Be Calm Oil Blend
Be Calm Oil Blend for Meditation & Relaxation of Body & Mind
This beautiful blend of floral and citrus notes is deepened by our exquisite frankincense essential oil from Somalia. Be Calm Essential Oil Blend is a combination of 100% Pure Essential Oils that have been reported by aromatherapists to help promote relaxation and assist in dealing with stress. Take a deep breath, exhale and allow feelings of calm and ease to replace the tensions of the day with the Aroma of Be Calm Aromatherapy Blend.
How to Use Be Calm Oil Blend
This product is ready to use in a diffuser or aromatherapy locket or can be added to a bath by diluting up to 8 drops in a tablespoon of vegetable oil or jojoba and gently stirring into the warm water ( be careful, the tub will be slick!). Before applying to the skin, Be Calm Essential Oil Blend needs to be diluted in vegetable oil or jojoba oil to a maximum concentration of 2.5% (add 23 drops of the blend to one ounce of vegetable oil or jojoba oil).
Safety Issues and Tips
Essential oils that have been described by aromatherapists as calming might possibly encourage drowsiness while driving so we don’t recommend this blend for use in the car or before driving (Note: drivers may become drowsy even if the blend was applied only to a passenger in the vehicle). Also see General Safety Considerations in the box below.
- Frankincense Essential Oil
- Geranium Essential Oil
- Lavender Essential Oil
- Mandarin Yellow Essential Oil
- Marjoram Essential Oil
Our Essential Oil Blends are formulated using pure essential oils. They can be used as-is in a diffuser, bath, or aromatherapy locket but should be diluted before application to the skin. To purchase the same formula in a form that is pre-diluted and ready-to-use on the skin, go to our Massage Oils page where you’ll find almost all of our Essential Oil Blend formulas pre-diluted to 2.5% in our signature massage base (a combination of Sweet Almond oil, Grapeseed oil and Jojoba). Available in 4oz or 8oz bottles.
If you’re interested, I’ve found Wiki to be a good source for general information including some on essential oils.Essential Oil Safety Considerations