Carrot Seed & Carrot Seed Vitality

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Carrot Seed & Carrot Seed Vitality

🥕 FUN FACTS 🥕

Surprisingly enough, carrots are part of the parsley family, but it’s not the garden vegetable variety that you’re thinking of. The essential oil is extracted from the dried seeds through steam distillation.  The seeds may be small, but they are packed with natural healing properties. Popularly called wild Queen Anne’s lace, its native origins can be traced back to Egypt, France and India.

Carrot seed oil has a thicker, more viscous consistency and a distinct woody, earthy and deliciously root-like fragrance.

🥕 WHAT IT DOES 🥕

Carrot Seed oil contains powerful antioxidants, which are amazingly beneficial to the body as they fight free radicals and help slow the degenerative process of aging.

Historically, carrots have been used as a blood cleanser and to support the liver, gallbladder and the skin as well as the heart, intestines and nervous system. And we all know carrots are good for the eyes.

Carrot seed also helps stimulate the lymph system (immunity) aids in soothing digestion and the excretory tract, supports abdominal comfort during the menstrual cycle, and generally promotes comfort to the abdominal region.

Applied topically to muscles and joints, carrot seed oil helps the body maintain healthy inflammatory levels, encouraging comfort on location. This oil works in beauty products to moisturize the skin, improve elasticity and liven up skin tone.

  • Skin/ Beauty
  • Nervous System
  • Emotions
  • Detox/ Excretory System
  • Cardiovascular/ Circulatory
  • Digestive System
  • Musculoskeletal/ joints

 

🥕IDEAS FOR USE- TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (non- Vitality™)🥕

Massage oil over abdomen for menstrual support

Massage over intestines for intestinal support

Massage over chest to calm muscles and soothe hiccups

Apply over lower abdomen to promote comfortable gas levels

Add a few drops to your lotion or face cream to smooth skin

Apply on location to rejuvenate skin and even skin tone

Use a drop daily in your face lotion to discourage wrinkles and tighten skin

Add several drops to your mineral sunscreen

Apply topically over the liver or kidneys for support

Deep inhale for an earthy, woodsy aroma

Diffuse or inhale for balancing the nervous system

Add a few drops to your conditioner or directly to the scalp and comb through hair for shine

🥕 INTERNAL (Vitality™ only)  🥕

Add a drop to marinades, soup or stews

Put a few drops in a veggie capsule and take internally for dietary support

place a drop under the tongue

🥕 CONSTITUENTS 🥕

  • Alcohols: Linalol
  • Monoterpenes: alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, sabinene
  • Sesquiterpenes: beta-caryophyllene
  • Esters
  • Phenols

🥕BLENDS WITH 🥕

  • Citrus oils
  • Fennel
  • Frankincense
  • Geranium
  • Spice Oils

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Basil & Basil Vitality

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Basil & Basil Vitality – Young Living

🍃 FUN FACTS 🍃

The leaves and seeds of the basil plant are the important medicinal parts of this herb, which is regularly used in cuisines and recipes all over the world. Basil essential oil is popular in Europe, Central Asia, India, and Southeast Asia. Considered by the ancient Greeks to be the King of Plants, basil was literally used to anoint kings. In the Hindu religion, sprigs of basil were placed on the bodies of deceased loved ones to protect them from evil and provide them with safe passage into the next life.

Historically, basically has been used for countless medicinal uses for thousands of years- from snake bites to whooping cough, basil has been the go-to herb for countless generations

🍃 WHAT IT DOES 🍃

Basil affects largely the Cardiovascular System and Musculoskeletal system, but it has a myriad of other uses as well. Receiving a massage using this oil may help stimulate blood flow and soothe muscles, promoting calmness when muscles want to seize repeatedly. A few drops to the forehead help promote alertness, alleviate mental fatigue, elevate moods, enhance memory and sharpen the mind.

Basil can be used topically and massaged into the skin with a carrier oil. It enhances the luster of dull-looking skin and hair. As a result, it is extensively used in many skin care supplements that improve skin tone. It is also commonly used to help keep a clear complexion.

Basil acts a digestive tonic, calms the respiratory tract, improves blood circulation and helps increase and optimize various metabolic functions of the body. menstruation,

As a bonus, basil tends to deter creepy-crawlies, and has often been used to keep insects at bay. It also calms stings and bites.

