Don’t Panic

Are you looking for home remedies for anxiety? Would you like to stop anxiety attacks? My product is therefore the one for you. Essential oils can help to manage and prevent anxiety in so many ways. They contain properties that are documented to relax and uplift your spirit in many ways. They immediately penetrate cell membranes and diffuse throughout the blood and tissues instantly in a matter of seconds. They cross the brain-blood barrier and reach the amygdale (emotional centre) and other limbic parts of the brain. The amygdale also can influence the hypothalamus which is our hormonal centre. It easily penetrates the skin and can be carried throughout the blood and tissues within minutes!
Panic attacks are the result of anxiety disorder, in which the body prepares itself to deal with an emergency situation at the wrong time. The body begins to produce additional adrenaline, the muscles tense and heartbeat and breathing become more rapid. The panic attacks are often triggered by stress (conscious or unconscious), caffeine, foods, emotions, drugs or illness. Or just come in the most inappropriate times.
Everyone’s body chemistry is different. So what may be best for one person may not be best for another. The rub addresses the emotional, physical stress and panic attacks. It has sedative properties.
This formula is designed to bring down your stress level, anxiety and relaxes you. But this is not the only solution; I believe diet plays a very important part as well. Eliminate caffeine and eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables. Take some colloidal mineral supplements as well as some exercise. Speak to a Doctor, Dietician or a Naturopath, Biochemist to put you on the right road. Below are some of the ingredients in the rub.
Lavender is gentle and soothing and calming. The aroma will allow the mind to relax, and will help you fall asleep. Scientific evidence suggests that aromatherapy with lavender may slow the activity of the nervous system, improve sleep quality, promote relaxation, and lift mood in people suffering from sleep disorders. Studies also suggest that massage with essential oils, particularly lavender, may result in improved sleep quality, more stable mood, better concentration, and reduced anxiety. In one recent study, people who received massage with lavender felt less anxious. In Germany lavender has been approved to use a type of specie of lavender as a tea for insomnia, restlessness, and nervous stomach irritations.
Bergamot and Orange oil lifts the spirit up, eases tension is relatively relaxing it is great for treatment for people that are depressed. It is phototoxic and the skin needs to avoid exposer to the sun or UV rays for least 2 hours before going out.
Clary Sage – can be used for nervous tension, stress, depression, anxiety, insomnia and menopause. It is particularly effective to help ease depression and create a more positive outlook on life and can also help to boost the creative side and intuition.
Ylang Ylang promotes calmness, and reduces stress, making it a good option for unwinding and de-stressing at the end of a long day.
Chamomile is a natural anti-depressant; it relaxes the nerves and conditions the central nervous system functioning properly and in good health. It is good at relaxing the nervous system, which reduces panic attacks and muscle tension.
Vetiver has been used throughout in many different cultures for many different reasons from its healing abilities to ceremonies. In India and Sri Lanka it is known as the oil of tranquillity.
Geranium helps balance mood and relieve stressful thinking.
Lemon Balm Oil – The herb is used for nervous agitation. It helps high blood pressure, mood disorders and palpitations. It relaxes muscles and has a sedative action on the nervous system.
Bluebell Essence – Helps with fear.
Bush Fuschia – It allows for balance between the logical/rational and the intuitive/creative. It helps if you feel switched off. If you feel nervous doing public speaking. Helps if you feel clumsy.
Crowea Essence – For people who are feeling ‘not quite right’ with themselves and are just a little out of balance.
Jacaranda – Jacaranda is for those who dither, are ‘all over the place’ and are always changing their mind. It helps if you feel rushed.
Waratah – It gives them the strength and courage to cope with their crisis and will bring their survival skills to the fore. It is for emergencies and great challenges.
Fringed Violet – for people who are drained by others or those who unconsciously absorb the physical and emotional imbalances of others. It releases shock from the body.
Grey Spider Flower – Deals with extreme terror, especially terror experienced in life-threatening situations. It deals with panic and nightmares. It restores faith and trust.
The information presented in the brochure is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition nor to replace the advice or care of a qualified health professional.