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Aug 23 2016

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Ever play that game where you have to choose just a couple of things you’d want if you were stranded on a desert island?  For me, Mandarin essential oil would definitely be on the list!  I love this stuff!

I first discovered Mandarin oil about twenty years ago, and ever since, it’s been my go-to oil on stressful days, on nights that I can’t sleep, and even for my young son.  In fact, Mandarin is one of the safest and gentlest essential oils for children and pregnant women.  Kids especially seem to like it because it smells like candy!

What exactly does Mandarin oil do?

It gives your digestive system a boost

Whether you’ve got indigestion, gas, or stomach spasms, Mandarin oil can help your digestive system secrete bile and break down fats.  It’s also got antispasmodic qualities that can give you quick relief from gas pains and hiccups.  
Simply mix 20 drops of Mandarin with 4 ounces of carrier oil and massage it clockwise over your tummy.  (And, yes, this mixture is safe for young kids and the elderly!)  – For children under 2, mix 4 ounces of jojoba oil with 5 drops of mandarin oil.

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Mar 21 2012 If you treat sleep as an indulgence and not a bare necessity, it’s time to rethink your priorities. Do your body a favor and give it the rest and recuperation that it so needs. Need a little push? Help is at hand with the SERENO range from Aromandina.  We have a couple of basic tricks on how to fall asleep naturally. Create a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere at home with these super-effective aromatherapy blends containing Lavender, Mandarin, Sweet Marjoram, Sandalwood and Palo Santo..
  • Add SERENO Andean Bath Soak to your bath.   An aromatherapy bath is a great opportunity to seize the day, let the tension of your body melt and to visualize that all your worries go through the drain.  Tomorrow will be a new day!
  • Spray your pillow and face with SERENO Body Mist for a night of restful sleep. If you wake up in the middle of the night, just spray your face a couple of times and breathe deeply.  This will help you go back to sleep again.
  • Massage the back of your neck, the soles of your feet and your solar plexus area with Sleep Time Body Oil to release all the stress and anxiety. We tend to store our tension, irritability and frustration in the solar plexus area.  A soft massage on that area will help relief that accumulated stress or repressed emotion.
These are simple steps, won’t take a lot of your precious time and you deserve it!

Night – Night!

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This information is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this article may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.
Jul 05 2011 Follow these 3 steps to get a restful sleep all through the night: 1) Put 2 drops of  SERENO Sleep Time  Essential Oil on a cotton ball and tuck it under the pillow case. 2) Fill bathtub with warm water; add a 1/4 cup of  SERENO Bath Soak to bathwater. Feel the tension melt and leave worries behind. 3) Pamper yourself with a gentle massage on the soles of your feet and the back of your neck with one teaspoon of SERENO Sleep Time Body Oil These aromatherapy products are intelligently and intuitively formulated with essential oils that specifically address the issues associated with stress, insomnia, anxiety and the intensity that seems to be inherent to daily life. Essential oils in all the SERENO products:
  • Lavender essential oil : Sedative, calms nervous anxiety; calms the heart and soothes a restless, hyperactive state. Helps to counteract anxiety, irritability, nightmares, restlessness.
  • Mandarin and Mandarin Petitgrain essential oils: Sweet and loving; ideal for children’s restlessness, anxiety and lack of sleep.
  • Marjoram essential oil: Relaxing, warming, comforting. Very effective for chronic insomnia. Calms the mind. Indicated for palpitations, tachycardia, hypertension.
  • Sandalwood essential oil: It has a cooling and calming effect on the nervous system. Effective in states of obsessive worry. Useful to ease recurrent nightmares and irritability.
  • Palo Santo essential oil: It invokes a feeling of sacredness as in entering a temple; quiets the mind from mundane thoughts; and has a purifying effect on the mind.
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© 2011, Cristina Proano-Carrion, Aromandina LLC This information is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this article may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.
Nov 26 2010
For my colleague who always gets sick: RESPIRO Immune Support Essential Oil – aromatherapy to boost the immune system  
For dad who works hard all day: Adrenal Support Body Oil – aromatherapy for fatigue
For men who seem to forget birthdays and anniversaries: Memoria Essential Oil – aromatherapy for memory
For mom who could use some cheer-up: RADIARE Essential Oil andWoman’s Help Body Oil – aromatherapy for women
For Aunt Martha to brighten up her spirit: Alegria Essential Oil EXULTO Bath Soak EXULTO Body Mist aromatherapy for depression
For Uncle John who tosses and turns all night: An essential oil, body oil, body mist and bath soak from theSERENO range  – aromatherapy for stress and insomnia
For my girlfriend, sister, mom, aunt, because they mean a lot to me: Wise Woman Perfume 
To help little Zack be focused at school: Alerta Body Mist
Oct 20 2010

Do you often find yourself tossing and turning in bed at night? Have you tried all possible remedies for insomnia but nothing worked? I would often have trouble sleeping even after sprinkling a few drops of Lavender oil on my pillow case. But that was until I discovered the magic of foot baths. At my spa in Ecuador, most clients would not comply easily if I asked them to take a full bath, but would readily agree to try a relaxing foot bath.  Aromatic foot baths are extremely relaxing and since the skin on the soles absorbs essential oils very effectively, they are a great way to get oils into the body.   One of my clients, Fanny, was a 60 year old woman who had suffered from insomnia for years. The sleeping pills were doing her no good and she had lost her energy and ability to focus.  I suggested a simple, three- step protocol and asked her to come back a month later.  On her next visit, Fanny looked 10 years younger and was happy, bright and energetic. She had finally found sweet slumber! This simple step by step guide helped Fanny and could help you too:
    • Fill a foot pan with warm water and add 1 tablespoon of Sleep Time Bath Soak. Immerse your feet up to the ankles in this water, relax and breathe deeply for 10 minutes.
    • Pat your feet dry and massage them with 1 teaspoon of Sleep Time Body Oil. Don’t rush the process and enjoy your “me” moment.  Massage the back of your neck and the solar plexus feel all tensions melt away.
Popping a sleeping pill might seem like an easier option but have you researched the side effects?
Natural and holistic therapies may take a bit more time, but isn’t it worth the while if it aids a restful sleep well and helps you feel better?

© AROMANDINA – All rights reserved The information on this blog is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this blog may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.

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