"Green Essential Oil" and some quick and easy recipes to stay Healthy, Happy, and Strong...
Palmarosa - Cymbopogon martinii Also known as Indian geranium, Palmarosa essential oil has a rose-like scent that makes it a beautiful addition to your essential oil collection. Like Rose, it is an essential oil known for its natural skin benefits. Usage Tips: Diffuse to create a welcoming atmosphere.Dilute in a carrier oil as part of a relaxing... Continue Reading →
Recipe # 1: A Non-Greasy Moisturizer Ingredients 1 cup strong-brewed herbal tea or aloe vera gel (I used aloe vera gel)½ cup grated beeswax1 tsp cocoa butter or shea butter½ cup sweet almond, grapeseed, or jojoba oil1 tsp Vitamin E oil 15 drops essential oil (where to find 100% pure essential oils) added after cooling... Continue Reading →
The average American household is loaded with toxic chemicals. These chemicals are often found in household cleaning and cosmetic products. But, of all the toxic products in the average household…the chemicals found in fabric softeners and dryer sheets are among the most potentially harmful. The chemicals used to make these products are extremely dangerous to... Continue Reading →
dōTERRA Vetiver has a unique, exotic aroma that’s sweet, woody, caramel, and smoky making it ideal for calming emotions and focusing your thoughts.
A guideline for choosing the essential oils for your thyroid support is, for an under-active thyroid use oils with stimulating properties for an over-active thyroid, use oils with a sedating and calming properties.
Remember our Beard oil post. Pretty simple huh? Just combine carrier oils with desired essential oils shake and go! Well beard balm is almost as easy but we are adding some bee wax to solidify the end result and contribute to some styling hold. What’s beard balm and what’s it all about? Beard balm is... Continue Reading →
Let's talk a little about the important difference between occasional bouts of constipation and chronic issues. Constipation can occur for any number of reasons including stress, dehydration, poor diet, or holding it because you are too shy to use public facilities. However, research suggest that chronic constipation may indicate a more serious issue such as... Continue Reading →