I was at the airport a few weeks ago and enviously watched a woman apply an aromatherapy mixture to her wrists, neck, and face before takeoff. I thought it was genius that she brought everything with her to help calm her nerves before flying.
There are so many times during the day when an essential oil lift would be welcome- during a stressful commute, when you’re waiting in line, when you’re about to give a presentation, take a test or find yourself in a stressful situation. Lavender is my go-to scent. It calms me down when I’m feeling frazzled.
As a way to keep essential oils closeby Goddess Garden created an aromatherapy bracelet to allow essential oils to travel with you throughout the day.
How an aromatherapy bracelet works
Aromatherapy bracelets allow you to enjoy the benefits of essential oils, with the added boost of energetic stones and symbolic charms to help you stay on track. Goddess Garden created five blends and three bracelets to chose from.
I have the Serenity Aromatherapy Bracelet and I love it. This bracelet works like a diffuser, using porous lava rock to capture and carry the scent of the essential oils. I was drawn to this bracelet because of the hamsa, a hand-shaped symbol that brings happiness, luck, health, good fortune, and protection.
If you’re new to essential oils (like me!) it can feel a little overwhelming. There are rows of tiny bottles, all with suggestions and warnings. And let’s not forget the fact that some scents don’t play well with others! The Goddess Garden aromatherapy bracelet takes the guesswork out of using essential oils and makes aromatherapy error proof. All the blends work well alone or combined with other blends, and all blends coordinate with the bracelets. With both stones and oils, you’re drawn toward what you need the most. I’m going to be flying quite a bit over the next few months and my bracelet will be coming with me.
If you’re looking for a great gift this could be the answer.
Do you use essential oils? Do you bring them when you travel?
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