Say it with me..... chamazulene! fun, right!
Now imagine every day, waking up an "painting" the bottom of your big toe - with BLUE TANSY! I have to admit, I thought this was really silly... but then is sounded fun too. Mental Clarity, more focus... it's worth a try! Love it! Why....
Chamazulene, besides being fun to say and being a beautiful blue color, it is a chemical component in Blue Tansy, It is what brings in the indigo color and is recognized for its skin soothing benefits. It is this component that is widely sought for its ability to calm overall body outrage. You know the kind that makes everything ache and no one can give you answers for so you jus live with it day in and day out....
So, what do you do with Blue Tansy?
Blue Tansy essential oil, which comes from the annual yellow-flowered Mediterranean plant, is high in chamazulene and sabinene. An important oil in the doTERRA Deep Blue blend, Blue Tansy is soothing to mind and body.
At the same time, the main chemical component Sabinene helps diminish the appearance of blemishes. Uplifting to the mood, Blue Tansy provides a sweet aroma to fill any room. It’s perfect for massaging into skin with fractionated coconut oil or lotion after a long day of work or intense exercise to aid the body in the natural recovery process.
It does go on blue, but you won't be blue for long! (pun intended)
It is not an oil that you can take internally, you can use Blue Tansy in a variety of ways both topically and aromatically.
The characteristic indigo color of the oil may stain some surfaces, fabric, and skin. For this reason, it may be a good idea to purchase child-resistant caps to keep children from accidently spilling the oil on a surface where it won’t come out. However, when it comes to using it with the moisturizer in your skin care routine or diluting it in Fractionated Coconut Oil for a massage, it is unlikely to leave any trace.
Wellness Advocate, BSN,RN