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Relieve Stress and Anxiety with Lapis Lazuli

Relieve Stress and Anxiety with Lapis Lazuli

Living with Anxiety and Stress

Are you experiencing anxiety and stress? Is it on an occasional basis? Are you experiencing it daily? No matter which spectrum you fall in, treating the issue is a must when you notice it is starting to negatively affect your life. In such cases, Baltic Essentials Lapis Lazuli  is the perfect solution that can help. Lapis Lazuli is a type of stone that has several benefits — one of which is that it helps combat stress that an individual may experience. Many have tried the precious stone and it was proven to be one of — if not the — best natural treatment options.

How Does Lapis Lazuli Work and How do You Use It? 

We shape Lapis Lazuli in the form of a necklace so its amazing effects can easily transfer to the individual using it all day, any day. Experts  today confirm this natural miracle plays a role in reducing or eliminating stress, anxiety and ADHD for adults, teens, or kids that may suffer from it. Lapis Lazuli can aid in treating such conditions because helps stabilize one’s mental condition.

It works by balancing energy within the body by getting rid of negative energy a person may be lacking. Its healing properties may make one more relaxed despite being in a complicated environment or difficult circumstances. Lapis Lazuli is also effective for enhancing the body’s circulation and the cardiac rhythm — another reason that makes it a real solution to helps those deal with everyday stress and anxiety.

Stressful experiences or situations an individual may encounter are blocked by the energy that come from Baltic Essentials Lapis Lazuli Necklaces. Feelings of anxiety, another alarming condition, can be blocked using this stone on a regular basis. Whether you are overly frantic, alarmed, stressed, or anxious, Lapis Lazuli comes serves as a perfect solution to control those unwanted feelings before they destroy one’s mental and overall health balance.

Bonus Benefits

Asides from treating stress and anxiety problems, Lapis Lazuli works wonders in a variety of ways: 

  • Helps in relieving inflammations and physical and emotional pains
  • Effective for fighting migraine headaches.
  • Helpful for women experiencing menstrual irregularities.
  • Helps cramps and stiffness.
  • Helps reduce vertigo
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Effectively alleviates insomnia

It’s Now or Never

There is no such thing as wearing it too much either! Baltic Essentials Lapis Lazuli Bracelets or Necklaces can be worn every day with the confidence that it will remain effective for a long time. Start saying goodbye to stress and anxiety, and start saying hello to a more well-balanced life where — though it may seem so long ago — you are in better control of your mind again . Wouldn’t that be great? 

Take a Deep Breath & Save 25%

Take a Deep Breath & Save 25%

Question: What’s more important than breathing?  Answer: You’re kidding, of course!

And our breath should be free, no restrictions, no limits. Now melt away tensions, stress, and anxieties. Help create peace and freedom for yourself, for your family at home, for everybody in the car, for you and your friends and co-workers.

Everyone knows essential oils profoundly impact body and mind. Examples? One aroma puts you on high alert—“I smell smoke!” Another aroma transports you back to the security and comfort of your childhood home—baking cookies, maybe? The sense of smell is hardwired deep into every brain.
So, use aromas to produce the freedom and peace that you want. And, save money with Amrita’s 25% off sale on 30 anxiety-dispelling products through November 9th.

Share Your World – 2015 Week #10


Share Your World – 2015 Week #10

When you lose electricity in a storm, do you light the candles or turn on the flashlight? How many of each do you own?

Both. We have 3 or 4 flashlights and a battery operated light bulb switch on our bed room wall. We usually light the light bulb so we can see how to light some of the 100’s of tea lights I keep on hand.

Tea Light Candles

You are given $5,000 and the chance to exchange it for one of two envelopes. One envelope contains $50,000 and one contains $500. Do you make the trade? Why or why not?

I would keep the $5,000. I would love to have the $50,000 because we are in need of a new car. $5,000 would make a nice down payment, but $500 would only be a drop in the bucket. I wouldn’t chance it.


What’s your first memory?

When I had my tonsils removed at age 4, I remember getting to eat lots of ice cream.

What do you do if you can’t sleep at night? Do you count sheep, toss and turn, or get up and try to do something?

I make up stories in my head that I might want to put to paper the next day. I usually don’t get far before falling asleep, but I do take a sleeping pill. Otherwise, I would have anxiety attacks, toss and turn, get up and down, and worry all night long.

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I am grateful that my youngest daughter, and grandson, came to visit for the weekend. It was gorgeous weather here in NE AL and my daughter helped me clean the yard up a bit and we planted some cold-weather seeds; wild strawberries, watercress, Echinacea, and bergamot. She helped me clean my kitchen and get caught up on my washing. I am most grateful for her and the time I spent playing outside with my grandson.

This week I’m looking forward to spending some time with my granddaughters. Two of them have birthdays; March 12th and March 16th.

Short Story on Wattpad


I have posted one of my short stories on Wattpad. Please read it and give me some feedback. The short story is titled, ‘Anxiety’. It is a general fiction story, leaning heavily toward women’s fiction.


A is For Appetite, Anxiety, and Asthma

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A – to – Z April Blogging Challenge

Common Ailments: Appetite, Anxiety, and Asthma

In aromatherapy, alternative health providers, work with essential oils, and their various properties, to help a patient heal. For instance, to encourage the appetite and prevent anemia or anorexia nervosas, one might suggest nutmeg essential oil.

