The rich, sweet aroma of Vanilla is one of the most familiar of all the essential oils. It has an alluring, comforting effect that can be used to help create a warm atmosphere of security to encourage the expression of deeply felt emotions, frustrations and hidden sensuality. The steady, restorative tones can also be used to support emotional balance when challenges loom large. (This is a pure alcohol extract with 45% Vanilla for therapeutic use. Household vanilla is normally created at 0.5% concentration). Blends well with: Mandarin, Sandalwood, Rose and Tonka Bean.
Vanilla has a warm, sweet scent that can be used to help soften tense emotions. Add 5 drops to a diffuser or mix in bath water and feel the senses relax.
- Emotional Stability
5 drops Vanilla 45% and 5 drops Lavender True can be diffused together to support natural emotional balance and composure. This recipe may be especially useful at times of intense pressure or sudden change.
- Sexual Desire
When a person is able to relax and feel secure their body is more likely to respond to healthy sexual impulses. Use 5 drops in a diffuser or mixed in bath water to create an atmosphere conducive to intimate relations.
- Positive Outlook
With its uplifting, comforting tones Vanilla is good company when the world gets you down. Diffuse 5 drops of Vanilla 45%, add to a bath or wear as a perfume. The scent will simply uplift the spirit and enhance your mood.
Safety: Safe if used as directed. If ingested, drink milk or water. Avoid contact with eyes: flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and wellbeing. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.
By the time the Spaniards invaded South America, the vanilla bean was well entrenched in Aztec culture. Over time vanilla became a rare commodity and was sometimes used as currency. The Europeans started manufacturing vanilla with chocolate around the 16th century but the plant was not cultivated there until the 18th century. Along with its culinary properties, vanilla is revered for its evocative scent which has been said to inspire comfort, security and emotional stability in times of stress. It has also been used as an aphrodisiac to encourage sensual awareness.Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.
Vanilla planifolia, pods, alcohol extraction, certified organic, Madagascar.
Vanillin, Vanillic acid, para-Hydroxybenzoic aldehyde, para-Hydroxybenzoic acid