Mellow the Holiday Madness with Nutmeg

Mellow the holiday madness with the coolest spice ever – Nutmeg - that Ayurveda guarantees will make this time feel better!

The Ayurveda Experience November 25, 2015

For some, just thinking about the holidays brings about stress. 

Sometimes, the mere bombardment of ads, sales pitches, the push towards consumerism, and the boost in traffic itself in the area is enough to make you want to retreat. Finding the simplicity within the holiday madness takes some self-awareness and effort, like two wings of a bird! 

This is exactly why it’s important to carry forward the energy of Thanksgiving through to Christmas and as the New Year begins too. Giving thanks and experiencing gratitude holds the highest vibrational energy. When we are not living in the future or in the past, we can seize this moment of gratitude. 

And the truth is, it starts with you.  

Taking care of yourself, spending time attending, and healing yourself is a big part of self-care too. 

And none better than the essential oil of nutmeg exists to bring you that level of solace and comfort! 

This rich spice with a mystifying naturally grounding scent, in fact, holds the key to helping mitigate or intercept some holiday challenges, which is the best we can do. 

Ayurvedically speaking, nutmeg is considered to be a highly effective spice as it helps maintain the body’s natural state of balance. Besides, it also shows natural healing abilities that help relax and calm stiffness, soreness, and tiredness in general. 

Three Best Benefits of Nutmeg Essential Oil

1. Reduces mental exhaustion and fatigue.  

Put 2 to 3 drops in some carrier oil and apply it directly to the adrenals (mid-back) before leaving the house. 

2. Aids digestion and reduces bloating and flatulence after a big meal.  

Apply 2 to 3 drops (in a carrier oil) to your stomach before or after a meal. 

3. Promotes a better sleep

Apply a few drops on your feet before bedtime for more restful sleep, which we need more of during busy times. 

Remember, the sense of smell is the most powerful of the five senses according to Ayurveda. It affects the limbic part of the brain, which governs emotions and hormones. That’s enough to make a shift in how you feel right now, wherever you are! 

And don’t forget to diffuse some in your home so that your guests can also benefit. It may even appease some of the more aggressive-thinking family members! 

But if you were wondering if all these potent benefits of Nutmeg can benefit your skin too, iYURA Mehfranz Eternally Fragrant Body Massage Oil brings you the right solution for that too! This unique all-natural polyherbal formulation brings you the comfort of Nutmeg along with the rich, cooling, earthy scent of Cardamom, to take care of all your sweat-related issues AND makes you smell naturally good. 

With a naturally calming and de-stressing effect, Mehfranz can be your perfect alternative to chemical-laden deodorants and artificial body sprays that may be toxic to your lymphatic and reproductive systems. What’s more? It is also intensely moisturizing and leaves your skin looking clean, clear and fresh for longer periods with a mesmerizing even-toned, glowing appearance! 

Learn more about Mehfranz, here!

 


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