Oil of the month: October
A few of the MANY health supporting properties of this oil are that is is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral.
Cinnamon Bark supports the circulatory system, can reduce symptoms associated with infectious diseases and viral infections, and can help with digestive complaints.
Try this AMAZING and protective recipe in your diffuser so that your house smells great!
4 drops Orange
3 drops Ginger
3 drops Cinnamon Bark
I choose to use Young Living essential oils in my home, my yoga practice, and with my patients at work.
What are Essential Oils?
Essential oils are the life-blood of the plant. They protect the plant from predators, carry nutrients, and give the plant it’s unique properties. It is important to do your research and to choose only the purest essential oils as you will be taking them into your body however you choose to use them.
How To Use Essential Oils
Any time you hold a bottle of pure essential oils, you are holding the pure essence of health-promoting botanicals that can be diffused, inhaled, applied topically, incorporated into massage, or taken internally.
Why Young Living Essential Oils?
I choose Young Living for several reasons. The education available is key to getting the most out of your investment. Young Living is also the only company I know of that invites users to participate in the harvest, distillation, and bottling of oils. This reassures me that the oils I am using are pure with no fillers or additives. Here is more information on the process and promise of purity Young Living makes: http://seedtoseal.com/en
Where should you start?
The premium starter kit comes with 11 oils, a diffuser, and samples for you to try. You will receive the most used single oils and oil blends. I am a part of an incredible educational team and you can be too! Our team provides monthly online education and a free essential oil reference guide as a gift with joining.
What’s new? Young Living just launched Vitality dietary essential oils: