Must Have Essential Oils for the Home Office

June 8, 2017   /   byBrittany Kelly  / Categories :  Feeds
Essential Oils for the Home Office

Sometimes even with the right working space, you might find yourself feeling stressed, or having trouble concentrating. To help you out with that these are the must have essential oils for the home office.

Your home office is an important space. Whether you work in it full time or only occasionally, it’s important that you create a space in which you can be productive.

Essential Oils for the Home Office

Essential Oils for the Home Office

Improve your creativity

Do you ever find yourself getting stuck at whatever task you need to get done? If you want to boost your creativity, try a bit of cedarwood essential oil. A mixture with spruce and sandalwood can also be helpful.

Get you motivated

We all have days where we need a bit of help getting motivated. There’s an oil for that, too! Try rose, lavender, balsam fir, and cinnamon for starters.

Make you more productive

When you need some aromatherapy to make you more productive at your tasks, consider lemon, peppermint, rosemary, or frankincense. Mixtures of these scents will also work well so try different blends and see which ones you like best.

Essential Oils for the Home Office

Bring in more business

Who doesn’t want more business? More business means more money, right? So, what do essential oils have to do with that? Well, some people believe that certain oils attract wealth and luck. If you want to try it yourself, consider a blend of spruce, ginger, frankincense and cinnamon bark.

Boost your immune system

Work can be stressful and this can put you at a higher risk for colds and other viruses. Essential oils and blends that boost immunity can be great to use in the home office. Try eucalyptus, orange, clove extract, tangerine, cedarwood, and peppermint as examples.

Many people have found that these essential oils help them in the office. Give them a try for yourself and see what you think. Some people respond differently to certain oils than others. Most people find that they need to experiment with different oils before they find the ones that work the best for them. The same is true for oils you use in your home office.

So, give some of these essential oils for the home office on this list a try but don’t be afraid to experiment and see how you respond to different blends and different oils. You might be surprised at what you find.

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