August 10, 2016
A hugely underrated member of the five senses, your sense of smell has a powerful effect on your brain’s many functions.
A combined study at the University of Cincinnati and Catholic University of America showed that smelling Peppermint essential oil enhanced alertness, focus, and concentration and according to a British study published in the International Journal of Neuroscience, inhaling Lavender essential oil before doing math problems helped subjects complete the problems faster and more accurately than the control group.
Here is a list of some common essential oils and how they can help:
Use in a diffuser to spread the scent through your room, classroom or office, add a few drops on a tissue or cotton ball and inhale as needed or roll onto pulse points for easy absorption.
But be sure to use Certified Organic essential oils and oil blends. The better the quality, the better your results will be!
October 06, 2021
September 15, 2021
With flu season around the corner, it’s important to start prioritizing your health and wellness and make sure you have the tools you need for a strong defense. One of our favorite essential oils for this time of year is Cypress essential oil, also known as Cupressus sempervirens.
Cypress comes from an ornamental tree and is a member of the Cupressaceae family. Native to many regions including northern America, Africa, southeastern Europe and western Asia, cypress essential oil is a widely used medicinal plant. Research has shown that cypress essential oil has antimicrobial, antiviral and antioxidant benefits making it a great essential oil for overall wellness. Here are some of the ways cypress essential oil can support your wellness daily:
August 30, 2021
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