April 26th marked the official release of Avengers: Endgame, the final installment of the infamous Avengers saga, and fans around the world have been plunged into utter emotional turmoil. You should check on your Marvel-crazed friends; they may be experiencing a short-lived bout of depression, grief, or inexplicable anger. On a more serious note of a not-so-serious blog, there’s a remedy for your overwhelming emotions. And guess what? It’s absolutely spoiler-free. Let’s discuss DoTERRA’s Console blend!
WHAT IS CONSOLE?
Grief can be like an ocean that engulfs and overwhelms your startled heart. It surges with every expelled breath, always pushing and pushing, eroding the shores of your perturbed mind with nothing to soothe it. Yet, there is hope for you. A simple spark. And its name is Console. Console is a blend of Frankincense, Patchouli, Ylang Ylang, Labdanum, Amyris, Sandalwood, Rose, and Osmanthus. It helps ease one’s burdens, assists in experiencing a serene heart and mind, and guides individuals toward emotional rest.
HOW DO I USE IT?
Grief begins in the heart. Apply Console over your heart and at the bottoms of your feet. Diffuse 3-4 drops for feelings of comfort and hope. You can keep Console TOUCH as a roller-on in your purse or pocket to inhale and apply when feeling sad or uncomfortable. Very convenient for when you experience a brief rendition of the five stages of grief during Avengers: Endgame!
Do not apply to eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. Keep out of reach from children. And if pregnant or nursing, consult your physician.
Channel the spirit of Hulk and SMASH your grief into oblivion! Trust me, your going to need it to brave the tearful events of Endgame. Buy Console today! We would love to read your testimony!
Jayden Almeida has been the head blogger of Essentially Sp’OILed for Life since 2019. Her passion is to help readers understand the benefits of essential oils to achieve a happier and healthier lifestyle. In addition to writing for ESFL, Jayden’s also a novice author determined to publish her own series of literature.