Bliss: defined as perfect happiness, or great joy. Most of us have had someone tell us to take a deep breath during a time of stress and anxiety or perhaps when we’re upset and angry. What if that deep breath did more than calm us down? What if it helped us achieve bliss?
What is Allysian Essentials™ Bliss?
This exotic blend of lavender flower, rosemary floral top, sage leaf, eucalyptus leaf, geranium flower, ylang ylang flower, sweet orange peel, and peppermint leaf essential oils is designed to bring about feelings of happiness, harmony, and vitality. With thorough research, we found the perfect fusion of oils demonstrating improved mood and self-esteem, reduced stress and anxiety, and increased feelings of calm, relaxation, and contentedness.
Not only does Allysian Essentials™ Bliss make you feel good, it smells so very delightful that you just might catch yourself wearing it for its fragrance!
“I love Allysian Essentials Bliss! It’s like a perfume with extra benefits!”
Boost Happiness & Self-Esteem
Lavender flowers are known for their soothing fragrance and have been used for making potpourri for centuries. More recently, lavender has popped up as a flavour in the food world, with cakes, drinks, and even ice creams carrying the delicate aroma and taste of lavender. Not as widely known are ylang ylang flowers, which come from the Cananga odorata tree, commonly found in the rainforests of Asian and South Pacific Islands. We chose the essential oils of these two flowers because studies have shown their ability to balance the mind and mood.
- In a 2004 study, adults who applied lavender essential oil to their wrists had higher levels of positive feelings after an anxiety-provoking test than adults who simply put distilled water on their wrists. The researchers concluded that lavender essential oil may help increase feelings of happiness (2).
- In a 2014 study, ylang ylang essential oil, applied in three different ways, resulted in an increase in self-esteem in participant groups (3).
“I have used Allysian Essentials™ Bliss 3 times over the course of 2 days and after each use, I find myself feeling more uplifted than before!”
Feel Content and Relaxed
Eucalyptus trees are native to Australia and often associated with the fun-loving koalas that feast on their leaves. Orange and peppermint are both well-known flavours that many enjoy daily. Who would’ve thought that the essential oils of the food of koalas, the oranges we eat, or the very herb that is used to flavour chewing gum could soothe our nerves and help us regain our composure?
- In a 2014 study, olfactory (relating to smell) stimulation from sweet orange essential oil was found to bring about both physiological and psychological relaxation, with increased ratings of comfortable, relaxed, and natural feelings (4).
- In a 1994 study, a combination of peppermint and eucalyptus oils applied to the forehead and temples was found to be effective in significantly reducing feelings of “emotional irritation” (↓ by 14%) and decreasing muscle activity (↓ by 30.6%), indicating improved muscle relaxation. A peppermint essential oil blend significantly reduced pain sensitivity to induced headache by 27% (5).
“Over the weekend, I was feeling a little ‘off’ with a headache, wondering if I was getting sick, but not really sure what was going on. When I realized I wasn’t feeling quite right, I tried using Allysian Essentials™ Bliss. Soon after, I noticed that I felt 100% again!”
Ease Away Stress & Anxiety
Those of you who garden may be familiar with geranium, a flower that is native to the temperate climate of South Africa and is sometimes used to repel mosquitoes! Gardener or not, most people have probably heard of the herb rosemary, which is commonly used in cooking and was once used by ancient Egyptians as incense. Like all the ingredients chosen for Allysian Essentials™ Bliss, we included the essential oils of these plants because of what studies have shown.
- In a 2015 study, participants who inhaled geranium essential oil had significantly decreased anxiety levels, compared to the placebo group (6).
- In a 2007 study, both lavender and rosemary essential oils were found to decrease levels of the stress hormone cortisol by 22.3% and 23.5%, respectively (7).
Lift Your Spirits with Allysian Essentials™ Bliss
Allysian Essentials™ Bliss was formulated with extensive research so that with each breath you take, not only will you feel more calm and relaxed, but fulfilled, emotionally balanced, and filled with bliss. What are you waiting for? Experience Allysian Essentials™ Bliss: 100% natural essential oils that will lift your spirits and bring a smile to your face.
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- Burnett, K. M., Solterbeck, L. A., & Strapp, C. M. (2004). Scent and mood state following an anxiety-provoking task. Psychological Reports, 95(2), 707-722.
- Gnatta, J. R., Piason, P. P., Lopes, C. D. L. B. C., Rogenski, N. M. B., & Silva, M. J. P. D. (2014). Aromatherapy with ylang ylang for anxiety and self-esteem: a pilot study. Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP, 48(3), 492-499.
- Igarashi, M., Ikei, H., Song, C., & Miyazaki, Y. (2014). Effects of olfactory stimulation with rose and orange oil on prefrontal cortex activity. Complementary therapies in medicine, 22(6), 1027-1031.
- Gobel, H., Schmidt, G., & Soyka, D. (1994). Effect of peppermint and eucalyptus oil preparations on neurophysiological and experimental algesimetric headache parameters. Cephalalgia, 14(3), 228-234.
- Fakari, F. R., Tabatabaeichehr, M., Kamali, H., Fakari, F. R., & Naseri, M. (2015). Effect of inhalation of aroma of geranium essence on anxiety and physiological parameters during first stage of labor in nulliparous women: a randomized clinical trial. Journal of caring sciences, 4(2), 135.
- Atsumi, T., & Tonosaki, K. (2007). Smelling lavender and rosemary increases free radical scavenging activity and decreases cortisol level in saliva. Psychiatry Research, 150(1), 89-96.