We live in a fast paced and stressful world in which it can be a real challenge to maintain a happy and stress free life. Too many demands on our physical, mental and emotional selves can drain our energy. Essential oils can be a big help during those busy, stress filled times of year. Here are 3 essential oil blends from Young Living that you should have on hand during stressful seasons.

Young Living White Angelica Essential Oil

White Angelica is an excellent blend to support your energy field from all of the bombardment of chaotic energy. This oil helps protect you from negative energy. It is calming and soothing and brings a feeling of protection and security. White Angelica is a good one for times when you are going to be around a lot of people who may have negative energy. It is a good one for health practitioners, therapists, social workers, coaches, etc. Also good to use before family gatherings. 😉

How to use: For topical or aromatic use. Diffuse or wear in your diffuser jewelry, rub on top of shoulders, along spine, on crown of head, wrists, behind ears and on the back of the neck. Put a few drops in our palm, rub in a circular clock-wise motion 3 times to build the energy, then do a “sweep” from head to toe, front and back, then down the sides. This creates a protective shield around the body. This can be useful for everyone at any time, but is especially valuable for practitioners who work with those who are ill or carry negative energy.

Joy essential oil is a blend of Young Living’s most inviting oils, formulated to invite a sense of romance, bliss, and warmth. It is very mood uplifting. Joy oil has Ylang Ylang, Geranium, Jasmine, Palmarosa, and Rose essential oil, giving it a fresh, floral aroma with notes of citrus from the essential oils of Bergamot, Lemon, and Tangerine. Joy essential oil blend is a good one for diffusing or applying topically.

Joy Oil Uses
Apply Joy essential oil blend to your wrists and back of neck before going out the door for a fresh floral fragrance.
Place 2–3 drops on a damp cloth and throw it in the dryer to help freshen your laundry.
Put a few drops in a warm bath for a spa-like experience and to enjoy its relaxing aroma.
Diffuse it to bring an environment of joy throughout your home that is perfect for family gatherings and celebrations.

Joy essential oil blend is balancing, calming, mood uplifting, eases nerves and promotes a feeling of peace. A good one for stressful busy times.

Gathering features a blend of aromas that invites you to overcome the chaotic energy of everyday life and keeps you on the path to higher achievement. Contains essential oils of lavender, frankincense and Northern Lights Black Spruce, oils that help promote a calm atmosphere.

Years ago, at a Young Living training, Gary Young talked about Gathering essential oil blend. He said that Gathering was specifically formulated for focusing. Gary told us to apply Gathering on your left temple by rubbing it in a clockwise motion three times and then move across your forehead to your right temple and rub clockwise at the right temple to connect the left and right brain.

If you are strong on the left brain (being mathematical, logical), then you rub it on the left temple clockwise three times and then come across to the right side of the temple and rub it three times. What this does energy-wise is to help integrate the left brain with the right brain. If you are in your right brain and you are feeling so creative that you can’t balance your checkbook, then put it on the right temple and go three times and then bring it across to the left side because you are bringing the energy of the right brain and integrating it with the left brain and creating that balance..and then go three times on the left temple. You can repeat that as many times as you desire.

If the left brain is too active, you put 3 drops on the left temple, turn it 3 times, then drag that finger across the forehead to the other side, turn again 3 times on the right temple.

The “Great Day Protocol” that Gary Young gave at a Young Living training many years ago is another favorite. It includes two of the oils in this month’s PV Promo.

Great Day Protocol
Valor – rubbed on the bottoms of the feet, or a drop put on one wrist, and I hold the other wrist to it. (This is what I usually do because it’s more convenient.)
Harmony – a single drop, rubbed over the solar plexus area (above the belly button).
Joy – a single drop rubbed over the heart.
White Angelica – a single drop in one hand, rub the hands together, and brush over the head (lightly touching the hair, over the face, onto the shoulders, the chest, brushing all the way down the body, lightly touching the body, right over the clothes, as though applying an “angelic shield.”

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The Story of Thieves Oil

Young Living’s Thieves essential oil blend was created based on the historical tale of four thieves in Europe who protected themselves with cloves, rosemary, and other aromatics while robbing the dead and dying. When captured, they were offered a lighter sentence in exchange for their secret recipe.


Young Living’s proprietary Thieves oil blend includes clove, cinnamon bark, rosemary, lemon, and Eucalyptus radiata and has been specially blended to offer the same kind of defense as it did in the fifteenth century. Thieves has been university tested and found to be highly effective in supporting a healthy immune system. Clove oil, an ingredient in Thieves, has an ORAC score of over 10,000,000. Clove oil is the highest rated antioxidant in the world.

Thieves essential oil blend is highly concentrated, a drop or two works wonders.


A Few Ways to Use Thieves Oil


1. Put a drop of Thieves on your hands and rub together to clean your hands after touching doorknobs or shopping cart handles or other surfaces in public places.

2. Put a drop on your hands, rub them together, then cup your hands loosely over your nose and mouth while inhaling.

3. Rub 1 drop onto the bottoms of your feet before heading out for the day.

4. Purify the air by diffusing Thieves in your home and office. Diffuse only 10 minutes a.m. and p.m.

5. Put 4-5 drops on a wash cloth to and tumble with the laundry in the dryer freshen laundry.

6. Drop on stubborn adhesives, such as glue and chewing gum, to remove from surfaces.

7. Drop 4-5 drops on a tissue and attach to an air vent to freshen a hotel room.

8. Add a drop or two of Thieves to mop water to add extra cleaning power and a fresh scent.

9. Make a deep-cleaning scrub by combining baking soda, Thieves Household Cleaner, and 2 drops of Thieves to form a thick paste.

10. Add a few drops of Thieves to your DIY deodorant recipe for an aromatic boost.

11. Make a deodorizing room and linen spray by combining 4 drops of Thieves with water in a spray bottle and spraying around the house.

Thieves Vitality


Try these simple suggestions to incorporate Thieves in the body for extra support.

12. Add 2-3 drops of Thieves into an empty vegetarian gel capsule and take internally.

14. Add 1-2 drops into a spoonful of Young Living’s Blue Agave for a little support for your healthy immune system.

15. Add 1-2 drops of Thieves Vitality to your herbal tea for a little support for your healthy immune system.

16. Add a drop to your toothbrush before brushing for an even fresher experience!


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Tea Tree oil, also known as Melaleuca alternifolia or Melaleuca oil, is one of the most widely used and extensively researched essential oils.


Tea Tree essential oil has been used for its beauty benefits. It can help maintain healthy-looking hair and scalp and reduce the appearance of blemishes. Beyond its beauty benefits, Tea Tree oil also possesses powerful cleansing properties, making it a popular addition to homemade household cleaners, air fresheners, and linen sprays.


Tea Tree is one of those must have oils that no home should be without.




Tea Tree benefits:
Helps maintain healthy-looking hair and scalp
Reduces the appearance of blemishes
Is skin cleansing and can help maintain healthy-looking skin
Helps eliminate musky odors
Helps maintain the appearance of healthy skin and toenails.
May work as a naturally derived deodorant
Has relaxing and calming properties
May support a worry-free outlook
Cleanses and soothes minor skin irritations
Can be soothing to the skin after a day in the sun
Enhances the appearance of a youthful complexion
Supports aging skin



How to use Tea Tree essential oil:
Add a few drops to water or witch hazel in a small spray bottle to refresh linens and towels.
Add a few drops to fingertips for an invigorating scalp massage.
Diffuse to eliminate stale or unpleasant odors in the home.
Diffuse to relax as part of your bedtime routine
Add to coconut or carrier oils for a refreshing foot rub.
Combine with citrus scents for a natural deodorant.
Use Tea Tree’s cleansing properties for homemade soaps and moisturizers.
Apply to skin as part of your nighttime routine.
Comb through hair for added shine and freshness.
Apply to feet and toenails when needed.
Apply to skin to reduce the appearance of blemishes.
Add to your favorite lotion or hair care products.



Too Much Sun Spray
25 drops Lavender oil
10 drops Tea Tree oil
Aloe Vera Jell 1 tablespoon

Add to spray bottle filled with 4 oz purified Water.
Shake well before use. Spray over body as needed after a day in the sun.
KEEP REFRIGERATED!
Feels great chilly!



