The Best Blends of Essential Oils for Relaxation

Posted on Wed, Mar 23, 2022 by Amit Bambral

Stress, particularly chronic stress, can be harmful to your body. Everyone experiences stress at some point in their lives; it’s a natural physical and mental reaction to our life experiences. Financial problems, looming deadlines, or even day-to-day work schedules and family responsibilities may be to blame. More serious life events, such as the death of a loved one, a new health diagnosis, or a deadly viral threat, can all trigger stress hormones. This is where aromatherapy can help. Manufacturers extract scented liquids from a variety of plants to create essential oils. Aromatherapy, which uses essential oils to promote relaxation and relieve stress and anxiety, is beneficial to many people. The best types of essential oils are listed below will help you ease stressors and relax.

Orange, Lavender, and Frankincense

As with many citrus oils, oranges can be very uplifting. According to a university study, orange and citrus scents help you relax, which is especially important for this time of year.

Lavender has a soothing and relaxing aroma that may help to relieve physical and emotional stress. It has also been shown to lower blood pressure, elevated heart rates, and skin temperature, indicating a reduction in the body's stress response while providing a general relaxing effect.

Frankincense is a wonderful essential oil that many people believe can help relieve stress and improve mood. This well-known tree resin has a long history of medicinal and religious ceremonial applications.

Ylang Ylang and Roman Chamomile

Due to its harmonizing and relaxing properties, the impact of ylang-ylang may be advantageous when dealing with mood issues. This oil has been shown to lower blood pressure and heart rate, making people feel more relaxed.

The calming scent of Roman chamomile may aid in the reduction of anxiety and stress. Chamomile has long been used to aid in the promotion of relaxation.

Best Blends of Essential Oils

Bergamot, Clary Sage, and Sandalwood

Clary sage has a wonderful aroma shown in studies to have antidepressant properties.

You'll also want to slow down and take a few deep breaths when you smell the rich, woodsy scent of sandalwood. For centuries, musky aromas have been used in Ayurvedic medicine, yoga, and mindfulness to advertise feelings of connection and earthing.

Rosemary and Peppermint

When stress manifests itself physically as a tension headache, tight neck and shoulders, or a stomach ache, the combination of these oils can be especially beneficial.

Rosemary has such a fresh herbaceous aroma that energizes the mind and is especially beneficial if you're feeling down. It has been shown to help with the symptoms of anxiety and depression when used in combination with other essential oils such as lavender. It also has analgesic properties, which can alleviate physical discomfort.

Menthol, which is commonly found in peppermint essential oil, is used in pain-relieving formulations, particularly for musculoskeletal pain. You'll feel energized and ready to take on the day if you combine these essential oils.

With our high-quality organic essential oils collection, Botanic Universe can easily assist you in meeting all of your essential oil requirements.

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