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Sleep Essential Oils

Sleep is one of the fundamental needs of us all. Sleep oils can help. All of our Artisan Aromatics brand essential oils are therapeutic quality – 100% pure & natural. Our Artisan Aromatics brand sleep oils are the absolute best oils available anywhere, carefully sourced from around the world. Not only are our Artisan sleep oils therapeutic quality but they are incredibly fresh and potent because we custom bottle each order in our shop in North Carolina, USA. Same or next day shipping for most orders – we ship worldwide.

Ten Sleep Essential Oils

sleep oils

  1. Lavender
  2. Geranium
  3. Clary Sage
  4. Lemon
  5. Rose
  6. Sandalwood
  7. Marjoram
  8. Bergamot
  9. Roman Chamomile
  10. Blue Chamomile

10 Essential Oil Sleep Articles

Bottled by Hand in USA

  1. Aromatherapy and Emotions
  2. Clary Sage
  3. Relaxing Clary Bath
  4. Geranium Bliss
  5. Rose Geranium
  6. No Worries
  7. Six Types of Lavender
  8. Lavender Comfort Blend
  9. Lavender Good Night Blend
  10. Essential Oils for Insomnia

We also offer a great Essential Oil Aromatherapy Sleep Blend – also available as Sleep Body Oil

Want to make your own? Follow the steps in our Sleep Oil Recipe

For more info on who we are / what we do, please visit our page: About Us.

Please note: We do not sell oils that are intended for ingestion. Internal use of essential oils is simply not a good idea no matter what some sales representative or MLM agent might tell you. Read more about the Safe and Effective Use of Essential Oils.

Here’s More Information About Sleep Oils

Links to some other articles on natural remedies for sleep

mind-body – create better sleep

essential oils – relief for disrupted sleep

improve sleep quality

improve sleep quality & quality of life

aromatherapy – using essential oils

relieve symptoms of stress & anxiety symptoms

aromatherapy to help with depressive symptoms

aromatherapy effective in reducing stress and depression


anxiety reduction

depression – beneficial effects

Lavender can help with pain relief

aromatherapy – using lavender oil

Lavender – sedative effects

lavender – effectiveness for sleep


Vanilla – sedative effects

Vanilla – lower blood pressure


valerian’s benefits – sleep & stress


jasmine – sleep benefits


sandalwood – easing anxiety symptoms

sandalwood – sedative effects

increase alertness

body relaxation


lemon – improve sleep quality

Lemon essential oil

Here are more suggestions from Dr. Breus:

“How to use essential oils for sleep and relaxation

Many of my patients are interested in using essential oils for better sleep, but they’re not sure how. Here are some simple guidelines to get you started:

Add oil to your bath. This is a great way to get the relaxation and sleep benefits of aromatherapy while also taking advantage of the sleep-promoting effects of a warm soak. Put several drops of your favorite oil into your bathwater, and schedule your soaking time for 90 minutes to an hour before your bedtime.

Use a diffuser. Diffusers will disperse oils into the air in your room. Typically, you add water and oil, in amounts set by the manufacturer. Follow their instructions.

Make your own mist. You can combine essential oil and water in a spray bottle or atomizer and spray around your room, or give a light mist to your bed linens. I recommend spraying the underside of your pillow to avoid any skin irritation. For every ½ cup of water, use 4-5 drops of essential oil, or less if the scent is too strong.

Apply to the body directly. Some people find it soothing to apply essential oils to pressure points, like the wrists or behind the ears, or use oils to give themselves a light self-massage. (Massage for–or from–your bed partners work great, too!) Essential oils in undiluted form are highly concentrated and intense, and can irritate your skin. DO NOT APPLY undiluted essential oil to your skin. If you’re planning to use essential oils topically on your body, be sure you’re buying an already diluted oil—a mixture of the fragrant essential oil of your choice and a carrier oil (often a vegetable oil).

As you’re using essential oils, pay attention to how you feel. Scent is a highly individual experience. Each of us react to smells differently. The right scents for your relaxation and sleep are the ones that make you feel relaxed and sleepy! You may need to experiment with different oils before you find the right one for your nightly routine. If a scent makes you feel alert and awake, it is NOT the right one for sleep. But you can use it in the morning to help get you rolling into your day.”

Links to more info and Recommended Books on Aromatherapy and Essential Oils.

Joie Power, Ph.D.

Joie Power, Ph.D.

Dr. Power is a retired neuropsychologist with a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia. She was an Assistant Professor of Surgery/Neurosurgery at the Medical College of Georgia before entering private practice and has over 20 years of clinical experience in inpatient and outpatient settings. She is both a student and practitioner of alternative healing methods, including herbal studies, aromatherapy, and Chinese Medicine. Her training in the olfactory and limbic systems of the brain gives her a unique qualification for understanding the actions of essential oils and she is an internationally known writer and teacher in the field of aromatherapy. Her approach to aromatherapy weaves together her solid scientific training and strong clinical skills with a holistic philosophy that honors body, mind and spirit. Read Full Bio

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