It is all very well to say that essential oils is the ultimate corporate wellness tool. It will change my life and and help me with stress and exhaustion.
But how do I actually use them?
The idea here is to introduce you to the various ways that essential oils can be used. While most people are familiar with essential oils, many are a little bit unsure about how to actually use them.
Inhalers, roll ons and diffusers provided can all be re-used with different blends as set out below.
Some key products are:
Diffusion blend – this blend can be used with a diffuser. It is important to know that while most people associate diffusers with aroma and relaxation, they can also be used as an air purifier for example where there has been cold or flu or other illness in the home or where someone in the home suffers from allergies. They are also particularly good for adding moisture to the air where for example there is a lot of heat or air conditioning and as such can be great for people who suffer from dry, irritated skin.
Roll on blend – this blend can be tailored to the requirements of the participant. Again it is good to know that while most people tend associate roll on blends with perfume, or to deal with stress, anxiety or exhaustion or as a mood enhancer, a roll on blend can also be extremely beneficial for a person who suffers from joint pain as it offers pressurised, localised on the spot application of the essential oil blend to the area of pain. The compact nature of the roll on also makes it particularly useful to bring with you when travelling or for on the spot relief when engaging in a sport, activity or yoga class.
Inhaler blend – again, inhalers are particularly associated with stress or anxiety relief. However inhalers are also a great and compact way to deal with congestion and sinus relief, easy to take anywhere and non invasive.
Body butters or oils – the butters and oils provided have been particularly tailored to the participant’s requirements, whether it is a relaxing blend to promote sleep, or to deal with a specific type of joint or muscle pain. The butters and oils themselves have also been chosen as they themselves have certain specific helpful properties. For example Kombo butter comes from the seeds of the African nutmeg tree and is known for soothing dry and irritated skin and to alleviate joint and muscle pain. Cocoa butter’s rich, creamy consistency makes it one of the best butters for skin preparations.