Essential oils have been around since the beginning of time, but they have not come center stage until recent years. The craze has begun. Popular in creating a spa-like atmosphere, essential oils are used for aromatherapy. However, they don’t just smell good, they also boast medicinal affects that many say help heal the body.
Edie Wadsworth, a physician, was once skeptical about these oils and doubted they could make much of a difference. But after experiencing the powerful affects of the oils personally, she went to work full time helping people get well using essential oils (and other healthy habits).
In this episode we talk about why essential oils work, where to start, what oils are the most effective, and how to begin incorporating them into daily life. If you’ve ever wondered what all the fuss is about, or if you just want to have a deeper understanding of essential oil use, this episode is for you!
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“I’ve made a concentrated effort to surround myself with things that God made, fill my body with food He created, move my body the way He made me to move, to honor the rest and sleep that I need.”
Thieves (under tongue right before going into gym or other public places)
Thieves & orange – fall scent
Christmas spirit + orange, cinnamon or black spruce
Basil on wrist
Progessence Plus – for hormones)
Tranquil for sleep – roll on
Sensation – for intimacy
Endoflex – Thyroid Oil (3 drops in capsules)
Frankincence ingested (Vitality oils are safe for ingestion)
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