  • Nervous System
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • immune system
  • Skin
  • Cardiovascular/Circulatory System
  • Emotions/ Brain
  • Digestive System

 

🍃 IDEAS FOR USE- TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (non Vitality™ ) 🍃

  • Deep inhale to help alertness, prevent fainting
  • Apply to the forehead for nothing comfort
  • Diffuse or inhale for mental stimulation, mood elevation
  • Apply with carrier oil over the chest to calm muscles and aid soothe breathing
  • Apply over the joints (on location_ for support
  • Apply directly to bug bites
  • dilute with carrier oil and massage over large areas to calm spastic muscles
  • apply around ears for comfort
  • Add to a DIY insect repellent
  • Apply over chest to calm hiccups
  • Diffuse or inhale while studying to promote memory
  • Rub over abdomen with carrier oil to encourage healthy gas and digestion levels
  • Apply on spot locations to maintin a a healthy, clear complexion
  • Add a few drops to shampoo or conditioner for scalp support

🍃 INTERNAL (Vitality™ only ) 🍃

  • Use in place of dried herb
  • add a drop to balsamic vinegar and olive oil
  • use in a meat marinade
  • add a drop or two to stew or soup
  • use Basil Vitality for homemade pesto
  • Add a few drops to veggie capsule as dietary supplement
  • Add a drop or two to a shot glass of water and ingest

🍃CONSTITUENTS 🍃

  • Phenolic Ethers: methyl eugenol
  • Alcohols: linalool, citronellol
  • Oxides: 1,8 cineol
  • Esters
  • Monoterpenes
  • Ketones
  • geraniol

🍃 BLENDS WITH 🍃

  • Bergamot
  • Cypress
  • Fir
  • Geranium
  • Helichrysum
  • Lavender
  • Lemongrass
  • Marjoram
  • Peppermint
  • Spruce
  • Wintergreen

🍃 FOUND IN 🍃

  • Aroma Siez
  • Clarity
  • M-Grain

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Black Pepper & Black Pepper Vitality

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Black Pepper & Black Pepper Vitality- Young Living

💥 FUN FACTS 💥

Black Pepper, one of the most used spices on planet earth, is so commonplace that its medicinal values largely go unrecognized. Its essential oil is steam distilled form berries grown in Egypt, Madagascar and India. Pepper was used by the Egyptians in mummification as evidenced by the discovery of black pepper in the nostrils and abdomen of Ramses II. Indian monks ate several black pepper corns a day to maintain their incredible stamina and energy

For centuries, black pepper was as highly prized as gold and silver and accounted for 70% of the international spice trade. During the Dark Ages, Arab traders had a monopoly on the black pepper trade. To maintain this monopoly and keep the source of black pepper a closely-guarded secret (and hence increase the price and prestige of black pepper), they came up with a great story. The tale they told was that black pepper grew in groves of trees that were guarded by poisonous snakes. In order to harvest the black pepper, the trees had to be burned in order to drive out the snakes. This process ( so they said) also turned the originally white fruit black! That myth worked for a long time.

💥 WHAT IT DOES 💥

Historically, pepper was used for thousands of years for malaria, cholera and digestive issues. Today, pepper’s primary common use is to revive someone who has fainted. However, pepper is also stimulating and comforting for those who are awake as well! This oil may help maintain healthy cholesterol levels, detox the body, enhance circulation, increase cellular oxygenation, support digestive glands, and stimulate the endocrine system, increase energy, aid with addiction recovery, improve a healthy appetite, aid muscle tone, support joint connective tissue, aid circulation and help one regain balance and settle the nerves from imbalance.

Studies have shown that Curcumin (the active compound of turmeric) is made readily bioavailable with the presence of black pepper- any good turmeric supplement should have black pepper as a main ingredient

Aromatically, black pepper is said to help people examine things with clarity and honesty

  • Nervous System
  • Digestive System
  • musculoskeletal system
  • endocrine system
  • circulatory system,

💥 IDEAS FOR USE – TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (non-Vitality) 💥

