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By Stephanie Tingle


Memorial Day honors the men and women who gave their lives while serving in the American Armed Forces.

While this day can be filled with fond remembrances, it can also bring grief and sadness to the surface.

Rose essential oil is helpful in times of grief, while chamomile and lavender help relieve stress and improve mood,

making this the perfect blend to use while reminiscing about your loved ones.


What you’ll need to make a four ounce water based aromatherapy spray:


One 4 ounce spray bottle

4 ounces distilled water

Essential oils as listed below.  Please make sure to use only pure, high quality essential oils. 

Crystals as listed below (optional)



20 drops rose essential oil

10 drops lavender essential oil

10 drops chamomile essential oil

Snowflake Obsidian or Amber



Add essential oils to the spray bottle, then add water to fill and swirl gently to mix.

Add small crystals or crystal chips to the bottle. The crystals listed in the recipe are a

recommendation, you may always use clear quartz or any othercrystal that you are

drawn to. Alternatively, the essential oils can also be mixed into 2 ounces of carrier oil,

such as jojoba or sweet almond oil, and applied externally to the body.

Posted on May 22, 2013
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