How to Treat Depression With Essentials Oils

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Hello Ladies, it is Tavish, popping in real quick. Because I have suffered from depression and many of you have suffered from it as well, I wanted to get some solid information to you on how to use essential oils to help treat it. Essential oils are not a magic healing solution and can take time. But, all natural remedies for depression are often not mentioned at the doctor. 

Here, Jodi Cohen from Vibrant Blue Oils will discuss how vagus nerve is connected to depression and how to use specific essential oils to treat. Now let's dive in with Jodi. 

Essential oils offer a non-invasive tool for naturally stimulating the vagus nerve. Applying our stimulatory Parasympathetic™ blend behind the earlobe on the mastoid bone helps to trigger the parasympathetic rest and digest response. Formulated from a synergistic combination of Clove, which is highly stimulatory combined with Lime oil which has super small molecules. The combination of these two oils creates a blend that is super stimulatory and very easily accessible through the skin and olfactory channels and serves as a far less invasive method for stimulating the vagus nerve. In addition, research has demonstrated that citrus oils, like Lime, have been clinically proven to normalize “neuroendocrine hormone levels and immune function,” and were found to be “more effective than antidepressants.”
Research has shown strong decrease in inflammatory symptoms from stimulation of three minutes a day. We recommend applying the Parasympathetic™ blend to vagus nerve three times daily (ideally before meals).

The research also found that vagus nerve stimulation seems to restore the body’s natural balance. It reduces the over-production of the chemical messenger that causes chronic inflammation but does not affect healthy immune function, so the body can respond normally to infection.