  • apply to vita flex points
  • apply directly to area of concern with dilution
  • mix very sparingly into a bath with juniper and lavender to warm you up in the winter and overcome chills
  • apply with carrier oil to the back of the neck for muscle and joint  comfort and increased mobility
  • apply to the few bottom for immune support
  • diffuse or inhale to curb cravings
  • apply to the abdomen with a warm compress to increase blood flow to the muscles and nerves
  • apply to the wrists, knuckles, lower back, or any joint that needs support and increased mobility

💥 INTERNAL (Vitality only) 💥

  • combine 1-2 drops with several drops of extra virgin olive oil and take in a gel cap supplement daily for healthy cholesterol levels, healthy blood pressure, healthy inflammation levels, immune support)
  • add 1 drop to substitute for 98-10 peppercorns in a recipe
  • infuse balsamic vinegar with 1 drop per ounce
  • use for in a marinade
  • add 1 drop per teaspoon in butter or coconut butter to flavor a spread
  • add a drop to a smoothies for dietary support

💥 FOUND IN 💥

  • Dream Catcher
  • En-R-Gee
  • Relieve It
  • Light the Fire
  • NingXia Nitro

💥 BLENDS WITH 💥

  • Cumin
  • Fennel
  • Frankincense
  • Lavender
  • Marjoram
  • Rosemary
  • Sandalwood
  • Spice Oils

💥 CONSTITUENTS 💥

Black pepper essential oil has a high content of phytochemicals (natural, plant-based chemicals) known as monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes. These phytochemicals are known for their antioxidant and immune stimulatory functions.

  • Monoterpenes (70%)
  • alpha-pinene
  • beta-pinene
  • l-limonene
  • beta-caryophyllene

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Rosemary & Rosemary Vitality

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Rosemary & Rosemary Vitality Young Living

Rosemary & Rosemary Vitality- Young Living

🌿 FUN FACTS 🌿

Rosemary is actually part of the mint family! It boasts of a woodsy, citrus-like fragrance that has become a feature of many kitchens, gardens, and apothecaries worldwide. It derives its name from Latin words ros (“dew”) and marinus (“sea”), or “dew of the sea.”1

The Virgin Mary is said to have spread her blue cloak over a rosemary bush as she rested, and the white flowers turned blue. The shrub came to be known as the “Rose of Mary.”2

It has been regarded as sacred by many civilizations – Egyptians, Hebrews, Greeks, and Romans – it was used as a fumigant to drive away evil spirits and to protect against plague and infectious diseases.

🌿 WHAT IT DOES 🌿

Rosemary works in MANY beneficial ways in the body.  It has been extensively used and studied since ancient times for a variety of health benefits, including digestion, stress relief, soothing comfort for muscles and joints, immune boosting, respiratory aid, increasing energy, stimulating memory and lifting fatigue. Rosemary oil is often added to shampoos and lotions. Regularly using the oil helps stimulate follicles, aiding in long, strong hair growth.

  • Immune system
  • Respiratory System
  • Hair and Skin
  • Nervous System
  • Musculoskeletal system

🌿IDEAS FOR USE – TOPICAL/AROMATIC (Non-Vitality)  🌿

  • clarity- add a drop to the palm of your hands, rub hands together and cup over your nose to deep inhale
  • massage one or two drops over the chest for comfort and respiratory soothing
  • deep inhale to soothe the head and mind
  • diffuse while studying to help memory and learning
  • massage one or two drops around the vagina to maintain infection-free health
  • add a drop to shampoo for follicle support and hair growth
  • add a few drops directly to the scalp after shampoo and comb through hair foot stimulate follicles and promote dandruff-free locks
  • use on pets to promote healthy fur coats
  • use in the shower- apply one drop to the palm of wet hands, rub hands together and massage onto the face after washing
  • apply to abdomen to aid digestion
  • massage with carrier oil over back of neck for stress relief and tension
  • add to massage oil for whole body, immune stimulating massage
  • inhale or diffuse for immune support
  • apply to throat for clearing
  • diffuse to combat mental fatigue

🌿INTERNAL (Vitality only) 🌿

  • add a drop or two to a gel cap with carrier oil and take as dietary supplement
  • infuse balsamic vinegar with 1 drop per ounce
  • make a warm tonic with 1-3 drops, hot water and sweeten to taste
  • add 1-4 drops to every 4 oz of salad dressing
  • use in marinades for fish, meat or vegetables
  • add in place of dried herb

