Feng Shui – Dispel Nostalgia

Feng Shui – Dispel Nostalgia


As you get older and the decades accumulate behind you, try to pull yourself out of a regretful or nostalgic mood as quickly as possible. You can keep photos and memorabilia in strategic locations, but don’t let them take over everything. Your home should reflect your present reality as well as your aspirations for the future. Past, present, and future are like a second set of elements for Feng Shui….

Use Sweet Orange Essential Oil to help Dispel Nostalgia in Your Home & Yourself

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  • Farming Method Certified Organic
    Country of Origin Mexico
    Plant Part Peel
    Scientific Name Citrus sinensis

    The sweet orange is an iconic, bright, cheerful fruit that uplifts and soothes your spirit. Its citrusy, fresh, sweet scent conveys such happiness, warmth and light that you cannot help but relax when smelling its fragrance. The sweet orange evokes a beautiful summer day, when the sun is shining and the day is full of fun. Served for breakfast and used for flavoring in sweets, for centuries the orange has been a well-loved fruit by both children and adults alike. Orange Essential Oil is now used therapeutically for many emotional and physical conditions. It is one of the least expensive essential oils on the market, making it a wonderful staple for your aromatherapy collection.

    Nervous system: Seriousness, tension, nervousness, withdrawal, fear of the unknown, winter blues, insomnia.

  • Nerves, tension, uptightness, feeling withdrawn, fear of the unknown: Diffusion, Aromatic Bath.

    Insomnia: Diffusion

    Feeling down or winter blues: Diffusion

    Air clearing: Diffusion

    Safety Precautions

    Nontoxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing.

  • Traditional Lore

    The sweet orange that we know and love today arrived in Europe from China in the 16th  century with Arabian travelers and later was brought to the Americas and West Indies by Christopher Columbus. Chinese doctors used orange peels for coughs, colds and anorexia. In the rest of the world, the sweet orange wasn’t commonly used therapeutically, because it was considered rare and expensive. However, by the 17th century people had started using it medicinally. These days, Orange Essential Oil is one of the least expensive oils on the market and is used for many different emotional and physical conditions!

    Scent: Sweet, warm, sunny and citrusy.

    Blends With: Bergamot, Geranium, Lavender, Neroli, Rosewood, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang.

    Fragrance Note: Top.



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