1. valor on soles of the feet.
2. harmony on energy chakras.
3. forgiveness around navel.
4. release over liver.
5. present time on wrists + behind ears.
6. inner child under nose.
7. valor on soles of feet again.
this protocol is an extremely powerful tool. who else loves the feelings kit?
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Hosted a super fun @theoilyhome waffle brunch today.
we stuffed our faces, sipped coffee + made oil rollers that smell like heaven while supporting all the feels/hormones.
there’s nothing i geek out on more than how powerful these plant juices are. // #theoilyhome #plantjuice
8 drops joy⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
10 drops valor⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
10 drops vetiver⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
10 stress away⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
top with carrier oil⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
always my go-to every single day and what i've been sending to some sweet people as gifts who aren't using oils because it's a winner - every time!!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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My momma tool box. i’m not a hippie mom far from it. i’m your typical stay-at-home mom who survives on coffee (and ningxia), loves a good stroll through target, gets excited when the christmas decor is out at costco in september, and can binge watch a good show after the kids go to bed.
when i started my oily journey over 4 years ago (i’ve been with young living one year) i was looking for more natural and safe alternatives for my family.
i started using essential oils because i wanted my babies to have a healthy home. i wish to educate my children and have them understand the consequences of toxic products in everyday environments. don’t get me wrong i still have dye free children’s tylenol in my home for those really bad days (which are now very seldom) but we always reach for our oils first. using essential oils is about prevention and staying above the wellness line. use them daily and intentionally and you will see results. less sick days and more happy days.
my goal is to help others just like me. my hope is to educate you and walk right alongside you to a happier and healthier home. many of you have already embarked on this journey with us and i couldn’t be more grateful. put those fears aside, friends. you have absolutely nothing to lose but all to gain. don’t be like me and wish you had gotten started sooner.
Whipped up another batch of laundry soap this morning using thieves laundry soap as the base with water, baking soda, and castile soap and some extra lemon essential oil. super simple which is my jam 🙌 if you are switching your home to natural this is one of the first things i recommend because conventional laundry detergents are loaded with questionable ingredients that are harmful to human health as well as the environment. one of the top offending ingredients in laundry detergents is “fragrance”. as i’ve talked about before, synthetic scents have been shown to be extremelyyy toxic. they may leave your clothes smelling fresh, but these fake fragrances can also leave you with some major as well as common health problems (like chronic headaches). a report by the national academy of sciences revealed that 95 percent of the chemicals used in synthetic fragrances are derived from petroleum (crude oil). these chemicals include things like carcinogenic benzene derivatives, aldehydes, toluene, and a bunch of other toxic chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects, allergic reactions, and central nervous system disorders. another ingredient commonly found in conventional laundry soaps is bleach. like i talked about last week, bleach may be excellent at getting whites their whitest, but it has also been shown to irritate the eyes, skin and lungs. in fact, a study published in occupational & environmental medicine suggests that even just “passive exposure” to bleach in the home is associated with a greater chance of respiratory illness and other infections in children. other problematic ingredients include chemical surfactants, stabilizers and brighteners such as 1,4-dioxane. the international agency for research on cancer (iarc) has determined that 1,4-dioxane is carcinogenic to humans. there are just so many ingredients in commercial laundry soaps that are seriously concerning bc not only do these chemicals remain in your clothes after a wash cycle, but they p*******e your skin, especially when your clothes become damp or wet or when you sweat. not worth it...