🌿 BLENDS WITH 🌿

  • Basil
  • Cedarwood
  • Frankincense
  • Lavender
  • Peppermint
  • Rosewood
  • Eucalyptus
  • Marjoram
  • Pine

🌿 FOUND IN 🌿

  • En-R-Gee
  • JuvaFlex
  • Melrose
  • Purification
  • Thieves
  • Transformation
  • Aroma-Guard Deodorant
  • Thieves toothpaste
  • Thieves mouthwash
  • ComforTone
  • ICP
  • JuvaTone
  • MultiGreens
  • Thieves Losenges
  • Sandalwood Moisture Cream
  • Clarity
  • Orange Blossom Facial Wash

🌿 CONSTITUENTS 🌿

alpha-pinene

beta-pinene

camphene

camphor

1, 8 console

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Tangerine & Tangerine Vitality

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Tangerine & Tangerine Vitality- Young Living

🍊 FUN FACTS 🍊

Tangerine originates from China and Japan but got its name from Tangier, a major city in Morocco. It is believed that the first batch of tangerines was shipped to Europe through the port in this city. You have probably also confused them with  Mandarin Oranges – And while mandarin skin has a smooth texture, tangerine has a thick, bumpy skin.1

Tangerine oil comes from the cold-pressed rind of the fruit rather than the fruit itself

🍊 WHAT IT DOES 🍊

Known for its powerful properties, tangerine has look been used in skincare, haircare and scalp conditions as its constituents help to stimulate new cell growth. Emotionally, it is a very uplifting and calming aroma. Aids digestion and helps our bodies get rid of toxins- acts as an immune booster

Tangerine contains esters and aldehydes which are sedating and calming to the nervous system- when diffused together with other oils, it can aid in soothing negative emotions such as grief, anger or shock

🍊 IDEAS FOR USE – TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (Non-Vitality) 🍊

Diffuse diffuse diffuse!

Blends well with MANY oils, so have fun experimenting!

Add several drops to water, dip your rag in it to wipe surfaces and countertops

Add a few drops to your Thieves HouseHold cleaner for an added cleaning effect and citrusy aroma

Apply a drop directly to a wound to aid a healthy microbial balance

Blend equal parts of Lavender and tangerine and apply over stretch marks

🍊 INTERNAL (Vitality only) 🍊

Add a few drops to your water

Add a few drops to a smoothie

Add a few drops to your Ningxia Red

Add to your baking in place of zest

Add a drop to your favorite soup

Mix with Balsamic and olive oil to make a tasty salad dressing

🍊 CONSTITUENTS 🍊

  • Monoterpenes
  • d-limonene
  • beta-carotene
  • linalol
  • citranellol
  • alpha-pinene
  • beta-pinene

🍊 COMPANION PRODUCTS 🍊

  • Ningxia Red
  • Basil
  • Bergamot
  • Chamomile
  • Clary Sage
  • Clove
  • Frankincense
  • Geranium
  • Grapefruit
  • Lavender
  • Lemon
  • Marjoram
  • Orange

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Marjoram & Marjoram Vitality

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Marjoram & Marjoram Vitality- Young Living

🌿 FUN FACTS 🌿

Known as the “herb of happiness” to the Romans and “joy of the mountains” to the Greeks, Marjoram was used to decorate at both weddings and funerals. Not only would it warm the body and emotions, but many believed it would increase longevity. It was grown on gravesites to comfort the departed soul

🌿 WHAT IT DOES 🌿

Historically, marjoram was used as an antidote for poisoning. It works to support the Cardiovascular system, Muscles and  Bones, so it works beautifully to support healthy respiration, encourage unimpeded breathing, opens airways, and regulated blood pressure. Musculo-skeletal uses include comfort for overused joints and muscles, soothes and comforts muscle tension, and calms the nerves. Marjoram is beneficial in helping to relax and calm muscles that constrict, whether digestive, abdominal, musculoskeletal, chest, etc. SO it has unlimited uses as an aid to the body. Marjoram also aids with a peaceful night’s sleep by helping to reduce stress and anxiety

🌿 IDEAS FOR USE – TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (Non-Vitality) 🌿

