“Serenity Now! Serenity Now!”

By Katie Tallent

How often have we had those moments when we feel like a character in a Seinfeld episode?

“Serenity now! Serenity now!”

“What is that?”

“The doctor gave me a relaxation cassette. When my blood pressure gets too high, the man on the tape tells me to say ‘serenity now!'”

“Are you supposed to yell it?”

“The man on the tape wasn’t specific.”    – Frank and George, in “The Serenity Now”


The good news is when you feel your blood pressure rising or tension headaches creeping up on you there’s an alternative to going to the doctor for a relaxation cassette!  There is a natural healing solution that can fit right in your pocket for those times you need “serenity now”!  Its called Peace of Green Aromatherapy and I want to share this wonderful product with you.  It is a combination of essential oils that offer a vacation from many of life’s ailments. It brings our mind and emotions into balance and raises vitality levels.  Here’s why:

Peppermint is a powerful camphoraceous and cooling fragrance.  With its anti-inflammatory properties peppermint relieves pain from muscle spasms and cramping.  It calms the nerves and is effective at clearing lung congestion and even reducing fevers.

Eucalyptus, with its sharp scent, when inhaled through steam, will open airways and also act as a strong antiseptic when mixed with apple cider vinegar and dabbed on the skin for wounds, boils and insect bites.

Rosemary has a woody, herbaceous odor.  It is excellent for increasing poor circulation and relieving rheumatic and muscle pain.  For a cosmetic boost, rosemary will encourage dry, mature skin to increase its own natural oils.

Sweet Basil, known for its aphrodisiac qualities, sweet basil also provides circulation to the brain stimulating the mind and intellect.  When used in massage oils sweet basil clears overworked muscles of acid buildup and encourages our body to eliminate the toxins.

Lemongrass has a grassy and slightly bitter aroma. A deodorant and antiseptic essential oil, lemongrass also relieves pain associated with rheumatism and calms the nerves.

Lavender, with sweet and floral notes, is a circulatory stimulant.  Being one of the strongest antiseptic essential oils many types of infections can be treated from respiratory to candida.  Being the cell regenerator it is, lavender is known to reduce scar tissue and slows the development of wrinkles.  It is perfect for use after a long day in the sun where skin has been burned.

How to use your Peace of Green:

  1. Makes you smarter!  Before you begin your study session rub a drop of Peace of green under your nose or on the back of your neck and breath in deeply.  You will feel mentally alert and be more productive in your work day.
  2. For relief of headaches a little dab will do you.  Rub on your temples, forehead, over the sinuses and on the back of the neck.
  3. Rejuvenate your tired, swollen feet.  Add 3-4 drops of Peace of Green to 2-3 quarts of warm water in a tub and soak for about 20 minutes.
  4. For chest congestion from allergies, a cold or the flu massage Peace of Green onto your chest.

For your stress “emergencies” stop by one of the Clary Sage locations and pick up your own serenity, Peace of Green! http://www.clarysagecollege.com/


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17 thoughts on ““Serenity Now! Serenity Now!””

  1. Unfortunately I can’t handle this particle combination of scents, but I do like peppermint and eucalyptus 🙂

  2. It sounds great and I’m sure it works like a charm but I just don’t like the smell that this combination has. I’m not a huge fan of peppermint and I think that’s a big reason why I don’t like the smell.

  3. I love the smell of eucalyptus. Every time when I go to sauna, that all I use, it smells great and it makes me feel great, and it really does help with sinuses, clears up my head every time!!! Just love it!!!

  4. I love the smell of peppermint and how it rejuvenates you and stimulates your brain. I also enjoy eucalyptus because it will help open up sinuses when you are all stuffed up. I love the lavender because it is very calming and relaxing oil that will lull you to sleep or put you in a daze. I would love to try a lot of the essential oils at some point or another just to see if I like it or not and to see if they really work.

  5. Peace of Green has taken several of my favorites and pulled them all together. Peppermint, lavender and lemongrass are some of my favorites. I like the Peace of Green smell. I truly like the healing factors too. Great article.

  6. A couple of people have recommended to me peppermint for my sinuses. I also have found that a little drink of apple cider vinegar,warm water,and a little honey for flavor helps me get less congested.

  7. This a great alternative especially for people with weak stomach and don’t always go medicine. Natural is always better

  8. I use not believe in any of this. Then all of sudden I was paying a lot of money each month to try to fix what was wrong. The I was induced to some natural ways of doing things such as permeant for up set stomach to sinus problems. There are so many way to take care of problems naturally I am a from believer now.

  9. I discover Peace of Green about four months ago. Now I use it all the time. It’s calming without putting me to sleep. I love it.

  10. The product itself sounds great by I agree with others about the smell. I myself, love the smells individually, but together they bother my olfacting-ness!

  11. I love using Lavender for every problem I have. I also use it to to treat family members with as well as introducing them to the exciting benefits of essential oils.

    I’m not sure or not if “Peace Of Green” is a product of Clary Sage (I’m sure it is) but if it is, I would be very interested in learning or discussing any opportunities on distributing this product!

  12. Wow! I didn’t realize all the benefits this stuff had to offer! i could defiantly use some for my allergies this season!