Frankincense has been used for thousands of years to awaken the spirit and balance the mind. In meditation practices, it allows for deeper breaths that increase mental awareness and restoration of calmness and peace.
Bursera Graveolens, known in Spanish as Palo Santo (“holy wood”) is a wild tree from Latin America. It is used for crafting objects and to produce burning sticks and incense and is part of the citrus family with sweet notes of pine, mint, and lemon. Palo Santo also helps with concentration during meditation.
The sweetly woody, balsamic distillate has been a constituent of incense and perfumes since biblical times. Some claim that this is the myrrh to which the Song of Solomon referred. It has found aromatic applications outside of perfumery, in cases of stress, depression, minor pain, inflammation, skin issues, and in respiratory complaints. The effects are peaceful, calming, and deeply meditative.
Cheer also includes:
Cedarwood, Clove, Douglas Fir, Galangal, Ginger, Peppermint & Sandalwood
Cheer MONQ spans across the globe with essential oils from 5 continents.
Enjoy the characteristically “winter” essential oils in Cheer that can bring back memories of the holiday season spent with family and friends. This sense of nostalgia can harness the power of scents to induce real-life emotional and physical reactions through the use of aromatherapy.
Essential oils for this season should work to prevent the two major problems of winter: the flu and the down feeling that less natural light can bring. Choosing the right essential oil to feel better can be the reason you spend the holidays enjoying your family and friends while feeling great.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression also known as winter depression or seasonal depression that comes and goes with the seasons, starting and ending about the same time every year. Use essential oils to uplift your spirit, reduce fatigue, improve focus, alleviate stress, and more to help fight S.A.Dness.