You’ve all heard me speak about and praise the AWESOME benefits of therapeutic essential oils. I’ve personally used them as a primary and supportive form of daily medicine for pain relief, stress, anxiety management, and to help keep me focused as well as to support sleep quality at night.
I recently began using a brand new blend and formula called APAPTIV™ that I have been using daily since September 2019. I wish I could inspire everyone to try this stuff! It has been so incredibly beneficial to me and many others I have met that are using it. I am also excited about the science that went into the development of this formula and that the intention for bringing this to the market was to address the need for healthier stress-management options that really work without negative side-effects or complications.
Why I Think Should You Use the APAPTIV™ Blend?
We all have our own unique emotional needs. Essential oils are a convenient and effective tool for improving your emotional well-being. Experimentation is the best way to find out what works for you, but science provides some compelling evidence in regards to the way aroma influences our mood is not exclusively individual. Formulated with precise amounts of many of nature’s time-tested most profound mood influencing aromas, APAPTIV™ can be your go-to to promote the soothing and uplifting feelings you need to provide added support and to help get through the day.
Not only is the APAPTIV™ line revolutionary because of the amazing benefits it provides, it also represents a landmark case for the clinical research team that developed it at doTERRA®.
This study involved a larger number of dōTERRA scientists than any previous in-house trial. It was the first involving psychological elements. It included the youngest study participants in any dōTERRA trial. And investigated something we are all faced with – STRESS!
The Science Behind APAPTIV™
Wild Orange is commonly used in essential oil blends aimed to promote emotional well-being because of its uniquely energizing yet calming aroma. Clinical research has shown that due to its concentration of limonene, aromatic and topical application of Wild Orange promotes a positive mood and supports a relaxing environment
The calming and relaxing aroma of Lavender essential oil is often considered the root of modern aromatherapy and the past century has provided a significant amount of evidence to support it. Whether applied topically or used aromatically, numerous human clinical trials have validated the ability of Lavender’s aroma to improve mood, reduce feelings of anxiousness and stress, and create a restful environment.
Learn about linalool and GABA receptors here: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-research-news-linalool-gaba-receptors
As the essential oil with the highest known concentration of beta-caryophyllene, Copaiba’s spectrum of benefits is almost endless. While it is primarily known for being powerfully antioxidant, supporting the immune and respiratory systems when used internally, and being great for the skin topically, the rich concentration of beta-caryophyllene also imparts an uplifting aroma that research suggests may be beneficial to those attempting to abstain from unhealthy habits.
The dominant volatile aromatic compound in the chemical composition of Spearmint essential oil is the monoterpene ketone, carvone. Along with having numerous benefits when applied topically (specifically, cleansing properties), human clinical research has shown that essential oils high in carvone (Spearmint and Dill) have an uplifting and arousing aroma that are particularly beneficial for those with active lifestyles.
Magnolia has one of the highest concentrations of monoterpene alcohol, linalool. Along with its many benefits when applied topically, essential oils rich in linalool have been shown in experimental research to promote a calm environment and feelings of relaxation.
Rosemary has a unique chemical composition, including significant concentrations of 1,8 cineole, camphor, and alpha-pinene. The combination of these three monoterpenes creates a distinct aroma that has been shown in clinical research to increase feelings of alertness and focus, and reduce feelings of stress.
Neroli is unique in that it has many of the mood-modulating characteristics of essential oils rich in linalool and linalyl acetate, but being derived from a citrus tree (Citrus aurantium), it also has significant concentrations of limonene. A breadth of clinical research validates the ability of Neroli essential oil to provide calming feelings when experienced aromatically.
Liquidambar, more commonly referred to as “sweetgum”, produces a resinous sap (liquid amber) that can be steam distilled to produce an essential oil with a wide spectrum of benefits. The resulting substance is a unique combination of volatile aromatic compounds that are not commonly found in other essential oils, and emit a unique aroma with pine, floral, and spicy notes. While it is primarily known for its benefits when applied topically, sweetgum essential oil is also commonly used to promote a calm and restful environment.
Where to get APAPTIV™
APAPTIV™ 15mL Essential oil concentrate: https://doterra.me/J7SVPKzc
APAPTIV™ 10mL Essential oil roller: https://doterra.me/hwIPWqMI
APAPTIV™ 30 cap Daily Supplement formula: https://doterra.me/eCWWH2KD
APAPTIV™ Kit – includes all 3 products: https://doterra.me/wn5JyFlD
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lavender EO for agitation in dementia:
lavender EO affects serotonin:
orange EO in PTSD:
Copaiba is neuroprotective and helpful after excitotoxic injury:
Rosemary is arousing and improves cognition:
Neroli anxiolytic vs. Xanax:
Sweetgum resin (or storax), can be compared to anticonvulsants in its anti-anxiety effect and sedative properties and possibly used as anticonvulsants often are to help with bi-polar disorder: