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List of Emotions and What Kind of Essential Oils to Use to Either Enhance or Subdue Them

Emotions are part of who we are as humans. We are emotional beings. And many of our imbalances and things that make us sick are caused from emotional imbalances. In other words, our emotions can make us sick.

First things first, if you’ve never used essential oils before, read a primer I wrote on essential oils, what they are and the difference between therapeutic grade and most “on the market” essential oils called “Many Helpful Suggestions on Uses of Essential Oils” before delving into this article, it will save you lots of questions.

More and more these days, plants are finding a medicinal purpose in our lives, people like natural cures rather than subjecting themselves to harsh man-made chemicals and pills. Essential oils are natural gifts we have access to that can aid our recoveries and help to bring holistic balance and well-being into our lives. Use this list wisely, and note whenever you are feeling these emotions to add some of the corresponding essential oils into your day, you will definitely feel better!

Anger

Everyone feels anger at times in their lives, sometimes it helps to count to ten, but if you are feeling angry for an extended period of time, this can be very detrimental to your health. If you can’t get professional help, try using the following essential oils either in a diffuser in your home, work space, or carry a hankie with a few drops of one or more of the following essential oils on it: Bergamot, Jasmine, Lemon, Neroli, Orange, Patchouli, Petitgrain, Roman Chamomile, Rose, Vetiver, and Ylang Ylang.

Read the rest Here.

See also the article on Essential oils for depression here.
Natural Holistic Remedies for Anxiety, Stress and Depression ALTERNATIVES to PROZAC, VALIUM & RITALIN and Can Essential Oils Help with Depression & Anxiety? Using Aromatherapy as a Mood Regulator

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