Forgive Essential Oil
Why & how to use it
Forgive is part of doTERRA’s emotional aromatherapy collection along with Motivate, Cheer, Peace, Passion and Console. All designed to help support you emotionally. Here is a bit about the whole collection, which can be bought separately, as rollons and also as a starter kit.
As the name suggests, it’s helpful for us helping us let go, forgive our selves, others.
It is a blend of Spruce Leaf, Bergamot Peel, Juniper Berry Fruit, Myrrh Gum Resin, Arborvitae Wood, Nootka Tree Wood, Thyme Leaf, Citronella Herb and has that lovely woody smell.
In a study done on all the oils in this collection, Forgive came up on top.
“Dr. Rena Szabo summarized the study by saying Forgive is the golden blend according to her research. It decreased anxious, apathetic, gloomy and angry feelings.”
Why use Forgive Essential oil?
- Because you’ll feel better for it!
- To help support moods and emotions.
- To release stuck feelings.
- To help handle strong negative emotions.
- To help feel grounded and calm.
How & when to use Forgive Essential Oil
Topically and aromomatically are the best ways to use Forgive essential oil.
Here are some ideas of ways to use it:
- Add to your diffuser if feeling angry, upset, guilty… in need of letting go.
- Add a drop to the palm of your hands, rub them together and cup them over your nose for a quick and easy aromatic benefit!
- Dab on your wrists and wear as a perfume with good mood effects
Want more information about Forgive essential oil? Check out this article about Balance from doTERRA.
How to get your hands on Forgive Essential Oil
The best and cheapest way to buy Forgive (and all of doTERRA’s essential oils) is to open your own wholesale account. It comes part of the Emotional Aromatherapy Collection which is a starter kit that comes with all 6 oils and a petal diffuser.
I have put together step by step instructions here to help you do that.
You can always contact me too and I’ll help you get started.
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