Clarity - Essential Oil for Improved Mental Clarity


Clarity made by Young Living, is a blend of 12 essential oils designed to increase memory retention and improve mental alertness. We've delved into these 12 oils to give you a better sense of how this oil works to help you improve your memory so that you can be at your best mentally.

Basil - The fresh scent of basil is known to be refreshing. It has been said to cheer the heart and mind and is calming on the digestion.

Cardamom - Excellent for digestion, cardamom is also invigorating for the brain as the antioxidants in cardamom have been used for treating parkinson's disease and it is currently being tested for its effects on cancerous cells.

Rosemary Verbenon - Rosemary has long been known to stimulate memory. Even Shakespeare has written prose about the benefits of rosemary in Hamlet "There's rosemary, that's for remembrance. Pray you, love, remember.” It seems our friend William knew what he was writing about. According to research in Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology, published by SAGE, blood levels of a rosemary oil component correlate with improved cognitive performance.

Peppermint - Dilates blood vessels increasing blood flow to all parts of the body and thus enhances the effectiveness of the other essential oils.

Rosewood - Native to India and grown on plantations in Southeast Asia, rosewood oil is known to offer stimulating energy while calming the mind. In Ayurveda rosewood oil is often used on the heart chakra to alleviate depression and negativity.

Geranium - Used by the Egyptians for beautifying skin, the sweet aroma is said to be helpful in balancing hormones and alleviating stress and anxiety.

Lemon - Lemon is known to invigorate the mind. On the Amalfi coast lemons have been used for centuries as a perfume, cleaning agent, over countless seafood dishes and chefs use it to promote concentration.

Palmarosa - Known for its excellent benefits for skin, palmarosa also has a natural calming effect. It provides comfort and settles the mood.

Ylang Ylang - Intoxicatingly floral and sweet, ylang ylang works with the cardiovascular, endochrine, and hormone systems to bring about emotional and hormonal balance.

Bergamot - Well known for its sweet and fruity aroma, bergamot is naturally uplifting. Studies on the use of bergamot essential oil in stressful environments showed that diffusing bergamot oil for 10 minutes twice a day may reduce stress.

Roman Chamomile - This essential oil is said to help digestive issues. Some might say it frees the stomach to calm the mind.

Jasmine - Exotic and sweet, Jasmine is stress reducing and promotes relaxation. Setting you at ease so your brain is relaxed but attentive.

This special blend of 12 essential oils combines to make "Clarity". With a great blend of refreshing oils paired with calming ones, you can see how this blend may help you prepare your mind to be more alert and improve your memory. Perfect to prepare for a presentation, a board meeting or to study for a test. As a business owner I use it to keep me on point and focused on busy days at East. I find it helps keep me on track when I have the spa to run, kids to pick up, dinner to make, reports to run and meetings in between. We can all use a little help and I love that this oil assists naturally.

Complete Ingredients: Ocimum basilicum (Basil), Elettaria cardamomum (cardamom), Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), Mentha piperita (peppermint), Coriandrum sativum (coriander), Pelargonium graveolens (geranium ), Citrus aurantium bergamia (furanocoumarin-free bergamot) peel oil, Citrus limon (lemon) peel oil, Cananga odorata (ylang ylang) flower oil, Jasminum officinale (jasmine) oil, Chamaemelum nobile (Roman chamomile) flower oil, and Cymbopogon martini (palmarosa) oil

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