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Cedarwood Essentail Oil

Cedar Wood Juniperus virginiana
Cedarwood has a warm, woody, balsamic fragrance that relaxes the mind and body.

  • Promotes clear skin
  • Has a soothing, grounding effect on the mind and emotions
  • Relaxing and calming aroma is perfect for massage therapy

Before exercising, massage one to two drops into your chest to maintain  vitality throughout your workout.

After a difficult day, diffuse Cedarwood to relax the mind and the body.

During your facial routine, add one to two drops of Cedarwood to your facial toner or moisturizer for added clarifying properties.

After noticing a fresh skin imperfection, directly apply one drop to affected area to immediately improve the appearance.

Place a drop on a cotton ball and place in closets, storage boxes, or other areas to keep moths at bay.

Add to mulch or topsoil to repel insects.

When a child wakes up scared, apply to the bottom of feet to return a peaceful feeling.

Take internally to promote relaxation.*

Naturally repels insects.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Cassia Essential Oil

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Cardimon Essential Oil

CardimonClosely related to Ginger, Cardamom is known as an expensive cooking spice and for being beneficial to the digestive system.*

  • Promotes clear breathing and maintains respiratory health*
  • Add to foods to enhance flavor
  • Helps alleviate occasional feelings of nausea or motion sickness*
  • May help to ease indigestion and maintain overall gastrointestinal health.*
  • For feelings of mental clarity

Flavorful spice for cooking and baking for great Indian flavor. Take internally to help alleviate occasional feelings of stomach discomfort.* Breathe in for sense of openness and clear head. Blends well with Lavender and Clove. Apply to chest while planting flowers or cutting grass. Take a drop or two internally after over indulging at dinner.* Delivers a cooling sensation on skin

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Risks of Artificial Sweeteners

SweetenersArticle by Dr Mark Hyman

See the complete Article here: DrHyman.com and watch the video too
“I know you’re not big on sugar and frequently tell people to cut down on it,” writes this week’s House Call. “But what about artificial sweeteners? Can I use those instead?”

Sadly, the answer is emphatically no. Human, animal, experimental, and other studies show artificial sweeteners can be just as bad and maybe even worse than regular sugar.

Artificial sweeteners have long been positioned as “guilt-free,” innocuous, safe alternatives, so why would I argue they are actually worse than sugar?

Manufacturers love to position zero-calorie sweetened foods and drinks as better because they create a “halo effect” and they know you’re more likely to buy them.

Black Pepper Essential Oil

Black PepperPiper nigrum

Vaccines and links to Autism

ChildGettingaVaccineThis article by David Gutierrez followed by Health Ranger

See full article about: 32 yrs of CDC Science Fraud

(NaturalNews) In August 2014, it was revealed that senior Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) scientist William Thompson had been having numerous conversations with vaccine critic Brian Hooker in which Thompson noted that the data from one of his studies had been massaged prior to publication in order to conceal a link between the MMR vaccine and autism in black boys.

Bergamot Essential Oil

Lymes Disease

herbsHere are some herbs to support the body through battles with Lyme’s Disease:

Lyme-D

Cats claw – also know as: uña de gato – commonly used for improving symptoms of arthritis, digestive system disorders, diverticulitis, colitis, gastritis, stomach ulcers, hemorrhoids, and leaky bowel syndrome. Some people use cat’s claw for viral infections including shingles, cold sores etc…

Licorice root – has proven to be a lifeline for many of my patients in not only improving the symptoms of Adrenal Dysfunction (which patients care about most) but also in helping to heal the underlying adrenal weakness that leads to a cure (which I care about most)
icorice acts to support and improve the function of cortisol, the major hormone of the adrenal glands. In doing so, it helps relieve the majority of the major symptoms of Adrenal Dysfunction, such as fatigue, pain, weakness, dehydration, brain fog, among others.

Make Cooking Fun Again with These Strategies

CookingThis article is by Dr Mark Hyman

Get the full article here at: Maria Shriver’s blog

Super busy lives mean many of us shy away from cooking. Juggling to-do lists, demanding jobs, children’s busy schedules and perhaps less-than-stellar skills in the kitchen, cooking seems to slide way down on our list of priorities.

My lofty goal involves shifting people’s perception about working with food and creating a meal. We have raised a generation who don’t know how to cook and live instead on processed or fast foods. And quite frankly, it’s killing us.

Basil Essential Oil

BasilOcimum basilicum

Valued for its restorative effects, Basil is also commonly used for its calming properties.

  • Promotes mental alertness and lessens anxious feelings
  • Refreshing flavor
  • Acts as a cooling agent for the skin
  • Diffuse to promote a sense of focus while studying or reading
  • May help to ease monthly feminine discomfort.*
  • Take a drop internally to provide soothing support during menstrual cycle.*
  • Diffuse for feeling of relief at the end of your work day

Massage with wintergreen and carrier oil on back of neck for a stress-relieving experience. Add to your favorite Italian dishes for a refreshing taste. Blends with Lime, Bergamot and/or Peppermint for an invigorating aroma

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

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Adrenal fatigue

“Adrenal Fatigue has a negative effect on all your
hormones. Stress is a big factor in healthy or fatigued adrenal glands. Anti-stress oils on your feet at night will help support the adrenals. The oils below are helpful when applied topically directly over your adrenals. They will support them in all their work. The adrenals sit like little hats directly on top of each kidney located in the low back.”

2-3 drops Basil
2-3 drops Rosemary
2-3 drops Geranium
2-3 drops Ylang Ylang

Apply directly on adrenal area topically

Vitamin B5 which is pantothenic acid is essential.

– Stephanie Fritz

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Arborvitae Essential Oil

ArborvitaeThuja plicata

Known as the “tree of life,” Arborvitae is majestic in size and abundant in benefits.

  • Promotes a sense of peace and calm
  • Preserves wood naturally
  • Diffuse to purify the air
  • Protects against environmental and seasonal threats.
  • Powerful cleansing and purifying agent
  • Naturally repels insects. • Preserves wood naturally.
  • Apply to wrists and ankles while hiking.
  • Diffuse to purify the air.
  • Diffuse for a grounding aroma.

Add a few drops to a spray bottle with water and spray on surfaces or hands for a protecting solution.Mix four drops of Arborvitae essential oil and two drops of Lemon essential oil with a carrier oil for a effective wood preservative and polish. Use during meditation for a sense of peace and calm. Mix in with mulch while gardening. Create your own cologne with Cedarwood, Arborvitae, and Frankincense.

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Why Avocados are Good for you

avocadosDr Mercola Wrote a great article on Avocados so we’ll share part of that with you here. If you want the whole article you can get that here: Avocados the most popular fruit in the US

 

Avocados are one of the most popular fruits in the US; two-thirds of US consumers purchased avocados in the past year, according to the Hass Avocado Board 2014 tracking study.

Among them, 60 percent fell into the “lovers/enthusiasts” category, which means they purchased at least 37, and in some cases more than 120, avocados a year.