10 Easy Uses for EOs
Inhale. Apply. Ingest. Soak. There are all kinds of ways to fall in love with Young Living’s therapeutic grade essential oils and oil-infused products! Need a little encouragement to open the box and break out your oils? Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Try diffusing a little “sunshine”! Add 6-10 drops of Citrus Fresh to your diffuser and just breathe. Almost as nice as a day on the beach! Well, almost.
I’m pretty sure it’ll become your new addiction once you do. One-two ounces a day boost your immune system and oil the wheels of wellness! A drop or two of your favorite citrus oil turns your daily treat into something extra delish. Try Lemon, Grapefruit, Orange, or Tangerine for a fun twist!
Try starting the day with a drop of Frankincense on the crown of your forehead. Frankincense was so valued in ancient Middle Eastern cultures that it was one of three gifts given to the Christ-child. (Two out of three were essential oils. Cool, right?!)
One of our favorite ways to enjoy the oily goodness of essential oils is in a relaxing bath. Try this for starters: ½ cup Epsom salts, ½ cup baking soda, 8-10 drops of the oil or oils of your choice. One of our favorite combos is Purification and Lavender.
or help a child ease into sweet dreams, put a drop of Lavender on your hands, rub gently together, then slide your hands over their pillow. Add a drop of Cedarwood or Stress Away with the Lavender if you like.
that the absorption rate of Young Living’s MultiGreens doubled once essential oils were added to the supplement? Try your own “therapeutic trial” by subbing one of Young Living’s nutritional supplements with one (of a different brand) that you’ve been using. See for yourself and let me know what you think!
Try adding a drop or two of Lime or Lemon the next time you whip up some guacamole. Or, try this easy recipe for a tasty, easy breakfast: http://www.laurenvandermeer.com/simple-breakfast-baby-steps-recovering-perfectionist
Try this idea so you’ve got natural relief ready the next time someone needs a little pick-me-up. This would also make for a fun “Make and Take” project with friends. Or an awesome shower gift. (See what I did there? wink)