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Signs of neurosis and the applying of oils to alleviate anxiousness

Neurosis is a mild, functional form of mental disorder in which no organic cause is found. The person is fully aware of their illnesses. It manifests itself in various forms of subjective suffering, as well as in conflict with oneself and the outside world. Neurosis can be mild and barely interfere with daily functioning, and can also be very severe and significantly disrupt daily life.

There is no qualitative difference in self-experience and objective reality. The basis of neurosis is neurotic conflict. It is mainly characterized by:


anxiety attacks

depressive behavior



obsessive compulsive behavior


various sexual dysfunctions

A neurotic person does not allow self-awareness, does not allow himself to accept his needs and does not allow them to organize his behavior. The main problem is ignorance of oneself and one’s needs.

The first symptoms of neurosis are:


accelerated pulse

stomach ache

frequent urination

Thus, all the same symptoms as in diseases of the heart, bladder and stomach. Neuroses can occur at any age, but they are most common in adulthood, in the period of life when there is a larger gap between the desires, possibilities and demands of the environment. Recognizing the existence of problems, the impossibility of solving them, is a ground for the emergence of neuroses. Treatment of neuroses is performed with aromatherapy, psychotherapy, individual or group work.

Aromatherapy clinic

Clinical aromatherapy applies essential oils in order to balance health and psychosomatic problems. The psychophysiological action of essential oils is applied in reducing the physical and mental symptoms of neurosis, stress, physical and mental fatigue.

Essential oils are selected according to the client’s current emotional and physical state, and adapted to him aromatically. There are no precisely specified essential oils nor is there any recipe for the problem of neurosis because in itself it is specific and subjective. Essential oils are selected from the following groups of therapeutic effects: sedative, anxiolytic and balancing. Absorption, massage and baths are used as techniques for applying essential oils.

The active chemical ingredients in essential oils that have the following properties are alcohols: linalool, geraniol, nerol, citronellol, farnesol found in the essential oils of geranium (Pelargonium graveolens), rose (Rosa damascena), neroli (Citrus a). essential oils of blue chamomile (Matricaria recutita), black pepper, ginger (Zingiber officinale), esters: linalyl acetate, geranyl acetate, benzyl acetate found in the essential oils of neroli (Citrus aurantium ssp. amustula) , roses (Rosa damascena).

The terpenoid alcohols linalool, geraniol and citronellol and the monoterpenes limonene and ketones have an anxiolytic effect. Said ingredients are found in essential oils; geraniums (Pelargonium graveolens, odorantisimum and bourbon), lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), palmarose (Cyimbopogon martinii), roses (Rosa damascena), coriander (Coriandrum sativum), is), iris (Iris pallida).

The antidepressant effect was found in aldehyde chemical compounds. These compounds are found in the essential oils of lemongrass (Cymbopogon fleixuosus), lemon balm (Melissa officinalis).

Integrative aromatherapy

Integrative aromatherapy uses essential oils in order to maintain / improve health, encouraging personal development and creating a lifestyle that significantly reduces the onset of neurosis and the effects of stress. Uses their full potential, especially wind, energy matrix and archetypes. Essential oils are selected intuitively and with a clearly formed purpose. The assessment and analysis of the degree of neurosis or stress is determined by the energy matrix of the essential oils and the dynamics of their archetypes.

Archetypes that support the calming effect: queen (rose), mother (lavender), protector (citronella), nurse (blue chamomile), nurse (Roman chamomile), victim (palmarosa), seductive (ylang ylang),

The archetypes that support the anxiolytic effect are: pedagogue (myrtle), coordinator (litsea), cook (lemongras), friend (melissa)

The archetypes that support the balancing effect are: psychologist (bergamot), psychiatrist (angel), incense (saint), hypnotherapist (valerian), savior (saro), etc.

Among the techniques of applying essential oils, inhalations, massages, baths, meditations, meditations and creative visualizations are used. The method of application is association, abstraction and integration through the energy matrix, with emphasis on the basic archetype, keyword, process level and state of consciousness. Self-help tips, you can also observe all the “recipes” through energy archetypes / matrices.

Psychosomatic pain

Aromatic lamps

4 drops of lavender (Lavandula ang justifolia)

2 drops of thyme (Thymus vulgaris ct. Linalool)

2 pika litsee (Litsea cubeba)

Mixture for self-massage

Bake in 20 ml base oil (optional)

8 drops of lavender (Lavandula ang justifolia)

5 pika marjoramë (marigram Origanum)

5 Pika barbarozë (Pelargonium odorantissima)

Gently warm the mixture and rub it on the abdomen, hands and feet, with long, gentle movements.

Anxiety and insomnia

Aromatic lamps

3 drops of thyme (Thymus vulgaris ct linalool)

5 pika bergamot (Citrus bergamia)

2 pika ylang ylang (Cananga odorata)


In two tablespoons of honey add:

8 drops of Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile)

5 drops of incense (Boswellia carteri)

5 drops of lavender (Lavandula ang justifolia)

3 Pika barbarozë (Pelargonium odorantissima)

Affective outbursts

Inhalation / dry dispensers

5 pika bergamot (Citrus bergamia)

5 Pika barbarozë (Pelargonium graveolens)

5 drops of incense (Boswellia carteri)

Mental fatigue

Inhalation / dry dispensers

4 pika bergamot (Citrus bergamia)

5 drops of coriander (Coriandrum sativum)

3 cedar points (Cedrus atlantica)

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