Ocotea essential oil supports normal, healthy metabolism.
Benefits of Ocotea Essential Oil
Helps with weight management.
Reduces cravings in the evening-1 drop in evening.
Stress beater, helps mental relaxation
The Ocotea tree lives deep in the amazon basin of Ecuador and is related to the cinnamon species. It’s not like any common cinnamon tree though and as for it’s chemistry, has only about 5% cinnamaldehyde as compared to 50% or higher in cinnamon bark oil. That means Ocotea will produce much less skin sensitivity than cinnamon bark or cassia essential oils.
What do you do with it?
- Dilute half essential oil 1 — 4 drops vegetable oil (olive or almond, not the Crisco stuff :P)
- Put it on your skin
- Inhale it (smell it) directly out of the bottle.
- Diffuse it: Only cold-diffusers, please. Heat messes up essential oils. Young Living has several great diffusers available:
- Aria Ultrasonic Diffuser Item No. 4524 makes a mist with a couple drops of any essential oil and water. Plus, it looks really cool with colored lights & you can hook it up to your tunes. Comes with two 5 ml bottles of oil: peppermint & tangerine.
- Dewdrop Diffuser Item No. 5330 Custom designed with up to four hours of continuous run diffusion, automatic shut-off, and ambient light control, Young Living’s Dewdrop Diffuser can transform any space into a spa-like atmosphere. This one comes in the starter kit too!
- Home Diffuser Item No. 4468 This diffuser is the most affordable, it uses ultrasonic stuff to make a mist from a few drops of essential oils and distilled water. As an extra bonus, when you buy this diffuser you also get 2 essential oils, Lavender and Citrus Fresh, in 4 ml bottles
Where else can you find Ocotea essential oil?
Ocotea is found in Stress Away™ Essential Oil Roll-On Item No. 4472.
[Photo: Jens G. Rohwer]