We want to help you relieve stress and anxiety naturally and effectively.

At Madison + Green, we create a unique tool called the aromatherapy inhalers that are designed to help you snap out of negative emotional state such as stress, anxiety, and sadness.

But we're not here to sell our products. We are here to share our special healing method and to educate those that are interested in finding natural and effective ways to help reduce negative emotions.

Our healing method is a combination of aromatherapy, olfaction (the sense of smell), and mindful breathing. We will share the essential oils you can use that are specially powerful for psychological pain, explanations of why we suggest inhaling essential oils, and tips and instructions on mindful breathing practices.

Try Our Healing method

The Simple Start

Step 1: Pick an essential oil

You may select any of the essential oils from our directory of essential oils for mental wellness, or use any of our aromatherapy inhalers.

Step 2: Smell the essential oil

Hold the essential oil bottle near your nose, and enjoy the aroma.

Aromtherapy is very effective in influencing the mind, since the olfaction (sense of smell) has the most direct pathway to the "emotional" part of the brain compared to the other senses.

Step 3: Deeply inhale the essential oil, then slowly exhale

Still holding the essential oil bottle, deeply inhale the aroma for 4 seonds, then slowly exhale for 6 seconds.

Pro tip: Try describing the smell of the essential oil, without judging it (such as likes and dislikes). This helps you become more present in the moment, pulling you away from thoughts running through your mind.

  • Find your favorite essential oils

    To enjoy aromatherapy and to boost its effectiveness, it's important to choose the right essential oil for your emotional state of being.

    Here's our guide to help you find your favorite essential oils

    Find my essential oils 
  • Try other breathing exercises

    There are many breathing exercises that you may try for different emotional state of being.

    Here's our guide to learn about other breathing exercises, and tips on how to become more mindfully present.

    Find my breath