Essential Oils for your Astrological Sign — Capricorn

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Strengths

Capricorns are logical, practical, ambitious, have a desire for success and the will to succeed. Although they are the loners of the zodiac, they are considered to have a good sense of humour and make loyal and faithful friends.

Challenges

Capricorn can be bossy, domineering, and too focused on a goal, disregarding other people and their feelings. They can be inclined to bear grudges and to be jealous and possessive.

Health issues: Capricorn, the tenth astrology sign, rules the bones, joints (especially the knees!), teeth, and skin... so broken bones, stiff joints, and skin problems are often the main issue. Insecurity, over-worrying, and 'burn-out' can be other concerns. 

Essential oils: Eucalyptustea treegingerlavenderrosemarylemon, and juniper berry all help with swollen and stiff joints. Chamomile, patchoulisandalwood, and bergamot are useful for times of anxiety and 'burn-out'. Other good essential oils to use with Capricorns are basil, melissa, and peppermint.


Posted 22 December 2016

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