As the fall approaches us the thought of boosting the immune system is a hot topic for many folks. Most of us tend to play super hard in the summer time and slow down in the fall. Our bodies want to do the same. Rest is such a powerful tool for building the Immune system. However, our culture tends to forget that we need to slow down and instead we speed up for the fall with back to school, holidays and sports. Luckily there’s a great source of herbs and essential oils that can also help us to the path of wellness. Stop by our blending bar on Mississippi to create your own blend to start boosting your immune system before cold and flu seasons starts. Great for back to school, head cold and flu or travel.
Creating your own oil blends are super fun and easy! All the Essential Oils in this blend have anti-bacterial, antiviral, antiseptic and disinfectant properties to help to fight off sickness. You could also take this blend and add it to a spray bottle for a cleaning supply or add to your diffuser. For centuries people have used a similar blend called Thieves oil. During the 15th Century the bubonic plague was in full effect, four thieves were robbing dead bodies but not being affected that is where the blend received its proper name “Thieves oil”. For the full story check out http://www.thehippyhomemaker.com/diy-medicine-woman-essential-oil-blend/.
Step 1: Pick up supplies (Make sure to Link all of these products)
- 1 Roll on bottle 5ml
- 5ml of fractioned coconut oil (or oil of choice)
- Clove Bud Essential Oil
- Lemon Essential Oil
- Cinnamon Essential Oil
- Eucalyptus Essential Oil
- Rosemary Essential Oil
- Frankincense Essential Oil
- Lavender Essential Oil
- Cedar Essential Oil
Step 2: Blending
- Add your Fractionated Coconut Oil to your 5ml roll on bottle.
- Add your essential oils to the Oil. I find that it is much similar to take out the dropper on the bottle and grab yourself some glass droppers.
Oils by the drop
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