Got The Holiday Blues? Try THIS Unique Oil
I love the holidays.
The decorations, the lights, homemade chocolate chip cookies.
And most of all, spending time with my wife and boys.
But for many people, Christmas doesn’t bring with it warm, fuzzy feelings.
In fact, it could leave you feeling a bit blue… or even downright depressed.
If that’s you, I have a natural remedy that could work wonders for your mood.
It’s not a drug… it’s not a supplement… and it’s not a certain exotic food.
It’s a unique, powerful oil. And all you have to do is simply inhale it.
Essential oils have become increasingly popular in recent years. But the healing benefits of oil is nothing new.
In fact, oils are one of the oldest medicinal treatments on record.
Even the wise men presented essential oils to baby Jesus: frankincense, which works wonders for combatting inflammation and relieving pain, and myrrh, which has natural antiseptic properties for cleaning wounds and preventing infections.
But today I want to talk about an oil that is good not just for your body, but for your mind.
It’s called bergamot.
Bergamot is a type of citrus fruit that gives earl gray tea its distinctive taste. But it’s bergamot’s scent that has the medical community buzzing.
In a recent study, researchers evaluated the impact of bergamot essential oil on 57 patients in a mental health treatment center.
They found that just 15 minutes of bergamot aromatherapy led to significant improvements in positive feelings.
In fact, the effects were so pronounced that the researchers suggested that bergamot be used in addition to standard treatments for boosting mood and well-being.
If the mood-boosting results were that pronounced in patients in a mental health treatment facility, imagine how beneficial they could be for your holiday blues.
Hey, what do you have to lose?
If the smell of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies doesn’t boost your mood this holiday season, try diffusing some bergamot instead.
You can pick up a bottle of this mood-lifting oil at your local natural health shop.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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