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July 2017
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How to Repel Wasps Using Essential Oils
A Wasp Repelling Essential Oil Blend
I found that a blend of lemongrass, clove and geranium essential oils managed to completely repel worker wasps. You might try with a mix of several drops of each of the oils in a spray bottle filled with water, and a few squirts of dish soap. Coat the areas outside of your house, as before, in places wasps are known to build nests, to keep them away.

Some of Our Favorite Summer Blends, We don't leave home without them!
owie essential oil blend by gaden
                            essence oilsOwie Stick
There are so many new strains of bacteria and virus' this is protection you can count on.
"Owie" Stick This is a favorite healing blend! For camping or any outdoor activity this is an all purpose healing remedy for burns, bites, scrapes, breakouts, rashes and a makeshift deodorant too! Apply topically to area of concern as needed.
bug stick essential oil by garden
                            essence oilBug Stick

Bug Stick Lavender, Tea Tree, and Lemongrass A tried and true recipe for natural insect repellent. Apply to exposed areas before venturing outside. Not a bad idea to roll a bandana with the blend and keep it around your neck, the under side of a ball cap and/or over the part in your hair (exposed scalp).

too much sun essential oil by garden
                            essence oilsTo much Sun Stick
We all know the healing power of Lavender essential oil, blended with the soothing properties of Chamomile essential oil, this is one blend I carry with me in this convenient roll on it has come in handy more than once for me.
Too Much Sun Care Stick It helps relieve the PAIN of sunburn, and it's a superior healer of skin tissue. Lavender, Chamomile Essential Oils Blend
sore muscle essential oil by garden
                              essenceoilsSore Muscle & Headache Stick

Sore Muscle & Headache Stick - Peppermint and Lavender This is a great remedy, common essential oils that address sore muscles and headache pain! Apply to area of concern after a strenuous hike. For headache, apply topically just behind temples, forehead and back of neck and shoulders as needed.
stomach ache stick by garden essence
                              oilsStomach ache Stick

Stomach Ache Stick - Digestion Blend and Peppermint. Summer stomach issues can come from food, splash parks, the ocean or even a drinking fountain. Apply topically to abdomen as needed.

Skin and It's Exposure to the Summer Elements
Excellent Ways to combat the Heat and Drying Effects of the Elements on Your Skin

Your skin needs extra help staying hydrated during the summer months. Exposure to hot outdoor weather followed by cold and dry indoor air can easily pull moisture from your skin.

With a simple routine and a few easy tips, you can keep your skin looking and feeling its best from your face to your feet. Here are a few Recipes to help hydrate Summer Skin while cooling you down.
Green tea is chock full of antioxidants so you might as well put it to work repairing dry, sun-damaged skin when you need something cool on a hot summer day.

To make your own spray you will need:

Aloe vera
Green tea, strongly brewed
Peppermint essential oil
Little spray bottle
To brew my tea I put a tea bag into a heat proof  container along with a few fingers of water placed in a pan of water to brew for a minute or two and allowing to steep for 15-20 before actually using. This produces a crazy strong tea that I have found is great for my skin.

Put a bit of aloe vera into your bottle. Use as much or as little as you please.

Pour your tea until the bottle is 3/4 to mostly full. Add between 1-2 drops of your peppermint essential oil.  Start of with just a few drops and shake your bottle until everything is well incorporated. Give yourself a test spray and wait at least five minutes. Did it cool well enough? Then leave it alone! If it didn’t add a drop or 2 more of peppermint essential oil, until you’re happy with the cooling efficiency. Just add one drop at a time.

Lovely options;
  • Dry or aging skin: Add 4 to 6 drops of argan, jojoba, or Coconut Emulsifier  to your facial mist to treat aging skin—just be sure to shake before use.
  • Sensitive or dry skin: Add equal parts rosewater to the green tea mist to treat sensitive or dry skin.
  • Oily or acne-prone skin: Add one teaspoon of witch hazel to your green tea mist for oily or acne-prone skin.

Normal to Sensitive Skin

 Try this homemade combination if you have normal to sensitive skin. The vegetable glycerin is an “easy on the skin” emollient and the chamomile is gentle and calming. Keep this face mist for sensitive skin on hand for a quick pick me up. Also a great hair and room refresher!

