Have you ever gotten angry in a situation? Maybe you said some things you couldn’t take back? Maybe your temper showed your frustration? We’ve all been there. We’ve all experienced that. But what do you do when you’re feeling especially livid? What if you’re at work and you just can’t take a 10 minute time-out break to cool off. What if you’re stuck in traffic and running late for an appointment?
Let me suggest something to you. Instead of telling your boss where to go, or causing an accident due to road rage, simply reach for your Thyme. Thyme essential oil is wonderful at calming you down, relaxing you, soothing the stress, and melting away the anger like butter on a hot summer’s day.
Thyme is considered "The Oil of Releasing & Forgiving" according to the book Emotional Healing with Essential Oils by Daniel Mcdonald. Thyme essential oil is a powerful cleaner for the emotions and is able to address the toxic emotions of rage, anger & hate. Let thyme oil help you change these negative emotions into love and forgiveness.
Thyme is a hotter oil, so you want to use Fractionated Coconut Oil (FCO) with it instead of sprinkling it straight onto your skin. It’s best to do a 4 to 1 ratio. 4 drops FCO to one drop of Thyme oil. You can keep a roll on bottle of it in your car or in your purse. Just make sure that if you keep it in the car, your car doesn’t get too hot or it will kill the medicinal properties in the oil.
It is easy to make this DIY Roll on, simply place 10 drops of thyme essential oil into a 10 ml roll on bottle, then fill the rest of the bottle with fractionated coconut oil. Place roller ball and cap onto bottle, gently swirl the mixture to blend it and label the bottle "Thyme for Anger".
You can also use thyme in your diffuser to enjoy the benefits of this wonderful oil. Try the "Anger Be Gone" essential oil diffuser blend to assist you to deal with unresolved negativity and anger. Use 3 drops of thyme, 3 drops bergamot and 1 drop of ylang ylang.
Next time you’re mad and tempted to take your anger out on someone or something, reach for the Thyme instead. Melt your anger and stress away, you’ll feel better almost instantly.