How about a little PEACE & CALMING ?!

Everyone loves the scent of Peace & Calming. Wear it as a perfume or cologne, and notice how you and the people around you feel. The smell is alluring!

Combine with Lavender essential oil before bed time.

What is in Peace and Calming Essential Oil Blend?

There are five different oils in Peace and Calming Blend. They are listed below along with a brief description of each oil.

  • Ylang Ylang Essential Oil (Cananga odorata) has a long history in skin and hair care products, particularly in Asia, where it is used to promote healthy, luxuriant hair*. It also restores confidence and equilibrium.
  • Patchouli Essential Oil (Pogostemon cablin) has a sweet and rich aroma that is very beneficial for the skin*. Use to reduce wrinkled or chapped appearance. It reestablishes mental and emotional equilibrium and energizes the mind.
  • Tangerine Essential Oil (Citrus reticulata) contains esters and aldehydes that are calming. Rich in d-limonene it helps to maintain a healthy lifestyle regimen.*
  • Orange Essential Oil (Citrus sinensis) is rich in the d-limonene and may support cellular function. Also has calming effects and may be used for feelings of peace.
  • Blue Tansy Essential Oil (Tanacetum annuum) has a slightly sweet and herbaceous aroma. Tansy plants have several species and this one is also called Moroccan Chamomile or Annual Tansy. Emotionally, it combats anger and negative emotions.

What are the Documented Uses for Peace and Calming Essential Oil? Promote a good night’s rest and unwind before bed; balancing, tension, stress, calming, peace, irritability, relaxation.

pc2.jpgThe many uses of Peace & Calming:

  • Rub 1-2 drops on the bottom of the feet and on the back of the neck before bedtime to promote sound sleep. I do this every night! {And can be used with children – hint, hint.)
  • Apply behind the ears of your pet when he is scared of thunder or stressed.
  • Dilute a drop with carrier oil and rub on a child’s tummy or bottom of feet to calm a tantrum.
  • Diffuse 4-6 drops at night to relieve teeth grinding.
  • Add 5-8 drops to a half a cup of epsom salt and add to a bath for a calm and relaxing effect.
  • Diffuse in the home or in the car to calm overactive children.
  • Use as perfume by rubbing on the wrists and behind the ears, especially before a stressful meeting or event.
  • Add to coconut oil for a relaxing massage and relief from daily stress.
  • Rub on the back and behind the ears of hyperactive pets after running around with the children.
  • Apply to the wrists, edge of ears, neck and bottoms of feet to calm an anxiety or panic attack.

What is the Spiritual Influence? When the mind is calm, we are able to focus and think clearly. This oil allows us to visualize our goals and dreams truthfully through our heart. It is in our heart where our true dreams live and are supported.

What Chakra is Affected? Opens the heart and solar plexus chakras.

How do I Use it?

Use NEAT (undiluted) then,

  • Apply several drops (2-4) to wrists, edge of ears, neck and feet
  • Add several drops (2-4) to bath water
  • Apply to vitaflex points
  • Directly inhale, diffuse
  • Dilute 1:15 with vegetable oil for body massage

Can this oil be used for Animals? Yes, I have had great results with this oil.

Dilution Instructions for Dogs over 4 months of age-

Weight                                                              Dilution

<10 lb                                                                75%

11-25 lb                                                             50 – 75%

26 – 45 lb                                                           50%

46 – 75 lb                                                           25-50%

76-90 lb                                                             25%

91-150 lb                                                           0-25%

over 150 lb                                                        No dilution needed (apply neat)

 Dilution Instructions  for Cats

 Cats over 4 months of age  – 75-90% dilution

 Introducing essential oils to your pet

 Remember, animals have a much better sense of smell than humans.  Gradually introduce the oil to your pet.  First leave the capped oil bottle in the room with them and allow them to smell it.  Next, remove the cap from the bottle and  leave it open  in the room with them for several hours (or over night).  Be certain the bottle is in a safe spot, out of your pet’s reach.   Or, you can begin introducing the oil to your pet by applying it to yourself for a few days.  Be sure to gradually introduce the oil before applying it to your pet or diffusing around your pet.

 Applying  essential oils

 To apply the essential oil you can simply “pet” the diluted oil solution onto them by applying it to your hands.  The oils will be absorbed through the hair follicles, so you don’t need to worry about getting the oils down to your pet’s  skin.   Its OK if they lick the oil off their fur.   Be careful to avoid getting the oils in their eyes or on mucous membranes (like the lips, anus or genital areas).  Avoid applying oils to their nose or muzzle.

 If you notice skin irritation at the essential oil application site dilute it with a carrier oil.  Please DO NOT rinse it off with water, since this will just drive the oils deeper into the skin.  If you get essential oils in your pets eyes by accident (I know, they are wiggly sometimes…) rinse the eyes with milk (do not rinse with water).

 Oils can also be diffused in an ultrasonic essential oil diffuser.  The diffuser  will aerosolize the oil droplets and can be placed in the room with them.  Please do not “burn” the oil in a wax burner, as this will destroy the therapeutic benefits.

 A drop of an  essential oil can be placed on a bandanna, the harness or collar, or on bedding in the crate or cage.  This is especially  helpful for the calming oils like Lavender, Stress Away or Peace and Calming.

 Note about Animals: Certain oils can be very toxic to cats. Citrus products and oils in particular when not using therapeutic grade quality. Please consult your vet if you are not sure about applying any essential oil to your pet.

What are the Safety Precautions? Peace and Calming essential oil has photosensitivity – direct exposure to sunlight within 24 hours after use could cause dermatitis.

Generally safe for children over 2 years of age.

If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.




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