"Uplift" Essential Oil
This is so easy. Shake well. Roll on skin or dab under nose. Inhale frequently. You can also take in the aroma straight from the bottle for a quick dose. Not only are there crystals infused in the oil, the roller ball is also a crystal. Pretty neat!
Ingredients: Jojoba Oil, Geranium Oil, Lavender Oil, Ginger Oil, Lemongrass Oil, and Black Pepper Oil.
Geranium oil - This fresh floral scent is said to be very calming to the nervous system. It can help melt away anger and aggression, relieve stress and depression, balance emotions, and lift the spirit.
Lavender Oil - A soft floral scent used to relieve headaches, insomnia, anxiety, and tension. Said to create a peaceful state of mind.
Ginger oil - This spicy warm aroma has been called the “oil of empowerment.” It is used to reduce anxiety and exhaustion, and increase energy and confidence.
Lemongrass oil - A bright lemon fresh scent said to relieve anxiety and promote feelings of peace and tranquility.
Black Pepper oil - This peppery warm musky scent has long been used to relieve anxiety an depression.
Green Aventurine - Known as the stone of opportunity. It is thought to be the luckiest of all crystals, manifesting prosperity and wealth. Its energy makes it a great ally for boosting one’s chances in any situation. It also releases old patterns, habits, and disappointments so new growth can take place. It enhances one’s creativity and motivation and encourages perseverance in maneuvering life’s obstacles.
Cautionary Disclaimer: For external use only. Our essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care. Apply a small amount on wrist to test for skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Avoid contact with eyes. If pregnant or nursing, consult a licensed physician before use. Aromatherapy and Crystals are not meant to replace conventional medicine. They are not to be used as a prescription, diagnosis, or treatment. The information given is purely metaphysical in nature and is by no means medical. For medical advice, consult a licensed physician.