Stress Buster is a blend of calming essential oils
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Stress Buster is a blend of calming essential oils to help you relax and release physical, mental and emotional tension.
Stress Buster Aroma
Imagine a fresh floral fragrance infused with fruity citrus notes, soft rose, and warm undertones of vanilla and musk. Sweet and soothing.
Ingredients & Traditional Use
antiseptic, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, antispasmodic, decongestant, anxiolytic, sedative, soothing, analgesic, anticonvulsive and neuroprotective. Lavender oil is used to calm stress, anxiety and depression, and promote sleep.
antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal, antispasmodic, anxiolytic, nervine, relaxant, sedative, tonic. The calming and uplifting properties of mandarin oil are used to alleviate pain, anxiety, nervous tension, stress, irritability, restlessness, and insomnia, as well as promote feelings of joy and happiness.
antifungal, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-depressant, analgesic, sedative, anxiolytic. Grounding, balancing and mood harmonising, patchouli oil is used to alleviate stress, anxiety and depression, aid relaxation, and promote sleep.
antioxidant, antiseptic, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, anxiolytic, nervine. Peru Balsam is used to calm the mind, alleviate stress and anxiety, soothe emotions, calm nervous tension, and promote a tranquil environment.
rose maroc absolute
antibacterial, antifungal, anxiolytic, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressive, analgesic, and antispasmodic. Mood-boosting and comforting rose oil is used to alleviate stress, anger, fear, anxiety, nervous tension, worry, depression, insomnia, and increase confidence.
How To Diffuse Stress Buster
If you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed, sad or angry, take a moment and simply breathe in the aroma of Stress Buster essential oil directly from your essential oil bottle or use a diffuser.
There are all kinds of essential oil diffusers. However, coldwater ultrasonic diffusion is considered safe and effective.
Ultrasonic diffusers come in different sizes, and it’s best to follow the manufacturer’s directions.
As a general rule though, you can use the following;
- 100ml diffuser – use 3 to 5 drops of essential oils.
- 150ml diffuser – use 8 to10 drops.
- 500ml diffuser – requires about 15 to 20 drops.
How Long You Should Diffuse For
You don’t need to diffuse essential oils all day long. They are powerful, and you don’t want to overpower a room either.
It’s recommended that you diffuse essential oils for an hour and turn your diffuser off for an hour.
Make sure you have proper ventilation in the room too.
Stress Buster Topical Use
For every 5ml of jojoba carrier oil, add 2 drops of Stress Buster.
- Stressed, tense, anxious, irritable, or worried – apply to your hands, wrists, inner elbows, temples, forehead, and to the back of your neck.
- Sad or depressed – apply over your heart region.
- Tense muscles – apply Stress Buster to wherever you hold tension.
- Insomnia – apply to your wrists, the back of your neck, behind your ears, the top and bottom of your feet, and your inner ankles. To relax your body further, massage your feet.
To create a massage oil dilute 1-2ml of Stress Buster essential oil in 100ml of sweet almond oil. If you don’t have a liquid measure – 1ml is equivalent to 20 drops of essential oil.
If you suffer from allergies, chronic illness, you are pregnant, or you take prescribed medications that are sensitive to interactions, please check with your health practitioner before using essential oils.
Essential oils can be toxic to animals. Please check with your vet before using essential oils near your pets.
Let Go Of Stress With Gentle Deep Breathing
The opposite of stress is relaxation, and you can learn to relax your body with your breath.
When you experience a stress reaction – stop – and for 90 seconds practice gentle deep breathing.
- Close your eyes.
- Open your jaw slightly and drop your shoulders.
- Relax your hands and gently wiggle your toes.
- Gently inhale to the count of four through your nostrils.
- Gently exhale to the count of four through your nostrils.
Become aware of what’s happening in your body as you breathe deeply and gently into your belly.
Notice anywhere you’re holding tension and consciously let it go each time you exhale.
Feel the tension leave your body.
And if you’ve never practised deep breathing before, check out YouTube video Deep Breathing Exercises for Beginners by physiotherapist Michelle Kenway.
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