February often tends to be that month where everyone is feeling a bit winter stir crazy and longing for spring ... help beat the blues with some awesome savings on doTERRA Essential oils!
These are two AWESOME additions to your essential collection!
essential oil is derived from the star-shaped flowers of the tropical
Ylang Ylang tree and is used extensively in making perfumes and in
aromatherapy. In aromatherapy, Ylang Ylang is used to promote a sense of
According to Dr. Axe the benefits of Ylang Ylang could include the following:
Benefits of Ylang Ylang Oil
Ylang ylang is
considered an effective antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic and
sedative. It has a positive effect on immune health, blood flow and
emotions, making it a natural remedy for the endocrine, cardiovascular,
reproductive and digestive systems. In foods and beverages, ylang ylang
oil is used as a flavoring and preservative. In product manufacturing,
it’s used as a fragrance for cosmetics, household cleansers, hair
products and soaps.
Ylang ylang essential oil benefits include helping to:
- Increase blood flow
- Relieve inflammation
- Fight parasites
- Regulate heartbeat
- Lift someone’s mood
- Promote healthy intestinal function
a naturally rich, floral scent that’s considered “romantic” and
uplifting, many people like to diffuse ylang ylang in their bedrooms or
add some to household cleaning products. The scent also has the ability
to positively impact emotions and can help create a calming, relaxing
atmosphere in your home. It especially can be useful for soothing you
through a rough day when you add ylang ylang oil to your bath, lotion or
other beauty care products.
doTERRA® offers the following product guide and usage tips as well
Tree essential oil has over 92 different compounds and limitless
Tea Tree is best known for its cleansing properties. It
can be used to cleanse the skin and nails to promote a clear complexion.
Dr Axe has the following to share about the Melaleuca benefits which I found very helpful!
Tea Tree Oil Benefits
While records show that tea tree
has been used for thousands of years by some indigenous people,
thankfully today science is finally catching up and describing why tea
tree oil is so effective. To date, over 327 scientific studies refer to tea tree oil’s antimicrobial prowess alone.
Some of the many traditional uses for tea tree include healing:
this list doesn’t even include the many household uses of tea tree oil
that can replace store-bought products in your cabinets:
- Bacterial infections
- Cold sores
- Congestion and respiratory tract infections
- Fungal infections (especially Candida, jock itch, athlete’s foot and toenail fungus)
- Halitosis (bad breath)
- Head lice
- Dry cuticles
- Itchy insect bites, sores and sunburns
- Boils from staph infections
- Anti-microbial laundry freshener
- Insect repellent
- Natural deodorant
- Acne face wash
- Removes foot order
- Removes mold
- Household cleaner
In many cases, doctors of functional medicine will prescribe essential oils like tea tree oil and oregano oil
in replacement of conventional medications because they’re just as
effective and without the adverse side effects. An article published in
the Journal of Phytomedicine evaluated the relationship between
various essential oils and found that none (including tea tree) caused
adverse reactions when taken with several different antibiotics. In
fact, they discovered that some essential oils even had a positive
synergistic effect, meaning they could help prevent antibiotic
resistance from developing!
doTERRA® offers the following product guide with tips for use of Melaleuca!
Because these are both must havings in my regime I will have an order going in later today - if you want to get FREE
shipping by piggy backing on my order and picking it up from me here in
East end London when it arrives send me a message ASAP as I only have 3
spaces left on the cap of the order.
Have an amazing day!
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