This week I find myself using 3 essential oils I can’t get enough of. Two of them are not my “normal” oils either. They are…gasp, florals!
If you know me well, you know that I don’t enjoy floral scents very much. They simply aren’t my cup of tea. No big deal. We all have scents we don’t enjoy.
So imagine how surprised I was when I found myself instinctively going for the bottle of Joy. I think it may be because we have entered gray December
(Have you been to Ohio in December? It is not pretty. It is not yet cold enough to snow, but we do have plenty of rain, fog, and feature the awesome colors gray and brown. And there is mud.)
How I Am Using These Oils
I have been using Joy on my feet* and I have to say it helps! Alot! Joy has Rose oils in it, and Rose has one of the highest frequencies of all the oils. This isn’t woo – we are all made of energy and natural substances can have an effect on ours.
*I apply a drop or 2 on the bottom of my feet a couple times a day because I don’t care to smell like a rose garden and it still works just as well – I do that for any oil I don’t want to smell – that’s a free tip for ya!
The second oil I have been drawn to this week is White Angelica. I have always heard that White Angelica is good for dispelling negative energy and helping you to not absorb so much negative energy from others. Are you surrounded by negative, whiney co-workers? Or how about when you are out shopping? Everyone gives off energy and if you are an introvert or an empath then you know what it feels like to be bombarded by it all. We are sensitive to what other people give out.
Try White Angelica sometime – a drop on the top of the head and the shoulders. It is like a shield. A personal emotional force-field. I have been diffusing it too.
I think we could all use a personal force-field this time of year.
And third – actually one of my favorite “use it more in winter” oils is Bergamot. I actually LOVE the citrusy-tea-like fragrance of Bergamot. It is a super uplifting oil for me, is good for female hormone support and it blends well with many many other oils. I love to diffuse this one and often combine it with Frankincense or other citrus oils.
Bergamot is hard to get ahold of lately, so I am saving it from when I feel I need it most. Hopefully it comes back in stock very soon so you can experience it too!
I suspect that I am drawn to Joy and White Angelica because they BOTH contain Bergamot and that is what I’m really needing right now.
I hope these 3 essential oils add some cheer and brightness to the gray season for you! If this post was helpful for you, could you share it with someone who may also need the info? Thank you so much!
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Here is a frequency chart with some of the most popular oils.