Winter is not considered by many people as a favorite season, although it has a special charm

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Winter is a season that most people do not consider favorite or special. Still, the winter months are always filled with special scents of hot and delicious teas, a mild scent of vanilla, honey, cinnamon, citrus, coniferous forest and pine. Vanilla has a positive effect on winter exhaustion. Vanilla goes great with cinnamon which calms the nerves. Vanilla essential oil gives a feeling of well-being and is a favorite ingredient in fragrant combinations. Citruses also have a positive effect on exhaustion. They lift and improve the mood (especially oranges and tangerines). It is clear that the year 2021 will surely be full of new challenges and fears. People will look for ways to find the necessary inner peace and strength and balance of mind and body. Try to make a sustainable decoration on your own and often (for example, from discarded spruce and pine branches). The smell of pine is less sweet but persistent.

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The winter months always smell like oven-baked biscuits, baked apples and incense. Pure joy and happiness. Happiness and strength always come from the heart. Smells have the greatest power of all human senses. They are directly connected to the emotion center in the brain.

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Convenient and simple rituals (baking cakes, biscuits, homemade pastries, making tea, lighting incense and candles, punch with orange and cinnamon) provide people with support and security.

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Let 2021 be a year of small, simple and modest rituals.

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