Essential oils are all the rage, especially if you spend any time on Pinterest. These oils are produced by distilling the oils from items found in nature, such as flowers, plants, herbs, and so on. Whether you have wondered what in the world to do with essential oils, whether you are somewhat familiar with them, or whether you have replaced the entire contents of your home with oils, it seems that there is always room to learn more.
As a bit of a dabbler with essential oils, I fall somewhere in-between all three camps. Still in the dark about their full potential, somewhat familiar with a few of them, and ready to use them for everything. Recently I started researching them again as I get ready to embark on the 3-Day Walk for Breast Cancer, wondering which ones I should apply before, during and after the day’s events.
No matter where you fall on the grid or what reasons you may have for using essential oils, it seems like there is always more to learn. So here you go, folks. The ultimate guide to essential oils:
A Skeptic’s Guide to Essential Oils
10 Benefits of Essential Oils
Essential Oils & Carrier Oils: A Beginner’s Guide
Essential Oil Safety
How I Use Essential Oils Every Day
Essential Oils Basics: Top 5 Accessories You Need to Get Started
The Top 5 Essential Oils for Healthy Teeth & Gums
Essential Oils for Stress Relief
Make Your Own Allergy Relief Roll-On
Lavendar for a Better Night’ Sleep
Essential Oils for Congestion
Essential Oil Bug Spray
How to Add Essential Oils to Your Workouts
DIY Sunburn Relief Cream
Essential Oils for Your Back
Beat the Holiday Belly Blues
DIY Minor Burn or Skin Ointment using Essential Oils
Essential Oils for Preventing Dizziness
Using Thieves Essential Oil for a Toothache Prevention
Bug Bite Oils
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Do you use essential oils? If so, what uses for them are your favorites?
If you are interested in learning more about essential oils, please consider visiting my Young Living page here or contacting me via email at Jessica@EatSleepBe.com for more information.
Here comes the disclaimer: I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on this website. Please consider the links in this post as a reference, not as medical advice, as they may not have been evaluated by the FDA. All opinions in this post and in the links are solely the opinions of the post’s author.