Which scent do I choose?? This can sometimes be the overwhelming decision in your purchase of the corn bag. I love watching someone choose their scent! Keep in mind when choosing your scent what feelings, memories, or thoughts you have. It really is a lot easier then one would think. Have fun! In order to turn the corner, here are some helpful suggestions.
Unscented is always an option. At the beginning, I would scent all bags lavender. But, I would have potential clients decline them because lavender or scents would bother their asthma or migraines or even pregnant ladies! Well, that made me sad. So, now, begone scents. All bags are unscented until you choose your aroma!
So, I polled and these were the top choices. To me, the aromatherapy scent to choose will enhance your positive thoughts by bringing soothing memories, or happy emotions your way.
Lavender: The most popular scent of relaxation. It is both soothing and a sedative, it helps in mood swings and headaches and is very calming; aids in restoring balance to the body and spirit.
Fir : Deep Relief for head and muscles tension. And, it can be transformative (changing beliefs and emotional patterns). The armoatherapy can help rheumatic pain and any kind of respiratory or sinus infections. It also conjures wonderful memories and triggers the essence of nature.
Eucalyptus - A classic remedy for respiratory complaints. It plays a dual role in hot or cold compresses for arthritis, muscular aches and pains.
Bergamot - Emotionally encouraging, uplifting and balancing to the spirit. This scent is a mixture of woodsy and citris. The properties provide great strength and ability to center oneself.
Geranium - Harmonizing and balancing. Effective emotional balancer, helps with mood swings. Good for PMS. And, the images of the flower help soothe one's mind.
Lemon - Mentally refreshing and uplifting. Good fever reducer and immune system stimulant to use in treating colds and fevers. Enhances the already balanced person.
Mint - Good for reducing nausea and indigestion. Very soothing and cooling. Clears the mind and refreshes the spirit. Great to use in the car to keep the driver alert.
Pine - It has a fresh, resinous, pine needle aroma. Aromatherapy benefits: refreshing, invigorating. Conjures feeling of strength, health, and vitality.
Rosemary- A person feels more content and gives a slight boost to performance. Research shows smelling this oil can enhance a person's response time and satisfaction.
Sage-Makes a huge impact on women's cycles, often talked about being great for cramps, heavy periods, hot flashes, hormonal imbalances, and so on, especially when used regularly.But it's also loved for many non-physical uses. It's an oil all about "clarity", giving you the ability to see clearly what is muddled, or to look ahead with vision and clarity at the possibilities.Because sage oil is an oil for dispelling confusion and illusion, it's often used on the brow and during meditation, contemplation, or creative work.
Jasmine- sedates the nervous system, so it is good for jangled nerves, headaches, insomnia, and depression and for taking the emotional edge off PMS and menopause, although keep in mind its age-old reputation as an aphrodisiac!
Grapefruit-Some of the therapeutic properties of grapefruit oil are antidepressant, antiseptic, aperitif, diuretic, disinfectant, lymphatic stimulant, tonic and anti-infectious.
Spearmint-helps in relaxing the nerves and relieving stress, depression, and anxiety. It is also used in the management of asthma, constipation, sinusitis, acne, and teeth-related problems.
Have fun choosing!!