10 Best Essential Oils to Support Your Throat Chakra

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Each chakra is an energy center that, just like any other area of your body, needs attention and support to maintain feeling balanced and fully functional. In this case, the throat chakra is designed to help you through your verbal expression in speaking your highest truth. There are 10 essential oils that best serve and support your throat chakra.

The throat chakra energy center is your source for communication, self expression, and feeling the truth.

The throat chakra listens just as well as it speaks. A balanced throat chakra allows you to communicate in an authentic, clear manner. When the throat chakra is not in balance, it may cause people talk too much, speak out of context, and have a domineering voice. If unbalanced it may also cause your voice to feel small, with great difficulty to convey messages clearly, or makes listening effectively difficult.

The throat chakra is located in your neck, including your throat, thyroid, parathyroid, jaw, mouth, and tongue.

The color associated with the throat chakra is Blue. 

One of my favorite ways to help keep our chakras in balance is using essential oils. Why? Chakras are essentially energy centers in your body, and essential oils carry specific energetic frequencies. When you look at your body on an energetic level, these frequencies tune in with each other to achieve an energetic balance.

Symptoms Your Throat Chakra Is Out Of Balance

When our energy centers are out of alignment, it shows up as physical manifestations. This is your body’s way to communicate with you that something is off. Some of the physical symptoms that you may experience with an unbalanced throat chakra include:

  • Thyroid problems
  • Sore throat
  • Dizziness
  • Feeling tired all the time
  • Difficulty speaking or laryngitis
  • Headaches
  • Pain in your shoulders, and at the base of the neck
  • Restlessness
  • Mouth problems
  • Dental Issues

Emotional and behavioral symptoms you may have with an unbalanced throat chakra:

  • Feeling scared of expressing your opinions to others, fearing being judged, mocked, or ridiculed.
  • Enduring weak focus and concentration.
  • Unable to keep yourself grounded.
  • Suppressing your true thoughts and feelings.
  • Being bullied by people.
  • Focusing on being a people-pleaser, ignoring what you feel is right.
  • Acting impatient, lacking the ability to actively listen to other people.
  • Constantly feeling the need to interrupt people while they speak.
  • Your mind is overactive (racing), and as a result, you find yourself making poor decisions.
  • You are perceived as loud, aggressive, and sometimes even arrogant.
  • Feeling you can’t express your true thoughts and feelings.
  • You find yourself pretending to be confident, but on the inside you feel threatened or insecure.

The Best 10 essential oils to support your throat chakra

The best 10 essential oils to support and balance your throat chakra include:

  • Chamomile (Roman)
  • Cypress
  • Geranium
  • Frankincense
  • Lavender
  • Mandarin
  • Sandalwood
  • Spearmint
  • Spruce
  • Tea Tree

** PLEASE NOTE ** Don’t be fooled by clever marketing. Not all essential oils are created equally. Make sure you’re not wasting your money on fake essential oils, or oils diluted in questionable solvents. Don’t miss our complete guide on how to find quality essential oils to ensure you’re not wasting your money on brands of oils that legally carry out questionable or unethical practices and mislead you through deceitful marketing practices.

DIY Essential Oil Blends to Support Your Throat Chakra

  • 4 drops Lavender
  • 2 drops Ylang Ylang
  • 2 drops Spearmint

  • 1 drop Roman Chamomile
  • 1 drop Spearmint
  • 2 drops Sandalwood
  • 2 drops Lavender

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Non-DIY Essential Oil Blends for Your Throat Chakra

My favorite non-DIY essential oil blends to support your throat chakra include:

If I had to choose just one, it would be Harmony. Harmony is the only essential oil blend I’ve found that is able to balance and support all the chakra energy points.

How to use essential oils for opening your throat chakra

To use essential oils for your throat chakra, you may diffuse or dilute and apply your oils topically to your skin. I recommend applying over your neck, on the base of your thumbs, around the front of your ears, and on the bases of your big toes.

I personally LOVE wearing diffuser necklaces and occasionally wear diffusing bracelets. Especially ones that are fully customizable and attached to jewelry that reduce our exposure to EMFs (and repel mosquitos) using magnets. My favorite source of diffusing jewelry for me, my family, and my clients are found over at Magnetude Jewelry and feature felt as diffusing material with those magnets. Just pick out your necklace or bracelet jewelry base, and the diffuser pieces attach magnetically.

While using your oils to help open your throat chakra, take some time to meditate or focus on a few affirmations, such as:

My voice is clear and powerful, confidently speaking my truth.

It also helps to make the affirmation more personal by replacing “I” with your first name, or to speak it to yourself while making eye contact with your reflection.


Nicole Graber, team leader, author, and editor to EssentialOils.Life and nikkygraber.com blog websites.

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