Aromatherapy Blog – Rejuvenation II

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Rejuvenation Oil, Part II

I hibernate like a bear in the Winter. Now, Spring is coming and it’s time for rejuvenation. Today, I would like to talk about Cardamon Essential Oil. This is one of the lesser known essential oils, but fits right in with the theme of losing that Winter weight, colds & allergies, and rejuvenation.


Cardomon (Elettaria cardamomum)

Cardomon Essential Oil encourages clarity, direction, enthusiasm, and motivation. (Perfect for a bear coming out of hibernation!) It acts as a diuretic and expectorant. Cardamon Essential Oil has a fresh balsmic scent. It is a scent that stimulates awankening, creativity, and wisdom.

Add 3-4 drops to an Oil Burner for congestion relief. Use it as often as needed throughout your day.

Blend 6-8 drops to 1 ounce of your chosen carrier oil. Use 4-5 drops of this blend to gently massage the stomach to stimulate digestion and benefit from it’s diuretic properties.

Place 6-8 drops of the blend into your bath to encourage clarity, direction, enthusiasm, and motivation.

Happy Rejuvenating!

Debra Mauldin (Certified Aromatherapist)

The Fragrant Heavens by Valerie Ann Worwood
The Essential Oils Book by Colleen K. Dodt

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