  • apply on location to muscles and joints
  • apply over abdomen for menstrual support and comfort
  • apply over chest for respiratory support and to maintain a healthy muscle constriction when coughing
  • apply topically over the spine for comfort and support
  • apply to the back of the neck and shoulders to so the tension and comfort the head
  • apply to vita flex points
  • add several drops to a whole-body massage oil
  • apply topically over stomach/ abdomen to promote healthy digestion and soothing comfort
  • apply to feet bottoms for immune support
  • diffuse for a calming, soothing fragrance (aromatherapy)

🌿INTERNAL (Vitality only) 🌿

  • use to make tea for healthy digestive aid, healthy stools and healthy gas levels
  • make a dietary gel-cap with carrier oil to take daily for support
  • add a drop to your favorite soup recipe
  • add marjoram as a flavoring to roasted meats
  • add marjoram to roasted vegetables
  • use marjoram in a marinade for meat, vegetables or fish

🌿 BLENDS WITH 🌿

  • Bergamot
  • Cedarwood
  • Chamomile
  • Cypress
  • Lavender
  • Orange
  • Nutmeg
  • Rosemary
  • Rosewood
  • Ylang Ylang

🌿 FOUND IN 🌿

  • Aroma Life
  • Aroma Siez
  • Dragon Time
  • M-Grain
  • RC
  • Ortho Ease Massage Oil
  • Ortho Sport Massage Oil
  • Super Cal

🌿 CONSTITUENTS 🌿

  • monoterpenes (60%)
  • alpha- terpene, sabinene, alpha- pinene
  • beta-pinene
  • l-limonene
  • beta-caryophyllene

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Laurus Nobilis

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Laurus Nobilis (Bay Laurel) – Young Living

🌱 FUN FACTS 🌱 

Laurus Nobilis is known as Bay, Sweet Bay or Dalmatia Bay Laurel- its leaves are steam distilled from France or Croatia. The story goes that ancient Greek and Roman Generals would wear crown of laurel leaves when victorious in battle. Both the Greeks and the Romans believed that the laurel tree had great powers of divination and prophecy and that all one had to do to avoid thunder, to lightning or evil spirits was to sun under a laurel tree. Today, Laurel is primarily produced in the country formerly known as Yugoslavia. A fatty oil produced from the berries is used mainly for making soap.In ancient Greece and Rome, crowns were made out of Bay Leaves to honor scholars, warriors, and sportsmen. This tradition is where the name “Poet Laureate” comes from. Baccalaureate, or bachelor’s degree, also comes from this.

🌱 WHAT IT DOES 🌱 

Historically, Bay Laurel leaves and the black berries were used medicinally- especially for digestive aid and appetite. During the Middle ages, Laurel was used for respiratory support, fevers, headaches, liver and spleen support. And Laurel has been used fro centuries as a fragrance component in cosmetics and perfumes.  Today we know that Laurel is excellent for supporting the respiratory system, digestive system, as a general tonic to boost immunity, as well as a host of other immune response issues. A spicy, aromatic flavoring, bay leaves are commonly used as a flavoring for soups, stews etc

🌱  IDEAS FOR USE – INTERNAL (Vitality™ only) 🌱 

  • use in cooking- substitute one drop oil for one bay leaf
  • place 1-2 drops with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, grapeseed or almond oil in a vegetarian gelcap and take for internal support
  • Infuse balsamic vinegar with 1 drop per oz
  • Make a tonic tea-add 1-3 drops to 6 oz hot water and sweeten to taste
  • Add 1-2 drops to your water for a flavor boost
  • add 2-4 drops to a smoothie
  • Use 1-5 drops per 4 oz of salad dressing
  • Flavor spray- 1 tbsp olive oil + 10 drops essential oil + app 2oz water- spray over veggies, salads, meats or pastas at the end of cooking
  • Flavor butter or coconut oil- 1 drop per 1tsp- to make a delicious spread

🌱 TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (non-Vitality™) 🌱 

  • DIY facial spray- 1 tsp glycerin (or aloe vera juice) + 4oz quality water (not from the tap) + 2 drops each: lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis). Great for normal to blemished skin
  • Bay Laurel is a circulatory oil that assists in lymph movement. Massaging lymph areas (such as knees and armpits) with oils while in the shower
  • stimulate  and revitalize thinning hair with a blend of lairs nobles, lavender, rosemary, peppermint, geranium… make a head spray  with 20 drops + water, or add a few drops to shampoo
  • Apply to abdomen with carrier oil to support healthy, solid bowel movements as needed

🌱 CONSTITUENTS 🌱 

  • 1,8 Cineol
  • linalol
  • alpha-terpinol
  • alpha pinene
  • beta-pinene
  • geraniol
  • eugenol
  • beta-caryophyllene
  • sabinene
  • limonene

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Oregano & Oregano Vitality

Young Living Oregano & Oregano Vitality Essential oil bottles in front of an Oregano plant
Young Living Oregano & Oregano Vitality Essential oil- same oil inside, different labels!

