Thyme & Thyme Vitality

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Thyme & Thyme Vitality- Young Living

⏰ FUN FACTS ⏰

For centuries, thyme has been used across nations and cultures for incense in holy temples, ancient embalming practices, and warding off nightmares. Historically, Thyme was used by the Egyptians for embalming (think preserved skin, ladies!) and the ancient Greeks used it for protection against  a myriad of diseases. The powerful constituents in Thyme oil provide a cleansing and purifying effect on the skin, but because thyme is high in thymol, it should always be diluted.

⏰ WHAT IT DOES ⏰

Thyme is known to be a general tonic for the nerves and the stomach. It has been used traditionally to aid breathing, encourage healthy digestion, soothe the abdominal region, strengthen the spine, encourage healthy urinary and vaginal environment. Aromatically, Thyme is popular for helping one overcome fatigue and exhaustion after illness- it encourages energy during times of weakness or stress. Thyme is generally prized for its effects on the Immune system, muscles and bones. But it aids many other body systems as well.

⏰ IDEAS FOR USE – INTERNAL (with Vitality™ only) ⏰

  • Ideas in sauces, cheese dips and other recipes
  • Add a few drops to a veggie capsule (with carrier oil) for immune support
  • Enhance your favorite dishes that call for dried thyme and substitute with Thyme Vitality instead

⏰TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (with non-Vitality™ only) ⏰

  • Add to your diffuser mid-day to stimulate alertness and clear out mental lethargy
  • apply a drop (diluted in coconut oil or your favorite face product) on the face to support clear, non-oily skin- it has a cleansing and purifying effect
  • Deep inhale from the palm of hands or the bottle for immune support and increased energy
  • Diffuse for emotional, immune support
  • Diffuse while studying or during times of intense focus or concentration
  • Put a few drops on a cotton ball and strategically place the cotton in areas of the home to ward off creepy-crawlies
  • Add several drops of Thyme to your homemade outdoor spray
  • Create your own DIY deodorant with Thyme oil
  • Use thyme oil to help clean surfaces in the kitchen or bath
  • Apply to Vita-Flex points or directly on desired area
  • Add a few drops to the bath for skin soothing
  • Massage over muscles and joints for support
  • Add a few drops to your shampoo for follicle stimulation, or make a thyme/ water spray to use in the shower before or after washing your hair. Spray and leave on before rinsing, or spray after conditioning and leave in.
  • massage over muscles and joints for support

⏰ FOUND IN ⏰

  • Longevity
  • Essential Beauty Serum for oily skin
  • KidScents Toothpaste
  • Rehemogen Cream
  • Longevity capsules
  • ParaFree

⏰ COMPANION OILS/ PRODUCTS ⏰

  • Bergamot
  • Citrus oils- Lemon, Orange, Tangerine, Grapefruit
  • Cedarwood
  • Melaluca Alternifolia
  • Oregano
  • Rosemary

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Ravintsara

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Ravintsara- Young Living

🌺 FUN FACTS 🌺

Ravintsara (Ravensara), sometimes called clove nutmeg, is a member of the laurel family. It originated in Madagascar but has a camphorous aroma and qualities similar to eucalyptus. The people of Madagascar refer to Ravintsara essential oil as The Oil That Heals  because Ravintsara is considered another universal oil like Lavender.

🌺 WHAT IT DOES 🌺

It is known to be highly supportive of the adrenal glands as well as respiratory function, healthy bladder function, promotes skin healing, and supports the nerves and the liver. Ravintsara is an overall oil, useful for almost anything, particularly in supporting the immune and respiratory system.

Emotionally, Ravintsara has a mood elevating and stimulating effect, like Rosemary

🌺 IDEAS FOR USE – TOPICAL/ AROMATIC 🌺

• Use at the first sign of immune system compromise to boost immune support

• Add a few drops to a foot bath when you start feeling under the weather

• Use Ravintsara alone or blend with Eucalyptus, Lavender, Tea Tree or Thyme

• Deep inhale from the bottle or put a drop in the palm of hands and cup your hands over your nose

• Diffuse for respiratory support, daytime or night

• Mix with V-6 or another carrier oil and apply topically on location for skin healing support

• Mix into a massage blend to soothe muscles and joints

• Add a few drops to your bath

• Combine ravintsara essential oil with rosemary, rosewood, or tangerine essential oil to combat feelings of apathy. These “pick-me-up” essential oils will help increase energy and mental concentration.

• Use ravintsara in combination with frankincense, ginger or grapefruit essential oils to help your mood. Ravintsara essential oil can sweeten or enhance the other oils it is mixed with, so try using more than one oil if you want to try something new.

🌺 FOUND IN 🌺

  • ImmuPower
  • Raven Oil Blend

🌺 COMPANION OILS 🌺

  • Thieves
  • Oregano
  • Thyme
  • Raven
  • R.C.
  • Eucalyptus Radiata
  • Breathe Again

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