Don’t Worry; Be Happy: Emotional Stability and Essential Oils

We, especially women, definitely know that our emotional health is often linked to our physical health. Being proactive to keep our minds and bodies as healthy as possible is the key to keeping a well balanced emotional life too. Essential oils are a great way to help keep it all level. Let’s talk about several oils blends and how many people like to use them. Let’s get started.


1.  Stress Away

I don’t think a blend’s name could be more telling! It’s obvious that this Young Living blend was created to help you drive away feelings of uneasiness, anger, fear, and being overwhelmed. It’s a great oil to carry with you through the day, to wear in a diffuser necklace, or to diffuse in the office. This sweet-smelling blend is made up of lime, copaiba, vanilla, ocotea, cedarwood, and lavender. Stress Away is also food grade. Many enjoy adding it to their water or milk or using it in a capsule. What a great way to ward off difficult emotions on hectic days.    stress away




2.  Frankincense

Need a moment of relaxation, calm, and grounding? This is the perfect oil to create a peaceful atmosphere as it diffuses during stressful homework times with the kids, during difficult days, or before bedtime as a way to wipe away the worries of the day. Young Living also suggests rubbing on the bottom of your feet to alleviate nervous energy.frankincense




3.  Joy

Joy is a well-loved essential oil blend by Young Living. Comprised of rose, geranium, bergamot, ylang ylang, mandarin, lemon, jasmine, palmarosa, roman chamomile, and rosewood, this flowerly blend is a great addition to a stash of “happy” oils. It’s name is pretty self explanatory, as it helps uplifts the spirits of those who wear it. Many women love to dab some on their wrists to wear as perfume. Others use it in a roller with other oils or diffuse it when feeling uneasy. This oil blend promotes a peaceful attitude and eases nervous






4.   Peace and Calming

Tangerine, ylang ylang blue tansy, orange and patchouli are beautifully combined in this mix perfect to add to your personal HAPPY BLEND. The sedating and calming effects of tangerine and ylang ylang combine with the uplifting effects of orange and patchouli. This blend is great for helping you stay calm under pressure, to remain balanced and stable in the midst of chaos, and find peace when times are hard.   Peace and Calming is also a perfect oil to add to a night time routine to help support a relaxing night’s sleep.   What a great blend for both adults and children.valor and p:c II



5.  Orange

Orange is a great, versatile oil to add to our emotion-balancing stash. This fragrant oil is great when diffused to help with occasional blues and irritability. Using it aromatically is a great way to uplift moods. In addition, many people use orange internally. Add to a tea or drink in your water to encourage relaxation. Or use it topically in a sleep cream or salt bath before bed. Orange makes a great addition to a relaxed life.Unknown


6.  Valor II

Valor is a VERY popular Young Living blend. It is a brand new blend specially formulated by Young Living’s founder Gary Young. It includes Young Living’s exclusive Northern Lights Black Spruce and Idaho Blue Spruce essential oils, along with Ylang Ylang, Frankincense, Vetiver, Cistus, Bergamot, Cassia, German Chamomile, and other oils. Diffuse Valor II for an inspiring and calming aroma or apply topically to experience this empowering and uplifting fragrance. Valor II includes the naturally occurring constituents linalol, alpha-pinene, camphene, and limonene. Valor II is the right choice when you are feeling unsure or worn down.   Many people wear it before a workout or a challenging moment of the day.


7.   Release

Release™ combines uplifting, calming oils that stimulate a sense of peace and emotional well-being, which in turn facilitate the ability to release anger and frustration. Repressed negative emotions lie at the root of many health concerns. Release promotes harmony and balance in the mind and body. It’s made up of ylang ylang, geranium, royal hawaiian sandalwood, grapefruit, tangerine, spearmint, lemon, blue cypress, davana, kaffir lime, ocotea, jasmine, matricaria, blue tansy, and rose.  People like to diffuse Release or rub in on the back of their neck. Adding it to a bath is also a great way to experience the effects of this emotionally-balancing blend.release



8.   Feelings Kit

If emotional health is an important need for you, you may want to consider investing in Young Living’s Feelings kit. Check out this link to learn more about the full kit and the individual oil blends. There are several here we have not discussed tonight.


 Making Your Own Happy Blend

Consistency is KEY with using essential oils for the wellness of you and your family. Finding a way to use your emotion stash will be important for maintaining a healthy body and mind. You may want to consider some of these blends to start with and see what works best for you.


**Wear Your Happy Oils**

One drop of Frankincense on top of head.

One to two drops of Joy over heart.

One drop of Valor on wrists and behind neck.


** Roll Your Happy Oils**

In a roller bottle combine 10 drops of Joy, 10 drops of Stress Away and 10 drops of Valor. Fill with carrier oil. Rub on wrists throughout the day to maintain leveled emotions.


**Breathe in Your Happy Oils**

Think about where you need the happy oils the most: home, office, car? Young Living has many different types of diffusers you may want to consider when using your own personal Happy Blend. Here are some options you may want to check out.


Young Living Possibilities

Young Living has MANY oils to help with emotional stability and grounding. These we talked about tonight are some of the favorites, but I encourage you to continue exploring all that Young Living has to offer when it comes to oils to keep you calm, happy, and motivated. If you’ve tried one we didn’t talk about tonight, please feel free to comment below. If you are still looking, here ‘s Young Living’s product guide so you can continue to explore.

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