Treat Mom on Mother's Day with Essential Oils

One of my favorite daily comforts and joys are essential oils. They are natural and healthy while also filling a room with nature's most magnificent fragrances. Many essential oils are also medicinal and have antiviral properties so they are a perfect gift for Mother's Day this year.

Aromatherapy and the natural remedies that support holistic health are a huge benefit to whoever you are giving to! We hope you enjoy how we've gathered our favorite oils for you. Now, it's possible to give a bouquet in a bottle!

Rose essential oil is a favoriteWhat Are Essential Oils?

According to DoTerra, one of the preeminent essential oil producers internationally, essential oils are “naturally occurring, volatile aromatic compounds found in seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants.” They are the scents we find in nature, and when extracted, distilled, and bottled, they can be used for pleasure, health, skincare, and a natural soothing comfort.

Popular Essential Oils 

A question that is often asked is, "What are the best essential oils?" That's like asking, "What's the best flower?" or "What's the best color?" Too difficult to say.

The essential oils below are frequently used because of their versatility and usefulness, yet, it may just be their beautiful scents that draw so many people. Personal favorites are often preferences; however, due to their natural ability to support our bodies naturally in so many ways, here are some favorites:

And now for our roll-out of possible choices for your own enjoyment or for Mother's Day.DoTerra essential oils make a perfect gift for Mother's Day

Uplift your mom with the refreshing fragrance of lemon

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Favorite essential oils for the home

DoTERRA On Guard has a special blend of essential oils to promote health

The gift of bliss for Mother's Day with lovely fragrances

Give DoTerra essential oils a try! 

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Enid R. Spitz / Heartmanity ContributorEnid R. Spitz / Heartmanity Contributor
Enid Spitz is a writer and yoga instructor based in Charleston, SC. She previously lived in Portland, OR and Seattle, WA, where she was a newspaper editor and researched yoga for Traumatic Brain Injury. Heartmanity combines Enid's passions for social wellbeing, neuroscience and yoga. When not writing or on the yoga mat, she is an avid traveller, enjoys a good whiskey, and loves being outdoors. Twitter: @enidrosalyn, Instagram: @littleyogibird.

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