Many of us want more Joy in our lives, I know I do! I feel like many things in my life bring me joy, so I wondered how a tiny little oil bottle that said Joy on it could bring any to me…
I’m a real skeptic of the “mood oils”. They have great names like Joy, En-R-Gee, Stress-away, Believe, Grounding and Motivation…just to name a few! I didn’t really understand how they could work to help, change or improve my mood.
Joy was an oil that I received when I purchased my premium starter kit and signed up for my wholesale discount. I REALLY didn’t like how it smelled when I opened the bottle, so I put it away in my little oil bag, and there it sat for months. The aroma was powerful, and I didn’t like it, so I never used it and really didn’t think it could help me in any way.
Well, a friend shared a story about how her cranky 18 month old was having a hard time riding in the car after they’d been driving for quite a few hours. They were on a road trip, so there really wasn’t any other choice but for her to be grumpy. My friend decided to try putting Joy on the bottoms of her daughter’s feet to see if it would help her. She said it was amazing, completely changed her mood, and they made it another hour and a half down the road before they had to stop for bathroom breaks for the other kids.
A week or so later my youngest (11 months at the time) was very cranky when we were at a restaurant with friends. I decided to try out this Joy oil and see if it could work for him. I put one drop on his feet and rubbed it in. IT WAS AMAZING! His mood changed shortly after that, he made it until it was time for lunch, ate his food, and then played with the other kids for a bit before time to leave.
I was hooked! I started using Joy oil on myself when I felt grouchy or when I was being short with my children. I noticed it really helped and would turn my grouchy day around and help my temper with my children because it uplifted my mood. It helps many people with depression and anxiety, and just helps to raise your frequency to a higher level.
Also, I started diffusing it! Which let me tell you, makes it smell TONS better than straight out of the bottle.
This beautiful blend produces a magnetic energy that brings joy to the heart, mind, and soul. It inspires romance and helps overcome deep-seated grief and depression. The ingredients in this blend of oil are: Rose, Bergamot, Mandarin, Ylang ylang, Lemon, Geranium, Jasmine, Palmarosa, Roman Chamomile, and Rosewood. Each oil has a specific job to help bring joy to your heart and mind. Rose has the highest frequency among essential oils. It creates a sense of balance, harmony, and well-being and elevates the mind. Bergamot balances hormones, calms emotions, and relieves anxiety, stress, and tension. Mandarin is appeasing, gentle, and promotes happiness. It combats insomnia, stress, and irritability. Ylang ylang increases relaxation; balances male and female energies and restores confidence and equilibrium. Lemon is invigoration and can boost immunity and reduce depression. Geranium stimulates the nerves nd helps release negative memories so that joy can be attained. Jasmine exudes an exquisite fragrance that revitalizes spirits and brings feelings of love, support, and joy. It is used to relieve sorrow, depression, and nervous exhaustion. Palmarosa enhances both the nervous and cardiovascular systems and brings about a feeling of security. Roman Chamomile combats restlessness, tension, and insomnia. It releases mental blocks and purges toxins from the liver where anger is stored. Rosewood is high in linalool, which has a relaxing, empowering effect and gives a feeling of being grounded, stable, and strong.
Joy oil definitely isn’t a fix all, and I have to admit, it doesn’t have these amazing results every single time. But it does help!
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(information about each oil is taken from the Essential Oils Pocket Reference 5th Edition by Life Science Publishers)