April Brancamp is a natural living expert whose work with essential oils has benefited me and my family directly. I requested that she write a piece on using oils for grounding as a resource for mood management. I hope you find this how-to helpful!


Are there times you seem disconnected from life? Maybe you’re feeling a little scatterbrained, all over the place, disoriented, or perhaps your thoughts are racing?

You may need to be grounded. Grounding connects you with the present, instead of thinking about the past or the future.

It’s truly a gift to live in the present moment. You get to experience the here and now. Taking it in with all of your senses; which truly means to live your life and live in the moment.

You will appreciate everything more and express gratitude and feel the beauty of life and the joy of it as well.

There are many essential oils that can assist in grounding: Patchouli, Vetiver, Arborvitae, Birch, and my two favorites for grounding are ironically Grounding Blend and Focus Blend.

The beauty of using essential oils are that the effects are usually immediate and you can get relief right away! If you have trouble staying grounded, you can make sure you incorporate this into your daily routine.

A daily routine that can be used by everyone is to apply the Grounding Blend to the bottom of your feet, or up your spine. This allows you to start the day grounded in the present and ready to take on your day in the right frame of mind and living in the present!

If you’d like to know more about the trusted essential oil brand I use Click here.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products discussed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

Find more from April and connect by visiting her site, Essentially April, where this post originally appeared.


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