Dr. I’s clinical findings support:*adrenal & stress support
*low energy, fatigue and weakness
*mood balance (sadness)
*mood balance (compulsive, irritable)
*mood balance (fear, worry, nervousness)
*sex hormone health (female & male)
*female associated symptom support
*brain and nerve health
*bone health (repair and rebuild)
*bug bite/bee sting neutralization
sweet, citrusy, spicy, light, pleasant
calming, balancing, centering, focusing, warming, nurturing, loving, serene, gentle
As the name implies, these plants have been used by healers and traditional herbalists for calming the body and bringing peace to the mind. Especially beneficial for palpitations, elevated blood pressure, nervous stomach, “butterflies” and all symptoms associated with stress, and nervousness. They have also used it to soften pain and promote restful sleep.
Herbalists have used the plants historically for balancing the adrenal glands to cope with stress and sex hormones to support people in states of fight-or-flight leading to burn-out exhaustion. Some of these plants have been used for their ability to balance estrogen and progesterone and assist women with irregular and painful periods and other PMS symptoms.
These plants are also well received for their benefit to clean and hydrate the skin and tighten against wrinkles, aging and scarring.
Bring Nature's Breezes to you:
Topical: Use as a perfume or apply to bottoms of feet with a carrier oil for aromatherapy.
Aromatic: Diffuse anywhere offensive odors, mold, microbes or dust mites are found.
Tip: Add to the washing machine, dryer, or directly inside shoes to neutralize odors.
Historical & Spiritual use:
Sweet orange was noted for its ability to bring peace, happiness and spiritual guidance. The orange is long held to be a symbol of innocence and fertility.
Lavender has been used to calm the body and uplift the spirit and it was traditionally associated with love and is thought to help attract a mate. Jars of lavender were found in King Tut’s tomb.
Fennel is believed to make one wiser and improve the memory. In classical myth, Dionysus, the god of intoxication and mystery, is said to have created his wand from a giant fennel plant.
Nutmeg is celebrated in winter festivals and was used in both love magic and charms to aid in obtaining money and other material goals.