Face Mist For Sensitive Skin Ingredients

1 Chamomile tea bag

3 drops of  orange essential oil  

2 drops of vegetable glycerin 


spritz bottle
Homemade Face Mist For Sensitive Skin Instructions:
Boil water and steep tea bag of Chamomile tea in water for 10 minutes
Fill half of a small spray bottle with tea and let it cool
Add water to fill the bottle
Drop in essential oil and glycerin
Shake and spray!
Keep fresh and cool by storing in refrigerator

Tea tree oil kills bacteria before it has a chance to cause a blemish, sea salt helps treat existing blemishes while its minerals nourish the skin, peppermint cools the skin after a heated workout, and lemongrass lifts the mood as lavender calms the mind.
2 teaspoons himilayian salt
1 cup peppermint tea
30 drops tea tree essential oil
2-3 lavender essential oil
2-3  drops lemongrass essential oil
To make, first brew a cup of peppermint tea. While it’s still hot, add in your sea salt and mix well to dissolve. Then, mix in your tea tree oil and other essential oils, and allow to cool. Funnel your mixture into an atomizer bottle (glass is best), and you’re good to go!

A couple of tips!

– If your skin is sensitive, you might want to start out using a little less tea tree oil and sea salt, and maybe just 1 or 2 drops of the essential oils in total. These oils can be irritating to some, so it’s best to start with a diluted version.

– Not all sea salt is created equal. Oftentimes, sea salt that appears bright white in color has been processed, which means it’s not as pure and natural as it may seem. I love pink Himalayan sea salt

– This spray can be used on your body as well. If you’re prone to breakouts on your back after exercise, this might help!

– Feel free to experiment with different types of herbal tea and various essential oils, too. Just make sure you don’t use any that are too harsh on your skin.  Make this your own blend of what works for you!

Hibiscus is known for its ability to cleanse, tone and balance the skins delicate pH. Hibiscus is rich in alpha hydroxy acids that naturally exfoliate and amino acids that provide a tightening effect to the skin without stripping the natural (sebum) oils. The tea also has a high vitamin C content, which helps fight the signs of aging.

Witch Hazel

Now I’m a big fan of witch hazel, which is naturally naturally anti-inflammatory and astringent so it can tighten pores without over drying. The witch hazel you can buy in the grocery store often contains alcohol so search out one (like Thayer’s) that is 100% witch hazel.

 Vitamin C Powder

Vitamin C is a bit of a skin wonder ingredient for aging. It fights free radical damage and combats the effects of aging as well as helping skin balance is pH levels. I started with a small amount of vitamin C powder for two reasons: it breaks down quickly, losing its effectiveness, and it can also cause irritation.  

  • 6 ounces water
  • 3 bags hibiscus tea
  • 1 ounce witch hazel
  • ½ teaspoon vitamin C powder -no more than 1.5 teaspoons per batch of toner so start small and work your way up.
  1. Bring six ounces of water to boil, turn off heat, and add three organic hibiscus teabags.
  2. Steep covered for 20 minutes.
  3. Remove teabags and add one ounce of alcohol-free witch hazel and ½ teaspoon of vitamin C powder.
  4. Transfer to a small spray bottle. Keep in a cool, dry spot and use within 2 weeks. Refrigerate for longer shelf life.
  5. Apply a bit to the neck to make sure you don’t have any sensitivity, then use morning and night after washing your face.

