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Our Stress Relief product is formulated from five essential oils chosen for the physical responses they each are designed to produce. Essential oils  have highly effective properties to provide relaxation and relief from stress.

 Stress Relief calms and relaxes the central nervous system, relieves tension, and centers a person without making them feel drowsy. It can also be used to provide restful sleep.


Directions For Use

Apply 1-3 drops in hands and massage on chest, stomach and all around neck region. Inhale aroma from hands.

STRESS Relief Pure Natural Therapeutic Essential Oil Synergy Support Blend

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Ingredients & their Properties


What is a synergy blend?
Essential oils extracted or distilled from plants, flowers, tree bark and roots are are very powerful on their own, but when carefully blended, their individual properties are greatly enhanced. Mixing essential oils together in exact proportions to achieve a particular result creates a synergistic effect whereby the whole becomes greater than the sum of its parts. The act of combing neat / undiluted essential oils into what aromatherapists have termed a "synergy blend" makes the application process far more efficient and less costly, since you won't need to buy as many bottles or spend as much money to obtain the results you desire. The art / science of blending aromatherapy is like blending fine wine and real perfume. It takes education, experimentation, time, talent and a commitment to excellence.

What is aromatherapy?
Aromatherapy is the practice of using volatile plant oils for psychological and physical well being. Volatile means: Changing from a liquid to a vapor. Evaporating readily at normal temperatures and pressures.



When using essential oils to banish stress, you take advantage of the essential oil's unique ability to enter the blood stream and go directly to the emotional center of the brain. There they can reverse the sympathetic nervous system's stress response and restore a more restful "rest and digest" state. Hormone levels return to normal, the cardiac system slows, digestion regulates and your body can resume its normal functioning.



The Cycle of Chronic Stress

Chronic stress involves a cycle of metabolic destruction. Stressors cause a reaction. A prolonged, major reaction to stress can cause wear and tear on all our body systems and this reduces their overall ability to function. Our weakened condition leads to increased sensitivity to stress and the cycle repeats.

Diagram of chronic stress

This cycle can be interrupted at any point. The most long term solution is to
decrease or eliminate stressors. In our modern life, (yet this may not be a posability).

The feelings of anxiety and stress have become very common in today's competitive and hectic life.

Stress is your body's response to the demands placed upon it, whether external (such as bills or work) or internal (how you feel about yourself, for example).

Stress seems to be everywhere today in our fast moving world with its multiple priorities.

The effects of stress and lack of sleep can not only be frustrating, but can also take a toll on a person's health.

Stress is something that all of us face sometime or the other



·         Do you know most of the health problems are related to stress?

·         Do you know that stress and anxiety can also cause chest pain?

·         Children experience stress as much as we do.

·         A teenager's stress is as real a problem as an adult's stress. Oftentimes, their stress is brushed under the carpet. However, if it goes unnoticed for a long time, it can lead to some very serious problems.

·         Headache, insomnia, disorders of the stomach, the heart, etc. are some of the effects of stress.

·         Constipation, diarrhea and high blood pressure are some of the physical effects of stress.

·         Women and stress do not get along, but always seem to be together. It is crucial that women understand that stress has to be managed or it will take its toll. It is time to defeat stress once and for all.

·         When stress gets excessive and is not handled positively, it can cause a variety of diseases, at times fatal.

·         Relieving stress and anxiety has become the primary focus of every workaholic person today.

·         Stress is a part of modern life and so are the attempts of relieving stress.

The next most root solution is to readjust our reaction to stress. Not all stressors are a "red alert" situation.

And finally, we can support our bodies so that they are in peak condition to handle what stresses come.

Aromatherapy interrupts this cycle in two important ways. Essential oils readjust our reaction to stressors by calming our nerves and clearing our head. And aromatherapy supports out body to maintain its optimum health, regardless of stress.

To use essential oils to banish stress, follow this routine using your essential oil synergy blend every day. This routine is known to relieve stress and even more importantly, restore your sense of well-being, basically
we need to start dealing with stress and learn to manage it..

Calming techniques bring about a stress free life and are essential for all individuals who live in today's demanding times.


Listen to Music

Call a friend. for their listening skills and support.

Talk to Yourself-If you don’t have someone to talk to, this is a time when its ok to talk to yourself. Hash things over in your mind and sort them out to find an acceptable resolution and Breath easy.

Breath Easy   The advice “take a deep breath” may seem like a cliché, but it holds real truth when it comes to stress.

Slowly inhale, expanding your whole lungs and then imagine you are gently exhaling negativity and stress. For centuries, Buddhist monks have been conscious of deliberate breathing during meditation. For an easy three- to five-minute exercise, sit up in your chair with your feet flat on the floor and hands on top of your knees. Breathe in and out slowly and deeply, concentrating on your lungs as they expand fully in your chest. While shallow breathing causes stress, deep breathing oxygenates your blood, helps center your body, and clears your mind

Eat Quality Foods-. Stress levels and a proper diet are closely related. Make sure to eat foods that support Proper functions.


Laugh It Off-Laughter releases endorphins that improve mood and decrease levels of the stress-causing hormones cortisol and adrenaline. Laughing tricks our nervous system into making us happy.

