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Books About Essential Oils You’ll Want to Have in Your Personal Library

If you don’t know much about essential oils but want to learn more about using them, books are a fantastic resource for you to utilize. Available in hard copy and digital form, they can be referenced often for favorable results. You can include as many books about aromatherapy in your personal library as you’d like because there are many titles on the subject. Here, we introduce you to some of the best resources available.

You can purchase these titles at your local bookstore or online. Creating your own library to reference helps you learn the basics of essential oils quickly. You’ll be an expert before you know it!

Books About Essential Oils

Here are some books about essential oils you’ll want to own and read:

  • Just the Essentials: How Essential Oils Can Heal Your Skin, Improve Your Health, and Detox Your Life by Adina Grigore. Learn the history of essential oils, how they’re produced, what they’re used for, and which types to avoid. The author has read nearly every essential oil book in existence and claims that this is the only book you’ll need to read. Packed with charts and illustrations, it’s an easy read for aromatherapy newbies.
  • The Portable Essential Oils: A Pocket Reference of Everyday Remedies for Natural Health & Wellness by Anne Kennedy. A hefty little tome of essential oil information and recipes, it’s a go-to resource whenever you want to relieve an ailment naturally. It’s packed full of solutions for colds, oily skin, insomnia, and headaches. If you want precise measurements for the remedies you create for yourself and your family, this book is a valuable resource you’ll use regularly.

Essential oils are incredibly useful and can be used in many ways. They come in many varieties and can be aromatic, topical or culinary. Bioesse Tech focuses on the aromatic aspect of oils. Our Aromatherapy and Hemp Inhalation Patches deliver up to eight hours of scent per patch.

Create a Stress-Reducing Workplace Survival Kit for Your Bag or Desk

Stress is detrimental to your health and overall well-being. That’s why it’s important to come up with effective ways to deal with it in your personal and professional lives. One thing you can do that is very helpful in combating life’s stressors is to create a survival kit filled with items that invite relaxation. You can make one for home and for your job because it doesn’t take much time or money to do so.

Office Stress Survival Kit

Here are some things you may want to include in your workplace survival kit:

  • A journal to write your thoughts in. Taking a few minutes on your lunch break to address your feelings is a good way to get them out and move on with the rest of your day. When you reflect upon difficult events, you’re given a second chance to react to them with greater ease and grace. Review your journal regularly for valuable insight.
  • Some chewing gum or breath mints in your favorite flavor. Engaging your senses is one way to take your mind off something that is stressing you out. If you don’t work a job that allows gum or candy, focus on a cup of hot tea or coffee on your break. Bring your attention to how it smells, looks, and tastes.
  • A picture of someone you really care about. It serves as a reminder that you are loved and supported no matter what. Take it out and look at it whenever you need a quick pick-me-up.
  • Bioesse Tech Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches. Providing up to eight hours of discreet relief, our products can be bought singly or in boxes depending on your need from them. They come in different scents which address different ailments both physical and mental.

Finding constructive ways to deal with stress helps you become more resilient. You’re able to minimize the impact negative people and events have on your life. This allows you to be the best and most productive worker you can be. Investing a small amount of money to create a stress-reducing workplace survival kit is well worth the cost because it brings peace of mind when things go haywire during the day.

Which Type of Essential Oil is Right for Your Symptoms?

The power of essential oils is outstanding. If you haven’t given aromatherapy a try, it’s time that you do. It’s yet another way to heal your body and ease your mind naturally. After all, essential oils are made from plants and use their leaves, stems, and petals among other parts.

Essential Oils to Heal your Body

Here are some of the symptoms you might be experiencing and the essential oils that can help them subside:

  • Restlessness or Insomnia. Lavender and roman chamomile help put your mind and body at ease so you can sleep soundly at night. We offer both Lavender Inhalation Patches and Sweet Dreams Inhalation Patches which include both essential oils as active ingredients for you to inhale. Slip a patch on before bedtime underneath your night shirt or gown for up to eight hours of mind-settling and tension-slaying relief.
  • Nausea and Indigestion. Mandarin helps settle an upset stomach. If you experience nausea or indigestion regularly, a box of patches can be a real lifesaver. You can keep them in your purse or suit jacket pocket for whenever you need them and apply one in the bathroom under your clothing.
  • Fatigue. If that cup of herbal tea or dandelion coffee isn’t doing the trick when it comes to keeping you awake, try the uplifting scent of spearmint. Its delightfully sweet, earthy smell kickstarts your senses and puts you in a good mood so you can tackle the day.

Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches are among the best options for you to use on a long-term basis because they’re small, discreet, and potent enough to provide you with up to eight hours of relief at a time. They’re easy to apply and take off and can be bought in bulk so you always have them on hand when you need them. You can select the essential oils that interest you most from our pre-filled patch options or fill your own blank patches with your choice of essential oils.

Self-Massage Techniques Using High-Quality Essential Oils

If you don’t have the time or money to schedule a session with a masseuse, you can easily use self-massage as a technique to soothe yourself. All you need is your favorite essential oil, your choice of carrier oil, and the ability to apply pressure to different areas of your body including your hands and feet.

Self Massage with Essential Oils

Some self-massage techniques to try using high-quality essential oils include:

  • A Hand and Wrist Massage. This technique is great if you work on a computer all day or do a lot of handiwork. It prevents carpal tunnel. What you’ll want to do is apply a liberal amount of essential oil onto your hands and wrists. Using the thumb of each hand, gentle massage the hands, fingers, knuckles, and wrist using small circular motions. Go clockwise then counter clockwise until you feel the oil has been saturated into the skin. Do this on both hands first thing in the morning and allow your hands to dry thoroughly before resuming work. You don’t want to get oil on your computer or needlework.
  • Feet Massage. Place a towel on the floor where your feet are. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil blend to a clean tennis ball. Place it under one of your feet and roll it around from top to bottom and left to right. Place some more essential oil onto the ball before switching feet. Do this as often as you feel it necessary. To keep oil off your floor or carpet, put on a pair of fuzzy socks as they will soak up some of the massage oil for you.

Let the soothing scent of aromatherapy essential oils help reduce your symptoms. Our Aromatherapy and Hemp Inhalation Patches provide long-term relief without the mess of roll-on bottles, lotions or creams. Discreet to wear and extremely effective, they come in many scents as well as singles or boxes of patches.

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