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Improve Your Health with These Essential Oils for the Pineal Gland

Improve Your Health with These Essential Oils for the Pineal Gland

Have you ever been told your pineal gland is calcified? Maybe you think it isn’t active?

The pineal gland is essential because the messengers from this gland feed the muscles, memory, and provide your body melatonin to help you sleep.

The pineal gland is also the center for goal setting if you are working towards your ambitions. Keep reading to learn what essential oils can detoxify and support your pineal gland.

Essential oils for the pineal gland can be used aromatically or topically as part of a protocol to improve and support the activity of your pineal gland.

On the metaphysical side of healing, there are many essential oils that are effective in supporting this pinecone-shaped endocrine gland.

Your pineal gland is part of your endocrine system and is a very sensitive part of your brain. The healing properties of essential oils can support it against any toxins or stressors that drain it.

The healing properties of essential oils come from plants and are carefully extracted using distillation or pressing processes to concentrate the plant’s healing properties.

The resulting oil is a potent and highly concentrated plant essence.

The Best Essential Oils for the Pineal Gland

Studies hypothesize that the reason for troubles with the pineal gland is its sensitivity to chemicals, stress, and even EMFs shrinking the gland.

It is vitally important to avoid adding to that burden while seeking to heal with these methods.

Here are the top oils to help:

1. Bergamot

Bergamot oil

It is a vital oil for combatting stressors, mainly psychological stressors that can target the endocrine system.

2. Clary sage essential oil

It works more on the metaphysical side, assisting the brain in integrating new information in a less stressful way.

3. Lavender essential oil

It helps to stop insomnia by acting as a mild sedative. Lavender also helps to activate chemical messengers that help to calm your mind and body. 

You don’t have to be a medical professional to know that this sounds like a great way to relax your body through your brain in a perfectly natural way.

I love lavender for treating everything from unsightly broken capillaries to the condition myasthenia gravis and unnerving Bell’s Palsy episodes that benefit from essential oils.

4. Lemon essential oil

It is shown to elevate serotonin, an important messenger for the pineal gland to make the sleep promotion messenger melatonin.

5. Ginger

It has a very high antioxidant composition, is very protective for the brain, and can reduce oxidative stress that impacts the pineal gland.

6. Pine oil

Pine oil

It works metaphysically to connect with and open your pineal gland and the associated energy center of the third eye.

You can remember this one easily too, because “pine oil” looks A LOT like “pineal”!

Helpful Tips for Applying These Mixtures

Essential oils are super concentrated oils extracted from several different species of plants. They help the body in both the physical and metaphysical realms. 

Their strength and potency are important to all of their healing properties, but it also makes it necessary for you to know a few points before beginning. 

To begin, since these plant medicines are so potent, you must use them carefully and dilute them properly.

It is also vital to know that essential oils and water don’t mix. Essential oils are hydrophobic, which means they don’t mix well with water.

Additionally, you should not consider taking essential oils internally to help you with your pineal gland.

In fact, as a general rule of thumb, there’s no good reason to take essential oils internally unless you are under the care of a qualified aromatherapist.

Last, know that the most effective way to use essential oils for your pineal gland is to use them topically or aromatically.  These oils will work alone or can be used in combination.

Essential Oil Recipes and Pairing Suggestions

As mentioned, you can use essential oils either topically or aromatically, and I will give you some specific ways to use essential oils to support the pineal gland below.

But first, I want to provide you with a couple of combinations to help you maximize the properties that will assist you physically and metaphysically.

To get started, you will want to select your oils. When using essential oils to awaken the pineal gland, it’s best to choose one oil or a combination of oils from the list above.

Make your selection by checking within with what resonates the most for you. 

Here are a few suggested pairings for maximum results:

1. Pine and Lavender

These two oils merge the physical and beyond physical realms to create a blend that is relaxing and energetically stimulating. 

2. Clary Sage and Lemon

This combination works to detoxify the endocrine system and the pineal gland and energetically opens the third eye to improve the integration of new information. 

3. Bergamot and Lavender

This pair effectively balances the psychological and physical stressors that impact the brain and associated glands.

Usage Suggestions: Essential Oils for Pineal Gland

essential oils application methods

In most application methods, we do want to think about safety first! For the pineal gland, it is less important to dilute your oils, and you may have more rapid success by using their full strength. 

You may consider having a plant-based oil nearby in case of skin irritation, but it would be rare to have such an event for these methods.

Pineal Gland Reflexology Point

There are two main points associated with the pineal gland. The first reflexology point is on the tip of the index finger on the thumb side and right in line with the base of your fingernail.

The second point is your third eye and is in the center of your forehead just above your eyebrow line.

You can apply essential oils to either of these points or both.

The method is straightforward, just apply a drop of oil and massage it in.

You can add an extra element of energetic healing by using a circular or figure-8 pattern to your massage.

Repeat this 2-3 times a day and combine it with meditation for best results.

Scent Tent

The scent tent is a simple way to improve the pineal gland using essential oils directly. The scent tent works both on the physical realm and the metaphysical, or beyond the physical realm.

  1. Place 1-2 drops of each oil you have chosen in your hand. 

  2. Swirl it around to activate it, and then carefully cup your nose to inhale the aromatics and slowly exhale through your mouth. 

  3. Repeat for 3-4 breaths.

  4. Repeat this three times per day.

Using these recipes and  methods allows you to take advantage of the healing properties of the plants and their plant essences on the physical and energetic levels.

Consistency is vital to the success of these methods.

Essential oils for penal gland health (including for the physical and spiritual awakening) have been used for centuries so welcome yourself into a little history and start feeling better today!

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