Essential oils work wonders

03.29.2018

So, I developed a rash on my leg and it spread to another part of the same leg. I’m sure this was more than likely an allergic reaction to something; of what, I have no idea. However, I researched in my giant Young Living book, that tea tree works wonderfully to take the rash away. So, I applied, and unsurprisingly it worked. Within a day, my rash had gone down significantly. For an itchy rash, you can also add peppermint and/or lavender oil to calm the itch.

12.30.2017

When sickness strikes...

I’ve been hit with an upper-respiratory infection that turned into bronchitis, so I’ve had to figure out the best oil-blend to diffuse in my room and aid in my healing.  This blend has been working wonders for bringing out chest congestion and aiding in breathing.

Fill diffuser with distilled water; add 6-8 drops Eucalyptus; 6-8 drops Citrus blend (or Lemon/Orange/Grapefruit), and 6-8 drops Bergamot oil. Breathe away… -xo

 

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10.24.2017

CITRUS SUGAR SCRUB- Perfect for fall bathing and dry, chapped lips!

A wonderfully easy, beautifully smelling, and buttery soft sugar scrub that can be made in less than 10 minutes! Use on dry lips, on the rough soles of your feet, or in the bath- by simply rubbing on the body… Oh, and it tastes delicious!

To make: Melt 1/2 cup organic coconut oil or almond oil (I used coconut)

Mix in about 2 cups of pure, white sugar (I’m sure you could use raw as well)

Add about 15 drops of citrus (or lemon) essential oil (add more to your desired smell)

Add contents to a 16 ounce mason jar and label, decorate to your liking! Enjoy!

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10.06.2017

Tea tree mixed with coconut oil or olive oil for the face- YES!

Peppermint oil for abdominal discomfort- absolutely!

Wintergreen for joint and muscle pain- soothe away…

This page will be updated frequently to give sound advice as to what essential oils can do for you, and how they can be effectively incorporated into your daily living.

-K

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