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Sheila Childress

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Thanks for your continued interest in essential oils. As you've read over the past few weeks, therapeutic-grade essential oils have been treasured by nearly every ancient culture for thousands of years! To learn more about the incredible health benefits associated with our amazing essential oils, please feel free to visit my website.

The following oils are part of our Everyday Oils Collection, and they are the basic oils that families all around the world use all day long to maintain vibrant health!

Frankincense

Frankincense is considered a holy anointing oil in the Middle East, where it has been used by nearly every ancient culture for thousands of years. It has a sweet, warm, balsamic aroma that is stimulating and elevating to the mind. Useful for visualizing, improving one's spiritual connection, and centering, it has comforting properties that help focus the mind and overcome stress and despair. To create an exotic scent in your home, combine frankincense and lemon in your diffuser. You’ll enjoy an unforgettable fragrance while eliminating unwanted airborne germs. Frankincense is also a valuable ingredient in skin care products for aging and dry skin, so add a few drops in your facial moisturizer.

Lemon

Lemon essential oil has a pleasant, purifying citrus scent that is revitalizing and uplifting. Lemon is great for removing household stains, disinfecting countertops, and even refreshing your laundry. Its powerful germ fighting constituents match lemon’s pleasant aroma. Diffuse Lemon Oil to protect your home from airborne bacteria and put a drop in your drinking water for both extra vitamin C, and to support a healthy liver.

Peppermint

Peppermint oil is one of the most highly regarded oils for supporting digestion. Some scientists have researched peppermint's role in improving taste and smell when inhaled. Dr. William N. Dember of the University of Cincinnati studied peppermint's ability to improve concentration and mental sharpness. Alan Hirsch, MD studied peppermint's ability to directly affect the brain's satiety center, which triggers a sensation of fullness after meals.

Lavender

With its fresh, floral scent, Lavender is considered the most universal of all essential oils. Therapeutic-grade lavender oil is highly regarded as a skin and beauty tonic. Not only is it helpful for facial blemishes, but it can also be used to soothe and cleanse common cuts, bruises, and skin irritations. Lavender helps the body to relax and promotes restful sleep when rubbed on the bottoms of the feet or inhaled at bedtime. It can also offer relief to sore muscles and muscle spasms.

PanAway (oil blend)

Gary Young created PanAway after a severe injury to the ligaments in his leg. This proprietary blend of soothing essential oils contains clove, peppermint, helichrysum and wintergreen, which is often used for massage. PanAway is soothing to the skin while providing comforting warmth to muscles after exercise.

Thieves® (oil blend)

Thieves® was created based on research about four thieves in France who covered themselves with cloves, rosemary, and other aromatics while robbing plague victims. This proprietary essential oil blend was university tested for its cleansing abilities. It is highly effective in supporting the immune system and good health.

Purification (oil blend)

Purification contains citronella, rosemary, lemongrass, lavandin, melaleuca alternifolia, and myrtle. It is one of the most cost-effective ways to purify and cleanse the air, neutralize odors, and freshen laundry.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 



 

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