doTERRA & Emotional Aromatherapy

Emotional Aromatherapy. What is it?

Using essential oils for emotional support has become almost a natural instinct to me. I know what oil to use when feeling I am feeling different emotions. I diffuse and apply essential oils topically every day. As well as giving emotional support essential oils have helped reduce my toxic load because I no longer wear commercial perfume - I wear essential oils instead. Below is a little bit of an explanation on Emotional Aromatherapy. 

Emotions are the results of complex psychological and sensory stimuli including smell. Fragrances associated with positive or negative experiences can last in our memories and alter our emotions for a lifetime. Aromatherapy is the use of fragrances to manage emotions and enhance feelings of well-being. Modern scientific study of the influence of aromatherapy on emotion is confirming what people of the world have known for centuries: the delicate and complex aromatic compounds of pure essential oils can be used effectively to help balance emotions and brighten mood.

The dōTERRA Emotional Aromatherapy™ System contains six unique essential oil blends that have been carefully formulated to provide targeted emotional health benefits. Each delicate blend contains pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils that can be used aromatically or topically to help balance and brighten your changing moods. Just a few drops of these naturally complex, fragrant blends can elicit profound emotional responses to help you let go of burdens that have weighed you down too long, find comfort and encouragement in times of sadness and grief, or motivate and inspire you to dream with passion again. dōTERRA makes aromatherapy simple and profound with these six new aromatherapy essential oil blends.

Below you can find a short description of doTERRA's Emotional Aromatherapy essential oils. The Emotional Aromatherapy wheel can also help guide you in knowing what oil to use when feeling certain emotions.

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