Top 4 Ways to Use Davana: Our Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

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Top 4 Ways to Use Davana: Our Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

Top 4 Ways to Use Davana: Our Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

Davana

Latin name: Artemisia pallens

Aroma Description: Potent, fruity aroma

Therapeutic benefits

  • Supports emotional concerns and helps soothe frazzled nerves.
  • Promotes relaxation and quiets the mind.
  • Helpful with menstrual cramps and menopausal symptoms.
  • A popular choice in perfumery and fragrance.

 

Kidsafe?

No! Davana is NOT KidSafe. There is not enough information on the properties of Davana to add it to our KidSafe list. However, we know of no specific concerns that make Davana not safe to use with children.

Top 4 Ways to Use Davana: Our Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

Dilution instructions:

Dilute to 1-2% in a carrier oil for topical application.

 

Diffusion instructions:

To help restore depleted emotional reserves, diffuse 2 drops with 3 drops Frankincense Carteri and 1 drop Lavender.

 

Oils to blend with:

Bergamot, Black Pepper, Frankincense Carteri, Jasmine Absolute, Mandarin, Neroli, Orange Sweet, Patchouli, Rose Absolute, Tangerine, Vanilla Oleoresin, Ylang Ylang Complete.

 

Additional reading

Sourced from India, Davana has a rich history in Ayurvedic healing. The leafy green plant, which grows 12-18 inches tall and sports tiny, puffy yellow flowers, is revered by the people of the area who use the flowers in religious or ceremonial offerings. The whole plant is distilled right before the flowers open, which results in this beautiful, fruity essential oil.

 

Emotional Support

Most essential oils have a number of different therapeutic benefits and Davana is no exception. But where this oil shines is when it comes to helping support and balance emotions. It can help soothe nervous tension and bring about a sense of calm. It is especially good when you’re feeling drained or frazzled after a long day.

 

Mental Calm

As so many of us know, if you’re having a rough time emotionally, it can take a toll mentally. So while you’re diffusing Davana to help calm emotions, it can also help quiet your mind and soothe nerves. Before you know it, you’ll enjoy a calm, peaceful mindset and a more relaxed state.

 

Ladies Only

Being a woman comes with its own set of issues. And Davana is an excellent choice to support these issues! It can ease the symptoms associated with menopause. What’s more, it can also help when that time of the month stops being every month. This is oil is great to have on hand no matter where you are in life.

 

Perfumes & Fragrance

And last but certainly not least, Davana can make an excellent addition to your natural perfume and fragrance DIYs. It is even said that although it smells the same in the bottle, it smells differently on each person who wears it as a fragrance. Plus it blends well with citrus, woodsy and even other floral oils. The possibilities for a new personal fragrance are endless!

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7 thoughts on “Top 4 Ways to Use Davana: Our Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week”

  1. Just received my Davana, and made the diffuser recipe you sent. Davana smells devine. Thank you plant therapy for all the recipes you send. Your awesome

  2. I have this oil in my collection, but haven’t really used it. I didn’t realize the all the benefits. I’m glad that Plant Therapy writes these articles because I learn more about the oils and ways to use them.

  3. I use Davana diluted in a roller bottle at night, which works well to calm racing thoughts. It’s very calming. I’m glad this often overlooked oil is getting some attention.

  4. I don’t know how typical I am, but I am a man and I find davana eo to be particularly appealing, soothing and even arousing. So my guess is that it can go well beyond being of benefit for just female sexual concerns.

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