Stop A Racing Heart With Lavender Essential Oil

by Lori

Stop A Racing Heart With Lavender Essential Oil

Stop A Racing Heart With Lavender Essential Oil

By: Lori Thayer

I wanted to share with you an amazing story about how a co-worker of mine has been able to stop a racing heart in it’s tracks with lavender essential oil. I’ve seen her use this trick many times with great success.

As you heard me say, this lady has Tachycardia. Per Wikipedia “Tachycardia typically refers to a heart rate that exceeds the normal range for a resting heart rate (heart rate in an inactive or sleeping individual). It can be dangerous depending on the speed and type of rhythm.”

Before finding this solution she was actually considering heart surgery to prevent these episodes. I had seen her go through lots of testing and have to wear special equipment so the doctors could monitor her body when her heart would start racing.

Finding this solution has helped her avoid surgery, and avoid losing any additional time at work, not to mention not having to worry about having her heart start to race when she is out running errands. She always carries a bottle of lavender with her now.

Most of us won’t have this condition but have other instances when we want to stop a racing heart. Lavender essential oil is a gentle, natural way to help your body calm down.

What benefits have you had from lavender essential oil? Share your comments below or on facebook.

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  • Makennaprin

    Thank you for posting this! I have tachycardia, and I take medicine for it but I was looking for something I could use in a pinch. I have lavender oil on hand, next time I have an episode, I’m going to use it! Thanks again, good night :)

  • Makenna

    My name’s Makenna, my iPod messed up..

  • Michelle

    thanks so much for this!

  • My Herbal Medicine Cabinet

    Thank you! I’ve found that 2 drops of wild orange essential oil under the tongue works immediately, too!

  • Danielle Dykhuis

    I am brand new to essential oils and a big skeptic ;) and have had to rely in modern medicine for so many ailments, it is crazy. I also suffer from tachycardia and recently purchased a a few duffer oils mainly to help with severe chronic depression. I did purchase lavender since that seems to be great for a myriad of problems. 10 minutes ago I began to feel my heart racing and took my pulse (sometimes I worry it is in my head so I always check it when I feel like it is racing.) I had just been resting on my couch, reading, and yet it was 110. I decided to look online and found this post, and not taking time to watch the video, but apply the oil first, I went for it. I only inhaled it and put it on my neck as that was what other Google links said in their titles although this is the only one I clicked. I then sat down and continued breathing the oil off of my hand while I watched your video. My chest began to feel better right away and by the time the video was finished, I checked my pulse again and it was 80.
    Seriously. I am such a skeptic like I said, and have been using various oils for a week for the depression. Win no noticeable change YET, but this was amazing and really shocked me, I hardly believe it myself still! I will definitely try it again the next time this happens.
    Thank you so much for posting this, I felt I needed to post and share with you how grateful I am, and that it actually helped me too.

    • Lori Thayer


      Thank you so much for sharing. I’m so glad to hear the lavender helped you. I really find that if we keep searching we often eventually find natural solutions that can help us so much. It is just often hard to wade through all the options and info to get there.


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