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11 Essential Oils for Stress Management & a New Gorgeous Home Just Listed

Aloha dear friends,

When you visit me you will step into a world of scents, my diffuser is aways pumping lemon or eucalyptus essential oil. I buy my oils from South Africa when I visit and I also love doTERRA oils, they have an amazing program that gives back to the community. I also carry a lavender or rose oil in my bag for a quick fix of relaxation while I am on the go.

Aromatherapy means “treatment using scents” and involves using pure essential oils, derived from plants. The essential oils are added to the bath or massaged into the skin, inhaled directly or diffused to scent an entire room. Aromatherapy is used for the relief of pain, care for the skin, alleviate tension and fatigue and invigorate the entire body. Essential oils can affect the mood, alleviate fatigue, reduce anxiety, stress and promote relaxation. When inhaled, they work on the brain and nervous system through stimulation of the olfactory nerves.

Benefits of using Aromatherapy for Stress:

  • Improve circulation
  • Aid in the treatment of dementia
  • Reduce anxiety
  • Boosting your immunity
  • Relieve pain and tension
  • Ease headaches
  • Help you get a good nights sleep

How to use Aromatherapy oils:

  • In the bath – just add a few drops
  • Inhale – You can add one drop to your hand and inhale
  • Massage – make sure it is diluted, coconut oil pairs well with essential oils
  • Vaporization – using a burner, this will bring the smell into your entire room

Cautionary Tips:

  • Always dilute essential oils to a 1% or 2.5% solution
  • Do not apply essential oils directly to the skin.
  • Always read the precautions on each bottle before using them

Here is a list of relaxing essential oils for the treatment of stress and anxiety:

Bergamot

Soothing and uplifting oil that includes good properties for the relief of tension or depression.

Chamomile

This calming oil is a popular and suitable scent for aiding insomnia.

Jasmine

As a stimulant or a sedative, it is an excellent antidepressant and aphrodisiac.

Juniper

A good treatment for fatigue it is also used to promote self-esteem.

Ylang ylang

Calming properties are also used as an aphrodisiac and good for panic attacks.

Rosemary

Use as a refreshing and stimulating scent.

Lemon

Balances emotions

Sandalwood

It is used as an antidepressant and aphrodisiac.

Vetiver

Balances the nervous system and is a good treatment for insomnia.

Lavender

Useful and popular oil used for relaxing, as an anti-depressant or a pain killer.

Basil

Light oil with uplifting properties.

Physical

Essential oils are well known for their antibacterial properties, which can aid wound healing. The oils can increase blood circulation and stimulate lymph drainage to encourage the removal of toxins.

Mental

By carefully choosing an essential oil you can increase concentration, memory and productivity. Insomnia and other sleep disorders can also be treated with oils that have sedative and relaxing properties.

Spiritual

There is a long history of essential oil use by shamans and priests who used them to raise consciousness and help connect themselves to higher spiritual planes. Today, there are many essential oils commonly used to aid meditation.

I encourage you to explore the benifits of essential oils and add them to your daily life.

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Bridging a healthy lifestyle by changing your environment,

One Life!

Satori Ebedes
Realtor (S)
satori@maunakearealty.com
www.maunakearealty.com

About the Author

Satori Ebedes

Satori Ebedes is a REALTOR Salesperson with Hawai'i Life. Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise, risking more than others think is safe, dreaming more than others think is practical and expecting more than others think is possible. Satori understands that real estate is more than just a transaction, it’s a life changing experience here in Hawaii. She takes great pride in the relationships she builds and always works persistently on clients behalf to assist them achieve their real estate goals through her exceptional and personalized service. With two decades of experience, Satori specialized in the high end luxury real estate market in South Florida, property management and vacation rentals. Satori migrated west from South Africa over 20 year ago to South Florida, through Sedona and ultimately settled down on the Big Island of Hawaii, where she fell in love with the “Aloha Spirit”. She has also travelled to over 15 countries and brings a global perspective that guides her to unite the gap in the diverse real estate market in Hawaii. On her journey she has discovered how important it is to bridge a healthy lifestyle by living in a beautiful environment. Satori is focused on luxury lifestyle properties and her motto is “One Life”. You can email me at satori@maunakearealty.com or via phone at (808) 333-2127.

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