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October 2016
Side-effects of these natural remedies may include relaxation, improved quality of life, frequent smiling, laughing, increased vitality, and a pleasant aroma.

Essential Oils are naturally antiviral, anti-fungal, and antibacterial,
they naturally energize, deodorize, clean and refresh.

To enjoy, I mean really enjoy and get the most from your life, You need to have good health and a strong belief in yourself.

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Pain Relief -Using Essential Oils
There are many essential oils for pain relief, and people who use them seem to heal more quickly than others. Some essential oils have analgesic properties, which means that they have shown to relieve or reduce pain, as well as anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic properties.

Chamomile – is well known for its effective anti-inflammatory properties. Helps to relieve muscle pain and spasms, low back pain, headaches and pain caused by PMS.

Sweet marjoram – has sedative properties. Helps to relieve muscle pain and spasms, stiffness, rheumatism, osteoarthritis and migraine.

Lavender – this is probably the most famous essential oil for pain relief and relaxation. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and sedative properties and it helps to relieve muscle tension and spasms, joint pain and headache. Lavender is also one of my top 5 essential oils for allergy relief.

Eucalyptus – has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Good for muscle pain and nerve pain.

 Peppermint – good for muscle and joint pain, headache and nerve pain.

Rosemary – has analgesic and antispasmodic properties. Good for relieving back pain, muscle and joint pain and headaches.

Thyme – antispasmodic, good for joint and muscle pain as well as backache.

Clary sage – has calming and soothing properties, as well as anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties. Helps to ease muscle tension, spasms and PMS pain.

Sandalwood – relieves muscle spasms. One of sandalwood’s most important uses is to sedate the nervous system, so it helps to reduce nerve pain.

Juniper – has antispasmodic properties. Relieves nerve pain, joint and muscle aches and spasms. The juniper berry has anti-inflammatory properties and it’s of great help to those suffering from arthritis, gout and other diseases such as rheumatism and pain in the joints and muscles. These joint related ailments occur because of the fluid retention around these joints, and the juniper berry with its diuretic action relieves this pressure considerably. Juniper also helps in reviving the muscle tone and significantly reducing the effects of aging for most people. Juniper can cause a miscarriage in pregnant women.

Ginger – can ease back pain and improves mobility. Can be used to treat arthritic and rheumatic pain, muscle pain and sprains.

Frankincense – has anti-inflammatory properties and also acts as a mild sedative. It’s also used to alleviate stress and relieve pain.

Yarrow – a powerful restorative and analgesic pain reliever with powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Good for muscle and joint aches and pains.

Wintergreen – this is not a well known essential oil, but it’s very effective to treat painful conditions including headache, nerve pain, arthritis and menstrual cramps. This oil has pain-relieving properties similar to aspirin (salicylate is the principal component of aspirin).

Vetiver –  It brings relief to general aches and pains, especially for rheumatism, arthritis and muscular pain and headache. Vetiver essential oil has a lot of health benefits: it can be used as an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, aphrodisiac, sedative, and skin healer substance or tonic.Vetiver oil is a natural stress reliever that may promote sleep by helping with restlessness. It contains well known sedative properties that may help settle down nervousness, emotional outbreaks and anxiety.

Helichrysum – this essential oil is quite expensive and valued for its pain relive properties. It has anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and analgesic properties. It helps to relieve arthritis pain and supports the nervous system. Pain relief reported by most users happens nearly instantly – certainly within minutes of application.

Cold and Flu Care
Using Essential Oils
You know the feeling. It may start with a scratchy throat or with a few more aches and pains than normal. Or it could begin with a runny nose and a feeling of exhaustion. Yes, it’s a cold coming on — or maybe worse — the flu.

The flu is caused by the influenza virus that can attack the upper respiratory tract. These viruses are spread through the air from person to person.
People with a depressed immune system or nutrient deficiencies may be more prone to catching the flu or a cold. Stress, lack of sleep, and exposure to toxins can worsen flu symptoms.

Here is our list of essential oils and essential oil blends that will help you stay healthy this cold and flu season.

Rubbing peppermint and frankincense essential oil to the neck and bottoms of the feet can naturally support the immune system. Also,clove oil can protect the body against infection and can speed recovery from the flu.

Tea Tree oil has antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic and antiviral properties. Used in an inhaler or in a bath, tea tree oil helps you fight the congestion and the resulting discomfort caused by the cold or the flu.

Pine essential oil,  helps to clear the nasal passages. It also can be helpful in relieving sore throat pain.

X Plague is a blend of clove, lemon, cinnamon bark, eucalyptus and rosemary that was created by 15th century thieves during the plague. The oil blend is antiviral, antiseptic and antibacterial. It works well in a diffuser to help purify the air in your home or as a throat spray to soothe a sore throat.

