Calming - Diluted Blend

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Diluted blends are diluted to 10% with fractionated coconut oil.  Formerly called "ready to use".

Indications and uses:

  • Emotional stress, fear, nervousness, depression,
  • Pain, physical tension
  • Insomnia


  • Balancing and calming to the nervous system
  • Analgesic
  • Helps deepen the breath to let go and relax 

Ingredients: Mandarin, Lavender, Geranium, Frankincense, Sandalwood, Blue tansy, Ylang Ylang.

Tips for use: Easy to use with any delivery method. For stress and emotional support mindfully inhale for at least 2-3 minutes, with deep gentle breathing from an aroma stick, cotton ball.
Topically applied the already diluted diluted option is perfect for massage and helpful to ease pain, or inflamed skin. If skin is inflamed, use at 1-2% dilution.

If you are seeking detailed information about how to use this product, or have personal health related questions about essential oils, please schedule a consultation with our CLINICAL AROMATHERAPIST

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3 Reviews

Amanda 14th Aug 2017

Love this blend

I've bought this for myself, as a gift, and recommended it to my family. I like applying it when I feel anxious and right before bed. This is a fabulous blend!

andrea 16th Sep 2015

a good substitute

I typically buy French lavender and Deep Relief. I use them interchangeably as I'm going to sleep or meditate. They're great for relaxation. But I wanted something that would do the same but a different scent. I'm not quite sure what Calming reminds some of, but the smell is kind of initially invigorating and then it slowly calms me. If I want to stay more awake during meditation, but relax after a tough day, I'll use either calming or deep relief. But if I want to get "knocked out" relaxed, I'll use Lavender French.

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