A story about this — 6 years ago
- Tranquil, refreshing, balancing
- the ability to both uplift and sedate
- “trust geranium to come to the rescue for all your emotional concerns”
- balances and uplifts, helping you to cope with fear and depression, while its sedative effects calm anxiety and nervous tension putting your mind back into balance
- calms stress through its action on the adrenal cortex
- geranium is one of the few oils that mixes well in almost any combination
- particularly lovely with bergamot, lime, citronella, grapefruit, orange, neroli and petitgrain
- “If you want a real treat, geranium and rose is simply gorgeous.”
Okay, so I’m starting to think pretty much every essential oil has some property that makes it good for study session!
The only thing geranium smells like to me is Turkish Delight! It’s very sweet and quite overpowering, but I can’t argue with the above – it’s hard to feel negative around
Turkish Delight geranium scent. I do need to be in the mood for this, as it can be a little sickly sweet, and it does seem more a bath scent than a study thing. Makes a nice change, though.