Healthy Spice The oils in this blend help with restoring health and well being. As an antispasmodic it can be applied topically to relieve muscle spasms or in a tea to ease coughing. It is said a paste of milk, salt crystals, and Healthy Spice, can be a great headache remedy. Good for chest and respiratory problems including coughs, bronchitis, and chest congestion. An antiseptic and disinfectant that prevents the occurrence of putrefaction

Lavender essential oil  has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, and it is gentle enough for use with children.

Peppermint essential oil  has antiseptic and anti-viral properties and can be useful as an expectorant. Use peppermint oil in a steam inhaler. Very useful to help bring down a fever.

Thyme essential oil  is antiseptic and anti-bacterial. Many aromatherapists recommend you use it in a blend with tea tree, lemon and eucalyptus oils in the bath or in an inhaler to help fight congestion.

Lemon essential oil  with its high vitamin content, helps boost the body’s immune system and stimulates the production of white blood cells, thereby increasing your ability to fight off illness. Lemon oil also improves circulation throughout the body.

As an antiviral and a decongestant, eucalyptus essential oil  helps treat colds and congestion. Many aromatherapists  recommend using eucalyptus oil and peppermint, in a steam inhaler to help open blocked nasal passages, to soothe inflammation and to fight bacteria.

Rosemary works as an antiseptic and an antimicrobial agent. Try using a blend of rosemary, lemon and eucalyptus oils to massage the nose, cheekbones and temples in order to relieve congestion and discomfort.

A great way to get the benefits of essential oils

A great way to get the benefits of essential oils is by breathing them so that they enter your body through the nose and lungs. You can use them in a diffuser or you can simply add four or five drops of the oil to a pot of boiled water. Cover your head with a towel while carefully leaning over the liquid and breathing in the steam.

Another option is to place a drop or two of the oils on a warm damp washcloth and then place the washcloth on your chest or your forehead to help relieve pain and congestion. Or add five to eight drops of oil to the water as you run your bath for a soothing, relaxing effect.

Essential oils are not a substitute for other proven methods for fighting colds such as getting enough fluids, getting enough rest or seeing your doctor if your symptoms worsen. However, if you are looking for natural ways to boost your body’s defenses during cold and flu season, it is well worth your time to investigate the impact essential oils can have on your health.

Try these natural flu remedies to speed the recovery and decrease symptoms associated with the flu.
Foods that can help

Light, easy to digest foods – Include soups with bone broth, cooked vegetables or herbal teas to help with digestion. Don’t force yourself to eat.
Water – Adequate hydration is the key to flushing out the virus from your system. Try to drink at least 8 ounces every 2 hours.
Hot water with lemon, honey, and cinnamon – The honey and cinnamon cure prevent mucus buildup and keeps you hydrated.
Ginger – Make a ginger tea and add raw honey.
Garlic and onions – Both of these vegetable help boost immune function.

Sugar – Decreases white blood cells that help fight off infection. Consuming sugar decreases your immune system by 50%
Fruit juices – Although orange juice contains some vitamin C, it is not as high in vitamin C as whole fruits or vegetables. If you want to drink juice, dilute it.
Conventional Dairy – Pasteurized milk and other processed dairy products are mucus producing.
Caffeine – Depletes the body of electrolytes, so it should be avoided.
Processed foods – Contain GMO’s, are nutrient deficient and can prolong flu symptoms.

A Simple Healthy Detox
Essential Oils that Address Inflammation and Detoxification
Turmeric and Black Pepper mix these together for better bio-availability. What a power house.

Bergamot: contains cleansing and astringent substances and regulates craving and uplifts spirits.
Lemongrass: is essential for drainage within the body.

Frankincense:  is a powerhouse against inflammation especially the digestive system.

  helps the body to throw off toxic wastes, improves elimination and supports liver function.

What can happen with this Detox
  • Weight loss due to water and waste detox/flush
  • Sugar cravings reduced significantly
  • Clarity of thought
  • Increased energy - Yes Please!
  • Reduced inflammation in the joints

Season Allergies
the Advent of Fall

Many people find the cooler days of autumn to be a welcome relief from summer’s heat. But for those who suffer from season allergies – particularly allergies to ragweed – the advent of fall can mean simply exchanging one type of misery for another.

It is estimated that between 40 and 60 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies and nearly 75 percent of those people have allergic reactions to ragweed. Other pollens that are more rampant during the fall include curly dock, sagebush, pigweed and sheep sorrel.

