Honeysuckle Essential Oil

 

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Honeysuckle essential oil has been used throughout the world for thousands of years to treat many respiratory system conditions. Honeysuckle was first used in AD 659 as a Chinese medicine for releasing poisons, such as snakebites, as well as heat from the body. In order to successfully remove heat and poisons, the stems of the flower would be used in acupuncture to stimulate the flow of energy (chi). Throughout Europe, honeysuckle essential oil was used to aid childbirth in order to comfort and clear toxins and heat from the mother’s body.

     Today, honeysuckle is widely used in aromatherapy for it’s uplifting and free-spirited aromatic benefits. Honeysuckle aids one in getting past regrets and moving forward freely in life. With consecutive use of 100% Pure Honeysuckle Essential Oil, life will bring much happiness, luck, and increased intuition regarding money and wealth!

 

General Information:

– Botanical Name: Lonicera Caprifolium

– Botanical Family: Caprifoliaceae

– Derived From: Honeysuckle Flowers

– Origin: India

– Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation of the Flowers

Aroma: Floral, Sweet, Strong

– Physical Description: Orange-yellow to Dark Orange-yellow liquid with light consistency

– Blends with: Jasmine, LavenderSandalwood, Bergamot, Mandarin, Orange, Frankincense, Champa Attar, Amber Attar, and Ylang Ylang.

– Reiki Charged: All of the essential oils offered by Miracle Botanicals are Reiki charged by Hope JohnsonHoneysuckle essential oil is charged with the intent to release emotional and physical pain and suffering, as well as increase attraction of wealth and abundance!

 

Indications:

– Emotions: Honeysuckle aides one to get past mental regrets, and move forward freely in life. It’s captivating scent is able to instill love, beauty, and banish any fear and sadness, including divorce, death, and loneliness. The oil allows one to overcome harshness, indulge in self-renewal, and inspires hope, progress, freedom, and unity.

– Physical: Honeysuckle has been used for thousands of years to treat respiratory conditions, diarrhea, ease childbirth, and stimulate the flow of energy throughout the body. Aromadendrene, a terpenoid, is a constituent of honeysuckle essential oil, which contributes to the oil’s antimicrobial properties. The terpenoid inhibits growth of microorganisms, such as, bacteria, fungi, and protozoans. Eugenol, a phenyl propene, which is known to be a restorative and has a palliative effect, meaning it relieves pain and prevents further suffering.

– Spiritual: Honeysuckle essential oil helps one to attract, money, psychic power, and luck. The oil instills spiritual growth and enlightenment, illuminates patterns, and is attracting wealth and abundance. The oils is very well known for bringing erotic dreams while you sleep, by placing it on your pillow right before bed.

 

Chakras Affected:

– Third Chakra: Solar Plexus Chakra – Instills the ability to adapt to new situations and ideas, by enhancing inner strength

– Fourth Chakra: Heart Chakra – Calms and opens the heart; promotes love, compassion, and patience. Heals emotional wounds, especially sexually traumatic energies

 

Colors:

– Physical Flower: Yellow, Orange, Red

– Oil: Yellow, Orange

– Etheric: Green, White, Yellow

 

Contraindications: NONE

 

Methods of Usage:

– Neat: Place a drop or two directly onto clean and intact skin. A couple drops on the wrists, shoulders, temples or neck imparts a strong woodsy and honey-like aroma. Note: Helichrysum should not be used undiluted on facial skin, and should only be used undiluted on the skin for fragrance purposes only, as it is too concentrated to be healing when used neat.

– Blended with Carrier: Use 5 drops per 1 TBL of carrier oil such as grapeseed, rosehip, jojoba or hazelnut oils, and massage over any area where you would like for healing to occur.

– Bath: Place 8 drops into 3 handfuls of bath salt and disperse, or add 8 drops to vodka or whole milk and disperse.

– Shower: Soak for at least 3 minutes in steamy shower, then with the water off or turned away from the body, allow 5-7 drops to fall in the palm of the hand and distribute all over wet body (not face). The oil will penetrate very quickly, and the body can be rinsed again, or not.

– Diffusor: Follow diffusor manufacturer’s instructions, but typically add about 8 drops.

