Essential Oil for Throat Chakra

Essential Oil for Throat Chakra

  • $35.00


This is a beautiful blend made with doTerra pure essential oils of, lavender, frankincense, clove, tea tree, eucalyptus, peppermint, cypress, sage, geranium, and has a crystal stone roller.

Use on pulse points and around location of your throat, neck. Also lovely to breath in moments you need to clear communication.

Beautiful oil to help support in healing of emotions related to communications, self expression, speaking the truth, and holding secrets.

The Throat Chakra(Vishuddha)The Throat Chakra regulates your self-expression in all senses, influencing how authentically you convey your deepest self to the world. It is connected to your directness, emotional honesty and ownership of your needs.

When your Throat Chakra is aligned properly, you will feel able to say what you mean, be well understood by others, and speak the truth in ways that are appropriate. In other words, you’ll be forthright without being blunt. The Throat Chakra can be shifted by difficult experiences with communication. For example, it can be shifted by a tough job interview or a bad argument.

  • Physical Location: At the middle of the throat.
  • Color: Blue.
  • Element: Ether.
  • Emotional Issues and Behaviors of Blocked Throat Chakra: A blocked Throat Chakra primarily manifests in an inability to say what you really want to say. You may feel like you’re stuck holding onto secrets, that people don’t want to hear your thoughts, or that you can’t find the right words for your feelings. Once again, a small blockage may mean you only struggle with self-expression at work, or with a particular friend. Meanwhile, a significant misalignment may mean you constantly feel thwarted in communication. Physically, a blocked Throat Chakra may present with pain in the neck, sensitivity to hormone fluctuations, and discomfort in throat tissue.
  • Crystals: angelite, apatite, aquamarine, celestite, blue lace agate, sodalite, lapis lazuli
  • Essential oils: lavender, frankincense, clove, tea tree, eucalyptus, peppermint, cypress, sage, geranium