An entire industry revolves around providing relief for sufferers of seasonal allergies. Take a walk through any drugstore this time of year and you’re bound to find large displays of antihistamines and decongestants. And while these medications can relieve symptoms, not everyone wants to reach for a pill. Besides that, some people have problems with side-effects of these drugs, such as drowsiness, dry eyes and mouth, insomnia and abdominal distress.

The good news is that there are natural remedies for fall allergies:
Essential Oils For Allergy Relief

Whether you diffuse them into your room or soak with them in a nice hot bath, there are also plenty of essential oils which may prove beneficial in combating the nasty effects of fall allergies.

Peppermint and eucalyptus oils, for example, both have anti-inflammatory properties which can help to unclog stuffy noses. It is no wonder that eucalyptus oil is one of the active ingredients in Vick’s vapor rub.

Lemon oil is another useful essential oil for those who suffer from hay fever. This oil has been shown to support lymphatic symptom drainage, and when diffused into the air can kill allergy-aggravating bacteria.

Lavender oil has both antihistamine and anti-inflammatory properties, and is effective in treating headaches and congestion as well as in helping both the mind and body to relax.

For those with seasonal allergies, the arrival of this time of year can be dreadful. Fortunately, nature has provided a wide selection of remedies. Find the one that is right for you.

Neti pot

Some people cringe at the thought of pouring warmish salt water in one nostril and letting it drain out the other – and granted, it does take some practice of holding your head at just the right angle so that the water doesn’t go down your throat. But Neti Pots have been around for thousands of years, and the science behind them is sound.

When you use a neti pot, you are gently flushing allergens out of your nasal passages so that your body’s natural defenses are able to work more effectively. (It’s like cleaning a filter.)


Quercetin is a plant compound that can help relieve seasonal allergy symptoms by stabilizing mast cells and inhibiting the release of histamine. This bioflavonoid can be found in a number of foods such as onions, tomatoes, apples, citrus fruits and parsley. However, to effectively be used as a treatment for allergies, it usually must be taken in the form of a supplement.

A word of caution: You should consult your doctor before taking quercetin. Also, people with liver disease should avoid this supplement.

Stinging nettle

Stinging nettle can be taken by allergy sufferers either in a tea or in an herbal supplement. It contains antihistamine and anti-inflammatory compounds. In some studies of stinging nettle and its ability to relieve allergy symptoms, as many as 57 percent of the participants found the plant to be as effective as over-the-counter allergy remedies.

It has been suggested that stinging nettle works best when patients begin taking it before hay fever season begins. If you decide to forage for and harvest your own stinging nettle, be sure to wear gloves to protect your skin from coming into contact with the herb’s stinging hairs.


Butterbur is another herb that rivals over-the-counter drugs for effectively treating seasonal allergies. A study published in 2002 in the British Journal of Medicinefound that butterbur was just as effective at relieving symptoms as was cetirizine, which is the active ingredient in Zyrtec.Butterbur has the added advantage of not causing drowsiness – a side-effect that some patients experience when using Zyrtec.

Desserts made with Essential Oils

Mint Chocolate Chip Smoothie

It's the "Skinny" version of mint chocolate chip Ice Cream
1 cup Almond Milk
1 drop Peppermint essential oil
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
stevia to taste
Handful of mixed greens, kale, or spinach
2 tablespoons cocoa nibs
1 tablespoon cocoa powder
2 frozen bananas
1 tablespoon chia seeds

  • Add ingredients to blender and blend until smooth.

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     my graine essental oil by garden
                            essence oils"My Graine" Essential Oil Blend

This blend contains oils that help relieve migraines and stress headaches. Also helps with nausea and depression.

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                                      garden essence oilsNite Cap 
Essential Oil Blend

Relieves night time restlessness

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                                  garden essence oilsLemongrass Essential Oil

Uplifts and refreshes, great at dispelling anger and frustration. Used to detox lymph and cellulite.

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                                      essence oilsThyme Essential Oil

This essential oil has been used effectively as a bactericide, antiseptic, antimicrobial, astringent, antispasmodic, antitoxic, diuretic, antifungal, insecticide, tonic, and as an immune stimulant. Thyme oil can assist with nervous complaints, respiratory problems, poor circulation and problems of the digestive system.

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  peppermint essential oil by
                                  garden essence oilsPeppermint Essential Oil 

Used for: acne, dermatitis, ringworm, scabbies, toothache, detox, constricts capillaries, relieves itching(pruritis, eczema, urticaria), softens and degreases skin, removes blackheads, cools skin, retains moisture in skin, activates lymph flow and drainage, headache, mental exhaustion, nervous stress, instills inspiration and insight. Said to bring dreams of prophecy and develop emotional tolerance.

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Contains: Grapefruit, Peppermint, and Geranium
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