Aromatherapy Astrology And The Best Essential Oils For Aquarius Season…
Natalie Delahaye Gives Us Cosmic Insight On Stellar Scents For The Water Bearer...
Let’s look to the stars for answers! As a complementary therapy, we can work with aromatherapy, with recommended blends for different seasons.
It is the circulation, blood and nervous system that is Aquarius ruled. The part of the body associated with Aquarius is the ankles and calves. The Water bearers can suffer from poor circulation, varicose veins, strains, leg and ankle cramps.
Aquarius is a fixed air sign, who spends a lot of time in the realm of the mind. They exert lots of energy mentally, and often have problems sleeping, so they need to make sure they restore and recharge.
Ginger helps to bring you to find balance through connecting you to your root chakra.
It’s great for circulation and mental fatigue as well as being emotionally uplifting and warming. It is a powerful aphrodisiac too.
- Add 3 drops to your bath for a restorative bathing experience.
- Create a warming, energizing massage blend by adding a drop of ginger and petitgrain to your base oil.
Neroli is the classic anti-stress remedy for Aquarius.
Not only is it an exquisite scent when worn as a perfume but is a powerful nerve tonic that has an uplifting effect spiritually and mentally. As a sleep aid, add to your base oil and pay special attention to Aquarius ruled ankles and legs. As an alternative, you can use citrus oil Petitgrain, which has similar effects to Neroli.
Cinnamon is an ancient spice with analgesic and protective properties. It is good for heart health and circulation, making this is a perfect essential oil for Aquarius.
It is a wonderful essential oil for your diffuser or oil burner, with its immune-boosting properties.
Instructions and Safety!
There are many ways to absorb essential oils. You can either use a diffuser, add up to 5 drops to bath or have an Aromatherapy Massage. I suggest using 10 drops to every 40ml carrier oil for a massage.
Always do a skin test for oils you’ve never used, in the unlikely event of an allergy. To do this, add a drop to the back of your wrist, via a cotton bud, apply a plaster and wait for 24 hours.
There are some oils that are fine to use during pregnancy, though lots of them aren’t. Please check before use and do not ingest or apply the oils neat…