Oregano & Oregano Vitality- Young Living

🍃 FUN FACTS 🍃

Steam distilled from the leaves of the Oregano plant, a hardy perennial herb and member of the mint family. The ancient Greeks and Romans have a profound appreciation for oregano, using it for various medicinal purposes. In fact, its name comes from the Greek words “oros” and “ganos,” which are words for mountain and joy — oregano literally means “joy of the mountain.”

It was revered as a symbol of happiness, and it was an ancient tradition to crown brides and grooms with a laurel of oregano. Its most well known constituents are Thymol, Cavracol, Beta-caryophyllin (BCP), and rosemaric acid- a powerful antioxidant

🍃 WHAT IT DOES 🍃

*** ALWAYS DILUTE IN TOPICAL APPLICATIONS because it can cause skin irritation.

Oregano is highly recommended as an oil to add to your arsenal of natural healing tools, as it has a wide range of uses, but is most associated with respiratory and immune system health. It also positively benefits the muscles and bones. Oregano has been gaining popularity as a natural remedy, though its use as a health-boosting herb is centuries old. It contains high amounts of Omega-3s, Iron, Manganese, and antioxidants.  Oregano is a very flavorful herb that is often used in Italian, Greek and Spanish cooking. It is often used in seasoning blends, including Italian Seasoning, and pairs well with meats, tomato dishes, and eggs.

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

• Place a drop under the tongue and hold it there for several seconds to boost the immune system

• Take it as a dietary supplement by adding a drop to a vegetarian capsule and taking daily or as needed.*

• Add a few drop to your soups or stews, especially during times of illness

• Substitute Oregano Vitality in any recipe calling for the dried Oregano herb

• Give meats and veggies a minty note by including Spearmint Vitality in your marinades.

🍃 TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (non- Vitality™) 🍃

• Apply topically on location f(mixed with a carrier oil) to aid skin healing

• Apply (diluted) over muscles and joints for soothing relief

• Apply to foot bottoms, between the toes or toenails to encourage a healthy bacterial environment

• Apply on location to skin areas for smoothing warts or skin tags (use caution if the oil is too hot- dilute)

• Add several drops to your DIY outdoor spray

• Place a few drops on a cotton ball and place the cottontail to deter creepy-crawlies from entering your home

• Apply (diluted) to insect bites or to soothe skin

• Add a few drops to boiling water, and being careful not to get the steam in your eyes, gently inhale the oregano steam to promote healthy breathing

• Add a few drops to your favorite Shampoo to help the scalp stay moisturized. Be careful to avoid the eyes

• Soak hands or feet in a basin of warm water to encourage healthy skin and promote a healthy bacterial environment

• Apply (diluted) to the chest to aid respiration

• Add a few drops to your laundry for a super fresh clean

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Lime & Lime Vitality

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Lime & Lime Vitality- Young Living

💚 FUN FACTS 💚

Did you know that of all the fruits in the citrus family, lime may be one of the most mysterious? The precise origin of the lime fruit is unknown to botanists to this very day. Wild limes are believed to have first grown in Indonesia or Southeast Asia and then transplanted to the Mediterranean and Northern Africa around 1000 AD.

Before that? Nobody seems to know.

Whether you’re stirring it into drinks for a bright burst of flavor or giving your food a little extra citrus zip, Lime Vitality™ essential oil is a welcome kick of summer that you can enjoy year-round.

💚 WHAT IT DOES 💚

Young Living’s Lime Vitality oil is cold pressed from the rind of limes.

The rind is taken from unripe fruit for maximum levels of three key constituents:

  • limonene,
  • gamma-terpinene, and
  • beta-pinene.

While most of the citrus family starts green and ripens into a bright color, lime keeps its green even after the fruit matures.

