Calming Roller
Aromama Apothecary

Calming Roller

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Calming roller blend was specially created to bring you into a state of balanced calm & ease. This blend is perfect for those who suffer from anxiety, stress and panic attacks. 

Essential Oils

Cedarwood- Is a natural calmative, the beautiful woody notes of Cedarwood aids one in grounding and unwinding in turn bringing a deep sense of calm.
Lavender- The infamous calming scent. Lavender is extremely relaxing and soothing, this essential oil will get you right in the zone for some good, well rounded relaxation. 
Rose- The sweet, floral aroma of Rose ignites feelings of upliftment, positivity and love. A beautiful scent to get you in the perfect headspace for unwinding.
Bergamot & Basil- both of these essential oils are very uplifting scents and aids in helping you stay level headed and optimistic. These oils are the perfect aid for anxiety as they are powerful calmatives without making you feel drowsy.
Ylang Ylang- The sweet notes of Ylang-Ylang promotes feelings of ease allowing your mind and body to relax and loosen up. Ylang-Ylang is a natural antidepressant, and aids in fighting off feelings of anxiety, stress whilst promoting feelings of joy. 

To use:
Roll onto temples, wrists, and feet (can also be used as a perfume.) You can also roll into the middle of your palms, cup your hands over your face and breathe in deeply as the aroma envelops you.

Organic Cedarwood, Rose Geranium, Ylang-Ylang, Lavender, Bergamot and Basil essential oils in Sweet Almond oil. Avoid if one has an almond allergy as this contains almond oil.

About the Brand:
Aromama Apothecary is a one woman, Kiwi owned and operated small business. All products are hand created in small batches and are 100% natural and vegan friendly. Completely free from all nasties like artificial fragrances, dyes, preservatives and parabens. 

DISCLAIMER: DO NOT use if pregnant, always consult your healthcare provider before using any product with essential oils. I would recommend patch testing this before use to see if it causes irritation.