Best Essential Oil for Memory - Maximize Your Mind's Potential
By Hope Johnson
Give yourself the gift of mental clarity. Improve memory and attention span. Reach your full potential to complete tasks and meet goals all with a positive and peaceful state of mind.
Do you have trouble focusing well enough to follow through on assignments or projects? Use Mastermind Essential Oil Blend to invite focus, calm energy and deep breathing so you can savor the journey toward meeting your goals. This aromatherapy blend of pure essential oils supports increased focus and reduced mental chatter for improved studying, writing, composing or getting in touch with our creativity.
I first came up with Mastermind Essential Oil Blend when my friend, a high school teacher, asked me about the best essential oils to both help her students focus and “get the stinky sock smell out of the air!” It also needed to be economical as she was living on a teacher’s salary.
The feedback I got from my friend was that students were noticeably more relaxed and less distracted, and that everyone appreciated the fresh, uplifting and stimulating aroma coming from the classroom’s oil diffuser.
Developed with Students in Mind – Study More Efficiently with Mastermind Essential Oil Blend
The link between memory and our sense of smell is well established, but did you ever think how to harness these benefits to supercharge your study time? When it comes time for class, practice or an exam, breathing in the same scent you did will studying or practicing can help you perform at your best. It’s similar to that feeling we all get when we smell a nostalgic aroma from our childhood; the memories seem to flood in with just one whiff.
Put this pure essential oil blend in your aromatherapy diffuser when you study. Later, if you find yourself stumped, take a deep breath of Mastermind to help you remember! If carrying the bottle with you is not feasible, put a few drops on a tissue or your wrist before entering the exam or study room.
What causes Lack of Focus and How Mastermind Essential Oils Blend Can Help
Feeling unfocused or distracted is just an effect of pursuing thoughts without pausing. It’s easy to get caught up in the affairs of the world and forget to notice your breathing and feelings. Essential oils in general, and my Mastermind essential oil blend specifically, encourage mental stillness. Just taking a whiff of essential oils momentarily pauses whatever thought pattern is present. It’s like a mini reset.
All three of the essential oils used in my Mastermind Essential Oil Blend are known for their invigorating, uplifting and purifying effects. Their alchemy helps lighten the mood while stimulating deeper breathing. Together, these effects support a focused state of mind in which we feel both calm and mentally alert.
The purpose of Mastermind Essential Oil Blend is to help focus your mental energies. The aroma is crisp and freshening. A drop on the tongue tastes similar to a strong minty breath strip. Try adding one drop to a glass of water and enjoy its minty freshness throughout your day!
Not only is this blend refreshing to the mind (and breath), but it can also help with circulation, excessive hunger, and memory retention!
Here’s a summary of the essential oils that make up my Mastermind Essential Oil Blend, and why I find each one particularly useful for the purpose intended…
Lemon Essential Oil
Lemon Essential Oil vapors have been shown to balance dopamine and serotonin neurotransmitter systems in scientific studies, which must be why we feel so uplifted around lemons. Lemon is also used for appetite control and for increasing alertness.
Peppermint Essential Oil
Peppermint Essential Oil has been in use for centuries as a digestive aid and for assisting with concentrative and cognitive functions. Menthol in Peppermint has calming and soothing effect. It’s also been found useful by many for alleviating headaches and anxiousness. I find that it relieves emotional stress and inspires joy. I think you will agree.
Rosemary Essential Oil
Rosemary Verbenone is a gentler, yet equally potent, variety of Rosemary. The dried herb has been used for centuries in the form of a tea to improve memory, and more recently, science is suggesting that the chemical components in Rosemary are known to strengthen transmitters in the brain. Rosemary is also useful for increasing circulation; it’s both soothing and clearing to the lungs.
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