Love of oils

Well this weekend was jammed packed with oils!

—Definition of essential oil

: any of a class of volatile oils that give plants their characteristic odors and are used especially in perfumes and flavorings, and for aromatherapy —

–The essential oil form is made from the bark, leaves or twigs of the plant.

I grew up with essential oils and then have had or used them in my life after leaving home.

I was on a full oil kick for awhile until I felt I just couldn’t afford them anymore.

I’ve used YoungLiving, DoTerra and many others but they don’t compare to Plant Therapy. Plant therapy’s missions statement is wonderful and they donate some proceeds to charity. Their mission is for families/individuals to be able to use oils at a very reasonable price. They are primarily able to do this because they don’t have the pyramid costs/scheme (not bashing just facts).

Not only have I found all the oils so far quickly effective but my husband and daughters are responding incredibly well to them also!

On Easter my little one reached a 104.5 degree fever, this obviously had us concerned so I went and got the Peppermint, diluted and rubbed on her temples and back of her neck, within 30minutes her temp was down to 100. Incredible. I also rubbed some sweet orange on her while diffusing immune boom and germ fighter. **Yes, I also use actual medicine but very little and that’s how I prefer it.

Essential Oils are incredible and worth looking into or becoming knowledgeable about. Serious caution in using them not only on yourself but children- these are extremely high potent, so make sure you’re diluting properly and using the correct oils on kiddos. If you go with Plant therapy brand they label their bottles which are KidSafe and also have their own Kids line, they also have a diluting guideline for you as well.

This was all so on my mind from the weekend and especially from yesterday so it’s the current motivation for Monday. Find something that works for your family-affordable, healthy and has plenty of benefits.

Until next time 💕

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s