Aromatherapy for Finals Week

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With summer just around the corner, students are studying for upcoming finals. Finals can be a stressful time for many students. To help with the stress that finals can bring, Farm to Aromatherapy has put together some essential oils blends.

Study Break Aromatherapy Blend

We believe a key to a successful finals week is keeping calm. It is easy to overstress and put a lot of pressure on yourself as a student. Keep in mind that you have worked hard all semester and stress can hurt your performance on an exam, so when you feel stress forming use Farm to Aromatherapy’s Study Break aromatherapy blend.  This blend combines our Relaxation essential oil blend and Lavender essential oil is meant to calm and sooth you. The sweet scent of lavender combats restlessness and irritability, while the calming and grounding blend of Relaxation creates a restful sensation that relaxes your mind. Remember to take a break and de-stress while studying.

Recipe for Study Break:

Combine water, 2 drops of lavender essential oil, and 2 drops of Relaxation essential oil blend in your mist diffuser.


All-Nighter Aromatherapy Blend

With all of the studying that students have to do, it can be easy to lose focus and allow your mind to wander. Between studying and writing papers, students can work late into the night. If you find yourself losing focus as the hours of studying go on, use Farm to Aromatherapy’s All-Nighter aromatherapy blend. This combination of our Focus essential oil blend and lemon essential oil can be used to keep you in the zone. The energizing and invigorating lemon oil delivers a fresh aroma that brightens any room, while the playful blend of Focus grounds the mind, promotes inner harmony, re-centers your mind and helps with concentration.

Recipe for All-Nighter:

Combine water, 3 drops lemon essential oil, and 3 drops Focus essential oil blend in your mist diffuser.


Review Session Aromatherapy Blend

The last review session before going to sleep the night before an exam can be stressful and can often be pointless if your sleep isn’t restful. Our Review Session aromatherapy blend is ideal for less stress during that last review session before going to sleep. This blend promotes calm and restfulness. Combine our Farm to Aromatherapy Serenity essential oil blend and eucalyptus essential oil in your mist diffuser to achieve the best last review session environment. Serenity’s soothing blend of lavender, chamomile, and bergamot creates a restful atmosphere that calms your mind, while the revitalizing aroma of eucalyptus transforms any space into a therapeutic spa. The Review Session blend will help you get in that last bit of studying and then get to sleep.

Recipe for Review Session:

Combine water, 4 drops of eucalyptus, and 2 drops Serenity essential oil blend in your mist diffuser.


A.M. Exam Aromatherapy Blend

Finals week can mean less sleep for a lot of students. Between all-nighters, early exams, and the overall stress keeping you up at night, students can be very tired and sometimes coffee alone won’t cut it. When you find yourself not being motivated to get going in the morning or dragging throughout the day, try our A.M. Exam aromatherapy blend. This is a blend of Farm to Aromatherapy’s Refresh essential oil blend and peppermint essential oil. Refresh’s aromatic blend of grapefruit, basil, and lime inspires the mind and revitalizes the senses. The refreshing menthol of peppermint delivers a cooling sensation that uplifts the mind with a sense of positivity. Give it a try when you are running on fumes and need to make it to the finish line of finals week.

Recipe for A.M. Exam:

Combine water, 4 drops of peppermint essential oils, and 2 drops of Refresh essential oil blend in your mist diffuser.


We hope Farm to Aromatherapy’s blends help you during finals week. If essential oils aren't your thing, try these blends using wax melts. Share this with your fellow students, so they too can benefit from aromatherapy.

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