Essential Oils for Everyday

By now, most people have heard of essential oils and some of their benefits. Probably the most commonly-known is Lavender, famous for its calming and relaxing properties. Did you know that it also has healing properties? A drop on a burn helps soothe and heal. A friend mixes it with fractionated coconut oil (carrier oil) to heal a rash that her daughter gets on her face.

I carry several oils that are common, and some that are not so common, that I use to mix blends for people. This works out great for them because they don’t have to invest in 6 or 7 different oils just to get one bottle of the blend they want. Since I purchase my oils from an wholesale distributor who sells 100% pure, ISO Certified, therapeutic grade essential oils (and have a very low overhead), I can pass my savings on to my customers.

Recently added to my inventory:

Thieves – A blend of Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Cinnamon, Clove and Lemon used to ward of colds and flu. It has antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties. It can be diffused in a room or mixed with a carrier oil and applied to the chest area.

Relaxation – Contains Lavender, Marjoram, Patchouli, Mandarin, Geranium and Chamomile. Some of the best for promoting a peaceful, relaxed state. Try it after a particularly trying day at work.

Energy – Contains: Peppermint, Rosemary, Lemon, and Eucalyptus. This blend is a great little pick-me-up when inhaled. Several clients use a few drops on a tissue to inhale when they’re feeling the need for a little more energy while doing their workouts.

I have many other oils and blends as well for all kinds of uses (and I even have Lavender!). Call today and say you read my blog and I’ll give you an additional 20% off any oil.

My web page: www.MoonTideMassage.com


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