how to use amber oil



How To Use Amber Oil

What Is Amber Essential Oil?

Amber essential oil is made using the fossilized resin of the amber tree. Amber resin is popularly used in jewelry and decorative household objects. The largest source of amber resin is located on the Baltic peninsula in Kaliningrad. Close to 90 percent of the world’s amber is sourced from this region. It can also be found in smaller deposits near Sicily, Peru, and the Caribbean. Amber derives its name from ancient Arabia where it was called “anbar.” It has been most commonly used as a fragrance or to use amber oil

Most amber resins come from the fossilized remains of trees known by the botanical name Pinu These pine trees are now extinct, making this essential oil even harder to come by as the years go by. Amber resin is produced through a lengthy natural process of pressure and heat.where to buy amber white oil

Benefits of Amber Essential Oil

This product is ideal for people dealing with poor circulation, colds and flus, inflammatory conditions, low sex drive, anxiety, stress, chronic pain, fatigue, cognitive slowness, neurodegenerative diseases, dementia, arthritis and various cardiovascular conditions. amber glass essential oil spray…

Lowers Stress & Anxiety

Many people turn to this product when trying to reduce stress and anxiety, and a proven link between the limbic system and the olfactory system has been established. Inhaling this oil, putting a few drops into a bathtub, or mixing it in with your massage oil can be a wonderful way to ease your mind and soothe your body, allowing you to have restful sleep and a refreshed feeling in the morning. amber oil bottles

Improves Cognition

There are certain antioxidant compounds found in this product that can prevent oxidative stress and improve cognition. Not only does this oil lower levels of stress hormones in the body, which can clear the mind and improve concentration, but it can also prevent long-term degenerative diseases. amber wood essential oil

My Favorite Uses For Amber Essential Oil

I am always on the watch for anything that will help me in my journey towards total mental health. I have suffered with depression and anxiety since I was young, but it was brought to the fore after the birth of my children. I’ve been seeing my doctor to manage the symptoms and even changed my diet completely, but it never seems like the medication is enough.

I turned to essential oils to complement my medical therapies. It began with lavender to help me relieve stress and anxiety at particular times, such as deadlines at work since this seemed to trigger the worst of my symptoms. Eventually, my research led me to other oils such as ylang-ylang, chamomile, and, strangely, amber oil.

The only time I’d ever pictured amber was during that dinosaur movie. Just a pretty orange rock that sometimes had an insect trapped within. But an oil as well? Apparently, this resin trapped all kinds of substances in it as the plant grew, then preserved them as it hardened into a rock.

Side Effects of Amber Essential Oil

There are a number of potential side effects to using this oil, such as skin inflammation, stomach upset and drug interactions. Most of these can be avoided through responsible usage and open communication with your doctor about your medical conditions and interest in using essential oils.

  • Pregnancy and Children: This oil should be kept away from children and not be used by pregnant women, unless it is strictly allowed by your doctor. It can have stimulant effects on the body, which could result in premature labor, and also has high concentrations of powerful chemicals.
  • Skin Inflammation: Many people have reported skin inflammation, rashes and irritation when using this essential oil, but if you mix amber essential oil with a carrier oil beforehand, you have a much lower risk of a negative reaction. Always apply a small amount of the oil to a patch of skin for 2-3 hours, to see if a reaction occurs, before putting it all over your body.
  • Consumption: Internal consumption of this oil is not recommended, as it can result in serious stomach upset, nausea and vomiting. As with any essential oil, if you are ever to consume this oil blend, it must be in extremely small amounts, and typically mixed with a carrier oil or beverage to dilute the effects.S




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