What are essential oils?
For thousands of years, essential oils have been used medicinally, spiritually, and emotionally. Essential oils are volatile liquids that were first organic herbs, shrubs, plants, and trees. Then they becomes distilled or pressed preserving the aromatic compounds resulting with pure therapeutic essential oils.
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How to use essential oils
Inhaling essential oils directly stimulates the hypothalamus, which is the center of the brain where behavior, sleep patterns, and release of hormones is instructed. To inhale, place a drop of desired oil in the palm of your hands, rub together and cup over your nose. Take deep breaths through your nose and out your mouth. Doing this often can help balance our emotions. Most importantly, the essential oil premium starter kit comes with a diffuser. It’s an amazing tool to purify the air in your home, boost mood, and create a balanced atmosphere at work.
Young Living’s amazing Seed to Seal guarantee enables us to confidently ingest many of our essential oils. We now offer a vitality line so you don’t ever have to question. You can ingest by adding a few drops of oil into a vegetable capsule and then swallow with water. My personal favorite is to add a drop or two in my water, tea, smoothie or juice. You can also add oils to your favorite meals while cooking.
Apply the oil to the chosen location and massage gently into skin. You can apply neat or with a carrier oil such as coconut, olive, jojoba or our personal favorite V6 vegetable oil from Young Living. Another useful way is to add drops of oil to a roller and dilute your own ratio whether your mixing for infants, kids, or a friend. Tip: When in doubt, apply to the bottoms of your feet.
This information is for learning purposes only. My family and I are confident with all products from Young Living because of their purity. Young Living also never uses pesticides, herbicides or any harmful chemicals. I don’t suggest using any other oil for ingestion besides Young Living. I am not a licensed medical professional and do not take responsibility for your health. I encourage you to become an advocate for your yourself, research reputable material, and continue reaching out to a licensed health care practitioner such as an MD, NP, DC that you love and trust. This information is not meant to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease.