Essential Oils for Nerves

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Let’s start with an easy oil that most of you have in your home Peppermint.

Increasing circulation, muscular and pain assistance and ease of stomach spasms.

Black Pepper is similar in actions to peppermint. One cools and the other heats. Both assist circulation and digestion.

Geranium studies have shown that geranium worked better than standard medication for neuropathy.

Rosemary 

Spruce

Frankincense

Blue Tansy

Lavender

Rosewood

Roman Chamomile

Helichrysum

Holy Basil

Birch oil

How to use it

Get a carrier oil such as coconut, almond, sesame, or your organic lotions and put 4 drops of the oils into the carrier oil and rub it onto your areas. Repeat as necessary

Baths: Mix 4-8 drops in one teaspoon of coconut oil and add it to an Epsom salt bath. Submerge for 15-30 minites, massaging the affected areas

Compress: Fill a container with warm to hot water. Add 3-5 drops of your oils and take a wash cloth or rag and soak it in the oils. Lay it across the area as often as needed.

 

I suffer from neuropathy and have found oils work beautifully when applied to the base of my skull, down my legs and back and sometimes straight oils dropped onto the area. It has made living ith neuropathy much easier. Sleep, and exercise have improved.

Thankful

 

Lynn
Lynn
As a 2 time cancer survivor and pesticide poisoning victim Lynn has fought for the victims of this toxic, chemical world. Babies, bees and birds. She is passionate about helping those who want another way to live. We all deserve to breathe fresh air and drink clean water. It starts with us

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