, ylang ylang essential oil and clary sage essential oil on your body, in your bathroom, bedroom and car to help you relax and feel less stressed.

Topics discussed in  Aromatherapy for Stress Management  include:
What is Aromatherapy?
What are Essential Oils?
How do Essential Oils Work?
What are the Cautionary Measures When Using Essential Oils?
What are Carrier Oils?
Sweet Almond Oil
Olive Oil
Sunflower Oil
Which Essential Oils Are Used in Stress Management?
Lavender Essential Oil
Ylang ylang Essential Oil
Clary Sage Essential Oil
How Do You Blend Essential Oils?
How Do You Use Essential Oils to Manage Stress?
Numerous Essential Oil Recipes for Managing Stress

Aromatherapy has been used by mankind for many centuries. The book of Exodus in the Bible records the instructions that God gave to Moses telling him to prepare a holy anointing oil by mixing liquid myrrh, sweet-smelling cinnamon, sweet-smelling cane, cassia and olive oil. (Exodus 30:22-25)


The characteristics of essential oils include:
1. Essential oils are essences extracted from plant material. For example lavender essential oil is extracted from the flowering tops of the lavender plant. Rose essential oil is extracted from the rose flower, eucalyptus from the leaves, ginger from the roots, sandalwood from wood, orange from the fruit, celery from the seeds, cinammon from the bark, frankincense from the gum.

Note that, different essential oils can be produced from the same plant. For example the bitter orange plant Citrus aurantiumn produces orange essential oil from its fruit rind, neroli essential oil from its flowers and petitgrain essential oil from its leaves.

1. Do not use it in pregnancy especially the first 3 months.
2. Do not use it if you are breastfeeding.
3. Do not use it on young children as it may cause breast development in boys (gynaecomastia) and girls (pre-pubescent breast development).
4. Avoid it if you have low blood pressure as you may feel drowsy after using it.
5. Do not use it alone for more than 2-3 months as it may lead to sensitization.
6. Do not confuse essential oils with fragrance oils as the latter are not the natural essences.


The following are numerous ways to use essential oils to manage stress. 
1. Bath Gel. Add 50 drops (2.5 ml or  ½ teaspoons) of lavender essential oil to one cup (8oz or 250 ml) of unscented bath gel or liquid soap to create a relaxing bath gel for bathing or showering.

2. Body Scrub. Scrub the stress away by adding  50 drops (2.5 ml or  ½ teaspoons)  of lavender essential oil to one cup (8 oz or 250 ml) of sweet almond oil or sunflower oil or any other carrier oil. Then mix it with ½ cup of Epsom salts or brown sugar or white sugar. Rub if all over your body to remove the dead skin cells then rinse it off to reveal baby soft skin.

3. Body Splash. Add  50 drops (2.5 ml or  ½ teaspoons)  of lavender essential oil to one cup (8 oz or 250 ml) of distilled water in a spray bottle and use it to spray your body whenever you need to refresh and relax. 

4. Hair Rinse. Add  50 drops (2.5 ml or  ½ teaspoons)  of lavender essential oil to 2 teaspoons (10 ml) of vinegar and then add this mixture to 1 cup (8 oz or 250 ml) of warm water and use it as your final rinse after shampooing your hair.  

5. Potpourri. Dry your favorite flowers or collect or buy dried roses, lavender buds, cinnamon sticks and leaves. Add 250 drops (12.5ml or 2½ teaspoons) of lavender essential oil to one cup of dried flowers. Mix thoroughly and put the mixture in a lid with a tight jar. Let it stand for 1 week as you continue to shake the bottle without opening it. 

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