How to Heal a Broken Heart
We share our insights on how to soothe your soul and mend a broken heart by harnessing the power of plants. From up lifting scents, feel good flowers, calming essential oils and energy-boosting edibles.
Start the healing process from the inside out with natural feel good digestibles. Soothe your soul with chamomile tea or add a few drops of chamomile essential oil to warm milk. It’s apple-like scent and innocent quality will give much needed support to matters of the heart. Alternatively, chamomile is a perfect bath time pick me up, add few drops of essential oil to a hot bath, along with a sprinkle of Epsom salts to replenish your magnesium levels, which become depleted when we are stressed. Ease your emotions with eucalyptus oil, its expansive and refreshing energy will assist in releasing all those negative and pent up emotions. It’s time to let it go. Add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to hot water and steam your face for a few minutes, breathe in the warming aromas and exhale any unhappy thoughts.
Let flowers mend your broken heart, don’t underestimate the power of surrounding yourself with beautiful blooms. Consider arrangements with colours that promote relaxation, positivity and harmony, such as pink, yellow and green. Use the healing process to re-focus your self-love with Bergamot. Create a daily self care ritual by adding 6-8 drops of Bergamot oil to 2 teaspoons of base oil or cream, as you massage your skin take the time focus on yourself and let all your woes drift away. Bergamot has natural anti-depressant properties, is soothing to the digestive system, helps with relaxation and gaining self-confidence once again. One final thought, consider taking a trip with a friend, engage in an new adventure and enjoy the natural world. As your heartbreak fades away, you’ll become immersed in the joy of exploring and all the beauty the world has to offer.
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