Peppermint Cream is HERE!
|(Peppermint only available at this time) |
The much sought after, knock down my door, people
tend to hoard it, beg for it, cry over the last tiny bit, etc..
(I am really serious!) A beautiful thick cream perfect for dry
skin or just overall skin care. Infused with the tingle of pure
Peppermint Essential Oil, it is the ultimate pampering gift.
For extra refreshment, slather it on after the bath or shower.
(This cream is ALL natural, absorbs into the skin beautifully
and is the perfect winter skin remedy!)
Monday, December 14, 2009
Saturday, October 3, 2009
Here are things I have done. Sometimes I do not use all that is listed. It depends on the severity and lengths of the illness. The best line of defense is catching it early, being aggressive with the things you are using at the onset, nipping it in the bud, and eliminating the virus/illness from setting up camp in the body. I would suggest intuitively choosing those things that speak to you and using those. All of the things listed, I believe, should be in every home. It really sets you up for being prepared for any sickness that comes our way.
Young coconut juice from the coconut (rich in electrolytes and minerals) http://www.living-foods.com/articles/youngcoconuts.html
Young coconut meat
Herbal tea sweetened with honey or agave nectar-I love peppermint and alfalfa or Cold Care from Traditional Medicinals
Holistic Hot Toddy from Sylvia Harber-
1/2 can OJ concentrate (I prefer trader Joe's)
1 Cup water
1 Tbsp. Honey
Dash of cayenne pepper-less for a small child
Put above ingredients in saucepan. Stir continually until hot not boiling. Drink warm. For adults, it is best to drink as warm as possible. Helps decrease and break up mucus. Also soothes throat and stomach.
*Miracle Menthol Salve-rubbed on chest and down spine (he would beg for this. The light massage and feel/smell of the salve seemed to calm him immensely)- you could also use essential oils such as eucalyptus, spearmint, peppermint, lavender, etc..
*Immunity Essential Wellness Oil-rubbed on feet and inhaled
*Breathe Easy Essential Wellness Oil-carefully placed over the bridge of his nose
*Essential Oils diffused in the room(ex. Lemon, Clove with any citrus oils, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Lavender, Cypress, Ravensara)
* Bliss Essential Wellness Oil or Lavender, Mandarin, Roman Chamomile, Coriander, etc.. for calming a child. It is so hard when they are little and don't understand why they can't breathe through their nose.
**Kid Viral or Infection Fighter tincture- helps decrease infection, virus', etc..
**Chill tincture-soothes mucus membranes, clears throat, etc.
Lobelia tincture- (Dry lobelia herb tinctured in apple cider vinegar) soothes throat, eases coughs, strengthens lungs, bronchials, etc.
**Colloidal Silver Lozenges or Slippery Elm Lozenges
For Fevers-*Cool Down Essential Wellness Oil or peppermint essential oil diluted in a carrier oil-rubbed on the feet works wonders. It helps bring down the temperature naturally for comfort, and still allows the body to burn the fever at it's own pace.
-Avoid astragalus when a fever is present. It tends to not allow the fever to decrease.
Monday, September 14, 2009
Please join me for my next group session:
"I am stronger in Faith than in Fear"
Thursday, September 24, 2009 @2:30pm (PST)
Does your fear limit you? Does it hold you back? Does it at times seem insurmountable? Do you worry about things that you have no control over?
This class will be about replacing fears with good healthy doses of faith. It is humanly impossible to feel both fear and faith simultaneously. I will share with you some tools to help you learn to make feeling faith more of a habit than allowing fear.
What could you do, if you did not fear?
"You block your dream when you allow your fear to grow bigger than your faith."
~Mary Manin Morrissey
For more information on what group sessions are and how they work, and to register and pay, please visit EssentialEnergy.blogspot.com, and look on the right sidebar.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Monday, June 29, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
1/4 C. oatmeal
1/4 C. powdered milk
I like to throw it all in the grinder (I use a magic bullet, it works great), and then process until fine. Then I add about 3-5 drops of my favorite essential oils at the time and mix thoroughly. It is best kept in a small mason jar or other container.