Natural and Botanical Sleep Aids – Aromatherapy to Help You Sleep



SoBotanical SoBo Apothecary Headease Pure Essential Oil SynergySome people are luckier than others when it comes to getting some good shuteye. If you have issues sleeping, I can’t tell you that a botanical or natural sleep aid will do the trick and cure your issues, but it’s possible it might help. Aromatherapy is a popular concept and many experts in the industry firmly believe in its benefits and value. Essential oils, natural fragrances, and organic ingredients can contribute to better mental, spiritual, and emotional awareness. Before going too far into treatment for sleep problems, consider natural and botanical sleep aids through aromatherapy to help you catch your zzz’s.

I received a couple of aromatherapy products to review in relation to getting a more relaxed sleep. I received free samples of SoBo Apothecary Headease Pure Essential Oil Synergy by SoBotanical and Goodnight Essential Oil Roll-on Remedy by Tisserand for the purpose of this review. I’ll give you my thoughts on these products, which I feel are well suited for restless sleepers, especially when traveling on business and needing to get some sleep away from home.

Tisserand Goodnight (Sleep) Essential Oil Roll-on Remedy
Tisserand Goodnight Sleep Essential Oil Roll-on RemedyI have tried other products by Tisserand in the past and I’ve always been a fan of their aromatherapy products for beauty, health, and general wellness. Tisserand products are paraben free and contain no synthetic fragrances – important if you care about healthy aromatherapy! The Tisserand Goodnight (Sleep) Essential Oil Roll-on Remedy is a 10ml roll-on product that contains a handmade blend of essential oils including tranquil organic lavender oil, comforting organic bergamot oil, and serene organic ylang-ylang oil in a base of organic jojoba.

I believe my product is a previous generation of the Tisserand Aromatherapy product, Sleep, which is a roll-on for troubled sleepers as well, featuring the same ingredients. When you unscrew the cap on this aromatherapy roll-on, the fragrance is delightful and organic. To use, gently roll product onto your pulse points as needed. Tisserand Goodnight Essential Oil Roll-on Remedy (Sleep) is a Vegan product that is not tested on animals.

Tisserand Aromatherapy products contain only pure, naturally-occurring essential oils – nothing synthetic. You can buy Tisserand products like the Tisserand Goodnight Essential Oil Roll-on Remedy online at retailers like Amazon.com.

SoBo Apothecary Headease Pure Essential Oil Synergy by SoBotanical
SoBotanical SoBo Apothecary Headease Pure Essential Oil SynergySoBotanical offers countless luxurious aromatherapy products as well as bath and body goodies. I received a number of their great products for free for the purpose of review, and came to find out that Headease is one of their best sellers. A soothing and relaxing blend of Peppermint, Lavender, Chamomile, Eucalyptus, Marjoram, and Basil essential oils blend beautifully together to pull you away from the day and help you drift off to a comfortable sleep.

SoBotanical’s SoBo Apothecary Headease Pure Essential Oil Synergy comprises anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal properties to enhance the immune system and alleviate various symptoms of cold and flu, such as headache (thus the name), sinus problems, and achy joints. SoBo Apothecary Headease Pure Essential Oil Synergy is designed to assist easier breathing as well. The company recommends trying Headease as a room spray, too. SoBo Apothecary Headease Pure Essential Oil Synergy retails for $11 -$38. For more information, see http://sobotanical.com.

Aromatherapy can be a great sleep aid. It may not work for everyone, though. What is your experience?

You might also like...

One thought on “Natural and Botanical Sleep Aids – Aromatherapy to Help You Sleep

  1. The amount of sleep we need, and its pattern, changes with age. Small babies spend most of their time asleep; children need more sleep than adults, and small children need a nap during the day. Sleep patterns change again during adolescence. Most adults need about 7 or 8 hours sleep per night, although some people seem to need less, and some a bit more. Older people often go back to sleeping for shorter periods and have a nap during the day.,:..`

    Please do have a look at this useful webpage <http://www.healthmedicine101.com/index.php/

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *