Malabar Coast D.I.Y. Blend

Named after the Malabar coast of India, native growing place of Black Pepper for thousands of years, this D.I.Y. Blend ‘recipe’ using pure therapeutic grade essential oils, presents a couple of oil options allowing you to customize it slightly to your individual preference, without compromising it’s fragrant influence.

Malabar Coast Blend Graphic

Diffusing this vibrant, uplifting, cheerful blend of pure therapeutic grade essential oils may help to create a sense of security and grounding, relieve fatigue, reduce anxiety, and calm nervous tension.

The oils in this blend are known in aromatherapy to calm nausea, sooth minor coughs and chest discomfort, to dispel nervous exhaustion, revitalize the adrenal glands, promote stamina, confidence, and calm the nervous system, specifically for women moving through menopause. Simultaneously calming and energizing, Malabar Coast blend may also help stimulate a low libido.

‘Malabar Coast’ D.I.Y. Essential Oil Blend:

3 drops Orange (Citrus sinensis) [Young Living Therapeutic Grade] essential oil

2 drops Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) YLTG essential oil

2 drops Ginger (Zingiber officinale) OR Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) YLTG essential oil

1 drop Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) OR Northern Lights Black Spruce (Picea mariana nigra) YLTG essential oil

1 drop Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) OR Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata)

Orange, Black Pepper, Nutmeg, and Cypress essential oils are all high in the infinitesimally small molecules known as Monoterpenes, that when inhaled – via the olfactory system connected via nerves to the amygdala or limbic system of the brain, are able to cross the blood-brain barrier, and are known to stimulate this center of emotions, acting as clearers of emotional baggage. They are thus, uplifting, and may help in relieving and releasing deep burried emotion, in improving mental awareness and attitude, and alleviating depression and anxiety. Monoterpenes are also analgesic, antiseptic, detoxifying, and decongestant.

In addition, the oils in this blend score very high on the ORAC scale. ORAC stands for “Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity” – meaning the capacity of a plant substance to ABSORB free radicals (bad guys) which damage cells in our body, ultimately causing premature aging, oxidation – hardening of arteries, cell mutation and disease processes.

Essential Oil:       % Monoterpenes:      ORAC Score:

ORANGE                85.5%                                1,890

BLACK PEPPER     60%                                  79,700

GINGER                  20%                                  99,300

NUTMEG                75%                                  158,100

CYPRESS                75%                                   24,300

BLACK SPRUCE     55%                                  unknown

YLANG YLANG      40% Sesquiterpene        130,000

14.08.2016
IMPORTANT: THE INFORMATION WITHIN THIS DOCUMENT WAS OBTAINED FROM REPUTABLE RESOURCES (REFERENCED), LECTURES, AND BIOCHEMISTRY EDUCATION WHICH THE AUTHOR HAS RECEIVED OVER THE PAST TWO DECADES. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO PRESCRIBE OR RECOMMEND A PARTICULAR TREATMENT OR PROTOCOL, BUT RATHER, TO EMPOWER THE READER WITH KNOWLEDGE THAT MIGHT HELP THEM TO HELP THEMSELVES TO BETTER HEALTH NATURALLY.

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