Stress Away Essential Oil

This blend smells like heaven, or at least what I hope heaven will smell like! Stress Away – it doesn’t get more explanatory than that! I am sure you can list about ten situations in the last week where this one would have come in handy.

Wonder how you can use Young Living Stress Away essential oil in your home? Let’s start a list:

#1: You can add 2-3 drops to your wrists for an exotic perfume.

#2: I put 5- 10 drops in Epsom salt and combine it with warm water in my bath. Simply the best!

#3: When things begin to get a bit crazy in our house, I open the lid and just smell it. The aroma is crazy good!

#4: It is a great one to put in your diffuser. I will drop a few drops into my diffuser, especially in the evening hours.

#5: I put a few drops on my wool dryer balls. I love to use dryer balls instead of toxic dryer sheets.

#6: It is perfect for occasional tension or anxiety. Either diffuse or inhale directly from the bottle or a diffuser necklace.

#7: I put it on a cotton ball and place it in my car to smell the aroma. Even when we are just doing normal errands around town. But it works even better for long car rides.

#8: This one is great to make a spray bottle mist. Just some water and some drops of oil in a glass bottle and spray as an air freshener or linen spray.

#9: You can easily massage into your feet before bed.

#10: This is my go-to gift for teachers and friends. I always have some in my stash.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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