Pure Essential Oil Diffuser Blend to Enhance Memory.
This pack consists of:
1 bottle Rosemary Pure Essential Oil 15ml
1 bottle Lavender Pure Essential Oil 15ml
1 bottle Tangerine Pure Essential Oil 15ml
Each 15ml of Essential Oi makes around 300 drops.
Diffuser Blend To Enhance Memory and Concentration:
4 drops Rosemary Oil
2 drops Lavender Oil
2 drops Tangerine Oil
Mix well using a glass bottle. Pour blended oil in a diffuser with the right amount of water as specified by the diffuser manufacturer.
Research indicates that inhaling rosemary oil helps prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine, a brain chemical important for thinking, concentration and memory.
Some research looked at how the smell of rosemary affects cognition. Participants were exposed to the aroma of rosemary while performing visual processing tasks and serial subtraction tasks. With higher amounts of the rosemary aroma, both speed and accuracy in the tasks increased.
Other research suggests that breathing rosemary and other essential oils may improve brain function in older adults with dementia, including those with Alzheimer’s disease.
Lavender essential oil is known for its ability to promote a calm and relaxing mindset, which can help to improve focus and concentration indirectly. By calming nervousness and reducing stress, Lavender oil can help to promote clearer thinking and improved concentration. The relaxing qualities of lavender oil can help those with an overactive mind or ADHD to reduce hyperactivity and focus on what is important at hand.
Tangerine Oil has calming effect. It works as a relaxing agent by soothing agitated nerves. It also reduces tension as well as emotional imbalances. It also works as a sedative by relieving anxiety, depression and nervousness.
This recommended blend is based on research and personal experiences of essential oil experts like Robert Tisserand and other certified aromatherapists, which are available online. This is not to be taken as medical advice. You can make your own research on the benefits of essential oils mentioned.
We do not recommend the ingestion of essential oils. Pregnant and nursing women must seek the advice of a health care practitioner before using essential oils. Those taking prescription drugs are also advised to seek medical consultation prior to use.