4 Scents that Calms Anger & Irritation - According to aromatherapists
Feel that boiling anger inside you but with no outlet to vent or soothe it? Chamomile, Jasmine, Neroli, and ylang-ylang are scents that are listed in the World Health Net to display abilities that help in this problematic area of our lives.
More information about them are provided below, feel free to read them to find out more if they are the scent that you would like to go for!
A flower which is one of my favourites due to its varied and effective benefits. You may have come across chamomile ingredient in teas, as one of the popular beverages known for its calming effects.
Even as a fragrance, it has been tested and tried and showed positive results in its soothing effects. So, feel free to either gulp a cup of chamomile tea or smell its fragrance to soothe and ease your trembling irritation.
Chamomile fragrance oil can be obtained through steam distillation of its flowers. Its fragrance gives off a sweet, fresh and herbal scent.
Jasmine flowers are so widely known that I would see it as a globalized celebrity of the flowers. It is noted to be used in many cultures, weddings and even in some religious settings.
In the olden days, jasmine fragrance oil has to be extracted manually by hands. 2000 pounds of jasmine fragrance are gathered but only yielded 1 pound of oil. It is no wonder, we had to rely heavily on synthetic jasmine fragrance due to the cost and labour-intensive work.
Despite that, jasmine is so highly popular even till now due to its appealing fragrance which are made readily accessible through commercial products like candles, perfumes, cosmetics, and personal care products.
These Jasmine fragrance profile can be described to exude a rich, powerful and white flower scent that can be fresher with more green nuances if it is synthesized in the laboratory. Their powerful but soothing properties are also attributed to their characteristic fragrance traits.
This Neroli scent is often confused with the orange blossom scent as their fragrance is fairly similar to each other. This fragrance similarity is attributed to both Neroli and orange blossom fragrance being extracted from the blossoms of the same blossom tree.
Neroli fragrance smells greener as compared to orange blossom which smells sweeter than Neroli. Their slight difference in scent is contributed by their fragrance extraction method. Neroli is extracted via steam distillation while Orange blossom fragrance is extracted using solvent extraction technique.
Neroli’s rich citrusy-floral overtones is a fragrance that soothes moods and is said to lower blood pressure, and our stress level by reducing the production of cortisol hormones which help take effect on managing our emotional surges.
Ylang ylang fragrance is a feminine and heavy floral scent with an interesting mix of sweet florals, wood and fruity-banana nuances. The famous perfume creation Chanel No. 5 and Joy also has ylang ylang as one of its major components.
Using freshly picked yalng ylang blooms, steam distillation method can be applied to obtain its fragrance oil.
Its beautiful fragrance is said alleviate negative moods, lowers blood pressure and soothes heart rate, which helps our minds to soothe anger and annoyance as well.
Everyone has periods where we feel angry bitter and even helpless because of these seemingly uncontrollable feelings. It is a necessity to find a suitable outlet for you to release this anger and ease your irritations as it would not be mentally good for your well-being in the long term.
If you would like to integrate fragrances into lifestyle to soothe these bouts of raging emotions, why not give it a try at a Perfume Workshop – personalizing your own perfume that caters to your requirements.
The links below will provide you more information about the perfume workshop.
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