This wild vetiver oil has an intoxicating aroma and a beautiful, mildly woody scent perfect for grounding and relaxation. Vetiver has a wide range of uses and benefits in aromatherapy.
Soothing, Relaxing, High Quality Oil
Wild vetiver has a slightly sweet grassy and woody aroma. The oil is made from the root of the vetiver plant, which gives it an earthy character. Just a little bit of this high quality oil is enough to provide hours of calm and relaxation, making it a perfect oil to unwind after a long day.
**Consult a doctor or professional health care practitioner if you are taking prescription drugs, have a medical condition, or are pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.ne of the best scents for alleviating nervousness, stress, and anxiety, and has a wide range of other health benefits.
Note: The relaxation produced by this oil is actually quite intense, so you may want to enjoy it toward the end of the day for your first couple experiences, as you may find it can literally “knock you out” (in a good way!) depending on how much you use and your sensitivity.
How To Use Wild Vetiver Oil
In general, I would advise against heating or diffusing this oil with any kind of device. It will last many hours when simply applied to your skin. Simply apply a little bit to the back of your hands or your inner wrists, and then rub these two contact points together very lightly to “spread” the oil out a bit on the surface of your skin. The wrists and hands are nice contact points because you can bring them up to your nose to enjoy the oil at any time.
The oil can also be applied to your temples, your clothing, or even pillow cases. As a general rule of thumb, oils will last longer on textiles (clothes, pillows). However, certain amazing notes only really emerge from the oil co-mingling with your skin. By applying the oil to your skin, your body temperature will also heat it very slightly, again producing slightly different notes. As you can tell, there are a lot of ways to enjoy this oil!
Also: If you have very sensitive skin, the oil can also be applied to the palms or bottom of your feet (where the skin is thicker, calloused, and more resilient) to avoid any kind of reaction or sensitivity. Many people actually find that applying oils to the bottom of their feet helps them “absorb” or uptake the oil faster/more potently.