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Lavender and Melrose Body Butter

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Relieve dry winter skin with, lavender and melrose whipped coconut body butter. This can also be used as a diaper rash ointment, its perfect to protect babies delicate skin. Plus it smells delightful!

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Sleepy Spray

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Sleepy spray, something everyone needs in their home! This spray contains both lavender and peace and calming, its very relaxing and promotes a restful nights sleep.

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Essential oil remedies for winter illnesses

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Some essential oil remedies for basic ailments:

Headaches: Inhale peppermint oil and drink lots of water. Roll Deep Relief on temples, back of neck, and around (not in!) ears.

Runny Nose: Apply to the inside of nares and inhale melaleuca, Idaho balsam fir, lavender, peppermint, Melrose, Raven or R.C. You can also try applying lemon or lavender to the sides of your nose.

Sinus congestion: Apply lavender to sinuses. Dilute eucalyptus and peppermint with carrier oil and apply to nasal cavities and chest and back. Put a drop of peppermint oil in one hand, rub hands together, cup over nose, and breathe deeply. You can also use R.C. or Breath Again this way. Diffusing is also an option.

Sore throat: Gargle with 1-2 drops of Thieves blend in 1 oz. of water. Use Thieves Spray or Thieves Lozenges. Apply lemon, wintergreen or Thieves to neck. Put in capsule & take internally 2 times a day. Thieves stirred into hot tea with honey is also soothing to a sore throat.

Aches & Pains: “Morphine Bomb” pain reliever formula is a tried and true option. Frankincense, balsam fir, & copaiba – 5 drops each in a capsule. Take every 4 hours as needed. Apply Deep Relief, Copaiba or PanAway to any area that hurts!

Bronchitis: Mix 2 drops Wintergreen, 4 drops myrrh, 5 drops clove, 6 drops ravintsara. Apply to neck, chest and back and cover with a hot washcloth. Diffuse Thieves and Spruce together. The Spruce will pull the Thieves deeper into your lungs.

Chest congestion: Rub, steam, or diffuse eucalyptus, lemon, or peppermint. Use RC or Breath Again over your chest and neck. Dilute essential oils with a carrier for little ones.

Cough (Dry): RC, Thieves, Melrose, Raven or Thieves Spray. Dilute thieves 15 drops into a couple ounces of water, put in glass spray bottle. Spray into mouth and throat.

Cough (Wet): Eucalyptus Globulus or RC. Diffuse or apply on chest, back and neck.

Fever: Peppermint, lemon or ImmuPower. Apply to feet or diluted to the spine every couple of hours.

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So what are essential oils anyway?

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So what are essential oils?
– They are the volatile fluid inside of plants
– They operate similar to blood, in the ways they help the plant.
– They help the plant heal, repair itself, fight infection and disease (and carry out around 10 major functions in the plant).
– They are also the fragrance of the plant.
– Many plants in the world have essential oils inside of them (about 5% of the total plant population).

How are essential oils made? When a plant is harvested, the part of the plant that contains the essential oil (It could be the leaves, stem, roots, flower, etc) is put into a huge metal still and steam is pushed through the at certain temperatures, pressure and length of time. When the steam rises, there is a component that separates the “floral water” from the essential oil. This is called distillation.

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