Also known as French marjoram and in botanical terms as Origanum majorana. I don’t know of anyone who has disliked this aroma. It gives out a warm, spicy, herby fragrance that immediately calms and soothes.
Human touch can reduce our cortisol levels leading to lower stress levels. It can help reduce our heart rate and lower blood pressure. In fact a lack of human touch can cause a physical stress on our bodies.
Woody, earthy, pungent, warming, heating and grounding. All the words that you want to hear as the cooler days set in.
Strengthening, restoring and uplifting. A major oil for the nervous system. One powerful oil with a wide range of actions.
Who would have thought that the pot of basil in your kitchen could be so powerful when the oil is used in aromatherapy? The aroma has me salivating. I adore its properties.
I would fill every room in my home with this uplifting beautiful aroma to clear the chest and mind. I love its expansive nature. With the change of season colds are already upon us and this is my go to oil.
Lavender. The one essential oil that people will always hold some knowledge about it. Most think it is one of the safest oils but are they right?
This week I talk about sweet spicy cardamom. The aroma makes me salivate. Hints of lemon sherbet and mint. A warming strengthening oil. Useful for chronic fatigue states.