The first blend of May is LeEmerge. While it cleanses the liver, it also stimulates the pancreas and the entire endocrine system, and helps strengthen and restore normal function to the organs and systems of the body.
LeEmerge is a good oil for treating depression, stabilizing mood swings, calming anxiety, hysteria, and to help us “digest” and honor all of our complex emotions.
All the digestive organs suffer when we are afraid or reluctant to honor our feelings. LeEmerge helps us process our feelings, and release any blockages or imbalances that we may have. LeEmerge is energizing and uplifting, and allows us to see what we can do to continue to heal.
The second blend this month is LeSeasons. This blend helps the lymph system drain and strengthens the immune system. The cool mint sensation of Seasons can help lessen the pain of sore throats, body aches and pains, and help cool a fever.
All essential oils impact emotions, and while LeSeasons is primarily a physical blend, it will help bring a clarity of thought, help improve attention span, help us analyze our resentment, and then help us let go of that which no longer serves us.
Although LeSeasons is not a complex blend, it will affect the body on many different levels due to the universal uses of the single essential oils contained in it. Seasons can be used as a whole body balancer and will gently detox the body.
The final blend of May is LeVision. It is designed to help us see ourselves more clearly, discover our misperceptions, and grow from our mistakes. If we’ve begun to rely too much on other people’s opinions and advice, LeVision can help us see our own path and our own worth more clearly.
This blend clears the mind, reduces anxiety and stress levels, restores inner strength, and improves decisiveness without our needing to be overbearing or impatient.
LeVision is also an affinity for your nervous system, stomach meridian, emotional stability, and balance.
The first single for May is Eucalyptus Blue Mallee. Eucalyptus Blue Mallee has a milder aroma than the more commonly used Eucalyptus Globulus. The milder aroma makes it more pleasant for children.
This Eucalyptus is very good when using emotional release and energy work. This variety of Eucalyptus, though milder an aroma than Globulus, seems to penetrate more deeply into the lungs and bronchial tubes.
Eucalyptus Blue Mallee has a special affinity for the respiratory system. Like other Eucalyptus varieties, Blue Mallee gets more antiseptic and effective as it ages.
The second single this month is Howood. Howood is an excellent oil for reducing inflammation, spasms, and pain muscles and joints. It can be used effectively for injuries or arthritis.
It is emotionally uplifting to the mind. It promotes alertness and clarity, but is relaxing and refreshing at the same time. Howood is especially nice when added to a bath. It can be diluted and applied to the appropriate areas of the feet and body.
The final single for May is Tangerine. Tangerine essential oil is a very pleasant sedative. It soothes all type of hyperactivity, whether in the body or in the mind. Tangerine can have a substantial effect on anger, depression, and impulsive behaviors.
Its antispasmodic actions are effective all over the body. This essential oil can be used for spasms in the respiratory and digestive systems, as well as muscle groups.
Tangerine essential oil is an effective blood purifier and it increases the oxygen carrying capacity of red blood cells.
Essential Oil Singles
Essential Oil Blends
What are Essential Oils?
An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile (easily evaporated at normal temperatures) chemical compounds from plants. Essential oils are also known as volatile oils, ethereal oils, aetherolea, or simply as the oil of the plant from which they were extracted, such as oil of clove. An essential oil is “essential” in the sense that it contains the “essence of” the plant’s fragrance—the characteristic fragrance of the plant from which it is derived.
Essential oils are generally extracted by distillation, often by using steam. Other processes include expression, solvent extraction, sfumatura, absolute oil extraction, resin tapping, wax embedding, and cold pressing. They are used in perfumes, cosmetics, soaps and other products, and for adding scents to incense and household cleaning products.
Essential oils are often used for aromatherapy, a form of alternative medicine in which healing effects are ascribed to aromatic compounds. Aromatherapy may be useful to induce relaxation, but there is not sufficient evidence that essential oils can effectively treat any condition. Improper use of essential oils may cause harm including allergic reactions and skin irritation, and children may be particularly susceptible to the toxic effects of improper use.
About Butterfly Essential Oils
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