Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: October 5, 2013

Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: October 5, 2013 is Clary Sage Essential Oil Recipes for Nervous Disorders.
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Debility is a broad medical term used to describe someone who is in a state of weakness and often refers to a loss of ability. When in a state of debility, everything seems an effort and what you used to enjoy doing now seems to take too much energy.
The body is weakened and with it so is the immune system, leaving you vulnerable to a number of illnesses and infections that you would, under normal circumstances, fight off fairly easily.
While debility is most commonly associated with recovery from physical illness or injury, it also affects those suffering from cognitive or emotional problems such as severe depression or stress.
Whatever the cause, being in a state of debility usually leaves the person feeling easily fatigued or exhausted, physically weak and experiencing burn out.

Relieve Debility Recipe
Blend together:
1 Ounce Carrier Oil of your choice.
15 drops Clary Sage Essential Oil
15 drops Jasmine Essential Oil
15 drops Marjoram Essential Oil
Shake well before each use.

Treatment is by Aroma Lamp. Place 3 to 5 drops of blend into an aroma lamp dish full of water. Use these throughout the home.
Bath: Place 10 to 15 drops of blend into a warm bath. Soak 15 to 20 minutes.
Massage: Place 15 to 18 drops of blend into the palm of the hand, start with downward strokes from the neck to the shoulders and upper back area. Other areas of tension may include the lower back, legs, and feet.
This blend can be used daily until symptoms disappear.

Check Back Tomorrow for more on Clary Sage Recipes for Muscular Disorders.

Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist
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Resource: Aromatherapy Blends & Recipes by Franzesca Watson

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