The Importance of Scent

November 23, 2015

Scent is a powerful healing tool to have in our tool kit. Lavendar can soothes us, peppermint can energize us and sandlewood has therapuetic properties all it's own.

 

Synergy Institute will be holding a class on December 5 to teach you how to make your own personal perfumes from different oils. You can choose scents which will merely be pleasant, or you can choose some that will help with energy and healing.

 

Today, we are going to talk about spearmint oil and it's healing properties. While the oil of the spearmint plant is similar to that of peppermint oil, it’s softening sweetness make it an excellent oil to use when caring for children. Though both oils contain menthol, spearmint essential oil is less intense by nature.

 

As an antispasmodic, spearmint oil can be used for muscle spasms and is effective with relaxing coughs while easing nausea and the nervous system. The oil of spearmint can also aid with digestion disorders and can be used topically, externally or internally. Another amazing quality of spearmint oil is that it has antiseptic qualities making it a great wound healer.

 

Another gift from mother nature, spearmint oil has the ability to increase circulation, stimulating the brain and feeding the nervous system. Due to this fact, spearmint oil becomes an even greater ally by increasing the strength of the immune system. It allows the body to naturally detox itself while priming the circulatory pump. When it is used in this capacity, the cells of the brain get fed and healthy brain function is supported.

 

This amazing plant offers us the complete properties of a disinfectant. This means it can  be used as an antifungal, antiviral and antibacterial in or outside the body. As a supporter of overall health and well being, spearmint essential oil is a ‘must have’ in your holistic survival kit.

 

We are looking forward to helping you blend your very own special scents next weekend.

 

 

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