Essential Oils -
A Convenient and Effective Tool
For Improving Your Emotional Well-Being
Adaptiv™ is a proprietary blend of eight essential oils (wild orange, lavender, copaiba, spearmint, magnolia, rosemary, neroli, sweetgum) all have nature’s most profound mood influencing aromas to calm, uplift, effectively supports focus for work and study. The Science
Lavender - considered the root of modern aromatherapy. numerous human clinical trials have validated the ability of Lavender’s aroma to have stress reducing benefits, improve mood, and create a restful environment3,4
Copaiba - primarily known for being powerfully antioxidant(5), supporting the immune and respiratory systems when used internally, also imparts an uplifting aroma that research suggests may be beneficial to those attempting to abstain from unhealthy habits.
Spearmint - human clinical research has shown that essential oils high in carvone (Spearmint and Dill) have an uplifting and motivating aroma particularly beneficial for those with active lifestyles(6). Its also known for its cleansing properties, applied topically.
Magnolia - Research has shown, essential oils rich in linalool (such as magnolia) promote a calm environment and feelings of relaxation(7).
Rosemary - Natures chemical composition of rosemary creates a distinct aroma and clinically has shown to increase feelings of alertness, focus, and reduce feelings of stress(8,9)
Neroli - derived from a citrus tree, rich in aromatic compounds of linalool and limonene has many of the mood-modulating characteristics. A breadth of clinical research validates the aromatic use of Neroli essential oil to provide calming feelings (10,11)
Sweetgum - consists of aromatic compounds, not commonly found in other essential oils, giving a unique aroma of pine, floral, and spicy. Sweetgum essential oil is commonly used to promote a calm and restful environment12.
Adaptiv Use Examples
- Soak in a relaxing mineral salt bath by adding three to four drops to bath water. - Mix three drops with Fractionated Coconut Oil massage into feet - Diffuse 2 – 4 drops oil in a room to promote a centered and calm mindset. - Apply one drop to hands, rub together, and inhale deeply as needed throughout the day.
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Tracy Coe, CPT-PMA, C-QRA Functional Health & Nutrition Practitioner CoeDynamics
Tracy Coe is a certified QRA functional health and nutrition practitioner who’s passion is to support the community in educating and providing professional documented and researched options of whole foods, cleansing, and toxicity prevention to support short/long term health and and vitality for the individual and family. For more information email email@example.com or call 424.903.3104
References https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-research-news-science-behind-adaptive-calming-blend https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-research-news-constituent-spotlight-limonene 1. Lehrner J, et al. Ambient odor of orange in a dental office reduces anxiety and improves mood in female patients. Physiol. Behav. 2000;71(1):83–86. 2. Goes T, et al. Effect of Sweet Orange Aroma on Experimental Anxiety in Humans. J. Altern. Complement. Med. 2012;18(8):798–804. 3 Hirokawa K, Nishimoto T, Taniguchi T. The effects of lavender aroma on sleep quality in healthy Japanese students. Percept Mot Skills. 2012; 114(1):111-122. 4. Field T, et al. Lavender bath oil reduces stress and crying and enhances sleep in very young infants. Early Human Development. 2008; 84(6):339-401. 5 Ferro M., et al. Meta-analysis on copaiba oil: Its function in metabolism and its properties as anti-inflammatory agent. Journal of Morphological Sciences. 2018;35:161-166 6 Nogoceke FP, Barcaro IMR, de Sousa DP, Andreatini R. Antimanic-like effects of (R)-(-)-carvone and (S)-(+)-carvone in mice. Neurosci Lett. 2016:619:43-48. 7 Sanimah S., et al. Volatile compounds of essential oil from different stages of Michelia alba (cempaka putih) flower development. Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Science. 2008;36(1):109-119. 8 Sayorwan W. Effects of rosemary oil on subjective feelings and activities of the nervous system. Sci. Pharm. 2013;81(2):531-542. 9 Atsumi T. and Tonosaki K. Smelling lavender and rosemary increases free radical scavenging activity and decreases cortisol level in saliva. Psychiatry Res. 2007;150(1):89-96 10 V. M. Linck et al., “Inhaled linalool-induced sedation inmice,” Phytomedicine Int. J. Phytother. Phytopharm., vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 303–307, Apr. 2009. 11 Moslemi, Farhad, et al. “Citrus Aurantium Aroma for Anxiety in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial.” Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New York, N.Y.), U.S. National Library of Medicine, Aug. 2019. 12 Lingbeck J., et al. Sweetgum: An ancient source of beneficial compounds with modern benefits. Pharmacogn Rev. 2015;9(17):1-11.
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