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Aromatherapy is a very ancient and ancient wisdom that balances us with the spirit and essence of plants... Our soul needs proper nourishment, movement and serenity as well as our body. Aromatherapy essential oils are our biggest ally when doing our Yoga practices, working in the office or spending quality time at home. Smells and parts that smells stimulate in our brains can carry us to where we need to be spiritually, like beautiful music or a summer breeze.

This time, I want to talk about oils that give us calmness and calmness, reduce our anxiety and anxiety... First, like everything else in the universe, there are frequencies of all essential oils that have real therapeutic effect. We use these frequencies by sniffing these essential oils to balance our body vibration, or by mixing them with fixed oils and rubbing them into our skin. 

In this period, when we are ravaged by the pandemic process and our freedoms are restricted in our homes, being unable to be grounded, staying in narrow spaces or constantly in the same areas unfortunately disrupts the balance of our body vibration. At the moment when we experience States of anxiety, fear, anxiety and anxiety, we have completely natural helpers. Well, what are they? Here are some of our essential oils that we can use in our daily lives and will comfort us... 

Read:You can balance your chakras with aromatherapy

Lavender is a plant that also grows in our country, with different species. Even the sight of purple blossoms in the fields is enough to comfort us. We have been using essential oil for a very long time in many areas, from calming down, relaxing, getting away from stress, facilitating our sleep to removing acne. Lavender, in particular, Lavandula Angustifolia species with its balancing, stress relief, antiviral and antibacterial effects, we can evaluate in many areas. Especially before going to bed, only 1 drop of organic lavender essential oil that we will drip on our pillow regulates our bioritmim and facilitates our transition to sleep. But the more we drop so that we can sleep easily, it also has the power to stimulate our body in the opposite direction. Always saying 'few are many', we need to be careful to use whatever essential oil we use, aware of the power that comes from the essence of plants. 2 drops for 10 m2 Censer, jojoba, sweet almond, shea butter, such as constant oils mixed with body moisturizer to spread the feeling of calm to our home or our entire body can also use. 

Vetiver is a root plant that grows mainly in Haiti, Sri Lanka and India. It is difficult to obtain and is an essential oil that we can see in the basic notes of many important perfumes. Because its roots are very strong, it is also widely used as an erosion inhibitor. Essential oils from this plant have an anti-inflammatory and antifungal effect in our body. Vetiver essential oil affects our nervous system, spiritual/emotional attitudes and November muscle system. Because it is not a very fluid oil, it is an oil that we usually use by diluting it with a second essential oil. For this reason, it is the most common method to mix lavender, especially for calming our nervous system. The mixture with myrrh, patchouli, grapefruit, lemon, bergamot and ylang ylang is also used. We can use it in our censers, sniffing boxes, massage oils to soothe our nervous system and facilitate our sleep, and easily mix it with these essential oils. 

The origin is usually Indonesia, India, China and Brazil. It is a plant with dark Yesil leaves, and the essential oil obtained from this plant is effective as antidepressant, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial. Patchouli is an essential oil that moves and balances us from a state of anxiety to calmness and peace. We also use it for our heart chakra. It also helps us root when we use it with oils like cedar and ginger. Rooting serves to replace fear and anxiety with trust and calm. It's one of the smells that will be the crown of our house. It roots us, relaxes us, balances us energetically. It can be used with citrus fruits, especially bergamot, daily and lavender essential oil.

It is native to North Africa, Oman, Somalia and India. In fact, it's a resin that we all know very well. It is also a product that we use very often in our homes as incense. It Ethics our daily pineal gland, which is also the oil of our peak Chakra. Calms the intensely thinking mind. It helps us streamline our brain functions with smell. In this way, it both facilitates our transition to sleep and keeps us away from the vibrations of delusion, anxiety and anxiety. Because it affects our respiratory system, we balance our body and soul with comfortable breathing, a healthy intake of oxygen. Daily essential oil is accompanied by myrrh, rose, tangerine and lavender very harmoniously. 

Citrus is one of the most beloved oils in the perfume industry. Its smell is an essential oil that gives us refreshment. It is derived from the bark of the plant. It is an essential oil that, like all citrus fruits, is good for depression and stress. It increases our motivation and life energy. It's even added to the tea to taste. It's bergamot that gives the taste of the famous Earl Grey tea. Sniffing Bergamot, using it in our Censer at home or in the office, puts us in a joyful fashion from sadness. As it can be used alone, it has a very befitting use with different essential oils, such as vetiver, patchouli, which we mentioned in this article. 

We can drip lavender from our essential oils on the edge of our eye patch while lying down at night, and use all other oils, especially by smelling the area where we practice our yoga practices.  


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