3 Main Ways To Use Your Essential Oils

Many people have asked why "I've gone crunchy"!   Here is the basics and most important reasons why!  

I've also shared below the 3 main ways you can use your essential oils for the fullest power!   Enjoy!


I had to share this great resource I found from another oily family at http://www.faithfuldroppers.com/2016/01/3-ways-to-use-essential-oils/!


Look into why we all have chosen Young Living Essential Oils for our families:
From Young Living - “We believe that you deserve products that are genuine, free of  synthetic chemicals, and of unmatched purity. Seed to Seal® is both a  promise to you and a reflection of our sense of global stewardship.  Through each step of our production process on both our own and partner  farms, we use the most exacting standards possible to make our products,  your life, and the earth better. Only one company can make the Seed to  Seal promise. Only Young Living.”



There are three basic ways to use essential oils: aromatically,  topical application, and internal consumption. The best way to know how  you can safely use a Young Living essential oil is to read the  individual oil bottle label or check the Young Living Product Guide and  website.

  1. Aromatically – The first way you can use Young Living essential oils is inhalationThe  inhalation of essential oils heightens the senses and can trigger  numerous desired responses in the body. There are several techniques  used to inhale essential oils. You can take the top off of the bottle  and breathe the vapors of the essential oil directly. You can add a few  drops of an essential oil to a Young Living diffuser, which disperses  the oil in a micro-fine vapor into the air. The Young Living diffuser  will not heat the oils, ensuring full benefits, as extreme heat can  damage important constituents in the oil. You can add a couple of drops  of an essential oil to a water spray bottle and spritz the room.  Finally, you can add a drop or two of your favorite essential oil to a  diffuser necklace and breathe in the essential oil vapors while you are  away from your diffuser. 
  2. Topically  The second way you can use Young Living essential oils is by applying them topically. Apply  essential oils directly to the skin where desired. If an essential oil  is considered hot or spicy, or becomes uncomfortably warm on your skin,  add a carrier oil, like coconut, olive, grapeseed, or jojoba oil, or  Young Living’s V-6 oil to the skin. Dilution may protect against  possible skin sensitivities. Carefully tip the oil bottle and drop 2-3  drops in the palm of the hand or directly on the desired application  area. If dropping oil in your hand, rub palms together in a circular  motion and then massage oil onto the desired point of application.  Another way to apply oils to your skin is to make a roller bottle with  your favorite essential oil and a carrier oil that won’t harden in the  bottle. Some of the most common areas of the body to apply essential  oils to are the crown of the head, temples, behind ears, neck, upper  back, abdomen, over vital organs, wrists, ankles, and soles and top of  feet. Essential oils should not be applied inside the ears, eyes, or  nose.  
  3. Internally –  The third way you can use Young  Living essential oils is by ingesting them. Refer to the bottle label  and Young Living Product Guide to see which essential oils are  considered safe for consumption. You can put several drops of essential  oil into an empty capsule and swallow with water, add 1-2 drops to a  glass of water or rice milk and drink, put 1-2 drops onto a piece of  bread and eat, add to your meals when cooking, or add 1-2 drops onto a  teaspoon of honey or Young Living’s Blue Agave and swallow.  
There are three main ways to use essential oils, and Carrie Parker is here to share with us how:
 Take a moment to listen & watch here! 
 

Make & Take It With You - Allergy Aaaachoooo Blend - May 7th, 6pm!



I had such a great time hosting my first Make & Take night yesterday!   Each guest who came not only made their own "Headache" roller, using PanAway, Lavender, Peppermint & Copaiba oils, but left with a special gift from me!

Our next Make & Take night will be Sunday, May 7th - 6pm-7pm and we'll be making the "Allergy" roller!   Cost is $15 and I'll have everything you need to make this blend!  Plus some savory appetizers & spritzers too that you can enjoy!  A few prizes may also be there for you to win!

RSVP to me at momhaas@gmail.com or text! 





 
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