Essential Oil Deodorant
3 TBS coconut oil
1 TBS beeswax pellets
1/4 cup cornstarch
1/4 cup baking soda
1 vitamin E capsule
5 drops Tea Tree oil
5 drops Lavender oil
1 empty 2.65 oz deodorant container

Combine coconut and beeswax pellets in a heat proof glass bowl or glass measuring cup. Place bowl or measuring cup in a saucepan filled with
an inch of water. Heat mixture over medium heat, stirring occasionally until completely melted. Stir in corn starch, baking soda and one vitamin E capsule. Remove from heat and add essential oils. Quickly pour mixture into an empty deodorant container.
Wait for mixture to harden and cool completely before using.
Arrow root powder is a great substitute for cornstarch!



Boo Boo Spray
5 drops Lavender oil
3 drops Tea Tree oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)
2 drops Cypress oil
2 oz (or 1/4 cup) witch hazel
8 oz (or 1 cup) distilled water

Add the oils and witch hazel to 8 ounces of distilled water and shake vigorously. Put in a spray bottle.
Spray on minor boo boos to cleanse and soothe before applying bandage. Repeat 2-3 times daily for 3 days.



Mixed with water or vinegar, essential oils can help clean many surfaces in your home and leave the area smelling wonderful! Tea Tree, Lemon,
Grapefruit, Eucalyptus radiata, Peppermint, Lavender and Rosemary essential oils are especially effective!



To naturally clean the toilet, add 1/2 cup of vinegar to the bowl followed with 1/2 cup of baking soda. This will cause a fizzing reaction. Add 5-10 drops of Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil. Let sit for 5 minutes, then scrub.


Eucalyptus oil comes from trees, usually from Australia but Young Living also growing Eucalyptus in Ecuador. Young Living carries three types of Eucalyptus oil: Eucalyptus Blue, Eucalyptus globulus and Eucalyptus radiata.

The scent of Eucalyptus is familiar to anyone that has consumed cough drops. Most Eucalyptus species support healthy respiratory system. You can inhale the eucalyptus oil and apply it to the chest. You will likely want to dilute with a carrier oil. Sometimes I layer the oils, putting a couple drops of the oil on location, then layer the carrier oil over it as a dilution method. This is useful when using oils that “heat up” a bit in sensitive skin areas on the body.

You can also put some boiling water in a bowl, then add a couple drops Eucalyptus oil to the water. Put a towel over your head to create a tent, then lower your head over the water and inhale the vapors.

Following is a little information on Young Living Eucalyptus oils and what they can do.

Young Living Eucalyptus Blue

Young Living Eucalyptus Blue


Eucalyptus Blue: This oil has a fresh, invigorating aroma that supports normal breathing and soothes tense muscles when applied topically. This essential oil is grown and harvested at the Young Living Farm in Ecuador and is an important ingredient in the Breathe Again Roll On.

Some of the Eucalyptus Blue features include:

High levels of the powerful constituent eucalyptol 56.2% (also known as 1.8-cineol) and eugenol.
High in limonene 6% – normally no limonene in eucalyptus

Eucalyptus Blue is a key ingredient in the new Breathe Again Roll-On

Supports respiratory function when diffused.

Eucalyptus Blue also helps soothe muscle tension when applied topically, and relaxes the body after exercise.

How to use: Topical: Dilute one drop with one drop of V-6 or olive oil. Then apply to desired area as needed. Aromatic: Diffuse up to 30 minutes three times daily.

Rosemary and eucalyptus oils can be used in a saline solution for a very effective nasal irrigation.
10 drops rosemary
6 drops Eucalyptus Blue
8 tbs very fine salt.
The essential oils are mixed thoroughly in the fine salt and kept in a container. For each nasal irrigation session, use
1 teaspoon of this salt mixture dissolved into 1 1/2 cups distilled water. This oils/salt/water solution is then placed in the tank of an oral irrigator to irrigate the nasal cavities, which is done while bending over a sink.

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 Young Living Eucalyptus radiata

Young Living Eucalyptus radiata


Eucalyptus radiata: Is cooling, refreshing, and energizing. Lighter in smell than Eucalyptus globulus, it has many of the same supportive properties. Because it is relatively gentle and nonirritating, it is the preferred choice for children. This variety is one of the most versatile of the eucalyptus oils and is suitable for topical use, diffusing,
and even direct inhalation. It has long been an ingredient in some of Young Living’s most popular blends.

A few examples:
R.C.
Raven
Breathe Again Roll On
Thieves

These oils should be in your arsenal for supporting your healthy immune system.

A drop or two of oil can also be sprinkled on a handkerchief or tissue and inhaled directly as needed.

DIY Eucalyptus Essential Oil Infused Tissues
Remove tissues from their box. Pour 2-3 drops of Eucalyptus radiata onto a cotton ball, and seal the cotton ball with your tissues in an airtight container for 24 hours. Remove tissues from airtight container and replace tissues in box.
Repeat as needed to refresh scent.

Buy Eucalyptus radiata essential oil 15ml. Product # 3538

Young Living Eucalyptus globulus

Young Living Eucalyptus globulus


Eucalyptus globulus: Eucalyptol (1.8 cineol) occurs in high concentrations in Eucalyptus globulus and other eucalyptus species. It is responsible for the oil’s respiratory supporting effects.

How to use: Eucalyptus globulus is best applied topically or on the reflex points of the feet.


Buy Eucalyptus globulus Essential Oil 15ml Product # 3539

Breathe Again Roll-On is a blend of four different types of eucalyptus essential oils (Eucalyptus Staigeriana, Eucalyptus Globulus, Eucalyptus Radiata, and Eucalyptus Blue) as well as Peppermint, Copaiba, Myrtle, Blue Cypress, Bay Laurel, Rose hip seed oil, and fractionated coconut oil.
The Fractionated virgin coconut oil in Breathe Again allows the blend to be gently applied to areas of the body. This roll-on is already diluted, making it perfect for on the go!

Breathe Again is high in the naturally occurring chemical constituents eucalyptol and menthol, beta-caryophyllene, and alpha pinene. Breathe Again Roll-On has a refreshing and rejuvenating aroma and is the perfect companion during the winter months! I love to apply it right on my chest, neck and back right before a steamy shower. I also sometimes even roll a little bit right under my nose when I need a little jump-start in the morning.
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The secret to long, healthy life may be to eat lots of fresh berries. The reason why? The aging process is now largely understood to be the action of free oxygen radicals that arise in our bodies through normal metabolism and cell function as well as from external environmental sources.

Most free radicals contain electrically unbalanced oxygen atoms. Free radicals can be thought of as partial molecules frantically looking for their missing parts. This makes them hungry and aggressive, ready to grab a chunk from whatever tissue is available (namely a piece of our bodies). Hence, they can cause problems by disrupting normal function at a cellular level. As long as our bodies can keep these radicals in check by dissipating them harmlessly, we stay youthful and healthy.

When we suffer an immune deficiency or experience excess stress from environmental factors such as ambient radiation, impurities in our air or water and foods, etc., free radicals can be formed in our bodies at a rate faster than we can handle. These radicals aggressively attack our own tissues causing unhealthy mutations and irreversible damage. The consequences of this include accelerated aging, and a host of other problems.

There are foods and substances that absorb free radicals (containing antioxidants) and the more you partake of these, the more youthful and healthy you will remain.

* Scientists at Tufts University have developed a scale for the U.S. Department of Agriculture called the ORAC test.

* (ORAC-Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity) The higher the ORAC, the higher the ORAC score, the more capable that particular food is of destroying free radicals, thus retarding the ageing process.

The top natural antioxidant foods as determined by Tufts University so far are as follows:
wolfberries-antioxidant
FOOD ORAC SCORE

Carrots 210
Oranges 750
Beets 840
Raspberries 1,220
Strawberries 1,540
Blueberries 2,400,
NingXia Wolfberries 30,300

COMPARE: Clove Essential Oil 1,078,700 per 100 grams.
Clove is the champion of with over 1 million!! That means a drop of Clove contains more than 300 times more antioxidant per unit volume than wolfberries, the most powerful of all known fruits.

ESSENTIAL OILS HAVE THE HIGHEST ORAC SCORES.

