Peace and Calming Essential Oil
Ahhh, Peace and Calming. I love the name. Such great words to hear in the midst of our busy lives. Maybe one day Young Living will make a Peace and Calming drink. Then I can chug it all day long. But, for now, we have the oil. Which is pretty awesome all by itself.
Young Living’s Peace and Calming essential oil is a blended oil. Which, as you know from earlier posts, means that it is a combination of several oils. Those oils are:
As you may remember from my previous post on Joy essential oil, Tangerine oil is great for supporting proper digestion and supporting a healthy immune system.
Again – we talked about the uses of Ylang Ylang in my last post on Joy essential oil. You will recall that Ylang Ylang oil is great for relaxation and for soothing occasional nervous tension.
This oil is beneficial for your skin.
Orange essential oil is great for promoting relaxation. And it smells like oranges. Win-win.
I went to Word Hippo again to find the pronunciation of this word. Here’s how they say to pronounce it. Then I found a different pronunciation here. Which is how I say it. So I guess you can say it any way you want. Nothing on the internet is wrong. Uh, yeah, so….anyway, Patchouli oil is very good for soothing occasional nervous tension and for the prevention of nausea associated with motion.
So, when all those oils are formulated by Young Living’s oil gurus to make a perfect combination, you get the blend called Peace and Calming. And what is that used for? Well, uh, I think the name kinda gives that away. But to be more specific, here are a few things you can use it for. First, to promote restful sleep. My hubby uses this oil almost every night. Besides the fact that he is a very light sleeper, his mind seems to go into overdrive during the sleeping hours. I just rub a drop or two on the back of his neck, but you can also apply it to the bottoms of your feet.
Another good use of Peace and Calming is to promote relaxation for your children. Diffusing this oil in a room where your children are can actually help them take it down a notch, as I like to say.
Lastly, Peace and Calming is good for gently soothing away tension. You can use it with massage oil in a massage, or add a few drops to epsom salts in a bath.
Hard to resist, isn’t it?
Disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.