Essential Oils for Managing Your Emotions and Enhancing Your Mood

Our emotional health can directly influence how the rest of our body feels and functions. When we are in emotional distress, it lowers our overall quality of life and how we feel day-to-day. Emotional health affects how we make decisions, how we interact with others, and how we respond to events that happen in our life. Things like stress, anxious feelings, changes in the weather, and a host of troubling (yet common) emotions can negatively influence our mood. 

Aromatherapy is a simple, effective method for managing your emotions and enhancing your mood. Fortunately, you don’t need to be a scientist or essential oil professional to take advantage of the emotional benefits that essential oils hold. Simply educate yourself about the different properties of each oil, and use the potent, powerful nature of essential oils to create a personalized experience that will help you to conquer, tame, and soothe the dozens of emotions you encounter every day. (I can help you with this)
Below is a list of some of the best essential oils for mood management 
Remember, some essential oils should always be diluted before topical use, including Cassia, Cinnamon, Clove, Cumin, Oregano, and Thyme. 

The grounding aroma of Arborvitae oil can help promote a sense of peace and calm.
Diffuse Basil oil to lessen occasional anxious feelings. 
Both calming and uplifting, Bergamot can be used to reduce feelings of negativity and stress. 
The clear, refreshing aroma of Cardamom oil can help promote a positive mood.
Use Cedarwood oil aromatically to help relax the mind and body. 
Clary Sage creates a restful environment while reducing feelings of stress and anxiousness. 
Many people use Clove oil for its stimulating and energizing properties. 
Coriander oil can be used to promote feelings of calmness and relaxation. 
The refreshing aroma of Cypress oil can be energizing and can help reduce anxious feelings.  

Use Douglas Fir oil to promote a positive mood and sense of focus.
Eucalyptus is commonly used to lessen feelings of tension and promote relaxation. 
Use Frankincense oil to induce feelings of peace, satisfaction, and overall wellness. 
Inhaling Geranium oil can produce a calming, grounding effect. 
The fragrance of Grapefruit oil is light and uplifting for the user. 

Use Jasmine oil to evoke feelings of peace, joy, and self-confidence. 
When used aromatically, Juniper Berry can promote positive feelings and lessen feelings of stress.
People commonly use Lavender oil for its relaxing and calming properties. 
Use Lemon oil aromatically to promote a positive mood.
The chemical constituents of Lime oil make it useful for promoting emotional balance and wellbeing. 
 For centuries, Marjoram oil has been used for its calming properties. 
Use Melissa oil to help calm tension and nerves. 
Myrrh oil can help increase spiritual awareness and promote a creative, inspiring, energetic mood. 

Aromatic use of Patchouli oil can help ground and balance emotions. 
Use Peppermint oil for an invigorating energy boost. 
The aroma of Petitgrain oil can help ease feelings of tension and promote feelings of calmness. 
Use Roman Chamomile oil to promote peaceful, calming feelings. 
The scent of Rose oil can be emotionally uplifting 
Sandalwood oil can help enhance mood. 
The fresh aroma of Spearmintoil uplifts mood while promoting a sense of focus. 

Frequently used in aromatherapy, Spikenard oil is renowned for its grounding properties. 
Apply Tangerine oil topically to help promote feelings of happiness. 
Vetiver oil can have a calming, grounding effect on emotions.    
The invigorating aroma of White Fir oil can promote feelings of energy and empowerment. 
With a revitalizing aroma, Wild Orange oil can provide energy on a stress-filled day. 
Apply Ylang Ylang oil topically for a calming, uplifting effect

Learn about more ways to use essential oils for specific issues by viewing Essential Oil Basics Video

Blessings for Health, Joy & Laughter,

P.S. you can find all the essential oils on my DIY Ingredients page 

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