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1st Has Anyone Used Aromatherapy To Treat Symptoms? I'm Trying To Use Oils Which I Think Helps. I'm Just Not Educated Enough Yet.
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posted August 25, 2015
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I love a hot cup of tea,w cinnamon stick or (cinnamon disk or red hots) I have tried all of then n really good, or honey or Both! It jus helps relax me but the sleeping aids still is needed!lol!!!! Prayers n hugs to all!

posted August 25, 2015
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Definitely thankful for that info.. hadn't found anything on vanilla extract! I got a cute box to keep my collection of oils in and put an ice tray that makes round ice cubes in the bottom. Holds the bottles perfectly!

posted August 25, 2015
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I've been using doTerra oils. Deep Blue and Clove are a good combo for pain (according to my mother who has RLS. When I'm out of the house and get confused/anxious, Balance and Serenity help ease some of it

posted August 25, 2015
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I use peppermint oil at night sometimes too. And also for headaches. Sometimes it helps.

posted August 25, 2015
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I have a peppermint essential oil in a roller applicator. I roll some on my knees at bedtime and the cool helps the pain while the aroma helps with sleep.

posted August 25, 2015

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