Can Essential Oils Make You Smarter?

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Can smelling essential oils make you smarter? The
answer may shock you. But before you continue reading
this email for the results, I want you to take a
good sniff of some rosemary essential oil and see for
yourself!

Nourishment, circulation, and the amount of oxygen in
the brain are all very critical for it to function on
a healthy level. Nearly everything in our daily lives
requires appropriately stable mental health. We deal
with stress, exhaustion, mental fatigue, poor concentration,
and even disease. The struggle is real, and the nose knows.
But essential oils are on our side, and they can actually
help us fight these battles.

Research suggests there are a number of essential oils that
are beneficial in supporting brain health and cognitive
skills. Scientists, such as Dr. David Steward featured in
Ancient Secrets of Essential Oils the Movie, believe various
aromas affect brain function because scent receptors in the
nose send messages to the amygdala, which controls emotional
health and well being, as well as the hippocampus, which is
the control center for memory.

The next time you have an exam or a major project to focus on,
try these essentials oils and let your mental gears get going!
It just makes sense.

5 Essential Oils that Support Brain Health

Rosemary.
In Ancient Greece, young men and women wore rosemary in their
hair to improve mental performance for their studies. William
Shakespeare even made a reference to rosemary in his famous
play, Hamlet, when Ophelia utters, “There’s rosemary, that’s for
remembrance.” Rosemary has an energizing aroma that improves
mental clarity and memory abilities, making it an oil that is
essential for staying clever.
According to the Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology,
researchers from Northumbria University in the UK set out to add
to this knowledge by testing the effects of rosemary oil on
volunteers’ mood and mental abilities. 20 people were asked to
perform subtraction exercises and other tasks to see how quickly
they could process new information before and after being exposed
to the scent of rosemary in their work stations. Speed and
accuracy were improved by 60-75% after the rosemary.

Lemon.
Not only is lemon oil an invigorating and delicious aroma, it
has many benefits for emotional health. Lemon is known to be
especially good for elevating attitude, mood and spirit, and
helping deal with depression and mood swings. In research performed
at the Laboratory of Nutritional Biochemistry in Shizouka, Japan,
Lemon essential oil was shown to inhibit memory impairment from
scopolamine exposure, preventing dementia.

Juniper.
If your eyelids are getting heavier, smell a bottle of juniper.
Juniper stimulates all the activities within the body. This effect
also helps overcome fatigue, dizziness and depression, and It
increases the activity of the brain and nervous system. Juniper
berries assist in keeping the brain fit and free of seizures as
well as other such afflictions. It is also very abundant with
Vitamin B as well as Vitamin C, and small quantities of calcium,
protein, carbohydrates, fiber, lipid, and ash.

Clary Sage.
Clary sage gets its name from the Latin word “clarus,” which
means “clear.” It was referred to as “clear eyes” during the
Middle Ages. Clary sage oil is often used to help cope with
anxiety, tension, and is known to improve vision conditions,
or problems such as tired or strained eyes.

Vetiver.
In Sri Lanka and India, vetiver essential oil is called “the
oil of tranquility.” Chinese medicine, vetiver oil was also
believed to calm and cool the body and mind and to stabilize
emotions. For these reasons, it was sometimes used as a meditation.
A study carried out in 2012 found that smelling Vétiver enhances
computer work and can produced faster visual reaction times, help
with concentration for those with ADHD, and helps protect the brain
from oxidative damage otherwise known as “free radicals.”  Vetiver
also appears have to be an excellent source of antioxidant activity,
which is crucial for supporting brain cell growth.

We hope that you have enjoyed this information.  Please share it
with others you feel would benefit from reading it and experiencing
oils.

Warmly,

Ancient Secrets of Essential Oils Team

PS here is the link to view Ancient Secrets of Essential Oils
while it is available:https://www.oilsmovie.com/eo-movie

This was in my inbox this morning and I thought it was worthy of sharing with you guys!

The movie is worth watching too!!

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