If you are looking for some good respiratory support, this awesome blend is for you. Because these oils have sedating effects, use this oil during the nighttime or when rest is desired. Happy oiling!
These are the three things your oils hate.
So keep them in a cool, dark place. If you can, put them inside your ref but make sure to put the bottles in sealed containers like the microwaveable ones, so that their aroma, if ever it leaks, would not mix with other contents of your ref.
Oxygen – always keep your bottle closed. If you have big bottles that are halfway full, best to transfer them to small ones so that there is little space inside the bottle for oxygen molecules to occupy.
There are times when you feel that your head is going to burst because of the tension that you may be feeling from your scalp down to your nape. When this happens, whip up the following blend in an inhaler or a roller bottle blends/massage oil.
For inhalers, you can breathe in deeply as needed. For roller bottle blends/massage oils, massage on temples, scalp, and nape.
Frankincense and Lavender are good analgesics while Rosemary ct 1,8 cineole and Ravintsara are good for opening up passages and clearing your head.
Linalool. Linalyl acetate. D-limonene. These are the chemical compounds found in most oils like Lavender, Clary Sage, Lemon, etcetera.
In its strictest sense, saying that we are chemical-free when using oils is inaccurate because oils are actually made up of chemical compounds belonging to different chemical families: monoterpenes, sesquiterpines, phenols, aldehydes, ketones. These chemical families have different characteristics and safety considerations.
When using oils such as clove and nutmeg, tuck them in other skin nourishing oils such as lavender, tea tree, frankincense.
Of course, the probability of skin sensitization is just a probability. Some would argue that they use these oils neat all the time.