Essential Oils For Depression | How To Use For Natural Healing

Essential Oils For Depression | How To Use For Natural Healing

Learn how to use essential oils for depression as a natural way to heal. Find these oils at

When depression hits you, you start to feel worthless. You value yourself less as a human, thinking that you are ineffective in life.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

Depression is often misunderstood. People just do their best and hope to get past it. But your brain knows what it needs for a breakthrough. It just needs a little help to get there.

In this video, Carol talks about her own experience with depression starting in 1987. She talks about the importance of understanding your family history as it relates to depression and the generational patterns that exist.

Carol then presents a 3 step process to heal depression naturally. This isn’t a magic pill. It requires persistence and a desire to be well. But this 3 step process can help you get on the right track and start feeling great about yourself.

Essential oils are a very effective way of dealing with depression naturally. Carol has created a very special blend of essential oils designed to help you heal.

This blend contains:

* Sweet Marjoram (known as the “herb of happiness” to the Romans)
* Rosemary (known as the “oil of rememberance” to improve mental clarity)
* Peppermint
* Lemon
* Pinyon Pine
* Spikenard
* Nutmeg
* Sandalwood

It can be used in 5 simple ways:

* Direct inhalation
* Bath
* Topical
* Diffusing
* Massage / Accupressure

This blend can be found at Check out all of Carol’s essential oil blends designed for improved health at

And don’t forget to explore the Carol Tuttle Healing Center at

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