Clary sage is just awesome.
While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea with regards to what it smells like (it took me a while to get used to it), it absolutely is the daddy when it comes to resetting your hormones.
Us ladies, never seem to be in balance.
As a psychologist I work with people from all walks of life (and who have a whole host of different difficulties), and depression is by far the most common difficulty I come across.
As with all mental health difficulties depression really doesn’t care whether you’re young, old, black, white, green, male, female …
When your brain decides life is just too difficult it goes into shutdown mode and ‘bam’ every ounce of motivation you once had is gone.
So for my ‘real’ job I created a post this morning called: “Suicide a word that strikes fear into the hardiest of people” you’re more than welcome to check it out but the general idea is to get people to start talking about suicide because all the research shows by talking about it we can remove the stigma and essentially save more people.
But what has it got to do with essential oils?
Well as I was wringing all the stats the sheer number of suicides kinda jumped up and slapped me in the face.
In the UK there were over 6000 suicides in 2014 (ONS, 2016).
Katie Woodland is a Developmental Psychologist who helps people overcome extreme levels of stress, depression & anxiety in just 12 weeks by delivering a clinically proven intensive holistic therapy programme. Essential oils are a key part of this programmes success.