This has been a particularly nasty cold and flu season already. It seems that everyone I know is either sick or has a sick kiddo. I’m so thankful that we have been nearly illness free and with 3 kids, that used to seem impossible.
I’m so impressed with the effectiveness of essential oils, as well as other natural remedies that we use, and I would love to share what I have learned with you!
So, I’m hosting a casual get together Sunday, January 18th at 7:30pm, here in Nashville. I’ll be explaining what I do to help my family stay well and quickly knock out illness, and I’ll be giving away a 15ml bottle of THIEVES!
If you are in the Nashville area, I would love for you to join us!
Just email firstname.lastname@example.org for details!
ps – working on gathering the best photos from our trip to Portugal to share with you – that place has stolen a piece of my heart!!
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Allergies in Tennessee can be killer! Stuffy nose, cough, watery eyes, and not to mention the constant sneezing. It’s enough to make a girl want to stay inside all day.
I knew there had to be a better solution than over the counter or prescription allergy medications which can have such side effects as: drowsiness, dizziness, constipation, upset stomach, blurry vision, and dry mouth/nose and throat.
When I started using this combination of essential oils my whole world changed.
Lavender- anti-histamine. anti-inflammatory. Lavender can also help to reduce stress caused by an allergy attack.
Lemon- boosts immunity. combats excess mucus.
Peppermint- helps to reduce inflammation, analgesic (pain relief) properties. Has been used for centuries to relieve nasal congestion.
Put 3 drops of each in an empty vegetable capsule (you can buy them through Young Living or at health food stores) and take one capsule in the morning and one at night. If you don’t have any empty capsules, mix the same amount of essential oils with some local honey and take orally or mix with coconut oil and rub it on your chest and back. lemon can cause sun sensitivity, so avoid using topically when spending time outside where the application area is exposed
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