Lime Vitality brings a unique citrus flavor and delicious zing to any food or beverage. We love adding it to guacamole, marinades, and any type of drink! Make sure to start with a toothpick dipped in Lime Vitality when cooking. A little bit of essential oil goes a long way, and many times 1–2 drops can be too much!

  • Digestive System
  • Immune System
  • Respiratory System

💚 IDEAS FOR USE – TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (non-Vitality) 💚

  • Diffuse to overcome exhaustion, depression
  • Deep inhale for a stimulating, refreshing, invigorating aroma
  • Apply to vita flex points
  • Add a drop to your favorite shower gel
  • Add  a drop to your body lotion
  • Use as a deodorant
  • add a few drops to a bowl of steaming water and inhale for respiratory support or add a few drops to a carrier oil and rub it on your chest
  • add to face moisturizer or face soap for cleansing
  • add a few drops to shampoo/ conditioner for healthy, moisturized scalp
  • use to remove grease spots or adhesive residue

💚 INTERNAL (Vitality only) 💚

  • Add 1 drop to a vegetarian gel capsule and take it daily or as needed as a dietary supplement.
  • Combine Lime Vitality with olive oil and use it as a marinade for meat and veggies. Include a drop in your stir-fry to bring dimension and add depth of flavor.
  • Complement the natural sweetness of berry dishes with a touch of Lime Vitality.
  • Stay hydrated and add variety by infusing water with a drop or two of Lime Vitality.
  • Add to fruits to keep them from turning brown
  • add a few drops to your water or NingXia Red to help detox your liver

Check out the Young Living Blog for more creative ways to use Lime Vitality!

https://www.youngliving.com/blog/

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Bergamot & Bergamot Vitality

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Bergamot & Bergamot Vitality- Young Living

🍊 FUN FACTS 🍊

Bergamot is of the citrus family, but it is not as well known. Christopher Columbus is credited with bringing bergamot to Italy from the Canary Islands. It is defined as a hybrid between sour orange and lemon and produces a fruit that is extremely sour with fragrant peels. Its aromatic profile is so compelling that it has been used for centuries in perfumery for its tangy green top note. Bergamot is what gives Earl Gray tea its coveted flavor

🍊 WHAT IT DOES 🍊

Aromatically, bergamot helps to relieve anxiety, depression, stress and tension. It is uplifting and refreshing and helps us to radiate LOVE.  Historically, Bergamot was used  to maintain a healthy intestinal tract with no parasites, to maintain a healthy intestinal tract with no parasites, to aid sleep, to soothe throats, to support the respiratory system, aid digestion, soothe the skin and support the endocrine system

Constituents to research:

monoterpenes (D-limonene, alpha and beta pinene) , sesquiterpenes

🍊IDEAS FOR USE – INGESTION (Vitality™) 🍊

  • substitute for zest- 1 drop for a teaspoon, 7-10 drops for the whole fruit
  • infuse balsamic vinegar 1 drop per oz
  • add a drop or two to your favorite tea or beverage
  • use 1-5 drops per 4 oz salad dressing
  • add a drop per teaspoon of butter or coconut spread for flavoring
  • add 2 drops per oz of olive oils and drizzle over meats, pastas, breads and vegetables
  • add 1-2 drops into a veggie capsule with carrier oil and ingest as dietary supplement

🍊 TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (non- Vitality™) 🍊

  • diffuse for a sweet, lively, citrus & fruity aroma
  • add a few drops to your thieves cleaner or a spray bottle with water to wipe down surfaces
  • add a drop to your favorite skin cleanser to help control oily skin
  • apply to the bottom of feet prior to bedtime- bergamot is relaxing and calming
  • add a few drops to a homemade muscle rub or cream, particularly after a workout
  • add a few drops to carrier oil and rub over the chest to calm and support breathing
  • inhale from bottle
  • add a few drops to water and dip a washcloth for a cool forehead compress
  • blend with other oils for a delightful perfume
  • massage over abdomen with carrier oil to support digestion and healthy gas levels

🍊 BLENDS WITH 🍊

  • Chamomile
  • Cypress
  • Eucalyptus
  • Geranium
  • Jasmine
  • Juniper
  • Lavender
  • Lemon
  • Palmarosa
  • Patchouli
  • Ylang Ylang
  • Cardamom

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