Depression and negativity can stem from a wide range of psychological issues, pressures and experiences. The five elements, based on Chinese medicine, identifies the nature of the depression by the cause and characteristics. The element to which the problem is linked is the one that most clearly associates to the precise feelings involved. The Elements connect to physical organs and meridians and tends to be the most accurate when dealing with depression. If one can use antidepressants to raise the chemical imbalance in the body, they can then incorporate one or more of the Elements to heal on a deeper level tending to the organs associated and the physical issues that are out of balance.
WATER:In Chinese Taoist philosophy, Water represents intelligence and wisdom. Water is flexible yet strong, flowing yet still, calm yet dangerous. For Water, the surface is only the beginning, with the real movement hidden in its depths. Those with the Water element are not reclusive, however, they enjoy their own company and time for inner reflection. They are often quiet and peaceful, but have great capacity to overwhelm others.
Organic/Wild Crafted Oils of: Juniperus communis, Callitris intratropicam, Pelargonium x asperum, Thymus Satureiodes Coss, Helichrysum italicum, Zingiber officinalis, Citrus limon, and Ocimum basilicum L
Use: Add 12-21 drops to a diffuser or ionizer with water. Add 5 drops to bath.
Discontinue if irritation occurs. Not recommended for ingestion.