Exercise -(Even For a Minute)Exercise doesn't necessarily mean power lifting at the gym or training for a marathon. A short walk around the office or simply standing up to stretch during a break at work can offer immediate relief in a stressful situation. Getting your blood moving releases endorphins and can improve your mood almost instantaneously.

Sleep Better-Everyone knows stress can cause you to lose sleep. Unfortunately, lack of sleep is also a key cause of stress. This vicious cycle causes the brain and body to get out of whack and only gets worse and worse with time. Make it a point to get the doctor-recommended seven to eight hours of sleep.

Learn More About Stress Relief - Stress is an unavoidable part of life. But that doesn't mean you should ignore it. Too much untreated stress can cause potentially serious physical and mental health problems.

 Use your Essential Oils!


H1Research on Aromatherapy Stress Reduction...

The Results Are In!
• Several studies over the past few years have found that Alzheimer's sufferers became less agitated when treated with lavender and melissa (lemon balm) essential oils.
• A study of depressed men showed that using citrus essential oils reduced their intake of antidepressants.
• Studies have found that marjoram essential oil increases production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter involved in regulating mood.
• Research has shown that ylang-ylang essential oil boosts the body's production of endorphins (hormones that produce feelings of well-being and pain reduction.) There you have it, folks! Aromatherapy is a proven natural remedy for stress relief. So... what are the best essential oils for aromatherapy stress reduction? Check these out...


Aromatherapy oils to relieve stress:

Citrus sinensis, Orange Essential Oil, is considered to have anti-depressant, antiseptic, anti-spasmodic and aphrodisiac properties. The scent is said to be uplifting and stimulating. That means that it can relax you when you need it and it can also invigorate when you are low on energy. The essential oil is mechanically extracted from the rind of the fruit.

Citrus limon, is an adaptogen. That means that it can relax you when you needed it and it can also invigorate when you are low on energy. The essential oil is mechanically extracted from the rind of the fruit.

Lavandula latifolia, is a versatile essential oil that every household should have. The uses of lavender oil range from relief of sunburns, asthma, to relaxation and stress relief. The aroma of lavender is very calming and has been shown to reduce tension headaches.

Geranium, Pelargonium graveolens, is a nerve tonic and works as a sedative. This essential oil works on the emotional level and has a wonderful smell.

Neroli, Citrus aurantium, has a sweet exotic aroma. This essential oil is helpful in depression, sleeplessness, shock, and stress.

Marjoram, Origanum majorana, has a nice sweet woody aroma. It is used in a variety of conditions, ranging from muscle spasms, sprains, colic, and coughing to stress.

Sandalwood, Santalum album, has a rich and sweet woody aroma. Some of the uses of this essential oil are: relief of depression, stress, dry and sensitive skin.

Chamomile Roman, Anthemis nobilis, has a fresh, bright, and fruity aroma. The use of chamomile is well known for stress relief as it has mild sedative properties.

Bergamot, Citrus bergamia, has a fresh citrusy aroma. Some of the possible uses of this essential oil are: stress, anxiety, depression, and loss of appetite.

Ashwagandha - this ancient Indian herb has been used in Ayurveda for centuries. It can balance the body, bring homeostasis to the nervous system, and improve the immune system. It is both a sedative and a nerve tonic.

Rhodiola rosea is a plant with amazing properties. It is a favorite among Russian astronauts because it can increase energy levels, reduce fatigue, positively affect the nervous system, and reduce stress.

Holy Basil, also called “Tulsi” meaning “the incomparable one”. A favorite herb, it is brewed as a daily tea in many families in India. This herb belongs to the class of herbs called adaptogens. Holy basil can uplift your spirits, calm, and restore balance to your nervous system. This is my favorite along with Rhodiola and Ashwagandha.

Passionflower, infusion of the leaves is used for insomnia. This herb has calming properties, and it is generally helpful in stress relief.

Ginseng is one of the most popular herbs for stress relief. It is known to help the body deal with stress. The herb also relieves fatigue and increases energy.

Chamomile is an old time favorite herb. It is a gentle relaxant used as a sleeping aid, nerve tonic, and as a tea for a soothing and relaxing break.

Rosemary is known to have a soothing effect on the nervous system. This herb, called “dew of the sea” in Latin, also stimulates and enhances memory.

St. John’s Wort is a popular herb used for mild depression and nerve pain. In Germany, doctors often prescribe St. John’s Wort instead of expensive pharmaceuticals.

Ylang YlangThe main chemical components are linalool, geranyl acetate, caryophyllene, p-cresyl methyl ether, methyl benzoate, benzyl acetate, benzyl benzoate and other sesquiterpenes. The therapeutic properties of ylang-ylang oil are antidepressant, antiseborrhoeic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, hypotensive, nervine and sedative. This extremely fragrant essential oil has a calming effect on the mind and body and is used in cases of frigidity and impotence.



These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Consult your health care professional about any serious disease or injury. Do not attempt to self-diagnose or prescribe any natural substances such as essential oils for serious health conditions that require professional attention.