Essential oils have the highest ORAC scores of any known substance. According to the Essential Oils Desk Reference, 4th Edition, they are as follows:

Essential Oil – ORAC Scores

    Clove ….. 1,078,700
    Longevity (Blend) ….. 151,100
    Myrrh ….. 379,800
    Citronella ….. 312,000
    Coriander ….. 298,300
    Fennel ….. 238,400
    Clary Sage ….. 221,000
    German Chamomile ….. 218,600
    Cedarwood ….. 169,000essential-oil-antioxidants
    Rose ….. 160,400
    nutmeg ….. 158,100
    Marjoram ….. 139,905
    Melissa ….. 134,300
    Ylang Ylang ….. 130,000
    Palmarosa ….. 127,755
    Rosewood ….. 113,200
    Manuka ….. 106,200
    Wintergreen ….. 101,800
    Geranium ….. 101,000
    Ginger ….. 99,300
    Bay laurel ….. 98,900
    Eucalyptus citriodora ….. 83,000
    Cumin ….. 82,400
    Black Pepper ….. 79,700
    Vetiver ….. 74,300
    Petitgrain ….. 73,600
    Blue Cypress ….. 73,100
    Citrus hystrix ….. 69,200
    Douglas Fir ….. 69,000
    Blue Tansy ….. 68,800
    Goldenrod ….. 61,900
    Melaleuca ericifolia ….. 61,100
    Blue Yarrow ….. 55,900
    Spikenard ….. 54,800
    Basil ….. 54,000
    Patchouli ….. 49,400
    White fir ….. 47,900
    Tarragon ….. 37,900

    Cajeput ….. 37,600
    Peppermint ….. 37,300
    Cardamom ….. 36,500
    Dill ….. 35,600
    Celery seed ….. 30,300
    Fleabane (Canadian) ….. 26,700
    Mandarin ….. 26,500
    lime ….. 26,200
    Galbanum ….. 26,200
    Myrtle ….. 25,400
    Cypress ….. 24,300
    Grapefruit ….. 22,600
    Hyssop ….. 20,900
    Balsam Fir ….. 20,500
    Niaouli ….. 18,600
    Thyme ….. 15,960
    Oregano ….. 15,300
    Cassia ….. 15,170
    Sage ….. 14,800
    Mountain Savory ….. 11,300
    Cinnamon Bark ….. 10,340
    Tsuga ….. 7,100
    Valerian ….. 6,200
    Cistus ….. 3,860
    Eucalyptus globulus ….. 2,410
    Orange ….. 1,890
    lemongrass ….. 1,780
    Helichrysum ….. 1,740
    Ravensara ….. 890
    lemon ….. 660
    Frankincense ….. 630
    Spearmint ….. 540
    lavender ….. 360
    Rosemary ….. 330
    Juniper ….. 250
    Roman Chamomile ….. 240
    Sandalwood ….. 160

Compare these numbers with the berries and you can tell how potent essential oils really are. The last six oils on this chart are even more powerful than wolfberries.

Clove is the champion of all with an ORAC score over 10 million!! That means a drop of Clove contains 400 times more antioxidant per unit volume than wolfberries, the most powerful of all known fruits.
Of course, the comparison isn’t quite fair since oils are concentrates while fresh fruits are not, nevertheless, a 15 ml bottle of Clove Oil has the antioxidant capacity of 150 lbs of carrots, 40 quarts of blueberries or 16 gallons of beet juice.

TWO DROPS OF ESSENTIAL OIL OF CLOVE
Have the Antioxidant Power of . . .
2.5 tablespoons of NingXia Red Juice, 5 pounds of carrots, 2.5 quarts of carrot juice, 10 oranges, 20 ounces or orange juice, 2.5 pounds of beets, 1 pint of beet juice, 4 cups of raspberries, 2.5 cups of blueberries.

This means a drop of clove in your drinking water or a drop of any edible essential oil in anything you eat, is good support for a healthy immune system and you don’t have to eat a dozen oranges or drink a quart of beet juice every day to do it. A couple of spoonfuls of NingXia Red will do it, too.

The bottom is this: The benefits of breathing, applying and taking essentials oils internally while consuming NingXia Red and other supplements are far greater than you can imagine.
NingXia Red is a super-antioxidant berry juice containing juices from berries and essential oils rich in the powerful antioxidant d-limonene.

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