Essential oils are organic compounds extracted from plants with vast healing properties. Using essential oils for these purposes is known as aromatherapy, a holistic therapy seeking to improve physical, mental + emotional health.
My loves, if you’ve been following me awhile… you would know how bloody passionate I am about my essential oils. I use them everyday, in soo many different applications (aromatically, topically, personal care, food additive). They have supported my own/hubby’s health + wellbeing (as well as the frenchie + kitty) in countless ways. To the point where we say, “what oil can I use for that?” whenever something crops up. It’s our immediate response.
Essential oils are highly concentrated, with a strong aroma. They are called volatile aromatic oils because of their high concentration of the aromatic compounds. By concentrating the oils of these plants, you are literally separating the most powerful healing compounds of a plant into a single oil.
Overall, aromatherapy is a great and inexpensive way to help promote healing, relaxation + well-being without adverse side effects.
Not all essential oils are created the same. Do your research.
Pure. No use of pesticides/chemicals. Potent. Highest of quality.
It would be remiss of me not to share with you, that in April something really special is happening. Something that has never occurred before now. We are giving 20% off Enrolment kits for any newbies that enrol. So, this Home Essentials kit, for example, comes complete with a diffuser + the top 10 oils that will help get you started with essential oils. Normally $330, but in April $264.
*Excludes Family Essentials enrolment kit
I use my diffuser everyday based on what I’m feeling… seasonal threats, emotions, energy levels, hormonal, spring cleaning, sleep support, cleansing, stress etc.
Here is a few examples of what I use the top 10 essential oils for.
Peppermint – I use in raw treats/energy balls, diffuse for energy, use on insect bites, as a repellent.
Lavender – in my homemade face serum, in my sleep blend roller, diffuse when I need to relax + apply to burns/cuts.
Frankincense – in my homemade face serum (age spots), diffuse when meditating, take in a veggie cap for immune support + apply topically when I have any inflammation (e.g. puffy eyes).
Lemon – add to my water to detox, cleanse. Add a few drops on fish. In my kitchen all purpose spray (natural anti-bacterial).
Easy air – diffuse when seasonal threats. Rub onto chest when experiencing tightness, to help open my airways.
Oregano – I rub a drop onto my feet when feeling run down. I use on boils or raised lumps.
On guard – always wear topically when we travel to protect against threats. Diffuse when seasonal threats. Use in homemade cleaning products.
Ice blue – rub into my muscles before + after a workout or some serious garden work. Rub into my neck after extended time on the computer to help relax + unwind. Rub into the soles of my feet when I’ve been on them all day.
Tea tree – in my shampoo to help with psoriasis.
There are of course so many other essential oils (including emotional blends) + uses, but I simply can’t list them all!
Please sing out if you’d like to grab some oils to get you started on a more natural, plant based lifestyle … I can set you up in around 5 mins, or you can order yourself here. Just follow the prompts to the right of the page.
Please know you will receive my support from here on in, with access to our private group, with so many resources to help you feel empowered + get the most from your investment.
After all, it’s your health + wellbeing.
*Always check with your health care professional if you have any pre-existing issues prior to using essential oils. or if you are pregnant.
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