Nutmeg, (Myristica fragans), is an evergreen tree grown in Grenada, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka. The essential oil is steam distilled from the dried kernel, (nut). Nutmeg essential oil is clear with a hint of yellow. It has a spicy warm aroma.

First mentioned in Europe in the fifth century, nutmeg was traded by the Arabs and was important during the Middle Ages for various medicinal purposes.

The properties of Nutmeg Essential Oil are that it is digestive, a stimulant, and a tonic.

As stated above, Nutmeg Essential Oil helps encourage the appetite. Try the following recipe:

Add the following Essential Oils to 1/4 ounce Carrier Oil, (I prefer Jojoba Oil):
6 drops Nutmeg
5 drops Orange
4 drops Cardamon
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed. Place 3 to 5 drops of this blend to water in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner. Use this blend in the dining area, for several days, or until the person’s appetite returns to normal.

For help with anxiety, try this recipe:

Add the following Essential Oils to 1/4 ounce Carrier Oil:
6 drops Nutmeg
5 drops Bergamot
4 drops Ylang-Ylang
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed. This blend can be used, (3 to 5 drops), added to water in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner. It can also be used in the bath, (8 to 10 drops), and/or worn as a body perfume.

Frankincense Essential Oil is very beneficial for those suffering with asthma. It helps to slow down and deepen breathing. Try this recipe:

Add the following Essential Oils to 1/4 ounce Carrier Oil:
8 drops Frankincense
4 drops Benzoin
3 drops Lavender
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed. This blend can be used, (3 to 5 drops), added to water in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner. It can also be used in the bath, (8 to 10 drops), and/or use as a chest and upper back massage.

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Daily Prompt: Mr. Sandman – NaBloPoMo – BlogHer

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Daily Prompt: Mr. Sandman
by Krista on March 23, 2014

What kind of sleeper are you? Do you drop off like a stone and awaken refreshed, or do you need pitch black and silence to drift off to dream?


After years of dropping off to sleep like a stone and awakening refreshed and ready to go, I became an insomniac. My bed became a place to toss and twist, rather than a place for relaxation and sleep. I had to go on sleeping pills for awhile, until I self-taught myself some relaxation techniques.

The relaxation techniques worked for awhile, then something changed to cause me to fall asleep well, but then I would wake up, after a short while, and be unable to go back to sleep for hours, only to repeat the process over and over again. Before long, I would be working, driving, or some other activity, and fall sound asleep.

I was diagnosed with narcolepsy and sleep apnea. Along with a C-Pap machine and a different pill to help me sleep, I was given another prescription drug to help me stay awake during the day. What kind of life is that? A pill to put you to sleep and another pill to help you stay awake?

The insomnia, eventually came back and took over my life. I was sleeping, maybe thirty-minutes at a time throughout the night, and being awake for hours, before being so exhausted I would fall asleep again for thirty minutes……

The weight began to pile on, as I was eating when I woke up, thinking that might help me get back to sleep. It was a vicious cycle, that no doubt was the beginning of diabetes or what brought on the diabetes. Once my blood sugar levels were brought back under control, the sleep issue seemed to work itself out.

However, the past couple of weeks, I have started waking up during the night again. I pray this is not another episode coming upon me. Maybe, my C-Pap just needs revamping, or it could be my meds need revamping. All I know is, I don’t want to go through another period of anxiety, depression, exhaustion, fatigue, more fibromyalgia pain, etc…

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Daily Prompt: A Source of Anxiety

Daily Prompt: A Source of Anxiety
by Cheri Lucas Rowlands on December 9, 2013

Write about a noise — or even a silence — that won’t go away. (We’ll let you interpret this in different ways…)


A Death That Was Not Silent
by Debra Beam Mauldin

For Dana, death was not silent. Death was a gun shot that had rung in her ears for more than forty years. Death was the sound of her mom screaming, over and over, again and again. Death was the sound of ambulance sirens and her mom screaming every time she heard one for years after. No, death was not silent.
Silence was what Dana craved. Total silence and the medications that would still all sounds in her mind. Medications that would leave her in silent bliss; no thoughts, no sounds.
Death brought a heartache that was too great for a thirteen-year-old to handle. Death brought posttraumatic stress disorder that was left untreated. No one had time for or noticed the teenage girl with symptoms of anxiety, depression, and PTSD.
Dana grew up to be a workaholic, to keep her mind too busy to think or hear the sounds. Twenty years later, the weight broke the woman she had become. So, started the cycle of medications, therapy, and visits to a psychiatrist. Instead of getting better, things got worse. Nearly another twenty years later, Dana had given up hope. So, began the suicide attempts; three attempts within five years, but Dana had a good support system now, who knew the signs and managed to catch her in time.
Today, Dana lives. She is still on medications for anxiety, depression, and PTSD; a cocktail of pills that seem to be working. She still talks with a therapist and visits a psychiatrist, but she lives.
There are days when the pain still slices as deep as the day it happened. Dana has learned to let it out on those days instead of stifling it and pushing it away.
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