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Natural Stimulants and Aromatherapy
Angelica Root is a natural stimulant. It is to be avoided however by both pregnant women and those suffering from Diabetes, due to the fact that it increases sugar in the urine. However, for people in otherwise good health, Angelica Root is a wonderful herb that can increase energy and stamina naturally. Because Angelica Root is a natural stimulant, it also has expectorant properties and is very beneficial to those who are suffering from coughs, respiratory ailments, and chest congestion. Taking one ounce of the root and steeping it with one pint of boiling water make an infusion of Angelica Root. The infusion may be taken internally. As for the essential oil, it may be blended with Patchouli, Sage, Citrus based oils, and Frankincense. You can blend Patchouli and Angelica Root for a quick pick me up perfume fragrance that will revitalize the senses and stimulate circulation.
Bayberry is another herb that is well regarded for its stimulant properties. All parts of the
Bayberry plant have been used in herbal remedies including the flowers, seeds, roots, and leaves.
Bayberry has been effectively used in treating coughs, jaundice, and diarrhea. The scent of
Bayberry is strong and reminiscent of Pine. Bayberry candles are a wonderful choice in Aromatherapy
scents to revitalize and reenergize your mind and spirit.
Because Peppermint is a stimulant, it helps clear mental confusion and fatigue. Peppermint is also very aromatic and is often an ingredient in many Aromatherapy recipes. Peppermint Oil blends well with Black Pepper, Fennel, Ginger, and Rosemary, all of which are other stimulants so bear this in mind when blending oils. A massage with Peppermint blended oil will stimulate circulation. Peppermint oil may be irritating to the skin if used in large amounts, so if you are adding Peppermint oil or a blend to massage oil or to your bathwater, make sure that you add a very small amount of oil, and test first.
From Angelica Root to Citronella Ceylon
to Magnolia Flower
to Ravensara Aromatica
to Sandalwood Mysore
and every oil inbetween, if you are looking for a particular Essential Oil!
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