Lavender is a very relaxing oil! I love to use it in my relaxing linen spray before bed to encourage a deep, peaceful night's sleep! You can learn more about the relaxing linen spray and more about lavender essential oil in this post.
Another great oil to help relax and to promote a great night's sleep! Diffuse, spray, or rub on roman chamomile to help promote sleep. This truly is the 'sleepy-time' herb!
Learn more about how and why to use roman chamomile essential oil in this post!
Sandalwood is a very grounding, calming oil. Apply this oil to the temples and the back of the neck to encourage a deep, restful sleep. Find out more amazing benefits of sandalwood essential oil as well as additional ways to use this amazing oil here!
Using small amounts of clary sage in a bath or diffuser is a great way to encourage sleep!
Find out more about why you should use clary sage essential oil in this post!
Frankincense is a great oil to use if the reason for lack of sleep is due to worry or stress. This is my go to oil for worries and fears! It always helps me to relax, which will also help sleep to come:)
Essential Oils For Sleep
And those are five of the best essential oils for sleep!
Do you have a hard time getting to sleep or staying asleep? Give one of these oils a try! And be sure to come back after using them and leave me a comment below telling me how the oils helped you!
If you would like to learn more about some of the top essential oils that you should use, then be sure to read my post 25 of the Best Essential Oils!
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