– Room Deodorizer: Add 15 drops per 2oz distilled water and spray as desired.

 

 

Lavender Essential Oil

  

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Lavender essential oil is widely known as the “universal oil” and the “all purpose oil,” due to its array of medical benefits and chakra balancing characteristics. The name lavender is derived from the Latin word lavare, meaning, “to wash,” as the oil is anti-bacterial and has a nice and clean aroma.

     A French chemist by the name Rene-Maurice Gattefosse was working in a factory and had burned his arm, with nothing around him but a large tub of lavender essential oil. By reflex, he dove his arm into the tub and discovered how relieving the oil felt on his burnt skin. Soon enough, he had also realized how quickly his burn had healed, without any scarring left behind. Gattefosse then started experimenting with not only lavender, but also all different essential oils and their therapeutic properties.

     Lavender essential oil promotes the opening of the heart and stimulation of the crown chakra, which when stimulated, one is more open to recieving the world and its wonderful gifts it has to offer. Regular use of 100% Pure Lavender Essential Oil will provide for optimal health and well-being.

 

General Information:

– Botanical Name: Lavendula Officinalis

– Botanical Family: Lamiaceae

– Derived From: Flowering Tops of Lavender Plants

– Origin: France

– Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled from the Flowers

– Aroma: Floral, Fresh, Sweet, Clean-Scent

– Physical Description: Colorless, light and thin liquid

– Blends with: Basil, Bergamot, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Clary Sage, Clove, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Geranium, Grapefruit, Honeysuckle, Juniper Berry, Lemon, Mandarin, Melissa, Myrrh, Neroli, Orange, Patchouli, Peppermint, Pine, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Spearmint, Spikenard, Tea Tree, and Vetiver.

– Reiki Charged: All of the essential oils offered by Miracle Botanicals are Reiki charged by Hope Johnson. The Lavender essential oil is charged with intent to help ultimate healing of the mind, body, and chakra balancing.

 

Indications:

– Emotions: Lavender essential oil helps to balance the emotions, as it is calming and uplifting. It greatly reduces anxiety, depression, and nervous tension. The oil has the ability to remove nervous exhaustion and mental restlessness, while increasing productive mental activity, mental ease, mood stability, concentration, and relaxation.

– Skincare: Lavender essential oil is widely used in many gels, infusions, lotions, and soaps. Lavender’s effective skincare properties include, antiseptic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial. Lavender helps to heal the skin and face from acne, wrinkles, psoriasis, and eczema. On the body, lavender is extremely effective on wounds, cuts, burns, sunburns, scars, and reducing the formation of scar tissue.

– Physical: Lavender contains a chemical component, linool, a naturally occurring terpene alcohol chemical found in many flowers and spice plants. Linool gives the essential oil its pleasant scent. This scent is a very effective insecticide and can be used to repel lice, nits, and mosquitos, as it is the main ingredient in most insect repellents. Lavender essential oil aids digestion, treats stomach pains, colic, flatulence, vomition, and diarrhea. The oil is known to improve blood circulation, lower blood pressure, and treat asthma, throat infections, sinus congestion, bronchitis, whooping cough, laryngitis, tonsillitis, flu, cough, and cold. Lastly, lavender may be used as an excellent pain remedy for sore muscles, backache, rheumatism, sprains, muscle tension, and joint pain.

For any physical pains or dis-ease, place 2-3 drops of lavender essential oil on the area experiencing the issue and gently massage. For any respiratory disorders, the oil can be inhaled through a vaporizer, or 2-3 drops can be massaged into the throat, chest, and back.

– Spiritual: Lavender essential oil is known to balance all of the 7 chakras. It is also an excellent stimulator of the conscious mind and the third eye chakra. Lavender resonates with the powerful energy of the moon and cleanses negative energies. The oil greatly increases mind, body, and spirit health, while promoting love, peace, protection, purification, and prosperity!

 

Chakras Affected:

– First Chakra: Root Chakra – Represents Courage, Passion, and Loyalty. This chakra allows one to be grounded and connected to the Earth.

– Second Chakra: Sacral Chakra – Connects Spirituality and Sexuality; Promotes Creativity and Procreation

– Third Chakra: Solar Plexus Chakra – Instills the ability to adapt to new situations and ideas, by enhancing inner strength

– Fourth Chakra: Heart Chakra – Calms and opens the heart; promotes love, compassion, and patience. Heals emotional wounds, especially sexually traumatic energies

– Fifth Chakra: Throat Chakra – Promotes sense of trust in the divine plan. Promotes clear communication with others and the Divine!

– Sixth: Third Eye – Integrates the conscious and subconscious mind

– Seventh: Crown Chakra – Invites and encourages direct communication with the Divine

 

Colors:

– Physical Flower: Purple and Blue

– Oil: Clear

– Etheric: Silver, Gold, Blue, and Green

 

Contraindications: NONE

 

Methods of Usage:

– Neat: Place a drop or two directly onto clean and intact skin. A couple drops on the wrists, shoulders, temples or neck imparts a strong woodsy and honey-like aroma. Note: Helichrysum should not be used undiluted on facial skin, and should only be used undiluted on the skin for fragrance purposes only, as it is too concentrated to be healing when used neat.

– Blended with Carrier: Use 5 drops per 1 TBL of carrier oil such as grapeseed, rosehip, jojoba or hazelnut oils, and massage over any area where you would like for healing to occur.

– Bath: Place 8 drops into 3 handfuls of bath salt and disperse, or add 8 drops to vodka or whole milk and disperse.

– Shower: Soak for at least 3 minutes in steamy shower, then with the water off or turned away from the body, allow 5-7 drops to fall in the palm of the hand and distribute all over wet body (not face). The oil will penetrate very quickly, and the body can be rinsed again, or not.

– Diffusor: Follow diffusor manufacturer’s instructions, but typically add about 8 drops.

– Room Deodorizer: Add 15 drops per 2oz distilled water and spray as desired.

Throat Chakra!

The fifth spiraling energy center in our being is the Throat Chakra. The Sanskrit name for this chakra is “Vishuddha,” which means, “Purity.” The fifth chakra is the first chakra that focuses on the spiritual plane, in a form of faith and understanding, for when it is open and balanced, the chakra syncs the powers of our heart, our personal domain, and our mind, our physical domain.The fifth chakra contributes to an understanding of the power of choice, as this power makes up every aspect of our lives. The power of our choices is highly connected with faith, in that we make our choices with either faith in our fears or faith in the Divine. Through this faith and choice connection, we hold the power of creation itself!

Location

The Throat Chakra is located in the back of the throat, which is associated with the neck, jaw, ears, teeth, upper lungs, gums, mouth, esophagus, and the thyroid gland. The throat is the main center of our telepathic and verbal communication. Communication is done through self-expression, not only that of our own, but also through others’ expressions, in which the aspect of “listening to what others have to offer” is an important part of a balanced throat chakra. Due to the fifth chakra’s location of between the mind and the heart energies, it is important to make decisions uniting the energies of the heart and the mind, in order to understand and break through any patterns of wanting change but fearing the change at the same time. When making choices using both of the head and heart energies, without any judgments (fear) or expectations, we are putting our faith into the Divine and living in our Truth, which will allow healing, empowerment, and more of what is wanted out of life!

Governs

The throat chakra governs our ability to make decisions both mentally and emotionally, by acting as a bridge between the Heart chakra (love and forgiveness) and the third eye chakra (thoughts and mental energy.) The fifth chakra gives the ability to listen to our inner voice as well as the voice of compassion and wisdom, known as the Divine voice. Through understanding and trusting the combining of our inner voice and the Divine voice, we are able to live freely from judgment and fear. This act is known as living in our Inner Truth (intuition), meaning we will no longer have a need for enoforcing any beliefs or opinions onto others, as we may speak our truth with compassion and confidence, so as not to threaten others by personal beliefs and opinions. Through this Inner Truth, we can live in personal power with confidence and consciousness, all achieved through our thoughts and emotions!

Essential Oils to Balance the Throat Chakra

Support Inner Power, Confidence, and Strength

Rose

Jasmine

Rosewood

Neroli

Ylang Ylang

Frankincense

Sandalwood

Open up to the Hearing of Divine Wisdom

Sandalwood

Frankincence

Lavender

Neroli

Soothe Sore Throat

Eucalyptus

Sandalwood

Frankincense

Tea Tree

Lavender

Clary Sage

Oral Care

Peppermint

Eucalyptus

Myrrh

Clove

Lemon

Tea Tree

Soothe Ear Aches and Infections

Helichrysum

Lavender

Tea Tree

Neroli

Heart Chakra!

The fourth spiraling energy center in our being is the Heart Chakra. The Sanskrit name for this chakra is “Anahata,” which means, “stillness.” The heart chakra is in the middle of all the chakras and is our main emotional center. When the heart chakra is balanced, it is able to help propel our emotional development by recognizing that love is the most powerful energy we have and by learning how to embrace this energy.

 

Location

The Heart Chakra is located in our heart center, which is in the center of the chest and just between the shoulder blades, slightly above our physical heart. Since this energy center is located in the middle of the other chakras, the higher and lower chakra energies are integrated at the heart chakra. Therefore, when the fourth chakra is balanced, one will have more compassionate and positive emotional perceptions through all other chakras, allowing a great improvement in the quality of life.

 

Governs

The Heart Chakra governs our ability to unconditionally love. With this ability, we are able to accept and appreciate any challenges we are faced with, and understand that they will contribute to our conscious evolution. As the first three chakras focus on our loving connection with the physical world, the fourth chakra focuses on our loving connection with ourselves based on our feelings of our own thoughts and emotions. The most physical and spiritual act to improve our feelings about thoughts and emotions is forgiveness. Forgiveness is one of the most effective ways to love and nurture yourself. By forgiving yourself, as well as others for the past or the present, emotional healing begins. Attaching to emotional wounds involving others may only hurt ourselves, as they are our personal emotions, therefore, forgiveness and release of the attachments to these emotional wounds will allow us to be free of the pain and suffering by acting out divine love and compassion!

 

Essential Oils to Balance the Heart Chakra

Balance love of self and others

Rose

Geranium

Palmarosa

Neroli

Melissa

Rosewood

Chamomile

Ylang Ylang

Angelica

Jasmine

Calm Circulatory System

Rose

Chamomile

Ylang Ylang

Jasmine

Melissa

Neroli

Lavender

Angelica

Balance and Calm Respiratory System

Eucalyptus

Peppermint

Rosemary

Rose

Chamomile

Sandalwood

Frankincense

Helichrysum Essential Oil

 

 

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Helichrysum essential oil has been known as one of the most sacred oils of all time. The French synonym of helichrysum is Immortelle, which means everlasting, as it is used throughout Europe for many medicinal and healing purposes.

Helichrysum is known to open the heart and clear old emotional wounds and suffering.

Helichrysum is regarded as a sacred and spiritual oil due to its ability to assist an emotionally exhausted and debilitated mind, as it is a releaser of Chi throughout the mind and body. Thus allowing Helichrysum to help one release the deepest of repressed emotions, restoring love, freedom, and compassion to the eternal soul.

 

General Information:

– Botanical Name: Helichrysum Italicum

– Botanical Family: Asteraceae

– Derived From: Helichrysum Flowers

– Origin: Morocco

– Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled from the flowers

– Aroma: Woodsy, Spicy, Strong, Honey-like

– Physical Description: Thick consistency, transparent, orange-red color

– Blends with: Bergamot, Chamomile, Clary Sage, Geranium, FrankincenseLavender, Lime, MandarinNeroli, Oakmoss, Orange, Petitgrain, RoseRosewood, Sage, Yarrow, Ylang-Ylang

– Reiki Charged: All of the essential oils offered by Miracle Botanicals are Reiki charged by Hope Johnson. The Helichrysum essential oil offered here has been charged with the intent to connect the mind, body, and spirit.

Helichrysum is extracted through steam distillation of the fresh flowers. The oil comes out to a deep orange-red color and it’s aroma is very woodsy, spicy, honey-like, and extremely strong. The Helichrysum plants can grow up to 2 feet tall and are brightly colored, daisy-like flowers.

Please note that there are many different types of Helichrysum flowers, however, only the Helichrysum italicum is used for aromatherapy purposes.

 

Indications:

– Emotions: Helichrysum is made up of the chemical components of alcohols and esters, which help one to be calm and relaxed, thus being a very effective stress reliever. Helichrysum contains the highest amount of Neryl Acetate, a serotinum, which greatly helps with the assist of deep emotional work; encourages spirituality; opens the heart and clears old emotional wounds and suffering; clears mental exhaustion; restores love and compassions; connects the mind, body, and spirit.

– Skincare: Used to treat dermatitis, eczema, and inflammation. Helichrysum contains a high concentration of di-ketones, which are compounds containing two carbonyl groups, which assists greatly with inflammation and regeneration of cells. Thus allowing Helichrysum to heal wounds, scar tissue, and aged scar tissue.

– Physical: Helichrysum contains a compound called Hepatic, which detoxes the liver, allowing release of congestion, neutralized effects of nicotine and caffeine, and helps cure herpes. Helichrysum is also used for arthritis, rheumatism, asthma, and muscular aches and pains. One of the main components of Helichrysum is serotinum, which includes a high level of Neryl Acetate. Neryl Acetate gives the oil its anti-spasmodic properties, which allows muscle relaxing, as well as muscular knot releasing effects. Helichrysum also contains curcumenes, which are potent inflammates that help release inflammation as well as heavy metals throughout the body.

Helichrysum essential oil, applied to an open wound stop bleeding very quickly and encourages rapid healing. It’s also great for sunburned skin. Blend 2-5 drops per tsp of jojoba or other very emollient carrier oil and apply often.

– Spiritual: Releases deep and subtle emotional trauma, allowing patience and relaxation; Stimulates right side of the brain, increasing creativity; increases dream activity; when used in meditation, it encourages spirituality and personal growth.

 

Chakras Affected:

– First Chakra: Represents Courage, Passion, and Loyalty. This chakra allows one to be grounded and connected to the Earth.

– Second Chakra: Connects Spirituality and Sexuality; Promotes Creativity and Procreation

– Third Chakra: Solar Plexus Chakra instills the ability to adapt to new situations and ideas, by enhancing inner strength

– Fifth Chakra: Calms and opens the heart; promotes love, compassion, and patience. Heals emotional wounds, especially sexually traumatic energies

 

Colors:

– Physical Flower: Red, Orange, and Yellow

– Oil: Red, Orange, and Yellow

– Etheric: Yellow, Blue, Orange, and Red

 

Contraindications: Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

 

Methods of Usage:

– Neat: Place a drop or two directly onto clean and intact skin. A couple drops on the wrists, shoulders, temples or neck imparts a strong woodsy and honey-like aroma. Note: Helichrysum should not be used undiluted on facial skin, and should only be used undiluted on the skin for fragrance purposes only, as it is too concentrated to be healing when used neat.

– Blended with Carrier: Use 5 drops per 1 TBL of carrier oil such as grapeseed, rosehip, jojoba or hazelnut oils, and massage over any area where you would like for healing to occur.

– Bath: Place 8 drops into 3 handfuls of bath salt and disperse, or add 8 drops to vodka or whole milk and disperse.

– Shower: Soak for at least 3 minutes in steamy shower, then with the water off or turned away from the body, allow 5-7 drops to fall in the palm of the hand and distribute all over wet body (not face). The oil will penetrate very quickly, and the body can be rinsed again, or not.

– Diffusor: Follow diffusor manufacturer’s instructions, but typically add about 8 drops.

– Room Deodorizer: Add 15 drops per 2oz distilled water and spray as desired.

Technique to Release Emotional and Physical Scars of a Painful Past:

Come into a cross-legged pose, or sit in a chair with your back straight and feet on the floor. Center your self by paying attention to your breath, with the intention to relax and release. Let 2 drops of Pure Helichrysum essential oil (or diluted to your taste) fall in the palm of your hand, then bring your hands together at your heart and gently rub the palms together.

Stop rubbing the palms together, and then deeply inhale the aroma while you keep re-directing your attention back to the breath for about a minute. Then move your arms out to the sides – level with the shoulders – with your palms facing straight up.

Breathe long and deep while you hold your arms out to the sides. Do it for as long as you can, and don’t be afraid to challenge yourself!

When you can’t hold your arms up any longer, bend your elbows and slowly bring your arms in to the side. Then sit quietly and meditate for at least another minute.