Healthy EO Enhanced Water: Use YL ONLY
Here are some quick, refreshing options for enhancing water to quench thirst and refresh people on hot days. The first are suggestions for additions to water alone. The second is a healthy alternative for replenishing electrolytes lost to sweating during exercise or prolonged outdoor excursions. Enjoy!
Alternatively, you can use a toothpick to poke into the lavender bottle and then swish into the lemonade. Use a fresh toothpick if you need more Lavender.
Empty EO Bottles and the Perfect Bath Salts
Every wonder what to do with your empty bottles of essential oils? They still smell wonderful. There is precious EO residue left--but how to use it....
Here are 2 ideas:
1. Bath Salts
Here's another option for empty bottles!
2. Put carrier oil into empty bottles with orifices removed. Replace cap and save until needed. Use as a massage oil.
Young Living Essential Oils make a perfect first line of care for first aid needs.
The following information is a list of what I have in my family First Aid Kit. It is our first line of physical support for bumps, bruises, headaches, etc. I got an old travel bag for toiletries and made it into the kit we've used for over a decade. I change out my EO's to fresh ones every year if they've been exposed summertime heat on outings and adventures.
1. A few very important essential oils
2. Wound Care and Prevention
3. Emergency Numbers and Using EO's guide
Gary Young was a world leader in essential oil distillation and coined the phrase "Therapeutic Grade" as a way to distinguish the level of purity he insisted upon in Young Living Essential Oils. He recognized that quality matters, and not finding what he needed for distillation, learned from French distillers using their EO's medicinally, and brought it back to the US where he crafted his own distilleries. Check out these videos for more about distillation quality with Gary Young. First video is very comprehensive and you will learn a LOT. Second, also is informative...less time and 3rd video is more visual. ENJOY!
Cleaning Once A Week Step-By-Step
Having and using diffusers is a great way to impact the home and work environments, energetically and physically. Diffusers are easy to use and will last for a very long time with minimal care. Cleaning once a week is REALLY important. Here are simple steps to clean your diffuser.
Step 1: unplug diffuser and get supplies
Step 2: Drain any remaining water either down drain or if saving, into cup
Step 3: Dry the inside of diffuser and add a Tablespoon or so of rubbing alcohol. Use the brush to clean the center ultrasonic plate.
In the bottom of any ultrasonic water and EO diffuser you will see a metal small plate. This vibrates very fast and actually mixes the water and EO so it can be diffused into the air. During cleaning this is the plate that needs to be cleaned with rubbing alcohol. Clean the rest of inside diffuser bottom. Dump rubbing alcohol.
4. Air dry or dry manually, reassemble and you are ready to diffuse again. SIMPLE.
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Esther Palmer has been using Young Living products (particularly essential oils) since 2002. She has used them daily in her own life, shared them with family, and raised her 3 daughter through their childhoods. She teaches about Young Living Essential oils in monthly classes in Essex Junction, Vermont. To learn more about me (Esther) check out the "About" page of this website.
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