Benefits of Essential Oils by Julie Connolly
Do you suffer from constant ear infections or regular colds? Have you ever considered using essential oils?
A few interesting facts about essential oils:
- They come from plants and they are 50-70 times more powerful than herbs.
Diluted, they are 100% safe and natural for babies, children, people on medications, the elderly. Some are also safe to use during pregnancy and on your pets.
- They are often more effective than over-the-counter medication because they can fight bacterial and viral infections.
- They are often cheaper than many prescription or over-the-counter medications.
3 ways to use Essential Oils
This can be done using a diffuser, or simply inhaling from the bottle and it works within seconds.
Inhale Wild Orange essential oil for 30 seconds for a quick uplift.
Or try 2 drops each of lemon and Peppermint in the diffuser to give you quick energy!
Essential oils can be applied right on the skin wherever it’s needed.
For babies or people with sensitivities, simply dilute the oils by adding a drop to another oil (coconut, olive, almond, jojoba, whatever you have on hand), and let them do their magic!
Essential oils can be put directly in the mouth, in a glass of water or in a capsule to be swallowed like a pill.
However, this is unique only to some brands like doTerra due to their purity and testing protocols which make sure their essential oils are safe and free of harmful contaminants.
Feel like you’re coming down with a cold?
Don’t hesitate to use all three applications (topically, aromatically and internally) to fight that bug.
Personally, I love and trust only doTerra oils, because they have given me the power to take care of 80% of my family’s health issues right at home, conveniently and affordably.
Also, I know that with every bottle I use, I am helping to improve the lives of people everywhere. doTerra supports Healing Hands Foundation which is working to empower people and communities worldwide to make a positive change through co-impact sourcing, disaster relief, anti-human trafficking and Days For Girls.