The Pretty Hot Mess Moon Magic proprietary essential oil blend promotes a restful night's sleep without medications!! After working the Night shift for many many years this is one area I really needed help with. Moon magic is also known to relieve night terrors and promote a pleasant dream state. Moon Magic will help you drift off to dream land without waking up groggy.
APPLICATION: Apply to your entire hairline, wrists, back of neck and bottoms of feet to help you relax and drift away into a relaxed, dreamy state.
Pillow Spray: Spray on your pillow and sheets, transform your pillow with this soothing scent and create a relaxing environment for sleep
For 8 years and up. If you’re looking for a sleepy Oil for your little one, please see Sleepy 😴 Time
Ingredients: Lavender, Bergamot, Roman Chamomile, and Orange, infused with organic dried lavender and is diluted with Organic Fractionated Coconut Oil
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Chamomile: One of the best medicinal herbs for fighting stress and promoting relaxation. Inhaling chamomile vapors is often recommended as a natural remedy for anxiety and general depression, which is one reason why chamomile oil is a popular ingredient in many candles, aromatherapy products and bath-soaking treatments.
Lavender: Sleep-promoting natural insomnia remedy. Because of lavender oil’s sedative and calming properties, it works to improve sleep and treat insomnia. A 2015 study involving 158 mothers in their postpartum period were divided into the control or intervention group. The intervention group inhaled lavender oil before bed four times a week for eight weeks. The women using lavender oil displayed a significant improvement in sleep quality when compared to the control group.
Roman Chamomile: The relaxing properties of Roman chamomile promote healthy sleep and fight insomnia. A 2006 case study explored the inhalation effects of Roman chamomile essential oil on mood and sleep. The results found the volunteers experienced more drowsiness and calmness, demonstrating its potential to improve sleep and help enter a restful state. Inhalation of chamomile reduces a stress-induced increase in plasma adrenocorticotropic hormone levels. According to a 2005 study published in Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, chamomile extracts exhibit benzodiazepine-like hypnotic activity. A significant decrease in the time it took to fall asleep was observed in rats who received chamomile extract at a dose of 300 milligrams per kilogram of body weight.
Bergamot: Bergamot oil is a relaxant — it reduces nervous tension, and works as a stress reliever and natural remedy for anxiety. A study published in Complementary Medicine Research indicates that when healthy females are exposed to bergamot oil vapors, they displayed psychological and physiological effects.
Orange: Orange Oil can lift your mood and bring on relaxation. Orange essential oil has a direct effect on the olfactory system of the brain that quickly evokes emotional responses. It’s a great essential oil for balancing hormones since it can help turn off reactions from stress hormones like cortisol. Research shows that orange oil is both “uplifting” and “calming,” making it a great scent for brightening your mood in the morning or calming your nerves after a long day.
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