Essential Oils For Addiction



Hey everyone! I thought I should touch on this subject, since there are millions of people out there who are struggling with addiction of some sort. This information can be very helpful in aiding folks to overcome their addiction(s)…

Young Living Essential Oils are made from freshly cultivated plants, shrubs, flowers, trees, roots, bushes and seeds. They are steam distilled, and are therapeutic grade, to give you the best results. They contain oxegenated molecules that transport nutrients to cells in your body. In short, they deliver the positive effects through smell, direct absorbtion through the skin, and normal digestive processes. Cleansing, calming, stimulating, and soothing essential oils bring balance to all aspects of the human body.

Here are some startling statistics:

  • $122 Billion is spent each year in lost productivity in work places, and another $15 Billion in health insurance costs in regards to drug abuse and addiction.
  • Since 1980, the number of deaths related to drug overdoses has risen to over 540%!!
  • 8.5% of American youth are clinically addicted to playing video games.
  • Children with alcoholic parents may be up to 10x likely to abuse alcohol.
  • Food addiction has increased annual health care costs, stemming from obesity to $240 Billion!!

The most common forms of addiction are:

  • Drugs & Alcohol
  • Nicotine
  • Caffeine
  • Food
  • Video Game & Internet Use
  • Sexual Activity
  • Risky or Criminal Behaviour

The best essential oils to aid with addiction are as follows:


Roman Chamomile

This warm scent is perfect for relaxation and has a calming effect for both the mind and body. With any addiction, you need complete mental clarity, so Chamomile Oil is perfect to soothe and refresh the mind to promote healing.

Tips For Use:

  • Use in any of Young Living’s great diffusers for nervousness, headaches and migraines, due to withdrawl symptoms.
  • Use combined with any massage oil or in the bath.



Jasmine has an exotic, floral fragrance that relaxes, soothes and uplifts your moods. It also increases self confidence. Primarily it’s used to balance the energy in your body, and is also beneficial for your skin.

Tips For Use:

  • Diffuse to treat depression, easing nervousness, soothing coughs, promoting relaxation, and reducing tension.
  • Use in harmony with massage oils or in the bath.


Ylang Ylang

This particular oil is great to help with feelings of anger, tension, or irritibility. It’s also awesome for your hair and skin.

Tips For Use:

  • Diffuse to help with anxiety, tension, shock, fear, panic, rapid breathing or heartbeat, physical exhaustion, insomnia, depression, and stress.
  • As mentioned above, this can also be used combined with massage oil or in the bath.


Clary Sage

This warm, mellow scent is uplifting and relaxing at the same time. When dealing with addiction, attitude is essential. This oil supports your mind, and helps to support natural healing.

Tips For Use:

  • Diffuse to lift nervous tension, stress, depression, anxiety and insomnia.
  • You may also use this oil in your bath water.

Almost everyone has some sort of addiction. If you are looking to curb an addiction, these oils will benefit you in one way or another. If you have a story about how these oils aided you in addiction, I would love to hear them! Please comment below!

Disclaimer: The information herein is not intended to be taken as medical advice. No therapeutic or medical claims are either implied or made. DO NOT ALTER ANY MEDICAL TREATMENT OR THE USE OF MEDICATION WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF YOUR MEDICAL CARE PROVIDER. FDA regulations prohibit the use of therapeutic or medical claims in conjunction with the sale of any product not approved of the FDA.

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