Essential oils for different moods

What essential oils are good for moods

What essential oils are good for moods

Bath And Massage Oils:

These essential oils, when used in your bath or added to your massage oil, have a tremendous effect on the mood and help in creating an appropriate psychological stimulus.

Massage Oils

Besides, they are also useful in physiological conditions like aches and pains. Some oils are known to trigger specific mood responses. While there is no hard and fast rule to this, they are seen as having a similar effect across various kinds of people, hence their classification by ‘moods’. Read on to understand which oils arouse what kind of responses.

How to use essential oils: Add a few drops of oil to the bathwater (tub/bucket). Inhale the aromas.

How to use essential oils

After bathing scrub your body to allow the oils to be absorbed. Or add a few drops to your massage oil. Can also be used in a diffuser or on a lights bulb.

Oils that have a Stimulating effect:

Peppermint, Juniper, Hyssop, Rosemary, Thyme, Black Pepper.

Stimulating effect

Benefits: help levitate the mind and fill you with a feeling of well-being and elation.

Essential oils for Relaxing / as a Sedative:

Sandalwood, Cypress, Chamomile, Lavender, Marjoram, Orange Flower, Clary Sage.

Essential oils for Relaxing

Benefits: promote a feeling of peace and tranquillity and relax the mind. They help induce restful sleep and overcome fatigue.

Oils for mind clarity, concentration and overcoming mental fatigue:

Basil, Clove and Juniper.

Oils for mind clarity

Benefits: help to promote clarity of thought and mental concentration. Also, helpful for meditation.

Essential oils as “Aphrodisiacs”:

Jasmine, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, Patchouli, Orange Flower, Rose.


Benefits: help arouses all your senses.

“Refreshing” Oils:

Lemon, Peppermint, Bergamot, Geranium, Verbena, Melissa.


Benefits: help you feel fresh and work to give you a perfect start to the day. Also, relax tired feet.

“Bridal” Oils:

Tea Tree, Rose, Orange and Jasmine.


Benefits: provide fragrant body aromas especially suited for brides. Help to soothe and relax nerves while boosting confidence.

Essential oils for Bath

Oils, when added to your bath, can have a tremendous psychological impact and affect your moods and physiological responses. Sample some recipes of essential oil baths that can stimulate you as per your desires. To make a bath, add a few drops of the oils to the bathtub. Inhale the aromas. After bathing scrub your body to allow a fuller absorption of the oils.

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