Vanilla Oil Benefits For Body And Mind
A Brief History of Vanilla
Vanilla is a wild plant that originated in the Caribbean as well as parts of southern and central America. In roughly 1427, the ancient Aztecs discovered the wondrous properties of black vanilla pods and began blending them with cacao to make chocolate and flavor their drinks. The Aztecs believed that the vanilla pods possessed great medicinal properties and it was often used as a calming agent as well as a general healing product.
The Powerful Mental Benefits of Vanilla
The pungent aroma of vanilla can be linked to reduced stress and anxiety. The calming properties of this wonder plant have been proven to work actively on the central nervous system, soothing all concerns away – even if only for a moment. This is why I definitely recommend using my Calming Pillow, Bed, Sleep & Relaxing Room Spray, Lavender & Vanilla.The combination of lavender and vanilla will have you lulling off to sleep in no time. Say goodbye to insomnia-induced restless nights!
Moreover, vanilla can bring back memories of childhood in a flash. As many of our mothers and grandmothers used this aromatic in their baked goods, it can remind us of better times gone by and make us feel like giddy little kids again.
Now that you know about the powerful mental benefits of vanilla, let’s look at the physical benefits.
All the Benefits of Vanilla for Your Body
Vanilla is a natural product that is packed with anti-oxidative properties. It doesn’t matter whether you’re consuming it or using it in body butter, this powerful plant will rejuvenate your skin and have you glowing again.
Not only that, but it can reduce the inflammation associated with acne. It can also heal chapped lips and bring life back to your hair. Talk about bang for your buck in one plant! Try out my Soothing Vanilla - Mango Butter & Beeswax All-Natural Moisturizing Lip Butter for Dry & Chapped Lips, with Vitamin E & Jojoba Oil to really tap into the skin rejuvenating properties of vanilla. It’s my go-to for soft, supple lips.
My Vanilla-Infused Products & What They’ll do for You
If you’re looking for organic, handmade products that will have your body feeling soft and re-energized, you’ve come to the right place! My store has dozens of soaps, lip butters, pillow sprays, and more! I’ll be walking you through my Top 2 Vanilla-Infused products now.Calming Pillow, Bed, Sleep & Relaxing Room Spray, Lavender & Vanilla
If you’ve been having sleep-related issues such as insomnia, this calming spray is the perfect solution. Simply spritz some over your bed (particularly around your pillows) and you’ll be off to la-la land. Not only that, but you’ll wake up feeling more rested and far less anxious about the day ahead. Sleep is essential for optimal mental performance throughout the day and this will get you the sleep you need.
Soothing Vanilla - Mango Butter & Beeswax All-Natural Moisturizing Lip Butter for Dry & Chapped Lips, with Vitamin E & Jojoba Oil.
Chapped lips and winter go together like peanut butter and jelly. If your lips are cracked, dry, flaky, or just feeling a little tighter than normal, this is for you. This soothing all-natural butter balm is infused with everything you need to re-plump and re-soften your lips.
Revitalize your senses with vanilla oil in my handmade soaps and skincare products. Have you bought one of my products? Snap a photo of your new Nina’s Pure Joy skincare routine and tag me! I’d love to see how my products are benefiting your life. (Social links below).
It’s amazing to know the benefits of vanilla oil in mental, physical &skin health. I am going to try it. Nice communication!
I really enjoyed reading this article about the Mental Benefits of Vanilla and the Benefits of Vanilla for Your Body. The information provided was well-researched and informative, and I learned a lot about how vanilla can benefit both the body and the mind.
Vanilla is my all time favorite scent! I didn’t even know they made vanilla oil, so I’ll be checking into that for sure!
I have heard a lot about vanilla oil, and your blog was helpful in deciding if I should give it a try or not. But I have super sensitive skin. Can you tell me if I can use it?
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