Seasonal Allergies
People all over the world suffer from allergies. At times, it seems there can be no relief. Common symptoms include sneezing; runny or bleeding nose; dry, itchy, or watery eyes; hives; vomiting; nausea; or headaches. There are some that struggle from more severe allergies which lead to inflammation causing a shortness of breath or the inability to breath, impaired vision, feeling light- headed and/ or passing out, seizures, or worse.
Peppermint essential oil is an expectorant which can provide immediate relief for those struggling with congestion by aiding in clearing phlegm. For those struggling with allergies, asthma, or bronchitis, this oil will minimize inflammation while promoting the feeling of easy breathing through open airways.
   is a natural antihistamine and anti-inflammatory. This oil is a prime option for treating yourself while in the middle of an allergic reaction. Use topically to soothe and calm skin irritations such as insect bites or hives. (Note – For those who often struggle with skin reactions, store fabric sheets, soaked in lavender essential oil water, in airtight containers for on-the-go relief.) Diffuse lavender to reduce inflammation in bronchial tubes.
Caraway essential oil - Histamine is the major reason behind disruptive and exhausting coughs. Caraway oil can be miraculously helpful by neutralizing the effects of histamine and cures these potentially dangerous coughs and other ailments associated with histamines and allergies.
 There is some evidence that when used in combination with other essential oils that Ravintnsara essential oil may help reduce the symptoms of allergic rhinitis including congestion and drainage of the nasal passage
Frankincense Essential Oil For thousands of years, people have turned to frankincense for relief. Though many use frankincense for religious purposes and when meditating, it is also helpful in relieving chronic stress and anxiety, reducing inflammation, boosting immunity, and managing pain. This oil can be applied topically, ingested, or inhaled.  Many people will mix it with a carrier oil, though it is not necessary.
Eucalyptus essential oil can be mixed it with peppermint essential oil and coconut oil for a homemade vapor rub. Eucalyptus can naturally clear mucus.
Clove essential oil is similar in many ways to eucalyptus. Clove buds is known for its antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, and stimulant properties. Chinese culture has been using clove for more than 2,000 years. Today, it is used for dental care, skin afflictions, acne, candida, skin repellant, massage lotions, digestive agent, seasonings and more. When treating your allergy symptoms though, you might be interested in knowing that cloves have nearly 30 times more antioxidants than blueberries. This will help to protect your body from harmful bacteria and viruses.
Lemon is one of the most popular essential oils due to is versatility. Lemon is most notable for its ability to cleanse toxins from any part of the body. There are numerous benefits including purification, nausea relief, improves digestion, promotes weight loss, cough relief, and more.

Lemongrass essential oil  can be used as a muscle and tendon relaxer. Allergic reactions can cause cramping or muscle tension. Apply your diluted mixture of lemongrass for instant relief. For allergy-related headaches or sinus headaches, rub lemongrass on your temples. This is especially helpful if you have a sensitivity to peppermint oil. It is also used to treat heartburn and indigestion by rubbing a drop or two on the chest or abdomen. Insects do not like lemongrass! Spray on your clothing to prevent ticks, mosquitoes, and other biting bugs.  Here is a simple pain relief formula you can make at home.

Lemongrass Allergy Relief Formula



  1. Add the lemongrass essential oil and the clove essential oil to the roller ball
  2. Fill with almond oil
  3. Shake well before use
  4. Roll on areas that hurt

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Fennel Essential Oil

Fennel essential oil provides phenomenal digestive support and can help you to find balance in your diet .

Fennel is an antiseptic, can help reduce and possibly eliminate gut spasms, helps prevent gas and bloating, has purifying and detoxifying effects, is an expectorant, can help increase the flow of breast milk, and is a natural laxative.

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ravintsara essential oil  Ravintsara Essential Oil
 This antiviral essential oil is a great home remedy for treating shingles and cold sores. If you have achy muscles due to illness or exercise, Ravensara essential oil will soothe any muscle pain. If you have achy muscles due to illness or exercise, Ravensara essential oil will soothe any muscle pain.

There is some evidence that when used in combination with other essential oils that Ravensara oil may help reduce the symptoms of allergic rhinitis including congestion and drainage of the nasal passage

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   blue essential oil blend by
                                      garden essence  Blue Essential Oil Blend
Soothing Blend Formulated to soothe and cool, Blue serves as an enriching blend of oils perfect for a massage after a long day or an intense workout.
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 helichrysum essential oil  Helichrysum Essential Oil
Studies have revealed that the mere smelling of natural aromatic oils, such as Helichrysum essential oil, can help you to sleep better, focus better, improve your mood. All of these effects can have a positive effect on the athlete suffering from sports-related injuries. In fact it’s a great anti depressant. The unique chemical composition of essential oils from individual plants provides the oil its healing features. For instance, Helichrysum essential oil is distilled from the Helichrysum Italicum flowers. The oil includes a very effective blend of compounds that are anti-inflammatory, anti-free-radical anti-oxidant, tissue regenerative, and anti-haematomata a renowned active against blood clots.
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    caraway essential oil Caraway Essential Oil
Caraway essential oil has enormous anti-oxidant properties that strengthen the connective tissues and is effective on aging symptoms.
Caraway oil can be very helpful by neutralizing the effects of histamine and can help these potentially dangerous coughs and other ailments associated with histamines and allergies.
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    here and now essential oil by garden
                              essence oils Here & Now Essential Oil Blend

A fantastic blend of oils that brings you completely in the moment. This is a perfect blend for those who are always consumed by thoughts of the past or the future.
Our life is created in the moment. And it is so important to project positive and loving thoughts into the future that we create each moment.
I love everything about this oil! I love the smell, I love to use it when I am stressed, it helps me.

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