Essential Oils for Tiredness

I was honored to have been featured in in which the owner, Carla Snuggs says: 

To learn more about essential oils I had the honor of tapping Janice Rosenthal, certified Beauty Therapist, Massage Therapist and an internationally qualified Lecturer in Beauty Therapy, Massage, and Anatomy & Physiology.

Janice is also the founder of which offers essential oils for the soul! Janice shared her knowledge of three energizing essential oils:


Three Energizing Essential Oils


1. Rosemary Essential Oil

rosemaryAnti-cellulite – due to Rosemary’s ability to increase blood circulation and waste removal, while reducing water retention, it has been effective in creating a smoother appearance for the thighs. Rosemary oil also tones puffy, sagging skin, making it the number one product for combating cellulite.

Stimulates the nervous system, providing a coffee-like buzz. This makes Rosemary oil excellent for mental clarity, when you have to study, or complete an intense workload or workout.

Painkilling – for muscle aches / arthritis / gout / rheumatism.

Whats the most energizing essential oil?   The answer is Rosemary! If you suffer from low energy, apply Rosemary oil to your entire body, after your morning bath or shower. Create a homemade energy lotion, by following these simple instructions:

Drop 30 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil into 4 oz of our Shea Body Butter.

Stir thoroughly for several minutes. Its that simplel!

Special – Many studies and reports have cited Rosemary oil as encouraging new hair growth, in cases of thinning hair. Apply daily to scalp, rubbing the oil well into the roots of your hair. For blending dilutions, read our article – Blending and Applying Essential Oils Safely.

Precautions – Not to be used by people with high blood pressure / Not to be used during pregnancy, or when attempting to fall pregnant / Do not use if you are epileptic / Do not combine with homeopathic remedies / Do not use a few hours before sleeping, as it may prevent you from falling asleep.


2. Lemongrass Essential Oil

LEMONGRASSEnergizing – not to be used near bedtime, but used during the day, is highly stimulating.

Increases circulation – tired feet / aching muscles / chilblains / cramp.

Toning – anti-cellulite / tones muscles.

SPECIAL – Aids the flow of milk in nursing mothers. Apply to front and back of body, twice a day, excluding nipples.

PRECAUTIONS – Avoid sun for 12 hours after application / May irritate very sensitive skin / Avoid in pregnancy, or if you are trying to fall pregnant.


3. Peppermint Essential Oil

PEPPPainkilling – to inflamed muscles, due to it high level of increasing blood circulation.

Respiratory decongestant – clears sinuses and opens breathing.

Anti-nausea – reduces nausea, indigestion and colic, by stimulating digestive enzymes.

Raises low blood pressure.

The ‘Exam oil’ – an excellent oil to increase mental concentration and energy levels.

SPECIAL – Enhances sensual pleasures.

PRECAUTIONS – Do not use if you have high blood pressure / Avoid in pregnancy, or if you are trying to fall pregnant.

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