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Panic Attacks

Lemongrass

(Cymbopogon flexuosus)
May support healthy digestion, tone, connective tissues, ligaments, blood vessels and lymph flow.

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Palo Santo

(Bursera graveolens) also known as Holy Wood
Traditionally used to ease nervous tension, to support healthy lung function and for minor coughs, aches and pain.

 

 

 

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Peaceful

A beautiful, calming and uplifting blend to soothe stress and promote restful sleep.
** Peaceful Spray instructions on detail page**

 

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Relax

This relaxing blend may ease minor stress and nervous tension.

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Strength

This uplifting and calming blend may also soothe pain and discomfort associated with bruises, fractures, sprains, joints and back injury. Available without carrier (see Size/Price).

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Sunshine

A lovely blend of oils to bring a little ray of Sunshine to your day. It may soothe nervous tension and clear the mind.

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Panic Attacks

Panic Attacks and Anxiety Linked to Low Vitamin B6 and Iron Levels

Dr. David Jernigan, Hansa Center: POS and its Correction

Perchon/Cantele suggest these single oils for Panic Attacks:
Basil
Bergamot
Clary Sage
Lavender
Marjoram
Melissa
Rosemary
Ylang Ylang

Testimonies
1. I use Strength and Relax for panic attacks. - Lee

2. I find that my favorite oils can help when I'm in an anxiety attack. Lemongrass is one of my favorites, and it helps a lot. - Stef

3. Peaceful is my go-to blend for panic/anxiety issues. - Allyson

4.When I'm struggling with anxiety, Sweet Orange helps a lot. For overwhelming stress, I reach for Basil ct linalool. Exercise also helps to balance emotions/hormones. - Teresa

5. When I have a panic episode, I use Relax, Sunshine and White Shield multiple times daily from roll-on applicators. I apply these to my chest, neck, wrists and will also apply White Shield to my shoulders and Relax on my temples. I also love to diffuse Serenity . . . Ohhhhh my! This definitely helps me. - Amanda

6. Peaceful helps me tremendously when I have a panic attack or experience stress. - Deida

7. Palo Santo works great for me during panic attacks. - Lynsey

8. I agree with Lynsey, I reach for Palo Santo when I have panic/anxiety issues. - Lorinda

9. Bergamot is my favorite for panic attacks. - Sheryl

10. When I'm really stressed and on the verge of a panic attack or anxiety meltdown, I use either Lavender or Frankincense, and then I get on my stationary exercise bike and pedal for 45 minutes. This combo seems to help. - Adriana

11. Adagio helps me face the storm of an anxiety attack. - Bonnie

12 .My mother's MD suggested that panic attacks might be related to A-fib issues, which is due to low magnesium and/or potassium levels, so dark, leafy greens, bananas, coconut water are good choices along with a long soak in Epsom salts or magnesium chloride flakes. Magnesium oil is beneficial as well - Adriana

13. I had severe anxiety, chest pain, nervous feelings and so on. I found out that I had dramatic ups and downs with my adrenals. They are staying low now, but I used Vitality when I was the worst. It helped some, but I think pairing it with complete sugar elimination was the best thing I could have done. All my severe anxiety is gone, and the little that I get here or there is totally manageable with a drop of Relax or Peaceful, B12, breathing and prayer. - Marti

14. I had severe anxiety panic issues. I really like Peaceful. I support my adrenals with adequate vitamin C, B complex, omega 3, and magnesium. I am lactose intolerant and I take supplemental calcium (with vitamin K) or I get more jittery and twitchy. Sometimes food sensitivities can put a person who tends toward anxiety right over the edge. I cannot tolerate caffeine, sugar, processed foods, corn, gluten or dairy most of the time. Also you might want to avoid high glutamate foods and see what happens. Some people are very sensitive to glutamate which can rev up anxiety. Anemia, too, makes anxiety worse. - Margaret

15. I like Palo Santo and/or Relax for panic attacks. I also find Rescue Remedy calming.

Reference
Purchon, Nerys; Cantele, Lora, Complete Aromatherapy and Essential Oils Handbook for Everyday Wellness, 2014, page 311.