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Essential Oils for Emotional Support

Dear friends,

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Essential oils can quickly enter the bloodstream through the skin and with aromatherapy- inhalation. Essential oils affect the ‘limbic’ part of the brain which connects to emotions and hormones. They are truly nature’s gifts. Simply taking a moment to “pause” can shift your awareness to being present and to the breath. Those moments of well being are the ingredients to self care and compassion. I find these shifts in awareness bring a sense of peace and inner calm. How about you?

Essential Oils for emotional support:


Jasmine, Ylang Ylang


Lavender, orange, geranium


Cypress, orange



Grief and Sadness





Vetiver, Ylang Ylang, Rosemary, Lavender, Clary sage, Geranium

Mental Clarity and focus


Mental energy


Mental stress and fatigue



Essential oils are best  used when mixed with a carrier oil such as sesame, fractionated coconut oil,  or jojoba.

Two to three drops per oil mixed with a carrier works well behind the neck, ears, or chest. You may also mix oil into a massage oil for your body- up to fifteen drops per 16 oz.  A diffuser with a cool mist works well in the home or office. The company “Now” makes cool mist diffusers.

Holistic practices such as aromatherapy do not replace talking with a friend or therapist.

Therapists I recommend locally:

Sandra Goulding- Emory area- faculty professor- 404-431-5129

Meg Ash- Near Jimmy Carter Blvd- integrates meditation- 404-373-5954

Laura Silverman- https://sweetgrasscounselingga.com/

 To order  Gedalia’s Fall Roll  Oil  go to https://www.etsy.com/shop/GedaliaHealingArts?ref=search_shop_redirect 

The fall roll on can reduce anxiety and promote grounding with oils such as vanilla, jasmine, holy basil and vetiver. Safe for children over 6 years of age.

You can also find my  original art on Etsy as well as the roll on. Ten percent of proceeds will go to Pittsburg.


with fierce love,