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Grieving? These 4 Essential Oils will Help

When we experience the death of a loved one, it can be challenging to cope.

We may feel sad, angry, or overwhelmed.

It is natural to feel these emotions, and it is important to give ourselves time to process them.

During this challenging time, essential oils can help uplift your spirits and give you a clear mind.

What is an essential oil?

Essential oil is a concentrated, volatile liquid derived from plants.

It contains the plant's essence and many therapeutic compounds such as terpenes, phenols, esters, alcohols, and ketones.

essential oils are safe to use

Essential oils have been used for centuries for their healing properties.

One way essential oil can be used is for those in debilitating grief, trauma or sadness.

Check out today's episode of Just Daily Spirit Podcast '4 Old Essential Oils that help with Grief'

How to use essential oil?

There are many ways to use essential oils for emotional healing.

You can inhale them directly, diffuse them in the air with a diffuser, apply them topically on your skin, or add a few drops of oil to your bathwater.

Always check on the essential oil bottle for best use. Ultimately, essential oils are safe to use at home.

Now let's look further into what essential oils are perfect at addressing grief:

1. Bergamot.

This essential oil has been used for centuries to help people feel uplifted and energetic.

It can help reduce stress and anxiety while providing an overall calming effect.

you will be able to stay focused

When you are grieving your body is under stress to come to terms with the sadness and bergamot has the ability to allow the mind to relax from the stress and give it space to process.

When you use this essential oil you will be able to stay focused if you are needed to return to work or care for young children.

2. Rosemary.

This essential oil has been used for centuries to help people focus on the present moment and break away from negative thoughts or worries about the future.

this will help allow you to eat

It can help clear mental blocks that prevent us from processing our emotions effectively, allowing us to find peace during this difficult time.

Rosemary can also help stimulate a slight appetite so for those who are depressed and can't seem to nourish themselves, this will help allow you to eat and maintain good energy levels for doing so.

3. Lavender.

This popular essential oil is known for its soothing properties, which makes it great for those who are feeling overwhelmed or anxious due to a loss.

encourages a good night’s sleep

Diffusing lavender can put a smile on your face or allow positive and uplifting memories to flood your mind.

It is also known to help with sleep and insomnia, which can be common when grieving.

Using lavender essential oil helps reduce restlessness and encourages a good night’s sleep.

4. Frankincense.

This essential oil has been used for centuries to calm the mind and body and to promote peace.

This essential oil can communicate directly with the root chakra and cause a grounding like sensation to the soul system.

process emotions more effectively

Frankincense helps us adjust more positively to our new reality when a loved one passes away, by allowing us to release bottled-up emotions from within.

These emotions can cripple us such as guilt, shame and overwhelm.

It can also be used as an aromatherapy tool by placing a few drops of this oil into a diffuser.

When you breathe in the aroma, it has a calming effect, allowing your body to relax and allowing you to process emotions more effectively.

In conclusion:

Grieving can be a difficult time, but these four essential oils can provide comfort and support during this period of healing.

Whether you inhale them directly or diffuse them in the air with a diffuser, Bergamot, Rosemary, Lavender and Frankincense have calming properties to help uplift your spirits and give you a clear psyche.

Comment your favourite essential oil that boost your spirit down below.

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